Found somewhere between the Millennium Dome and the Thames Barrier GYC is currently more than 100 years of age, established by a modest bunch of Thames mariners in 1908, and gloats around 400 individuals. The club provides food for cruiser mariners, dinghy mariners, engine boaters and rowers. Sail past Canary Wharf and delightful Royal Greenwich up London’s memorable waterway or go down to the estuary for the East drift or a channel crossing. Engine cruisers can go directly through the very heart of the capital, and have entry to the stream Lee and inland conduits.
Guests are welcome any Tuesday evening or weekend.
In case you’re keen on joining why not go along on a Tuesday evening or weekend evening/night to glance around and meet us.
In the event that you are as of now a part you can get to more site offices by signing in at the highest point of this page with your record number. (Overlooked your secret key? Click the ‘Overlooked LOGIN?’ join (at the highest point of the page) for another secret key to be messaged to you or send an email to the website admin (with your name and account number and any inquiries or demands.)
For general enquiries about the club please email here.
As a RYA authorize preparing focus we’ve been giving reasonable and classroom preparing to a while; We are exceptionally satisfied to anounce that we have now been endorsed as an online focus so all who can’t make it down as frequently as they might want can now think about from home for VHF, CEVNI, PPR, and Essential Navigation, Dayskipper, Yachtmaster Coastal and Ocean.
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