Welcome

Royal Ulster Yacht Club was established in 1866 and boasts an enviable location on an elevated site overlooking Bangor Bay with views to the Co Antrim shore and north and east to the Mull of Kintyre, Arran and Ailsa Craig.

With relatively sheltered waters RUYC runs a full programme of racing each year from Easter right through to October and there are several Cruises in Company to destinations in Ireland and Scotland.

Throughout the year we organise a variety of Social Functions from Club Night Talks to Scottish Dancing, from RYA Training Courses to Festive Dinners and Dances.

The Club welcomes visitors from all round the world including visiting yachtsmen and women moored in the nearby Quay Marinas Bangor Marina.

NIOPS Strangford Lough Race

15/5/2021

Results are now avaiable in Results Central

Strangford Lough Race - Amendment to Sailing Instructions

14/5/2021

There is an amendment to the SIs post on the NIOPS page.  I can be found here

Round the Copeland Islands Race 2021

8/5/2021

The sailing instructions and entry form are now available for the Round the Copeland Island race on the 23rd May 2021.  They can be found here

Countdown to resumption of normality..

28/4/2021

Bar and dining hours going forward.

TCK opening menu

23/4/2021

New menu for Club re-opening 30th April

Join RUYC

So you want to introduce a New Member? - Fantastic!

For more information on the membership application process and a downloadable application form Click Here

RUYC Dining

RUYC Dining

Royal Ulster Yacht Club offers one of the best venues in Northern Ireland for formal and casual dining experiences with unrivalled setting and views over Belfast Lough.

RUYC Shop

Club Merchandice

The Clubs Range of Clothing is available to view online, please call in to the clubhouse to order.

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Cruising Muster May 2018

9/5/2018

A summary of the recent Belfast Lough Cruising Muster.

'Swagman' - Summer Cruise 2017

5/6/2017

To read Swagman's cruising log here