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Royal Lymington Yacht Club

The home of yachting, dinghy sailing and motor boating.

Join Us

New members are always welcome.

Racing

Join our regular keelboat and dinghy racing in a fantastic sailing area.

Motor Boating

Join regular motorboat cruises and meets with our growing power boat section.

Mosimann’s Bar and Restaurant

Exquisite dining with stunning views at our Mosimann’s bar and restaurant.

Cruising

Join our day sails, weekend meets and longer cruises in the Solent and beyond.

Younger Sailors

Our thriving Junior and Youth section inspires a life-long passion for sailing.

Welcome


 
Situated in a stunning riverside location with easy access to the Solent, the historic Royal Lymington Yacht Club is one of the world’s finest yacht clubs; a warm and welcoming home of yachting, dinghy sailing and motor boating. We pride ourselves on our superb clubhouse and facilities, including our popular bar and restaurant managed by the world-renowned Mosimann’s dining club (book a table here).

Established a century ago, our club holds an enviable record of success on the water. We run regular dinghy and keelboat racing throughout the season, as well as cruising days, rallies and meets - for motor boats as well as yachts. A prominent RYA affiliated training centre, we provide regular training courses and host a breadth of racing and sailing regattas, championships and events.

Our thriving Junior and Youth section welcomes sailors to join regular year-round training and inspires a life-long passion for sailing. We have a busy social programme for members of all ages, with clubs, activities and lectures taking place throughout the year. Our rooms are available for private hire for meetings, conferences, celebrations and other events.

We welcome new members including experienced sailors and those new to the water. Explore our website to find out more about what we can do for you and what we have going on this season, or scroll down to find out more about our rich history and excellent facilities...

Upcoming Events


 

September 13, 2021

Vince's Quiz Nights

Quiz brains ready..! You can now book onto the first of Vince's Winter Quizzes held on Thursday 7th October at 18:00!  See how it all works and the menu by clicking the link.

September 13, 2021

Winter Lecture Season Starts Wednesday 6th October

Our Lecture Season is soon to begin on Wednesday 6th October at 18:30.  Our first speaker is Member Peter Bruce on The Solent Hazards.  For all the information on the lectures coming up and how things will run this season, please click the link!


September 13, 2021

Annual Ladies Lunch with Guest Speaker Lionel de Rothschild from Exbury Gardens

The Club is hosting our Annual Ladies Lunch on Wednesday 13th October with Guest Speaker Lionel de Rothschild from Exbury Gardens. We would like to extend the warmest of welcomes to all our members, particularly our newest members who have had little chance over the last year to enjoy  the Club and all it has to offer- afloat and ashore. 
 


Club News


 

September 18, 2021

View Royal Lymington Yacht Club from the air

Take a look at Royal Lymington Yacht Club, Lymington River and Lymington from the air! Many thanks to Matthew Gorvett for sharing this excellent drone footage.

September 18, 2021

The Origins of the Club's Starting Platform

Have you ever crossed the start line at the Platform or just sailed by, leaving or returning to the river, and wondered what and when were its origins?  The Club’s Historian pondered these notions but could find no-one who had any recollection of them, so started some digging of his own.

Read on here to find the full story and the research that went as far as the UK Hydrographic Office, with some definitive evidence of the Platform’s origin.

 


September 18, 2021

A Tale of Two Murals by Club Historian Graham Clarke

It often happens that one sees something everyday and one doesn’t notice it.  That could be said of the two fine panoramas painted and given to the Club by former Members. Read on to find out more about these fascinating pieces of local artwork and the second one, currently not on public view.
 


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