DMYC 22nd Annual Marine Swap Meet
(*OUTDOORS ONLY & MASKS REQUIRED!)
Saturday May 22, 2021
7:00 am – 1:00 pm **New Vendor Price: $20.00 per stall ~ Pay ‘DAY OF’ at Gate – Cash or
Check made out to: “DMYC First Mates”
Buy / Sell / Swap / Visit
Marine equipment, Accessories, Electronics,
Boats, Kayaks, Tools, Trailers, Dinghies, Books etc.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
SPACES AVAILABLE – RESERVE NOW!
(See email address below)
Outdoor Stalls: 10’ X 20’
Must Bring Your Own: chairs, table(s) and/or tent (if needed due to rain)
*can use your vehicle to sell out of but vehicle must fit in your 10’ X 20’ space along
with your sale items*
Vendor Set-Up: “Day of” Swap Meet – gates open at 5:00am. If over an hour late, your
space will be forfeited to the next available person.
Serving Limited Food: Coffee, Sprite, Coke, Diet Coke, Bottled Water,
Grab & Go Cinnamon Rolls & Breakfast Burritos. No condiments.
Des Moines Yacht Club – 22737 Marine View Drive S,Des Moines 98198
Take I-5 Exit 149B/ Toward Des Moines
*Note: Entrance is off 227th between Bank of America & Condominiums
We are next door to Anthony’s in Des Moines Marina – paid parking in the marina is
available. Do not park in the restaurant parking lot.
All questions, email Joy or Todd at: email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org or text (253) 709-3598 please leave message.
On the first Saturday of December, the Des Moines Yacht Club has traditionally hosted a Lighted Boat Parade. This year, Three Tree Point Yacht Club, Poverty Bay Power Squadron/America’s Boating Club, and Marina Tenants joined boats from DMYC.
Turnout this year was outstanding, with 21 boats participating. In the lead position was a spectacularly decorated “Viajera,” captained by Vice Commodore Denny Ertler. The parade started at the Marina Pier and proceeded north to Three Tree Point, then south past the Marina and on to Redondo.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions this year, the Waterland Blog shared a Facebook Live video feed of boats leaving the Marina. This allowed people to watch the lighted boats from the safety of their homes. In addition, Destination Des Moines and its partners promoted the parade in their “Lighting Up the Waves” poster, distributed via social media.
The Lighted Boat Parade continues to be a great holiday activity for DMYC and the City of Des Moines.
Click on the title for a short video collage of photos from the parade.