The Monte Real Yacht Club and the Royal Cork Yacht Club (Ireland) have just signed an exchange agreement between clubs with the aim of promoting international tourism.
The commodore of the Monte Real Yacht Club, Fernando Yáñez, and his counterpart from the Royal Cork Yacht Club, Pat Farnan, were in charge of ratifying an agreement whose main objective is to strengthen relations.
The agreement will make it possible to promote joint actions related to international nautical tourism between Ireland and Spain, applying significant discounts to the members of both clubs on their visits to both facilities.
The Royal Cork Yacht Club is one of the most important yacht clubs in the world and is considered one of the oldest. It was founded in 1720 and is currently located in Crosshaven (Cork). Every year it organizes the biennial Cork Week, one of the most important sailing events in Europe, and its partners include renowned sailors and Olympic athletes.
In addition to the Royal Cork Yacht Club , the Monte Real Yacht Club has other correspondence agreements with:
Yacht clubs in Spain:
Sailing clubs abroad:
>> LONG BEACH YACHT CLUB (UNITED STATES)
>> NAVAL CLUB OF CASCAIS (PORTUGAL)
>> NATIONAL YACHT CLUB (IRELAND)
>> ROYAL IRISH YACHT CLUB (IRELAND)
>> ROYAL CRUISING CLUB (UK)
>> OCEAN CRUISING CLUB (UK)
>> WORLD CRUISING CLUB (UK)
>> IRISH CRUISING CLUB (IRELAND)
>> CRUISING CLUB OF AMERICA (USA)
MRCYB members who want to know the conditions of correspondence agreements in order to benefit from their advantages can request information from the club secretary (986 385 000 / firstname.lastname@example.org)