ou area unit currently a guest of the Royal Negara Brunei Darussalam Yacht Club’s information processing system.Back within the Nineteen Fifties a visiting British high-up known as RBYC “the friendliest club within the so much East”.
The friendly label still applies, tho’ the club has expanded from some of members to today’s 600 and affected from a tatty watercraft moored off Bandar Seri Begawan, to this city and beach sites.RBYC has perpetually compete a polar role in expatriate social life in Borneo and isn’t any exception toda
The Royal Brunei Yacht Club started life in a disused fishing boat, moored at the Subok wharf just outside “Brunei Town” and across from Kampong Ayer. The cabin of “Tenggiri” made a cramped bar, which could squeeze in just four or five at a time. The clubs first Regatta was the annual Borneo Interport in 1954; its first victory against contenders Miri-Belait Boat Club, and Yacht Clubs from Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu) and Sandakan did not come until in 1962.