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Devon Yacht Club Traditions

For many events and dinners, guests of members are welcome at the Devon Yacht Club.  Members are responsible for ensuring that their families and guests observe the following traditions:

Flag Ceremony

The daily raising and lowering of the American flag is a time-honored tradition at the Devon Yacht Club and we invite all members and their guests to join us in this ceremony each evening.  At the sound of the bell, please stand. Upon firing of the cannon all non-uniformed citizens should place their right hand over their heart and hold the salute until the flag is unsnapped from the halyard. Please remain at attention until dismissed.


Smoking is not permitted on Club premises.

Cell Phones and Electronic Devices

While on Club grounds, cell phones, iPads, tablets and laptops are required to be on silent or vibrate at ALL times. Telephone conversations or electronic messaging are prohibited on club property other than in the parking areas.


No pets are permitted in or on any Club property.

Dress Code

The Devon Yacht Club dress code is reflective of important traditions of the Club

Except as specifically stated on invitations for special events, the dress code in the Club House/Dining Room/Bar is as follows:

  • On all days until 6:30 PM and on Tuesdays after 6:30 PM informal attire is acceptable. Shoes are required at all times. Blue denim jeans, overly casual attire, swimming or beach attire are not permitted at any time.  
  • After 6:30 PM, on Thursdays, coats and ties are required for men and boys over 5 years of age.  
  • After 6:30 PM, on all other evenings, coats and dress shirts are required for men and boys over 5 years of age. Ties are recommended on these evenings.

Overly revealing swimsuits such as string bikinis are prohibited. Children should wear bathing suits at all times regardless of age. Changing of diapers is not permitted.

Informal dress and bathing suits are acceptable until 6:30 p.m.

Players dress in tennis attire with 80% of their costume white. Gentlemen are required to wear shirts with collars. Players and non-players should dress in good taste.

Map & Directions

The Devon Yacht Club
300 Abrahams Landing Road, P.O. Box 2549
Amagansett, NY 11930-2549
United States

Phone: 631-267-6340
Fax: 631-267-3767
Email: [email protected]

  • Take Long Island Expressway (Rt. 495) East to Exit 70/Manorville, Rt. 111.
  • Follow to the end and proceed East on Rt. 27 toward Montauk.
  • Take the Montauk Highway (Rt. 27) East, traveling through Southampton, Bridgehampton, East Hampton and then entering Amagansett.
  • After the flagpole in town, there is a railroad station behind a tall hedge on the left.
  • Go left on Abrahams Landing Road and continue across the railroad tracks.
  • After passing the tracks, continue straight (not left) and proceed two miles to the end of the road. The Club entrance is on the right.

Ferries require reservations
  • Once in Port Jefferson follow Route 25A out of town to junction Route 112.
  • Take Route 112 South to Long Island Expressway (Route 495) East.
  • See directions From New York City above. 

Ferries require reservations.
  • Once in Orient Point follow Route 25 to Greenport.
  • In Greenport look for signs for Shelter Island Ferry.
  • On Shelter Island follow Route 114 South to the South Ferry to North Haven.
  • Both the North and South Ferries run approximately every 15 minutes and do not require reservations. Once in North Haven follow Route 114 South through North Haven and Sag Harbor to East Hampton. In East Hampton turn left on Route 27 East (Montauk Highway).
  • See direction From New York City above. 


All inquiries concerning membership must be made through a current member of the Club. If you are an avid sailor, please contact our Fleet Captain to learn about opportunities to crew.


Devon welcomes guests accompanied by our members as well as members of reciprocal clubs. For members of reciprocal clubs, please contact our office in advance for reservations and any questions. If you are a member of a yacht club that does not currently have reciprocity, please contract our General Manager for further information.