Fishguard Bay Yacht Club, on the quay in Lower Town Fishguard, provides amenities for dinghy sailing, yachting and rowing in North Pembrokeshire. Fishguard Bay is a great place for sailing, rowing, kayaking and paddle-boarding, with both sheltered and more exposed waters, an interesting coastline, little tidal current in the bay, a drying harbour and a slipway accessible at all except the lowest tides.
The Club is also home to the Fishguard and Goodwick Jemima Rowing Club and we also have a lively social section.
In 2022 it will be 75 years since the club was founded in 1947, as well as the 225th anniversary of the Last Invasion of Britain here. So we will be having a number of special events throughout the year – keep an eye on this website, social media and the local press.
- Bar opening hours
This week the bar will be open on Saturday evening only (21st) as there has been little custom on Friday evenings of late.
However, for the Folk Festival weekend (26th-29th May) we will be open on Friday 27th from 6.30, as well as Saturday and Sunday from midday. We will be open to the general public for that weekend so please do spread the word!
Those playing at the club will be:
Saturday 28th May
- 1200 – Mike Greenwood
- 1300 – Bouzatina
- 1500 – Teifi Ukulele Group
- 2000 – Milton Hide
Sunday 29th May
- 1230 – The Vagrants Crew
- 1600 – Nick Scott
- 1930 – Bob Lear
- 2000 – Mike Greenwood
We look forward to seeing you there!
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