Cowes Corinthian Yacht Club
The Cowes Corinthian Yacht Club was established in 1952 by the late ‘Tiny’ Mitchell as a club for local yachtsmen. It has evolved largely through the voluntary labours of its members to become a popular venue for both racing and cruising yachtsmen. It is the only club in Cowes that can provide marina berths and shoreside boat storage facilities to its members It has an open, relaxed and very friendly atmosphere.
39 Birmingham Road, Cowes, Isle Of Wight PO31 7BH
+44 (0)1983 296333
Hornet Services Sailing Club
Hornet Services Sailing Club is located in Haslar Creek and is situated adjacent to the Royal Navy Submarine Museum. The marina is a shared facility with the Joint Services Adventurous Sail Training Centre (MOD); Hornet has berthing for up to 220 boats used for personnel serving in the Armed Services and Ex-Serving members of the military. The Club boasts a fully functional marina that includes lift and lay-up as well as a Clubhouse with a fully serviced bar and restaurant. Any enquiries for use of the Clubhouse please contact the Club Secretary.
Haslar Road, Gosport, Hants PO12 2AQ
+44 (0)2392 580403
Marchwood Yacht Club
Situated on the left bank of the River Test, near the military base, MYC is the hidden gem of the Solent with comprehensive facilities entirely operated by volunteers. These include clubhouse, parking, pontoons, moorings, scrub off, and winter layup, with a secure yard. Visitors are welcome. Contact the Secretary for deatails.
Marchwood Yacht Club, Southampton, Hampshire SO40 4AD
+44 (0)2380 666141
Phoenix Yacht CLub Ltd
We are a friendly sailing club based in Gosport at Haslar marina. We are a self-managed membership club, and we are open to new members at present. We own two beautiful boats, one RelaX an X-40, light and a fast mover. Quartette is a Westerly Oceanquest 25, very comfortable and easy to handle and learn to sail in. We are a sea school, and registered as an RYA Training Centre, but this is such good value that it is for members only. Each summer we have our sailing holiday on our organised cruise in a lovely sailing destination, possibly France or the Channel Isles (2022) or Southern Ireland or Scotland to come. We take part in several offshore races, either organised by JOG or RORC, and always take part in the fun Round the Island Race. Have a look at our web site to know more https://phoenixyachtclub.co.uk/
+44 (0)2380 760487
Royal Air Force Yacht Club
Welcome to the Royal Air Force Yacht Club, probably the friendliest yacht club on the South Coast! We are a thriving club with a varied membership of around 750 people from all walks of life. We have a wide range of interests from cruising locally to around the world, from racing around the cans to across the Atlantic. Our club provides a superb base for your boating activities with easy access to the River Hamble and the Solent ‘s ports and harbours, as well as to the Channel for anyone wishing to venture further afield. Members enjoy a launch service, dinghy storage, moorings, pontoons, maintenance bays for their boats and a large car park. On land we have an active social life with fully stocked bars, a restaurant and a wide range of events held throughout the year. Interested, why not ask for more details about joining us.
Riverside House, Rope Walk, Hamble, Southampton SO31 4HD
Royal Victoria Yacht Club
RVYC is located at the mouth of Wootton Creek, a picturesque setting with stunning Solent views. We are a friendly and welcoming club, with a busy sailing and racing programme and social events throughout the year. Visitors and rallies are very welcome at RVYC. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of your visit and to book your pontoon space. Our office is not currently staffed on a regular basis at present so email is the preferred method of contact. If you would like to book a rally, please contact the office ahead of your visit and to discuss your catering requirements with the team. We have a Sunday roast carvery each week. Booking is advised. Information for visiting boaters is on the website - https://www.rvyc.org.uk/page/visiting-us Our bar and galley are open each weekend and during the week. Please check with the website for opening times.
91 Fishbourne Lane, Fishbourne, Ryde, Isle of Wight PO33 4EU
+44 (0)1983 882325
The Royal Southampton Yacht Club
The origins of the Royal Southampton Yacht Club go back to the West Quay Amateur Regatta Club in 1858, and which was renamed the Southampton Amateur Regatta Club in 1862. Frequent races were held in the waters opposite the old West Quay, before the extensive development of the Southampton waterfront. In 1868 a group of Members split from this club to form a new Southampton Regatta Club, and in 1875 the Club voted to change its name to the Southampton Yacht Club, and was awarded the right to use the Town Arms of Southampton. These form the centrepiece of the Clubs ‘belted Crest’, the belt and buckle being a heraldic device denoting membership of a group, as in a Scottish clan badge. Two years later in 1877 permission was granted by Royal and Admiralty Warrant for the new club to style itself the Royal Southampton Yacht Club. As a Royal club RSYC Members have the privilege of wearing a defaced blue ensign, bearing a crown in the centre of the Union flag. Additionally, the Club Crest is surmounted by a crown, indicating its royal status. Earl Mountbatten of Burma was Admiral of the club from 1965 until his tragic death in 1979. RSYC is currently privileged to have as its Admiral, HRH Prince Michael of Kent.
Royal Southampton Yacht Club , Floating Bridge Road, Southampton SO14 3FL
+44 (0) 2380 223 352