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Mylor Yacht Club - Clubhouse


New Premises 2011:

Clubhouse

Our clubhouse is located at Mylor Yacht Harbour, where Mylor Creek enters Carrick Roads. In the heart of some of the finest sailing waters in the country.

The Yacht Harbour occupies the site of the former Mylor Naval Dockyard - the smallest Royal Navy dockyard in England. Our new, purpose-built clubhouse stands on the waterfront, adjacent to the ancient St Mylor Church.

The clubhouse has a comfortable lounge with a well-stocked bar, a "snug" area with a wood-burning stove, an auditorium and a training/committee room plus a terrace enjoying magnificent views of Carrick Roads and the Roseland peninsula beyond. It is active throughout the year and light lunches are available most Sundays through the winter.

As the clubhouse is within the bounds of the yacht harbour, members benefit from many excellent facilities on the doorstep. However, the Club remains independent and run by an elected Management Committee.


Bar Card Don't forget your MYC Bar Card. It will save you time & money!
This is a top-up system allowing you to load your card with as much credit as you wish and then use it to pay for the drinks you purchase at the bar. The idea is to reduce waiting times at busy periods.
There is an initial fee of 85p to purchase the card but you then get a 5% discount on your drinks.
Note: The bar is now open whenever the club is open!

Moorings:

The Club leases thirty deep-water moorings from the Truro Harbourmaster. They lie just to the north of the Mylor Yacht Harbour Moorings, and are available for members to rent from 1st April to 30th September each year. All of the ground tackle is provided and is professionally maintained. They are great value for money and there is often a waiting list. Please contact moorings@myloryachtclub.org.uk to register your interest.

New clubhouse


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Sailing Directions

Opening Hours


Club bar

NB. Fire regulations limit the number of persons in the Club at any one time to 250. To avoid disappointment, arrive in good time for the popular events.

Local Information

The clubhouse and marina are within easy walking distance (1 miles / 2km) of the village of Mylor Bridge, where there are shops for basic provisions. Alternatively, walk to Flushing (about the same distance but over the hill) and take the ferry to the centre of Falmouth for a wide range of shopping and entertainment facilities - a small supermarket is close to the ferry landing.

Although there are no bus services from Mylor Yacht Harbour, there are regular services to Falmouth, Truro and other locations from Mylor Bridge and Flushing.

Aquacab's Mylor Shuttle service runs an hourly water bus service from May to September between Mylor YH and the Prince of Wales Pier, Falmouth. Aquacab's Fast Water Taxi service will take you anywhere you wish to go in the estuary - so you can still get to the Pandora for a quick pint or two and not worry about who's driving!

For those who enjoy walking, there are some delightful rambles in the vicinity. The Fal Estuary and its surroundings are an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and provide an exceptionally fine area for exploration. There are numerous creeks accessible to dinghies or boats of shallow draft. It is possible to go as far as Truro by water, taking account of the tides.

Recent History:

Our new Clubhouse was opened by HRH The Princess Royal on Monday 18th July 2011.
Click the Photo for more ...Photo: Phil Monckton.

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The site was cleared in September 2010. Click the photo to see the building under construction.