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Mae M.

“ We held our wedding ceremony and reception at the Seattle Yacht Club and we couldn't be more happy with our decision to have our special day there. ” in 2 reviews

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“ The room was pleasant--a view down the lawn and part of their moorage. ” in 2 reviews

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1807 E Hamlin St

Seattle, WA 98112

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Seattle Yacht Club is home to more than 2,500 members. The Club hosts a world-class junior sailing program, which has given a start to numerous Olympians and generations of Northwest sailors. Opening Day, the Club's annual spring celebration, is the region's premier on-the-water party. Seattle Yacht Club maintains reciprocity with more than 400 other boating groups around the world and enjoys membership in the Pacific International Yachting Association and the International Powerboat Association. SYC is recognized among the leading yacht clubs of the world, and members can take pride in both its prestige and its vibrant community. …

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Eric was welcoming and he provided some of the best service I have ever had. They genuinely care for every aspect of the guest.

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M parents and my brother and his boyfriend are members here. Seemed nice enough. Many offerings. Beautiful location. Well-kept grounds. Many boats to choose from. Fresh catch seafood. Available fkr Private Parties. My dad continues to rave about theor roast beef sandwich!

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What a great place! Nice people! Good food! Wonderful ambience! Outside dining for summertime fun! The staff know your name and are very attentive

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I signed up for 'session 3' sailing lessons several months in advance and paid the full price up front. I ended up having a work conflict that I can't get out of so I called and spoke with Christina Travis (sailing program manager) on 05/23 asking if I could possibly be put in another class (session 3 is Aug 7-17th) and she said 'there are over 25 people on the waitlist. We just added session 3 this year because the waitlists are so long'. So imagine my surprise when she said there is a $100 cancellation fee. I am cancelling almost 3 months in advance, and they have plenty of people to fill my spot. Not a great business model. I would definitely understand if I left them hanging with short notice then I wouldn't argue on the cancellation fee. She was extremely rude and said she needed to hold people accountable. I would not recommend this business for sailing lessons. There are other options. .

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SYC members only and their guests. We ate early dinner on Saturday. The drinks were great! The ahi is delicious. The burger came out as requested with lettuce wrapped instead of bun. Thank you SYC for being so accommodating and on point with hour service! Shout out to pops for taking us to the club!

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I came in today with a few friends and boy can I say do NOT order the nachos. I was hoping for something great by the water but right when it came I could tell I would NOT, enjoy this meal. The nacho chips itself were stale, the cheese was just in the top layer leaving the bottom completely empty. The chicken was extremely dry and bland and most nachos are with shredded chicken not chopped. The sour cream tastes sour and expired and the "salsa" was mostly chopped onions. The guacamole was so chunky. The waiters were pretty nice but overall do NOT get the nachos I could barely take a few bites.

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SYC is a club for boat lovers but also has an amazing formal restaurant, spacious casual restaurant with patio dining during summer and great views of the marina in Portage Bay. For boat owners, there are "out stations" throughout Puget Sound and reciprocal relationships with clubs across the world. The members and staff are very friendly.

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They have really up'd their game! We went here for dinner the other day (our good friends are members) and it was obvious immediately that they had a new chef! For starters they included amuse-bousche which was smoked salmon on diced cucumbers with a hint of seasoning. It was delicious. When the entres came out the plating was impressive. I got the braised short rib. It was not served on the bone (which I loved)! It was extremely flavorful and melted in my mouth. All in all the Yacht Club really stepped up their game and I'm pleasantly surprised!

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NOTE: THIS REVIEW IS SPECIFICALLY FOR SYC's FORMAL DINING ROOM, THE 'WARD ROOM'. SYC's Ward Room: The best restaurant in Seattle that you can't go to (unless you're [a] a member, [b] a guest of [a], [c] a visiting member of a reciprocal club, or [d] a visiting yachtsperson during Opening Day week. There are many reasons one can cite why SYC is simply 'TBGDYCITWWW'. You can list the outstations, the programs, the staff, and the facilities, but without a doubt one of our best-kept secrets is our fine dining facility, the Ward Room. There have been some great changes you may not be aware of if you haven't been there recently, and if you haven't you really owe it to yourself to come in and see what's happening; you will really be surprised and delighted! For one thing, the Ward Room's executive chef, Chef Breanna Beike (better known as Chef Bre), is a real talent! She is a highly imaginative young chef , much in the style of local greats Tom Douglas and Ethan Stowell. Under her direction, the Ward Room kitchen serves a full menu of Northwest Contemporary classics, featuring superb meats and seafood dishes. Chef Bre is making a name for herself on the Seattle culinary scene; she was a featured guest chef at Fare Start in 2014, showcasing her work alongside other hot talents like Joule's Rachel Yang, and Zoi Antonitsas of Westward! But where she really shines is the nights she puts on special events like her 'Bistro' nights, and the Wednesday Prix Fixe dinners! Bistro nights feature special menus with international flavor. Her French bistro night included such delights as classic steak frites, and the recent Italian bistro night showcased dishes like an incredible beef carpaccio, and homemade gnocchi topped with clams, mussels, and lobster, served in a sweet corn and saffron broth! The Prix Fixe dinners on Wednesday evening are a 'don't miss' event in the Ward Room! These are meals where the chef shares with diners a culinary tour of dishes designed to complement one another, telling a 'story in food' about chefs and their style. Chef Bre really cuts loose with a fantastic three-course meal where she puts together a different and unique menu each week of dishes designed to showcase her talents. At $31, this is an incredible value, as you would pay easily twice that a comparable hot local restaurants like The Walrus and the Carpenter or Sitka & Spruce. On these nights you can play sommeleir and bring your own wine - no corkage fee! How great a deal is this? Of course, the Ward Room also features an amazing collection of wines from around the world to satisfy any taste and budget, and the staff is well trained to help you make perfect choice! But the Ward Room is not just about a brilliant kitchen; the front of the house is just as delightful! Ward Room Manager Joseph Huber hails from Austria, and he and his team of top-notch servers bring a European touch to the Ward Room that is always elegant, but never stuffy! Unlike many local restaurants where the dining room is so loud you have to converse in what my mom called 'battlefield tones', the Ward Room is a serene, relaxing space; just perfect for unwinding after a long day, entertaining family or business colleagues, or enjoying a perfect romantic dinner with that special someone! Not that hungry? The Ward Room is still the place for you! Featuring superb soups and salads (it's one of the last places in Seattle where you can have a Caesar Salad prepared tableside!), The Ward Room is also a great place for a lighter bite as well (Top Tip: try the French onion soup; it's a SYC speciality!) Finally, contrary to what you might think, the Ward Room's dress code isn't tough. Jackets and ties are nice, but definitely not required. Fashion denim is OK too; just no ratty jeans or t-shirts, please! So if you haven't been to the Ward Room lately you owe it to yourself to see what all the excitement is about, and enjoy cutting-edge cuisine at prices that will surprise you! Make a reservation today and you'll be glad you did!

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I attended a catered get-together event in June. The buffet of heavy appetizers was quite good! Varied and all delicious. They kept items replenished. The woman at the cash bar could use brushing up on her customer service. She was short with her responses and never smiled. The room was pleasant--a view down the lawn and part of their moorage. The building and decor feel dated--think the Caddyshack Country Club left unchanged since the early 1980s--but it's a historical building so I understand the desire to try to keep things traditional. It just could use some freshening up--carpets look tatty and women's bathroom is very 1960s feeling in furnishings.

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Restoring the Bones of Seattle Yacht Club’s 100-year Club

John Brenneis

Seattle Yacht Club

September 22, 2023

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When your yacht club’s mainstation building has weathered a century of storms and rain, it might be time to see what lies beneath the outer skin. This is exactly what the Seattle Yacht Club decided it was time to do. Complicating this was the fact that the Old Grand Dame is on the National Historic Register, so it can have no significant exterior changes to the appearance of the building or the footprint. SYC Architect and Club member describes how SYC undertook this project.

As with any wood-framed structure that has withstood the ravages of a century’s worth of wind, rain, sun and occasional neglect, the grand dame of Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood was showing her age. Designed by former Commodore and renowned Seattle architect, John Graham, Sr., and completed in 1920, the Seattle Yacht Club’s clubhouse was placed on the National Register of Historic Places 86 years later.

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Three years ago, Commodore Ted Shultz asked me how much it would cost to “re-side” the building. In my experience, I have learned to never offer an opinion about how much something will cost without serious study, consultation and discussion, so I proposed that all exterior finishes be replaced or restored instead of replacing only the skin of the building. Because these new surfaces would likely not be disturbed for another hundred years, it made sense to go one step deeper now and do a seismic upgrade of the structure beneath.

First, we decided to bring the structure up to current building code standards for an earthquake-resistant design. We then drafted a list of things that we wanted to improve, limiting it to just exterior work so that the interior of the Club remained fully functional and operational during the construction period. A committee representing all constituent interests was then formed to decide how we would accomplish this.

Once we agreed to a defined scope of work, we decided that this should be a winter-time project so as not to disturb the summer’s events, but would have cost implications beecause the work would have to be fully enclosed during periods of inclement weather to keep the building dry. While the building is about 19,000 square feet in floor area, it’s just a big house. So, I contacted a trusted contractor who had extensive experience building large, intricately detailed homes. They looked at the project and developed a detailed cost analysis.

The SYC by-laws require a majority vote of the membership for capital improvements of this magnitude. I developed a detailed narrative and made presentations to the Club while working to gain the approval of the Seattle Landmarks Board because they enforce the development restrictions for any building designated as “Historic.” Once we cleared that hurdle, the project was put to a vote of the membership in June of 2022, and passed by a 9 to 1 margin.

With the funds approved, I set to work preparing the construction drawings, hiring the engineer to perform the seismic retrofit design and writing the project specifications. I also began the arduous process of wresting a building permit from the City of Seattle. This was all done under the auspices of the Club’s House and Building Committees. In addition to the siding, the project also included the removal and replacement of the original ship-lap sheathing; the oldest of the original single-glazed windows, doors, and trim; a deteriorating and non-code conforming deck railing and flat roof; and the refurbishment of the soffit above the porch below. Costs were updated as the scope developed with the design. In July 2023, we executed a contract with Walter F. Toth Construction to begin work on August 1.

Phase I of the work began with the erection of a weatherproof scaffolding on the east side of the building, and demolition of the old siding and sheathing to expose the un-insulated stud cavities. To our great fortune, the framing was found to be rot-free, including the sill plates (the horizontal 2x6s that come into direct contact with the concrete foundation), a true testament to the qualities of older buildings.

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Discover the Best Yacht Clubs in Seattle: A Guide to Top Amenities, Membership, and Social Activities

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Introduction to Yacht Clubs in Seattle

Seattle, also known as the “Emerald City,” is a popular destination for boating enthusiasts. With its stunning waterfront views, diverse boating opportunities, and vibrant boating community, it’s no wonder why Seattle is a popular spot for yacht clubs.

Yacht clubs offer a range of benefits to boaters, including access to exclusive events, networking opportunities, and boating resources and services. Whether you’re a seasoned boater or a novice looking to get started, joining a yacht club in Seattle can enhance your boating experience and provide you with a sense of community.

But with so many yacht clubs in Seattle to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. In this series of blogs, we’ll explore the best yacht clubs in Seattle, the benefits of joining a yacht club, and factors to consider when choosing a club. We’ll also provide a detailed review of the top yacht clubs in Seattle, and a comparison of their features, amenities, and membership fees.

Discover the Best Yacht Clubs in Seattle: A Guide to Top Amenities, Membership, and Social Activities

So whether you’re looking for a yacht club to join, or simply curious about the boating scene in Seattle, this series of blogs will provide you with all the information you need. Let’s dive in!

Benefits of Joining a Yacht Club in Seattle

Joining a yacht club in Seattle comes with a range of benefits for boaters. Let’s take a closer look at some of the advantages of becoming a yacht club member:

Networking opportunities

Yacht clubs provide a platform for boaters to connect and network with other like-minded individuals. Whether you’re looking to socialize, share boating tips, or discuss your latest boating adventures, a yacht club can provide you with a community of fellow boaters.

Access to exclusive events

Yacht clubs often host a range of exclusive events, such as regattas, boat shows, and social gatherings. These events provide a great opportunity to meet other boaters, learn new skills, and enjoy the boating lifestyle.

Boating resources and services

Many yacht clubs offer a range of boating resources and services to their members, such as boat storage, maintenance, and repair. This can save boaters time and money, and ensure that their boats are always in top condition.

Discounts and perks

Yacht club members often enjoy discounts and perks on boating-related products and services, such as boat rentals, fuel, and dockage fees. This can help offset the cost of membership and provide additional value to members.

Overall, joining a yacht club in Seattle can enhance your boating experience, provide you with a sense of community, and offer a range of benefits and services. In the next blog, we’ll explore factors to consider when choosing a yacht club in Seattle.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Yacht Club in Seattle

Choosing the right yacht club in Seattle is an important decision that can have a significant impact on your boating experience. Here are some factors to consider when selecting a yacht club:

Location and accessibility

The location of a yacht club is an important factor to consider, especially if you plan to use your boat frequently. Look for a yacht club that is conveniently located and easily accessible, with ample parking and transportation options.

Membership fees and requirements

Yacht club membership fees can vary significantly, so it’s important to find a club that fits your budget. Additionally, some clubs have specific membership requirements, such as a minimum age, boating experience, or sponsorship from an existing member.

Amenities and facilities

Yacht clubs offer a range of amenities and facilities, such as restaurants, bars, swimming pools, and fitness centers. Consider what amenities are important to you, and look for a club that offers the facilities you need.

Social activities and events

Yacht clubs often host social activities and events, such as parties, dinners, and guest speaker series. Look for a club that offers a range of activities that align with your interests and hobbies.

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Culture and atmosphere

Each yacht club has its own unique culture and atmosphere, so it’s important to find a club that aligns with your values and personality. Consider visiting the club and speaking with members to get a sense of the culture

Review of the Seattle Yacht Club

The Seattle Yacht Club (SYC) is one of the oldest and most prestigious yacht clubs in Seattle, founded in 1892. Located on Portage Bay, SYC offers a range of amenities and services for boaters, including boat storage, maintenance, and repair. Here’s a closer look at what the Seattle Yacht Club has to offer:

The Seattle Yacht Club has two locations, one in Portage Bay and the other on the shores of Lake Union. Both locations offer easy access to popular boating destinations in Seattle, with ample parking and transportation options.

The Seattle Yacht Club has a tiered membership structure, with different levels of membership based on boating experience and age. Membership fees start at $550 per year and increase based on the level of membership. The club also requires sponsorship from existing members for new members to join.

The Seattle Yacht Club offers a range of amenities and facilities, including a restaurant, bar, fitness center, and swimming pool. The club also has a full-service marina, with 180 slips for boats up to 70 feet in length.

The Seattle Yacht Club hosts a range of social activities and events, including regattas, cruises, and guest speaker series. The club also has a youth sailing program, offering sailing lessons and camps for children and teenagers.

The Seattle Yacht Club has a strong sense of community and camaraderie, with a focus on boating and water-related activities. The club also has a rich history and tradition, with a commitment to preserving the maritime heritage of the Pacific Northwest.

Overall, the Seattle Yacht Club is a top choice for boaters in Seattle, with its range of amenities, services, and social activities. However, the club’s membership requirements and fees may not be suitable for everyone. In the next blog, we’ll explore another top yacht club in Seattle.

Review of the Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle (CYC) is another top yacht club in Seattle, with a rich history and a strong commitment to boating and water-related activities. Here’s a closer look at what the Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle has to offer:

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle is located in Shilshole Bay, with easy access to popular boating destinations in Seattle. The club has ample parking and transportation options, including a shuttle service to and from downtown Seattle.

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle has a range of membership options, including full membership, social membership, and junior membership. Membership fees start at $500 per year and increase based on the level of membership. The club does not require sponsorship from existing members.

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle offers a range of amenities and facilities, including a restaurant, bar, fitness center, and swimming pool. The club also has a full-service marina, with 150 slips for boats up to 65 feet in length.

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle hosts a range of social activities and events, including regattas, cruises, and guest speaker series. The club also has a youth sailing program, offering sailing lessons and camps for children and teenagers.

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle has a strong sense of community and camaraderie, with a focus on boating and water-related activities. The club also has a commitment to environmental sustainability, with initiatives to reduce the club’s carbon footprint and promote sustainable boating practices.

Overall, the Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle is a top choice for boaters in Seattle, with its range of amenities, services, and social activities. The club’s flexible membership options and commitment to environmental sustainability make it an attractive choice for boaters who value these qualities.

Discover the Best Yacht Clubs in Seattle: A Guide to Top Amenities, Membership, and Social Activities

In conclusion, Seattle is home to several top-notch yacht clubs, each with its own unique history, culture, and amenities. Whether you’re a seasoned boater or just starting out, there’s a yacht club in Seattle that’s right for you.

The Seattle Yacht Club is one of the oldest and most prestigious yacht clubs in Seattle, with a range of amenities and services for boaters. The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle is another top choice, with flexible membership options and a commitment to environmental sustainability.

When choosing a yacht club in Seattle, it’s important to consider factors such as location, accessibility, membership fees and requirements, amenities and facilities, social activities and events, culture and atmosphere, and overall reputation.

No matter which yacht club you choose, you’ll have access to some of the best boating and water-related activities that Seattle has to offer. So grab your boat, gather some friends and family, and join one of Seattle’s top yacht clubs for an unforgettable boating experience.

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Set Sail for Success: The Top 5 Yacht Clubs in Seattle!

Caroline Jones

Seattle is a city that has always been associated with water and boats. The city is surrounded by water on three sides, providing ample opportunities for boating enthusiasts to explore the Puget Sound and beyond.

As a result, Seattle has some of the best yacht clubs in the Pacific Northwest.

Yacht clubs are private organizations that provide boating enthusiasts with a place to dock their boats, socialize with other boaters, and participate in various water-related activities.

These clubs often offer a range of amenities, including restaurants, bars, swimming pools, and fitness centers.

If you're a boating enthusiast in Seattle, you'll be pleased to know that the city has a wide range of yacht clubs to choose from.

Whether you're an experienced sailor or a novice boater, there's a yacht club in Seattle that's perfect for you.

In this blog post, we'll be exploring some of the best yacht clubs in Seattle. We'll be looking at their amenities, membership requirements, and overall reputation.

Whether you're looking to join a yacht club in Seattle or just want to learn more about the boating community in the city, this blog post has got you covered.

1. Seattle Sailing Club

Seattle Sailing Club

Seattle Sailing Club is a top-notch sailing school and boat rental service. The club boasts an impressive fleet of well-maintained boats and excellent instructors.

The classes are small, ensuring that students get hands-on experience and learn the basics required to crew a small sailboat.

The staff is professional, friendly, and welcoming to newcomers. The overall vibe is casual, making it the best way to get into sailing in the area.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced sailor, Seattle Sailing Club is definitely worth checking out!

2. Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle

Corinthian Yacht Club Of Seattle

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle is a must-visit for sailors on the Sound. With easy access to open water, it's a great location for racing and cruising.

The club also provides support to youth sailing, making it a valuable asset to the community.

Reasonable membership rates, a friendly staff, and fantastic views make it a fun and active place to be.

Whether you're a seasoned sailor or just starting out, the Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle is definitely worth checking out.

3. Queen City Yacht Club

Queen City Yacht Club

Queen City Yacht Club is a 100+ year old boating club that is member-owned and maintained.

This club is perfect for those who love to chat about boats and cruising. The meetings and events are informal and fun, and the members are very friendly.

The sailing school is a great option for those who want to learn more about sailing.

If you're looking for a welcoming and knowledgeable boating community, Queen City Yacht Club is definitely worth checking out.

4. Seattle Yacht Club

Seattle Yacht Club

The Seattle Yacht Club is a private club that offers upscale facilities and dining options for its members. Boaters who enjoy power or sail will find kindred spirits here.

The club's historic building, reminiscent of a F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, is located on Portage Bay. The dining room offers an excellent menu and top-notch service.

The staff is friendly and helpful, and the restrooms are clean. The club is also home to a fantastic summer sailing school.

Although membership is required or sponsorship from a member, the Seattle Yacht Club is worth joining for boating enthusiasts who want to meet like-minded people and enjoy the club's amenities, including out stations across the Puget Sound.

5. Tyee Yacht Club

Tyee Yacht Club

Tyee Yacht Club is a hidden gem on the water, perfect for events like awards dinners.

The staff is friendly and the decor is beautiful.

While parking can be a bit of an issue, the lake views from the deck make up for it.

If you're looking for a quiet spot on Lake Union, Tyee Yacht Club is definitely worth considering.

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LAFC midfielder Timothy Tillman, right, celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal against the Seattle Sounders during the first half of their season opener Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at BMO Stadium. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (1) prepares to kick the ball against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC midfielder Mateusz Bogusz (19) controls the ball against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC forward Denis Bouanga, right, dribbles the ball defended by Seattle Sounders defender Jackson Ragen (25) during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC forward Nathan Ordaz, left, is upended by Seattle Sounders midfielder Obed Vargas, right, during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC midfielder Mateusz Bogusz celebrates after scoring a goal against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC midfielder Mateusz Bogusz (19) kicks the ball for a goal against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Soccer fans raise scarfs in the air prior to the start of an MLS match between the Los Angeles FC and the Seattle Sounders at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Soccer fans raise a tifo during the second half of an MLS match between the Los Angeles FC and the Seattle Sounders at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC head coach Steve Cherundolo takes the field prior to the start of an MLS match between the Los Angeles FC and the Seattle Sounders at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC forward Christian Olivera, front, winds up to kick the ball against the Seattle Sounders during the first half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC midfielder Ryan Hollingshead moves the ball up the field against the Seattle Sounders during the first half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC defender Omar Campos, front, leaps in the air against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC midfielder Mateusz Bogusz (19) leaps in the air against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC midfielder Eduard Atuesta (20) moves the ball defended by Seattle Sounders defender Cody Baker, left, during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC defender Omar Campos, right, chases the ball defended by Seattle Sounders defender Cody Baker (33) during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC forward Denis Bouanga (99) chases the ball defended by Seattle Sounders defender Nathan (4) during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC defender Jesus Murillo (3) attempts to head the ball against the Seattle Sounders during the second half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

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Los Angeles FC goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, center back, makes a save against the Seattle Sounders during the first half of an MLS match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. Los Angeles FC won 2-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr., Contributing Photographer)

LOS ANGELES — Lucky No. 7?

If the start of Los Angeles Football Club’s seventh season in Major League Soccer is any indication, it could be.

Dispatching the Seattle Sounders, 2-1, in a midday match at BMO Stadium, LAFC (1-0-0, 3 points) secured a league record seventh straight MLS regular season opening day victory, adding to the catalog of historic moments against their Western Conference rival.

The first LAFC goal of 2024 went to midfielder Timothy Tillman, who volleyed a lofted cross from new fullback Omar Campos inside the near post just before halftime.

For the 21-year-old Campos, his well-taken assist punctuated a strong debut playing down the left side that Diego Palacios patrolled the past four years.

Most of Campos’ successes occurred in the defensive end where he and his teammates, especially midfielders Eduard Atuesta, who started in his return after two seasons in Brazil, and Ilie Sanchez made plays in and around the LAFC box disrupting several Sounders’ attacks.

LAFC head coach Cherundolo celebrated the continuity the club has displayed in competition through seven seasons, the last three with him at the helm, as he discussed Atuesta’s reintroduction.

The 26-year-old Colombian appeared in LAFC’s initial match in 2018, a win at Seattle. Atuesta’s eye and feel for working into space is something “that I haven’t seen for a very long time,” Cherundolo said.

Ten minutes after the break Poland’s Mateusz Bogusz — starting in the middle of the attack between Denis Bouanga and Cristian Olivera while LAFC continues negotiating with free agent Carlos Vela — showed what he can do with a little room, smashing in the Black & Gold’s second goal at the upper corner of the far post.

Bouanga, last year’s Golden Boot winner, did not score on eight shots, clanging two off the crossbar, but he assisted on Bogusz’s game winner.

The result pushed the Black & Gold’s unbeaten streak against their division rivals to – you guessed it – seven.

In three meetings last year, including an LAFC playoff win in Seattle, Cherundolo’s group took a pair of 1-0 wins and played to a scoreless draw. Overall LAFC is 10-5-4 against the Sounders, and 7-1-1 against them on their own turf, which was a plush green canvas in front of an announced crowd of 22,214 on opening day.

Seattle began the season with several key contributors unavailable. A bad hamstring meant veteran goalkeeper Stefan Frei, who played the most matches in Sounders’ history, was replaced by Andrew Thomas, a three-time All-Pac 12 first-team selection at Stanford who made four saves in his MLS debut.

Despite Friday’s news that 19-year-old center back Lorenzo Dellavale would miss the season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during a closed-door preseason match in early February against Charlotte, LAFC’s depth wasn’t nearly as stretched en route to their record-setting performance.

The Sounders (0-1-0) got back into the game with less than half hour to go following a video review of a tackle in the LAFC box by defender Aaron Long on his U.S. men’s national team compatriot Jordan Morris.

Long chased down a Morris breakaway and clipped the forward in front of LAFC’s new French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

With Professional Soccer Referees Association members locked out to begin the season, replacement official Wesley Costa pointed to the spot.

Seattle’s latest Designated Player signing, Argentine midfielder Pedro de la Vega, sent Lloris the wrong direction, denying him a clean sheet in his debut.

The 2018 World Cup-winning French goalkeeper made his first save for LAFC in the third minute on a hard shot by Morris.

By the match’s conclusion, including six minutes of stoppage time, Lloris finished with seven.

“Today the danger for me was not to try to over play, just stay in your game, do your job, and try to be as efficient as I could,” said the 37-year-old Lloris. “I’m looking forward to get some progression in my game. And our game as a team. Because I think there’s the potential to be much better.”

Playing with the ball at his feet, whether it was building out of the back or driving long balls to attackers, Lloris came across as an upgrade over the other goalkeepers who have worn an LAFC uniform – even if he was displeased with this distribution to players he’s still getting to know following an abbreviated preseason.

Soaking in the atmosphere, Lloris was cheered when he stepped on the field pre-game. Following the final whistle, his family joined him as he walked the perimeter waving to supporters.

“The most important was to get the three points,” Lloris said. “Obviously as you could see during the game we are working on our fitness level. We suffered a bit the last 20 minutes but with the crowd we were able to get the result we wanted.”

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By Marcus Gorman | Published February 22, 2024

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📆 Thursday, March 28th 📍 T-Mobile Park: 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle

It’s only been a scant few months since the  Seattle Mariners  lost out on the playoffs by a single game. (Hope you enjoyed those two extra wild card games, Toronto.) And I’ll be the defensive one and bemoan a very competitive AL West division and also point out that the M’s had a better regular season record (88-74) than the World Series also-rans Arizona Diamondbacks (84-78).

But  whatever . I’m a cautious optimist, so I declare that this is going to be strong year for Seattle, where they can back up their top-five pitching rotation with a lineup that can secure actual runs. Sure, I mourn some off-season trades; goodbye to third baseman Eugenio “Good Vibes Only” Suárez, outfielder Teoscar Hernández, cooler-kicking Jarred Kelenic, and Big Boy DH Mike Ford, among others. But the Mariners core now has some sweet add-ons with  infielder Luis Urías ,  catcher/DH Mitch Garver , and the return of  outfielder Mitch Hanniger . Plus,  outfielder Canaan Smith-Njigba  gets to join his younger brother Jaxon (standout rookie wide receiver for the Seahawks) as one of SoDo’s finest.

Anyway, it’s time to play some  motherflippin’ baseball . Opening day is Thursday, March 28th, with a long weekend series against the  Boston Red Sox . Sox games are always good people-watching fun; last season I witnessed a drunken, unintelligible Boston fan get ejected from the main deck after he attempted one of the worst punches I’ve ever seen, thrown a full five feet away from his target.  Bless  the T-Mo security staff for keeping their cool.

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