Royal Brighton Yacht Club is one of Australia’s premier yacht clubs, offering a wide range of sailing events and activites year-round, including junior and youth off-the-beach sailing and training, world-class Etchells and Dragons one design racing, keelboat racing and cruising. Our modern marina offers berthing for sailing and motor yachts up to 60ft in length.
Royal Brighton Yacht Club was recently awarded Victorian Yacht Club of the Year and is one of Melbourne’s favourite venues to enjoy Port Phillip Bay’s incredible views.
The Olympic Restaurant and Bar is open to the public every day serving breakfast and lunch Monday to Sunday and dinner Wednesday to Sunday.
During summer, there is live entertainment on hand every Friday evening on our spacious beach facing deck in the form of ‘Fabulous Fridays’. Offering great live music, champagne and oysters, and of course, the beautiful Brighton sunset.
Upstairs is our Members’ Bar as well as our brilliant Bayview room which offers stunning views of Port Philip Bay and is available for private functions and events, such as weddings, christenings and corporate conferences.
Our 2019 European trip is done and dusted. It was a long 10 weeks on tour but super happy with our progress in the 49er FX working towards Olympic qualification. We were recently selected to represent the Australian sailing team at the 2020 Olympic Test event while is a big step forward!
RBYC will be running a Safety Boat Operator Course on June 28th and 29th.
This course provides the skills needed to support water-based activities at clubs, schools and outdoor recreation centres.
The 2019 SYC Commodore’s Challenge was blessed with great sailing conditions and a stellar field of Victoria’s best women sailors.
Team Brighton was represented by Laura Harding, Kate Jenkins, Laura Thompson, Chloe Fisher and Ella Grimshaw.
RBYC one again enthusiastically entered the SYC Commodore’s Challenge with a team of 5 young female talents