Dress Code

Shirts and shoes must be worn in the Clubhouse and on the porch. Bathing attire is prohibited in the Clubhouse and on the porch. Gentlemen are requested to remove their hats in the Clubhouse. Members are responsible for informing their guests of the dress code. White jeans are permissible. 

    

Dining Room & East Porch

*Club Casual for Lunch service, with the exception of **sailing tech shirts being permissible before 1900. Jackets & Ties are required for Dinner service on Saturday evenings only. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, ties are not required. Blue jeans or jean shorts are not permitted at any time.


  
Model Room & West Porch

*Club Casual for Lunch and Dinner service, with the exception of **sailing tech shirts being permissible before 1900. Blue jeans or jean shorts are not permitted at any time.
 

  
Living Room & South/Front Porch

*Club Casual for Lunch and Dinner service, with the exception of **sailing tech shirts being permissible before 1900. Blue jeans or jean shorts are not permitted at any time.


  

Main Bar & Taft Room

Blue jeans may be worn before 1900. Jeans must be clean & without holes. After 1900, the dress code in the Bar is *club casual. Please note, blue jeans are not allowed in any other first floor areas of the Clubhouse and Porch, with the exception of entering or exiting the Bar and restroom use.


*Club Casual - Men are required to wear a collared shirt. Slacks and shorts can be worn as long as they are an appropriate length. Jackets and ties are not needed. Blue jeans are not appropriate.

**Sailing Tech Shirts - Athletic shirts made of synthetic material that may or may not have a collar.