|The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club has welcomed visitors from all over the world and invites guests to enjoy this Atlantic maritime treasure. We trust that the below information will make your visit with us most enjoyable.|
The Royal Bermuda Yatch Club is pleased to extend its hospitality and services to members of reciprocal clubs. RBYC honours reciprocal privileges with all Royal Chartered clubs and has fostered relationships and connections with many other yacht clubs around the world.
To confirm your club is has an affiliation with RBYC and to arrange your visit, a letter of introduction must be sent from a representative of your home club to our RBYC Secretary. A guest card will then be issued in your name and used for the duration of your visit, with a maximum of a two-week period.
The guest card is only to be used by the approved visitor and their immediate party. All guests must register at the Reception Office before using any club facilities and shall be required to obtain a guest card before paying for services. Guests must settle their chits at the point of purchase via MasterCard or Visa. For the House Rules (including dress code), click here.
All visiting yachtspersons and their boats must be registered by contacting the Marina Manager. Upon registration you will receive a guest card that entitles you to usage of the Club. Please click here for more information regarding the marina and how to arrange for your visit.
We also encourage reciprocal members and guests of members to take advantage of our guest rooms. For more information and pricing, click here.
Learn to Sail Programme
RBYC is Bermuda’s only accredited RYA training center and offers all visitors (whether affiliated with reciprocal clubs or not) the opportunity to learn to sail or take advantage of our powerboat courses. For more information about our various programmes or to arrange your customized sailing experience, click here.