Pembroke Haven Yacht Club

Hobbs Point, Pembroke Dock

Whats on

Tenby Passage Race 

Saturday 30 July 09:00 start

Free entry for everyone who paid last time, additional entries £10 before the race or £15 in Tenby.

05 July 2016 08:40:00

PHYC Regatta 

Saturday 16 July (not Sunday 17)

We are looking at a 14:00 start with a view to getting everyone back to the clubhouse for a barbecue at teatime. There will also be live music.

05 July 2016 08:39:00

Tenby Race  

Saturday 4th June 10am start

Classes according to entries
Entry Fee £10.00 (Late Entries £15.00)
Registration from 17:00 on Friday 3 June
Sailing Instructions & Conditions of Entry from PHYC Clubhouse 01646 684403
 

26 May 2016 00:35:00

Pictionary and Pizza Night 

14 May 2016 7.30 for 8.00

Pictionary for fun. Hopefully enough people will attend for two teams, boys against girls. 

Let battle commence.

To let us know if you would like Pizza, £2 per person. Please phone Jenny on 01646 683288 or Maggie on 01646 684999

We need to know so we can cater for you.  See you on the 14th hopefully

04 May 2016 16:48:00

The Royal Dockyarwith talk by Ted Goddard 

23rd March7pm
07 February 2016 17:27:00

Splicing demonstration talk 

Wed 9th March 7pm

2 x 40 minute sessions.

Session 1 - will be on 3 strand splicing (soft eye, hard eye and rope to chain) practical with those that want too.

Break for leg stretching and thirst quenching!

Session 2 - demonstration on braid on braid splicing.

07 February 2016 17:26:00

Quiz Night 

Sat 20th Feb 7:00 for 7:30pm

Curry at half time

07 February 2016 17:25:00

Six Nations 

watch the matches at the club

Six Nations (Welsh Matches) - Food will be available in the Club.  Booking preferable with Maggie (membership.phyc@yahoo.co.uk)

20th February - Quiz Night - 7 for 7.30  - Curry available at 'half-time'!!

9th March 7pm - splicing demonstration

23rd March 7pm - Talk on the Royal Dockyard

04 February 2016 20:10:00

Burns night/Poems and Pints 

Saturday 23rd January 2016 7.00 for 7.30

So I have an idea of numbers please book your food in advance, at the Clubhouse or by ringing Maggie on 01646 684999

Come and join in the fun. All welcome whether you dine or not.

Bring your poems or use our poetry books.

Anything you like, from “The boy stood on the burning deck” to “Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face.”  

11 January 2016 16:56:00

Christmas opening times 

Christmas Day 12-2

Boxing Day/Saturday Closed

Sunday 4-7 as normal

Monday Bank Holiday Closed

New Year’s Day Friday 4-7

Back to normal 2 January 2016

21 December 2015 09:30:00
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Tenby Passage Race 

Saturday 30 July 09:00 start

Free entry for everyone who paid last time, additional entries £10 before the race or £15 in Tenby.

05 July 2016 08:40:00

PHYC Regatta 

Saturday 16 July (not Sunday 17)

We are looking at a 14:00 start with a view to getting everyone back to the clubhouse for a barbecue at teatime. There will also be live music.

05 July 2016 08:39:00

Tenby Race  

Saturday 4th June 10am start

Classes according to entries
Entry Fee £10.00 (Late Entries £15.00)
Registration from 17:00 on Friday 3 June
Sailing Instructions & Conditions of Entry from PHYC Clubhouse 01646 684403
 

26 May 2016 00:35:00

Pictionary and Pizza Night 

14 May 2016 7.30 for 8.00

Pictionary for fun. Hopefully enough people will attend for two teams, boys against girls. 

Let battle commence.

To let us know if you would like Pizza, £2 per person. Please phone Jenny on 01646 683288 or Maggie on 01646 684999

We need to know so we can cater for you.  See you on the 14th hopefully

04 May 2016 16:48:00

The Royal Dockyarwith talk by Ted Goddard 

23rd March7pm
07 February 2016 17:27:00

Splicing demonstration talk 

Wed 9th March 7pm

2 x 40 minute sessions.

Session 1 - will be on 3 strand splicing (soft eye, hard eye and rope to chain) practical with those that want too.

Break for leg stretching and thirst quenching!

Session 2 - demonstration on braid on braid splicing.

07 February 2016 17:26:00

Quiz Night 

Sat 20th Feb 7:00 for 7:30pm

Curry at half time

07 February 2016 17:25:00

Six Nations 

watch the matches at the club

Six Nations (Welsh Matches) - Food will be available in the Club.  Booking preferable with Maggie (membership.phyc@yahoo.co.uk)

20th February - Quiz Night - 7 for 7.30  - Curry available at 'half-time'!!

9th March 7pm - splicing demonstration

23rd March 7pm - Talk on the Royal Dockyard

04 February 2016 20:10:00

Burns night/Poems and Pints 

Saturday 23rd January 2016 7.00 for 7.30

So I have an idea of numbers please book your food in advance, at the Clubhouse or by ringing Maggie on 01646 684999

Come and join in the fun. All welcome whether you dine or not.

Bring your poems or use our poetry books.

Anything you like, from “The boy stood on the burning deck” to “Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face.”  

11 January 2016 16:56:00

Christmas opening times 

Christmas Day 12-2

Boxing Day/Saturday Closed

Sunday 4-7 as normal

Monday Bank Holiday Closed

New Year’s Day Friday 4-7

Back to normal 2 January 2016

21 December 2015 09:30:00
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