Welcome to The Royal Welsh Yacht Club
Set within the medieval walled town of Caernarfon, Porth yr Aur is the oldest yacht club premises in the world. Its unique position offers breath-taking views over the Menai Strait and the old town. Its association with the sea and sailing and the culture and heritage that have developed in their wake are as alive and relevant today as they ever were.
Over the centuries numerous events have shaped the colourful tapestry of its history from an early Welsh rebellion to the splendour and pageantry of the Victorian Regattas and the present-day renovation of the site and building.
From the onset its founders and members have contributed to its success and have achieved great personal seafaring accomplishments of which we are justifiably proud.
Today the Royal Welsh Yacht Club is a vibrant establishment with a varied programme of sailing and rowing events and social gatherings. Why not join us to sample the welcome, and learn more about the fascinating history of this most magical of places and the people that have graced it with their presence.
TBC - Rhwyfo i'r Gazelle / Row to Gazelle
Saturday 24th - Six Nations Rugby. 14:15 Ireland v Wales, 16:45 Scotland v England
Friday 1st - Quiz hosted by Adam Marchant
Saturday 2nd - St David's Day Dinner - 18:30 for 19:00
Saturday 9th - Six Nations Rugby. Italy v Scotland 14.15, England v Ireland 16.45
Friday 15th - Quiz
Saturday 16th - Six Nations Rugby. Wales v Italy 14.15, Ireland v Scotland 16.45, France v England 20.00
Friday 22nd - 24th Manouche (Jazz Fest!)
Friday 29th Quiz - (Good Friday)
Saturday 30th - Royal Yachting Association Cymru Wales (RYACW) AGM
Webcams - click here
The below map shows members’ vessels equipped with AIS transceivers within the terrestrial stations’ range. Click on dots representing vessels for more information on the vessel’s last course, speed etc. If you wish to become a part of the RWYC fleet, please contact us for more details.