Welcome to the Whitby Yacht Club
Established in 1932 Whitby Yacht Club provides a full programme of sailing and powerboating throughout the season, April to October, and over winter with Dinghy racing in the upper harbour.
There is a friendly and adventurous cruising section with racing catered for by a wide-ranging series of competitions and events.
Whitby Yacht Club prides itself on its welcoming atmosphere and social scene, making it the perfect place to enjoy sailing and powerboating on the Yorkshire Coast.
Our clubhouse is located in an enviable position on Pier Road above the RNLI Museum providing unsurpassed harbour and sea views.
Whitby is situated on the North East Yorkshire Coast. It is well known for its historical connections to Captain James Cook the famous explorer, and William Scoresby, a whaling captain and inventor of the crow's nest and last but certainly not least Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula which has its opening chapters set in Whitby.
Moorings at Whitby Yacht Club
A limited number of moorings are available on the Club pontoon for the remainder of the season.
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Expected Arrival in Whitby on Thursday 21st June between 2 and 3pm
Wetwheels currently operates three of these remarkable craft on the South Coast and helps to build the confidence of the disabled participants by providing the opportunity to access the sea in a fun, safe, stimulating and rewarding way.
The new boat, called Wetwheels Yorkshire will begin operating from Whitby on Sunday 24th June 2018.
For further information visit http://www.wetwheelsyorkshire.com