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MailASail OSTAR 2022 start ... See MoreSee Less
Final race of the day Race 4 start 14.10 hrs ... See MoreSee Less
Race 3 RC1000 start 12.55hrs, clear start ... See MoreSee Less
Race 2 RC1000 start 11.30hrs ... See MoreSee Less
First start RC1000 10.30hrs, ... See MoreSee Less
A selection of photos from the half crown dinner taken by the amazing Ed at MailASail Satellite Communications #sailings #yacht #race #ostar #twostar #dinner #rwyc #sailing #competition ... See MoreSee Less
This weeks Friday Night Supper Menu. Please email Claire to book your place. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Royal Western Yacht Club
With 10 minutes until we go live all the competitors are now on the water #ostartwostar #sailing #rwyc #yachtclub #ostar #twostar #racing #yacht ... See MoreSee Less
We’re getting ready for the start. Even got some young supporters onboard who made a sign to wish their grandad luck (pictures with grandads boat in the background) #ostar #sailing #rwyc #YachtClub #ostartwostar #twostar #racing #yacht ... See MoreSee Less

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2 hours ago

RWYC Racing
Final race of the RC1000 weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

2 hours ago

RWYC Racing
RC1000 fleet enjoying some sunny weather. And Sam catching a fish! ... See MoreSee Less

3 hours ago

RWYC Racing
Ref; Cariberia; Neil PayterContact has been scarce and for approaching 48 hours the tracker has been unresponsive. Strong winds and big seas are likely to have effected electrics and electronics. There were early reports of damage to sails, running rigging and the fresh water tank. The EPIRB remains intact and course upto losing the tracker would suggest that the skipper was in control of 'Cariberia'. We are in touch with HMCG who are likely to commit to deployment of fixed wing asset surveylance of estimated locations soon, an area spanning from NE to SW and S ireland, as a precaution. This is standard procedure for an enquiry at this point in its timeline. Both HMCG and RWYC are keeping family informed of progress. We would ask that any contact to the HMCG is made ONLY when information relating to FIRST HAND sightings or contact is available - for all other enquiries please contact race director via ostar@rwyc.org . Thank you Adrian Gray Race DirectorPhoto; Cariberia - Neil Payter - at the startcredit Ed WildgooseMailAsail ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

RWYC Racing
Sailing Ambassador, Paddy Hutchings, to compete in the RB&I! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

RWYC Racing
MOCRA NATIONALS DAY 1 ... See MoreSee Less

Welcome To

The Royal Western Yacht Club of England

A very warm welcome to The Royal Western Yacht Club of England which is internationally known as one of the worlds premier yacht clubs and for its major contribution to the development of short handed ocean racing.

The Plymouth based Club is also recognised as one of the finest yacht clubs in the South of England providing the best possible facilities, overlooking Plymouth Sound, for all generations to enjoy both afloat and ashore.

RWYC POLICY ON REINTRODUCING RACING AFTER COVID

RWYC is aware of the responsibilities imposed on it by the current pandemic and will not act in any way to promote or encourage anyone to take part in activities that break Government instructions or advice. The club will also follow the guidance issued by the RYA, which covers the many issues with returning to boating in general.