Pembroke Haven Yacht Club

Hobbs Point, Pembroke Dock

Whats on

Annual Dinner Dance - Trefloyne 

November 18th
Posted by James Perrins 13 November 2017 15:32:00

Talk on Landshipping Mining Disaster by Robert Llewellyn Davies 

Wednesday 15th November - 7 for a 7.30 start

There will be no charge but donations for the RNLI will be welcome.

Posted by James Perrins 13 November 2017 15:30:00

Notice of Special General Meeting 

Saturday 30 September - 7pm

To vote on a resolution to form a Private Company Limited by Guarantee (to be called Pembroke Haven Yacht Club Ltd) and to register said Company with HM Revenue & Customs as a Community Amateur Sports Club.

Posted by James Perrins 13 September 2017 11:40:00

60th Anniversary Party with food and music 

Saturday 30th September

All Welcome

04 September 2017 15:07:00

RNLI Trophy race  

Sunday 17th September

With BBQ

04 September 2017 15:05:00

Terry Cornish race  

Sunday 10th September

clashes with Ironman so pick your route to Hobbs Point carefully.

04 September 2017 15:04:00

Marine Invasive Non-Native Species Open Day 

13th September 2017 Open all day between 12:00 and 20:00

Suite 13, Cedar Court, Milford Haven.  (by the Library, behind Tesco) 
The event is aimed at anyone using the coast and aims to help you identify key marine INNS, know how to stop them spreading and where to report sightings.  

11 August 2017 12:51:00

Gentleman's race to Dale Sunday 2nd July 

11 am

Tide is good (1345) for using the land pontoon at Dale this Sunday, following a Gentleman’s race.

This means starting gentleman-like on the club line at 11:00 and proceeding to Dale using white sails only. Take your own time at the finish (Pass Dakotian to Stbd then finish across Dale Fort Jetty transit marks). Then argue about handicaps over a drink or two at the Griffin

30 June 2017 11:01:00

PHYC Regatta 

Sat 24th June - start time 14:00

BBQ to follow.


05 June 2017 22:40:00

Lawrenny Regatta  

Sat 17th June Start 12:00

Entry fee £10 - prizes afterwards at Lawrenny arms.  Any questions message Lawrenny Yacht club on facebook or call Tom 07824 636494

05 June 2017 22:37:00
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Situated on the south side of the Milford Haven waterway some nine miles from the open sea, PHYC  members enjoy cruising and racing of cruiser-yachts.

Local cruising grounds start within the haven and further include the picturesque Pembrokeshire coast whilst areas accessible within 24hrs range from South and East Irish coasts and West Wales to Devon and Cornwall.

The clubhouse offers all customary amenities including bar and social area with race control and spectating, whilst tender storage provides convenient direct access to a good slipway with deep water pontoon serving moorings administered by the club.  Currently the club administers winter storage and lifting at a nearby yard.

The sheltered waters of the extensive haven provide for racing options in almost all conditions.

Our club house is at Hobbs Point (just next to the slip there) and has a bar which is open at the following times (and at other times by arrangement):

  • ​Saturday and Sunday 4 - 7pm
  • Wednesday night in summer after racing (c. 8pm till 10:30ish)
  • Friday night 5pm - 8pm

We also have a facebook page become a fan on facebook 


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