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Host Your Sailing Event at the RLymYC



Onshore Facilities

  • Rooftop bar, with fantastic views across the Solent to the Island of Wight

  • Restaurant within the Club, which serves lunch and dinner and can accommodate up to 170 people

  • Private rooms upstairs for social functions (catering available)

  • Changing rooms and showers

  • Large rooms next to the Pontoon for race meetings, training and briefings

  • Our Club is open 7 days a week

First-Class Race Management

  • Qualified Race Officers

  • A variety of course types can be set - from conventional beat-run-beat to round-the-cans, using both laid and fixed marks

  • Can sail in West Solent waters or Christchurch Bay

  • National and International Judges for protest hearings

  • Online entry system, with the Club taking payment and administering the race entries

  • Race results posted online

  • Race documentation provided

  • On the water Race Management

  • Committee, Support and Safety boats provided

  • Support from RLymYC Sailing Team and our resident Boatmen

Accommodation For You and Your Boat

  • Convenient berthing next to the Club and the Slipway

  • A large public car park in front of the building

  • A wide range of local accommodation within walking distance from the Club

  • Camping available in the New Forest (and occasionally closer to the Club)


Want to Find Out More?

Contact our Sailing Manager, Vicky, for more information or to book your event.
Email: or call: 01590 672677

Come to the beautiful town of Lymington!

‚ÄčA variety of pubs and restaurants within easy reach
Historical Saltwater swimming baths right next to the Club
A bustling Saturday Market with local produce
Beaches, forests and sea-side walks galore
High Street is a 5 minute walk from the club with all the shops you could need
A variety of family-friendly activities all around the New Forest
Country Clubs and Recreational Centres
Lymington Train Station at the end of the High Street
The Wight Link, the ferry from Lymington to the Isle of Wight