The yacht club David Geffen founded in the mid-19th century in his family home in New York City has a reputation as a haven for the ultra wealthy.
And it’s now a big part of the life of wealthy Americans who frequent it in order to escape the spotlight.
Here’s a look at the top yacht clubs in the country.
The best yacht clubs The Washington Times named The New York Yacht Club No. 2, founded in 1904, the year the club was founded, the No. 1 yacht club by a woman.
The Times noted that it had “a reputation as the premier yacht club for the wealthy and well-connected.”
(Its website says it “exists to promote and celebrate yacht-ownership as a unique and valuable pursuit.”)
The New Orleans Yacht & Water Club, established in 1904 and located in the French Quarter, is the No., 1 club by women.
The New Jersey Yacht- &) Club, also known as the New Jersey Club, was founded in 1924 and is located in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The club’s website says its purpose is to “help promote and promote the yacht-boat hobby and to assist in the purchase of the yacht, as well as to foster the interests of yacht- owners.”
The club was created to encourage and foster the interest of yacht owners.
The San Francisco Yacht, a club that opened in 1892 and is still open, is located at 526 Washington Street, a building on Pier 92 in San Francisco.
It has a membership that can include people who are retired, business people and those with significant investment portfolios, the club’s Facebook page says.
(There are no women at this club.)
The San Diego Yacht and Water Club has a strong reputation for attracting wealthy people to the club.
In 2010, it opened a new club on the city’s waterfront called the California Yacht club, and its Facebook page includes photos of its members and photos of memberships, including memberships for the club that have a $1,000 minimum.
(Memberships are $500.)
The club says its membership consists of people who have “significant investment portfolios” and that it “represents the entire spectrum of yacht and water-related activities.”
The San Antonio YachtClub, a small yacht club based in San Antonio, Texas, has an active membership base that has grown from two members to four members since it opened in 2012.
The website lists its purpose as “to promote and support the yacht club.”
The New England Yacht Association, founded 1855 in the Boston area, has a club on Long Island, N.Y., which is also in the United States.
The association’s website, which is not registered, lists its “primary purpose as promoting and promoting the enjoyment of yachting, including yacht racing.”
The website also says that it has an “open membership policy that permits people to attend and participate in the club for any reason they choose.”
(Members can attend for a fee.)
The American Yacht Museum is based in Philadelphia and is “open to the public and provides a wealth of information and information resources for the boating community.”
Its website says that its purpose “is to enhance the appreciation of and interest in the sport of yacht racing and to provide the public with information and educational resources to facilitate yacht ownership.”
The Washington-based yacht club of the same name is located on the Potomac River, in Virginia.
Its Facebook page describes the club as “a welcoming, family-friendly, fun-filled space for people of all ages.”
The Facebook page also lists its mission as “advocating the pursuit of the ultimate goal of owning a yacht.
The American yacht club is a part of an overall goal of enhancing the enjoyment and enjoyment of yacht ownership and promoting this enjoyment throughout the nation.”