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Kestrel Nationals Royal Tay Yacht Club.
Maylandsea Bay Sailing Club was founded in 1930s and was formally known as Maylandsea Bay Yacht Club until the turn of the century. The clubhouse on the site has been of many types, including a floating clubhouse, until the current brick building was built and opened in 1966.
The current club offers a bar and social area upstairs, with a covered veranda offering uninterrupted views of the local sailing waters and countryside. The upstairs gives a good view of the sailing area for those who want to watch in the comfort of the warm in the winter months.
The ground floor of the club has a galley and seating area for refreshments, along with male and female changing rooms with newly refurbished showers. For members, the changing rooms/toilet facilities are also accessible when the clubhouse is closed. Also on the ground floor you will find notice boards with images, sailing and other information.
The exterior of the club has a private car park to the East, along with a dinghy park and grassed area suitable for picnicking and enjoying the outside. To the west of the club is a further dinghy park, which is also used for camping and winter storage, along with the safety boat storage compound. To the rear of the clubhouse, there is a double size garage used for maintenance and limited storage of sailing equipment. In this area we also have a Kayak/Canoe storage rack.
Maylandsea Bay Sailing Club has a full seasonal programme for Dinghies – with joint handicap racing with our neighbouring club H(B)SC – Keelboat racing, Cadet/short course racing, Training, Kayaking, Paddle boarding and Windsurfing. Added to this we have our very sociable regatta week – Maylandsea Bay Week
Every year the Club holds an open day in early spring to give you the opportunity to see the Club, meet the members and try a sailing boat or Kayak. Sailing is organised for all ages in dinghies and keelboats with experienced helmsmen.
Maylandsea Bay Week
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