Royal Southampton Yacht Club
A warm welcome awaits you at Royal Southampton Yacht Club, the friendliest yacht club on the Solent.
Located on the Beaulieu River in Hampshire in an area of outstanding beauty, the RSYC’s Clubhouse at Gins has easy access to The Solent and boasts a unique riverside clubhouse with outstanding views and excellent facilities.
We are accepting new members and joining couldn’t be simpler!
If you already know some members of the RSYC, they can be named as your proposer and seconder on your application form. Once processed and approved you will become a Full Member straight away.
If you are new to the Club without a proposer or seconder, simply complete the form without this information and you will become a Provisional Member. At the next scheduled House Committee your membership will be put forward for election to Full Membership.
All the latest events both on the water and in the Clubhouse
The RSYC is renowned for its year-round racing in Southampton Water, The Solent and beyond, offering opportunities for both Fully Crewed and Double Handed series. Members also benefit from organised rallies, cruising with friends, free use of dinghies and paddle boards from the Clubhouse, and a free year round water taxi service to and from the walk-ashore pontoon.
Meet. Eat. Drink. Relax.
RSYC, one of the oldest yacht clubs in the UK, and is renowned for its friendly and welcoming ambience. Visiting yachtsmen and motorboating guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of our pontoon or a mooring overlooking areas of wetlands with an abundance of wildlife, and views out to the Solent. If you are lucky you may see the sea eagles, kites or marsh harriers, or our resident seals. We have all the facilities for visitors and a welcoming bar and restaurant area to relax and dine. Our bosun offers an all-year-round water taxi service.
The origins of the Royal Southampton Yacht Club go back to the West Quay Amateur Regatta Club in 1858, and which was renamed the Southampton Amateur Regatta Club in 1862. Frequent races were held in the waters opposite the old West Quay, before the extensive development of the Southampton waterfront.
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