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88 The Royal Dart Yacht Club


The Royal Dart Yacht Club is situated in Kingswear with stunning views down the River Dart to Dartmouth Castle and beyond to the open sea and across the river to Dartmouth. With easy access to the water, 150 years of rich sailing tradition and a lively social calendar, it’s a great place to mix with like-minded boating enthusiasts. It is proud to offer a warm and welcoming environ-


ment for sailors, their families and friends. It cherishes a high reputation for quality, locally sourced food avail- able in a casual bar and terrace environment as well as in a more formal lunch and dining tradition. Its terrace offers one of the best views of the River Dart. It’s also a favourite destination for sailors visiting the


South West, racers and cruisers alike. As is the case with all thriving yacht clubs, it is keen to encourage new people into the sport especially by fomenting interest and skills amongst young people and, therefore, offers a comprehensive training programme for sail and motor, open to members and non-members.


The Club offers the region’s premier junior sailing


programme and is proud of its close association with the Royal Dart Youth Sailing Trust which provides access to sailing for local young people. New members are very welcome, whether you are


new to sailing, have years of experience … or are simply interested in the social side of Club life. With a range of membership categories, for singles, couples, racing crew, young adults and families, as well as Winter memberships, there is something for everyone. Visit the club’s website for more information.


Junior Sailing The full programme runs from April to September each year. Juniors are given the opportunity to develop from beginners in RYA Stage 1 through to competent sailors in Stage 4 and can then progress further onto our own Stage 5 when the older students are put into sports boats and trained to develop their sailing skills often in the larger sailing area of Start Bay. RDYC Junior Sailing Week takes place at the end of July - a fun


and action-packed time for all ability levels. Junior dinghy racing as part of the Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta takes place over 4 days (22nd-25th August) just before the main yacht racing at the end of August. There are still some places left for the RYA Junior Training Sailing


Programme which runs from 25th April to 18th July (13 weeks) every Saturday from 0930 to 1230. If interested please contact the office or email admin@royaldart.co.uk asap


Ladies Afloat Ladies Afloat thrives due to the enthusiasm and commitment of its members. We meet at the Club between 09.00 and 09:30 on Thursdays from April to October, depending on the activity and aim to get out on boats soon after. The sailing experience of the members varies from complete novice to instructor, but we all share a common enthusiasm for being on the water. There is an interesting and varied calendar with overnight trips,


full-days and half-days planned. On a routine Thursday there are opportunities to: • Dinghy sail • Cruise in a variety of yachts and keelboats • Gain experience in power and support boats. We do not provide formal training courses but there is the opportunity to learn from the wide diversity and depth of skills of our members.


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