The Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay, with its beautiful setting on Sydney’s magnificent Pittwater is widely recognised as one of Australia’s premier yacht clubs. Since its inception back in the 1920’s, the club has undergone many changes.
With the passage of time, there has been the inevitable transition from a small, semi-rural establishment for a tight-knit group of dedicated boaties, to the current modern facility catering for a diverse community of cruising, sailing, racing, fishing and social members that is the Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay today.
Despite the changes that have occurred in our membership, services and facilities over the years, the spirit of kinship and camaraderie that has always been evident at Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay is as strong as ever.
The club welcomes sail and motor boat owners and non-boaters, with a range of membership options available. All members enjoy the facilities of one of Sydney’s best yacht clubs.
Restaurants, bars and a heated swimming pool are complemented by an international class marina facility catering to all sizes of watercraft.
Slipway and marine trade services are onsite.
|Dry Berths||0||LPG||Yes||Boat Broker||Yes|
|Water at Berths||Yes||Wifi||Yes||Bar||Yes|
|Power at Berths||Yes||Shower||Yes||Restaurant||Yes|
|3 Phase Power||Yes||Laundry||Yes||Monitor VHF||No|
|Max Berth Length||20m||Boat Ramp||Yes||Office Hours||9-5 7 days|
|Entrance Depth||15m||Haulout/Slipway||Yes||Industry Member||MIA BIA BOA|
|Bus / Train / Ferry||The Royal Motor Yacht Club has a free shuttle bus for the benefit of all members. Suburbs of pick up and drop off in the 5km radius from the club are: Church Point, Bayview, Mona Vale, Warriewood, Newport, Bilgola, Clareville, Careel Bay & Avalon (and further by arrangement). Phone the RMYC 02 9997 5511to be picked up, or contact the shuttle bus on 0417 558 535 during operating times.|
|Car Hire||Avis – Pittwater Rd, Dee Why (Northern Beaches) Ph 02 9982 6622|
|Airport||Sydney airport is approximately 1 hour drive to the south.hes) Ph 02 9982 6622|
|Accommodation||Since 1880, the Newport Arms Hotel has been a landmark among Sydney hotels, restaurants and attractions for those who appreciate the best. Positioned waterside overlooking Pittwater, accommodation is available in ensuite rooms.|
|Provisions||Newport Shopping Centre has all the delights of a shopping village with plenty of cafes and a shopping strip influenced by the beach culture of Sydney’s northern beaches. Banks and a Post Office are also located here.Coles Supermarket at Barrenjoey Rd, Newport.|
Reasons to linger
|Explore||The sheltered waters of Pittwater stretch from Broken Bay in the north, Ku-Ring-Gai-Chase National Park to the west and the northern beach suburbs of Sydney to the East. Barrenjoey Headland is the most prominent landmark at the southern headland entrance to Broken Bay. Pittwater itself is a deep water bay that runs north/south for approx five miles, and is fringed by bays and coves making for intriguing exploration.|
|Dining Out||The Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay is the perfect place to have a quiet dinner, celebrate a special occasion or have lunch overlooking Sydney’s magnificent Pittwater. Whether it’s an intimate dinner for two, a corporate event or a group party booking, our menu options, service and hospitality will impress.Add to this the club’s excellent wine cellar with its selection of local and international vintages. The Quarterdeck Brasserie adjoins the Garden Forecourt and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days per week.|
|Enjoy||Kur-Ring- Gai-Chase National Park is a tight cluster of secretive, winding creeks, sheltered beaches, hidden coves and wide expanses of deep blue water. You’ll find heathlands on the sandstone ridges, dense forests on the slopes, and mangroves on the tidal mudflats.The park’s scenic beauty is combined with a rich Aboriginal heritage and a strong sense of history. So it’s hardly surprising that millions of walkers, boaters, swimmers and picnickers have visited this iconic Sydney park since it opened in 1894.|
|Join the Locals||Monday Twilight Sailing Series – the largest Twilight Race Event in Sydney starts on Pittwater in October, finishing at the end of March. The series includes six Divisions based on vessel handicaps, size, etc with the first Division starting time at 5.45 pm. Over 120 entrants are expected across all Divisions so makes for a very exciting race night! Contact the club for latest information.|
|Visitor Information||Hawkesbury Tourism|
|January||Australia Day Boat Parade|
|March||Broken Bay Game Fishing Invitational|
|June||Marine Art Exhibition|
|October||RMYC Open Day|
|October||Lock Crowther Regatta Multihulls|
|November||Timber Boat Festival|
Check the Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay website for dates of this years events