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2022 - The Centenary Year

Celebrating 100 Years of the Royal Lymington Yacht Club

2022 will be an incredibly special year, the Club will be celebrating 100 years since its foundation in 1922. The Centenary Year will launch in the Evening of the NYE party on December 31st 2021. We are planning a year of celebrations, building on our existing successful annual events on and off the water including a Centenary Regatta Day and Festival, and a Spectacular Centenary Party.  (We hope that our patron, Princess Anne, will be able to visit the Club during 2022).

Key Dates

Centenary Regatta Day

Saturday 18th June 2022

A day for all Members to enjoy being on the water together followed by a festival ashore for all the family in the Clubhouse (all day event).

On the water Regatta
  • Racing for all keelboat, dinghy and junior classes
  • Nautical adventures for all power and paddle craft
Apres-sail Festival

The Clubhouse and surrounding area will be buzzing as sailors return from the water until well into the evening, with: 
  • Family fun - games and entertainment for all ages
  • Street food stalls serving hot food for hungry sailors
  • The Royal Rocks the River - live music tent

Spectacular Summer Party

Saturday 3rd September 2022 

When we 'Party like it's 1922' (evening event). A late night full of fun, cocktails, fine food and dancing.

More special events to be announced soon  - Check here for all the details as our plans come together.

The Club plans to run all traditional annual events as normal throughout the year, their dates will be published closer to the time.

Centenary Logo

The Club's new logo for 2022 is based on the winning logo designed by Club Member Suzanne Judah. It can be viewed here in all its official formats.

All the winning entries to the Centenary logo competiion can be seen here

Club History

Explore the history of the Royal Lymington Yacht Club since its foundation in 1922 at the RLymYC History website here.

The archives of the RLymYC were largely lost in the great flood of 1989 when much of Bath Road and both clubs were inundated. An attempt was made to save them and they languished in a container outside the Club until they were rediscovered. An official Club Archivist was appointed to oversee their preservation.

Your support is help is needed, loan of Historic Club memorabilia, pictures for our exhibition, stories, event support and even sponsorship to help make the events special!