Royal Geelong Yacht Club

Royal Geelong Yacht Club

Fostering the Spirit of Sailing Since 1859

ABOUT OUR CLUB

SET ON THE HISTORIC GEELONG WATERFRONT

RGYC is home to Festival of Sails, the largest sailing regatta in the Southern Hemisphere and the biennial Wooden Boat Festival of Geelong.

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MEMBERSHIP

LOOKING FOR A CLUB TO CALL YOURS?

The Royal Geelong Yacht Club has Membership options to suit all ages. Discover the benefits of RGYC Membership today!

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functions

HOST YOUR NEXT FUNCTION WITH US

The Royal Geelong Yacht Club is perfectly located on the Geelong waterfront, with stunning views of the Marina and Corio Bay. Functions at the Royal Geelong Yacht are catered and organised by THE RK GROUP, who have a reputation for excellent service and well developed food.

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LATEST NEWS

FROM THE ROYAL GEELONG YACHT CLUB

Pink Ribbon Tea at 3

In support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s Pink Week – Royal Geelong Yacht Club are hosting a Tea at 3 event to help raise money. Saturday 20th October, 2018 3pm

Season Opening Day 2018/19

Season Opening Day 2018/19 We’re not far away from the official 2018/19 RGYC Season Opening Day.

RGYC Pie Night

With the Leura Park Estate Summer Series fast approaching we want to help you find crew or a boat for the season. Come down to the club and enjoy a pie on us and meet potential crew or skippers. Non Members registering on the night will go in the draw to win a Silver Membership for the 2018/19 season!

October Cruising Dinner

Thursday 4th October, 2018 2 Course meal – $35 Tickets, and can be purchased through Trybooking – https://www.trybooking.com/XHSU

Geelong sets sail for a summer of world sailing in 2020

Geelong will be the epicentre of world sailing when it hosts four Olympic Class World

International Cadet World Championships – Bodstedt, Germany – Coaches Blog #9

Well the worlds is done and dusted. A great regatta! Thank you Germany. Firstly to

International Cadet World Championships – Bodstedt, Germany – Coaches Blog #8

A pretty short blog today. The penultimate days sailing was a bit of a fizzer!

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