53° 17.635’ N Longitude 06° 07.770’ W


53° 17.635’ N Longitude 06° 07.770’ W

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The National yacht club welcomes you

You are very welcome to the website of the National Yacht Club. As you will see from this website the Club is very active in yacht racing at both International and National levels as well as on Dublin Bay and Offshore.


Bridge Notes – National Yacht Club wins the GIN trophy!!

The annual interclub bridge competition between the waterfront yacht club (George, Irish, National - GIN) teams took place on Tuesday 21st March. This year it was the turn of National Yacht Club to host the event and, once again, the NYC team was successful. This was the fourth successive win by the NYC team.

The competition was preceded by dinner and the quality of the meal certainly merited the favourable comments of our visitors.  Thanks are due to the management and staff for the excellent service.

Bridge in the Club had to be suspended during the Covid crisis and has only been revived in recent months.  All thanks are due to Jackie Flynn who, following the sad loss of her friend and long term bridge partner and long term bridge convener Ida Kiernan, has taken up the task of organising all the bridge events.

Weekly bridge competitions take place in the Club on Thursday evenings. It is a friendly social type of bridge and new members will be warmly welcomed.

Student Match Racing Invitational

The National Yacht Club is delighted to announce we will be hosting the first Student Match Racing Invitational event, taking place on the 1st and 2nd April.
The Student Match Racing Invitational will bring together the top University sailors in the country in an exciting weekend of match racing adding the discipline to the already packed university sailing calendar. The event will include round robins, a knock out series as well as finals racing.
To view registered teams and to follow the results race after race after race, right up to the finals, Please Click Here

Dublin Bay 21 Revival continues with “Sailors of Dublin Bay Twentyones ” – Membership is Open for the 2023 Sailing Season

The successful revival of the Dublin Bay Twentyone fleet, under Fionán De Barra and Hal Sisk, continues apace with plans to set up a new organisation “Sailors of Dublin Bay Twentyones” (the Sailors) underway and for which membership is now open.

The new organisation’s primary purpose is to attract and manage racing crew rosters for the fleet and cover the annual running costs for the fleet’s racing plans for the 2023 season and beyond.

The fleet is owned by the Dublin Bay 21-Footer Class Association and all restoration costs are, and will continue to be met by the association. However, the annual running costs are not sustainable for the Association in the long term, and this is where the “Sailors of Dublin Bay Twentyones” come into play. The membership fee to join will cost €500 per person for the full season which will cover racing entrance fees, insurance, running and maintenance costs.

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Upcoming Events

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Adult Sailing Courses

We are running Adult Sailing courses for members and non-members alike to cover the basics, more complex stuff and racing roles.

Join the club

The National Yacht Club is currently accepting membership applications.

Club boats issues

To report any club boat issues, fill out the club boat issue reporting form.

Club Merchandise

Browse a great selection of clothing and other NYC branded items for all occasions!.

Mariners notice

Please be advised that the Dun Laoghaire Harbour Notice is currently in effect.

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