GYC on foot or by cycle
Greenwich Yacht Club is located on the Thames Path at the foot of Peartree Way on the Greenwich peninsula. On the Thames Path you'll enjoy the riverside scenery as you stroll or ride to the club front gate. The Thames Path is well signed and easy to find.
GYC by Underground
From anywhere in London, GYC is a convenient tube ride to the North Greenwich station on the Jubilee Line or cable-car ride from Excel. At North Greenwich, either walk to the River Thames and follow the signs along the Thames Path or take the bus one stop.
Take the bus to GYC
GYC is a short walk from the Millennium Village Oval bus stop served by five lines: 108, 129, 161, 472, and 486. All five lines also pass through North Greenwich station, making an easy tube connection. After alighting at Millennium Village Oval, walk north toward the ecology park and follow the signposts to GYC.
Driving to GYC
GYC is easily reached by car. Go north on Peartree Way from Woolwich Road (A206) or from the A102 southeast of the Blackwall Tunnel. For directions to GYC from your location, try Google Maps.
There is parking near the club entrance along Peartree Way. GYC visitors are cautioned to read and observe the posted parking restrictions that are routinely enforced by Greenwich Council.
Sailing to GYC
Visitors are wecome at GYC. There is a pontoon accessible at all states of the tide that connects directly with the clubhouse. If possible please contact the GYC Harbourmaster (see Contact Committee) prior to arrival to reserve a place on the pontoon.