Located in the Port of Cape Town, RCYC offers a warm greeting and hospitality to weary sailors. First time visitors are invited to discover the “Fairest Cape” with its bounty of scenery, wine farms, local cuisine and much more.
The RCYC has a glorious history spanning over a hundred years. Committees and Commodores have come and gone, yet the cornerstone on which the Table Bay Yacht Club was built in 1905, “to take the sport of yachting seriously and to provide races for its members” is still present to this very day.
Mission Statement: To promote the Royal Cape Yacht Club as a unique, world-class Sailing Centre where yachting in all its forms are encouraged, and as ‘Tavern of the Seas’ provides an environment for camaraderie, shared experience and inclusivity.
Club Festive Season Trading Hours
Reception is closed on all public holidays (PH) and Sundays
|Dec 15 (Fri) PH||8h00 – 20h00|
|Dec 16 (Sat) PH||8h00 – 20h00|
|Dec 17 (Sun)||8h00 – 20h00|
|Dec 24 Xmas Eve (Sun)||8h00 – 18h00|
|Dec 25 (Mon) Xmas||Closed|
|Dec 26 (Tues) PH||9h00 – 18h00|
|Dec 31 (Sun) NY eve||Open for breakfast 8h00 – 12h00 Closed 12h00 – 19h00 NY eve dinner and party – 19h00 – 00h00 Regatta Centre bar and braai area open from 12h00 – 00h00|
|Jan 1 (Mon) NY day||Closed|
About RCYC Sailing Academy
RCYC Sailing Academy seeks to expose, upskill, empower and grow youth through sailing.