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Mylor Yacht Club
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Mylor Yacht Club
Mylor Yacht Club is a relaxed, friendly and active club for people with interests in all aspects of yachting and boating. We are located in one of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall: at the entrance to Mylor Creek, off Carrick Roads.

The Club
The Club was formed in 1963 and now has approximately 800 members. We have a full summer programme of activities including cruising in company, "round the cans" and longer-distance racing, on-the-water powerboat training (the Club is an RYA recognised Training Centre) and both on- and off-the water social activities. During the winter there is a full social programme with talks on boating and other topics, and the famous MYC panto! In addition, mostly during the winter, the Training Centre runs a wide range of shore-based RYA courses. The Club also has its own very active ladies' section, "Ladies who Launch", offering a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities all year round. The Club also has a small number of deep-water moorings available to let to members though there is usually a waiting list.
Although the focus of the Club is more towards sailing than motor boating, we have a number of active motor boat owning members and of course the social and training activities will appeal to all those interested in boating of any kind.
The Club is a Community Amateur Sports Club, committed to providing facilities for, and promoting participation of, the whole community in the sport of yachting and other waterborne activities.

The Clubhouse
Our purpose-built, first-floor-level clubhouse opened in 2011. It has excellent facilities with a bar and terrace both with excellent views, a galley, and full AV conference facilities both for Club events and for hire.

The Location
We're situated on the waterfront at Mylor Yacht Harbour which offers a full range of marina and boatyard facilities.
The Fal Estuary is a magnificent natural harbour creating undoubtedly one of the finest sailing centres in the country. It offers expanses of sheltered and open water, a choice of well-equipped marinas as well as numerous secluded creeks and anchorages, all within an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. It is also an ideal base for more extended cruising.

We offer a warm welcome to new members and to visiting yachtsmen from similar clubs. You don't have to own a boat to join (crewing opportunities are available) and the subscriptions are modest (click on Membership for more details).