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Fishguard Bay Yacht Club provides amenities for dinghy sailing, yachting and rowing in North Pembrokeshire.

The club is situated on the end of the quay in picturesque Lower Town, Fishguard. The stone building was originally a flour store in the days when the harbour was a bustling stop-off point for trading ships. It was purchased by a small group of keen sailors in 1947, and has undergone extensive refurbishment over the years, to make it the attractive club that it is today. As well as club events, the building is used for functions such as wedding receptions, birthdays, and other social occasions.

The club has a busy sailing calendar, with a thriving junior section and cruiser sailing. It is amalgamated with the Fishguard and Goodwick Jemima Rowing Club.
Fishguard Bay provides an exciting sailing area, with a sheltered bay which is ideal for learners, and the wider reaches of the Irish Sea just beyond. The spectacular scenery of Pembrokeshire makes it an ideal venue for sailing and socialising.

We have hosted championships for Redwings,Supernovas, Lightnings and the Yachting World Day Boats, and we welcome enquiries from small classes about hosting future events.

We hosted the Yachting World Day Boats again in August 2012.
In 2013 we held the Welsh Laser Championships and the Character Boats Rally.




Notice of EGM - to be held at the Clubhouse on Friday 26th August at 6pm.


The bar is open at Sunday lunchtimes throughout August
11.30 - 2pm


August Bank Holiday is Aberjazz, and there are three groups playing on Friday 26th, all for £5 - Dale Storr at 3pm, followed by Tudor Rhythm Kings. There will be a short break for the EGM at 6pm, then Lowri Evans continues the party . There will be BBQ food.

Sunday 29th - the Steve Williams Trio at 7.30pm (bucketed event).


Saturday 3rd September - a crew from the rowing club are taking part in the Great River Race. This is London's river marathon, 21.6 miles from London Docklands to Ham in Surrey and over 330 traditional boats from all over the world take part. Good luck!


Saturday 17 September - Bart's Bash. We want a huge entry - all dinghy sailors please support us. No entry fee, but a donation to the foundation is requested. There are prizes for winners. See the Sailing Page for further details.


Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @FishguardBayYC
There is also a Facebook page for Youth Sailing



QinetiQ Ltd, the company which operates the Aberporth Range that covers much of Cardigan Bay on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, now releases information about when there will be activity in Cardigan Bay which may affect shipping in the area.
Range information


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