About Mylor Yacht Club
We are now open and are very pleased to see so many members returning to the club and enjoying the both the social interaction and the new catering menu from Mark our club manager. We continue to follow the same guidelines as below until we have confirmation from HMG that we are able to move to the next phase of the roadmap, as a reminder these are:
- Members and members family only .
- Numbers limited to 30 people.
- Only the balcony area is open for seating, to drink or eat.
- A table only service will apply.
- Wherever possible a 2-metre distance should be kept.
- Maximum of 6 people per table.
- Face masks are compulsory within the clubhouse and recommended on the balcony if a 2-metre distance is not manageable.
- The one-way system will remain in operation, entrance via the balcony and exit through the main doors.
- Card payments only accepted.
Given that we are outside only at this time we have re-adjusted the opening hours. We will remain closed on Monday and Tuesday however from Wednesday to Sunday opening hours will be 10.30 – 17.00. During these times as well as our normal drinks offering, we are pleased to confirm that Mark will also be offering a selection of teas and coffees with cakes, biscuits and light refreshments such as bacon rolls or toast and marmalade.
Click here to see the RYA roadmap for a return to boating activity.
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 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 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.
Welcome to Mylor Yacht Club's new website.
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