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.

It’s now 75 years since the club was founded in 1947, as well as the 225th anniversary of the Last Invasion of Britain, the 200th anniversary of the Fishguard lifeboat, and 50 years since Under Milkwood was filmed in Lower Town.

Club News

  • Bar opening hours

    The bar will be open on Wednesday night (10th) from 1900hrs. The rowing club will be holding an open rowing evening and this reminds all members that you are welcome to bring a take away to enjoy with your drink at the bar.

    The bar will be open on Friday night (12th) from 1830hrs.

    For information, on Saturday (13th) the club has been booked by a member for a private party.

    On Sunday (14th), there will be a BBQ on the Quay from 1700hrs for members and the general public. The bar will be open from that time as well.

  • Aberporth Range August 2022
    There is live firing in Cardigan Bay during August. Click for more details.
  • Bart’s Bash
    The club’s annual Bart’s Bash took place on Sun 5th Sep. 8 boats took part in 3 races in very light winds, and we raised £51.70 cash for the Andrew Simpson Foundation, plus other online donations. The winner was Francesca Murphy in her Laser Radial – …

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  • 2020 Sport Pembrokeshire awards
    Congratulations to Gaynor Martin on winning the Disability Sport Award 2020