Mylor Yacht Club
Hosting Day: Monday 8th August
Mylor Churchtown, Cornwall, TR11 5UF
Mylor Yacht Club extends a warm welcome to visiting yachtsmen after the racing on the Monday of Falmouth Week. Enjoy great views from the Terrace and while waiting for the results and Prizegiving for both the Bay and the Carrick Fleets, (probably between 1800 and 1830), enjoy a beer from the bar and for a modest charge, a burger or hot dog from the BBQ while continuing with your post racing analysis. Some COVID restrictions may main in place at the Club.
Visiting yachts may raft up on the Eastern Pontoon after the racing and for those driving round, there is ample parking alongside the Club, and also up the valley.
Mylor Yacht Club enjoys a great location within Mylor Yacht Harbour (MYH) which provides a full range of excellent marina services, plus showers and a well-stocked Chandlery. MYH is also blessed with two fine eateries: Castaways and the Mylor Café. Both experienced sailors and beginners are encouraged to join our MYC cruising and racing activities. We maintain a comprehensive Cruising Programme in and around the South West Approaches, although more recently this has necessarily been restricted to mainland ports and Scilly.
Despite the restrictions that we have all faced over the past two seasons we have been able to organise safe, regular and very well supported Sunday morning Pursuit Racing using a shore-based start line within the sheltered waters of the Carrick Roads, and Class Racing on Friday evenings. We also host an Annual Shrimper Open Championship in September, and this year we will be hosting the K6 Nationals, also in September. In addition, as an RYA Sea School, we also offer many shore-based and practical courses for members. In October, we will resume our very popular series of Wednesday and Friday evening workshops, film shows and talks and possibly also our notorious pantomime! Oh no we won’t!
For more information about the Club please visit www.myloryachtclub.org.uk
Mylor Yacht Club
Hosting day: Monday 8th August