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  • 1_Cruiser
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  • 3_Motor boat
  • 4_Rowing
  • 5_Cycling
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  • 8_education
  • 9_Social

Welcome to Greenwich Yacht Club

Located halfway between the Millennium Dome and the Thames Barrier GYC is now over 100 years old, founded by a handful of Thames sailors in 1908, and boasts around 400 members. The club caters for cruiser sailors, dinghy sailors, motor-boaters and rowers. Sail past Canary Wharf and beautiful Royal Greenwich up London's historic river or go down to the estuary for the East coast or a channel crossing. Motor cruisers can go right through the very heart of the capital, and have access to the river Lee and inland waterways. 

Visitors are welcome any Tuesday evening or weekend. 
  • If you're interested in joining why not come along on a Tuesday evening or weekend afternoon/evening to look around and meet us.
  • If you are already a member you can access more website facilities by logging in at the top of this page with your account number. (Forgotten your password? Click the 'FORGOT LOGIN?' link (at the top of the pagefor a new password to be emailed to you or send an email to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (with your name and account number and any questions or requests.)
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What We Do

 

We run a programme of yacht and dinghy racing, as well as practical and theory training all year round. 

To view our list of courses and to book click on the Meetup link...   meetup_logo_100_white_1.gif (100×74)

All classes of yacht and dinghy are welcome, but the emphasis is on enjoyment and arguing over a pint in the clubhouse afterwards. Our site and facilities are first class, having been newly built in 1999. We have both drying and deep water moorings, a boat yard and workshops. We also have probably the best yacht club bar in England, built on an island site out in the river with stunning views to the city and down to the Thames Barrier. 

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Push The Boat Out

PTBO

This year's "Push The Boat Out" is a fantastic opportunity for you to experience sailing on the Thames. GYC will be participating and open for anyone wanting to take part on the Sat 9th, Sun 10th, Tue 12th, Wed 13th, Thur 14th, Sat 16th and Sun 17th.

Over the week we are giving you the opportunity to try out all the activities at the GYC. These include dinghy, powerboat, keel boat, yachting and rowing. There will be sample theory courses for adults and children (over 12). All boats will be helmed by a qualified instructor and full safety equipment will be provided, we just ask that you bring your own waterproof gear if the weather demands. We will also be giving guided tours of the site that includes the club house mounted on stilts over the river, the river-side rooms that host larger functions, our boat sheds and sail loft. Sail making for kids, treasure hunts and quizzes will be run on the main days. There will be a BBQ, as well as our full menu on the river front balcony.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.

Live Around GYC

GYC Rivercam

GYC Weatherstation

North Woolwich Tides

AIS vessel tracking

Tidal Fluvial Flow