Solent Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) will close in September 2014 when the new National Maritime Operations Centre at Segensworth will be come fully operational.
The Club exists to encourage amateur yacht sailing, the study of seamanship and navigation, the holding of matches, races and regattas, and the provision of accommodation to enable social interaction between Members of the Club and their guests." (From the RCYC Constitution 1931)
Enjoy a vibrant social life at an inclusive club at the centre of yachting life in Cowes and beyond. Relax after a day's sailing in the club's well-stocked bar, inviting dining room, unique terracing and gardens overlooking the Solent.
This Ladies Lunch acknowledges the endeavours of Rosa Lewis. Rosa had a reputation as a talented English cook, who could cater to fine continental tastes and who notably catered to nearly every royal of the time.
In 1925 Rosa purchased Castle Rock. No one really knows why Rosa wanted a house in Cowes and the only reason she ever gave was that “Cowes needed livening up”. Rosa hosted memorable dinner parties, impromptu roulette parties and champagne flowed until the small hours.
The Guest Speaker for this event has been confirmed and will be - Anne Springman
Click on the link below for a short description of our esteemed guest.
Since it’s introduction the Club’s annual Vice Admiral’s Cup regatta has gone from strength to strength with its simple close racing format and fun social programme making it enjoyable for the competitors.
This year there will be eight classes, also for the first time the Half Ton Classics fleet will be joining the event which are enjoying a popular resurgence of interest and are expected to compete alongside their smaller sisters the Quarter Tonners.
Here is a short description of the Guest Speaker - Anne Springman Descended from a Norman knight who was given the Isle of Wight by William the
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