Our Clubhouse

Our new Clubhouse was built for us in 2011

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.

Our Club Manager

The club is open 5 days a week (closed Mondays and Tuesdays) and is run by our full time Club Manager, Mark Briggs. Mark can be found in the club whenever it is open and is always happy to answer any queries about the club, including hirings.

Mark can be contacted by phone on 01326 374391, email to manager@myloryachtclub.org.uk, via the contact form or by dropping in to the club whenever it is open.

Club Facilities


Secure WiFi is available in the Clubhouse. Please see the Steward for access details.

Guide Dogs
Guide dogs are welcome!
Other well-behaved dogs may be brought onto the terrace provided they are kept on a lead.

Disabled access
The Clubhouse is on the first floor.
A lift is available.

Hearing Loop
The Clubhouse is fitted with a hearing loop system.

No smoking!
Smoking is not permitted on the Clubhouse premises!


The Mylor Yacht Club is being discontinued and no further top-ups can be made to cards. Cards will continued to be accepted until all funds on the cards are exhausted.