ROYAL IRISH YACHT CLUB
Members of Royal Irish Yacht Club are most than welcome at MRCYB. We offer them a 25% discount for mooring, for a maximum of 30 days (for 7 consecutive days maximum), after showing their member cards. In addition, they can get some discounts in our merchandising products.
Royal Irish Yacht Club
Dublin A96 RC84
The Royal Irish Yacht Club was founded in Kingstown, Dun Laoghaire, in 1831, making it the oldest Club in the harbour. As regattas began to be held in 1828, the desire for a club became clear. The Club was inspired by the formidable Lord Anglesey, a commander of cavalry at the battle of Waterloo, and who also went on to be the Club’s first Commodore. The Club’s emblem shows a harp with the figure of Nice, the Greek winged goddess of victory, surmounted by a crown. The Royal Irish Yacht Club offers a relaxed, warm and welcoming atmosphere in one of the best situated and appointed clubhouses in these islands. Its prestige in yachting circles is high and its annual regatta remains one of the most attractive events in the sailing calendar.