Burnham Clubs


SAILING PROGRAMME FOR BURNHAM WEEK REGATTA 2017 SATURDAY 26th AUGUST TO SATURDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER Burnham Week 2017 this year classes will share the same start line most days. The start line will be Pilehouse but with upriver starts from the Burnham Sailing Club for the Day Boats on Thursday and Cruisers on Friday. The Pilehouse ...

Royal Corinthian Yacht Club

Email: info@royalcorinthian.co.uk

Website: www.royalcorinthian.co.uk

Social Programme:  www.royalcorinthian.co.uk/document/burnham-week-2015.pdf  (under Events)

Telephone: 01621 782105

The Royal Corinthian Yacht Club offers you a warm welcome in Burnham Week. What could be better than a cool drink on the balcony after a hard day’s racing?

Make the effort to finish well up in your race, hurry ashore to claim your spot then you can cheer or jeer as your friends walk down the pontoon.

Consult the varied Social Programme which offers something for everyone. Book your dinner requirements with the Office or eat informally in the lounge bar.

Don’t forget that the first Prize-giving of the Week will take place in the lounge bar on Monday 26th at 18:30hrs and the Corinthian’s own Prize-giving will be on the final Saturday. The Prize-giving Dinner is always planned round the Firework Display so that you don’t miss anything and there is no better place to watch the fireworks reflected in the river than from the Corinthian balconies. A warm welcome is assured and we’ll do our best with the weather

DRESS CODE = Some evening events are more formal than others, so it is suggested that you check the particular Dress Code of the event you have chosen.


Royal Burnham Yacht Club Email:   info@rbyc.org.uk

Website:   www.rbyc.org.uk

Social Programme:  http://www.rbyc.org.uk/

Telephone:  01621 782044

The RBYC was founded in 1895 as the Burnham Yacht Club, receiving Royal Patronage in 1927. The clubhouse is sited on the North bank of the Crouch and has a large pontoon for launching craft with a launch service to give easy access to the many members’ boats kept on the moorings in front of the clubhouse.

Our buildings are friendly in atmosphere and we offer a warm welcome to visiting sailors. The club has a well appointed bar, a large and luxurious dining room, an imposing library as well as meeting rooms, an al fresco courtyard and an imposing library. These facilities are available for corporate functions, weddings, private parties, etc.

Our fleets range from Offshore keelboats, to dayboats, with our large RS Elite Fleet, our own famous RB One Design Fleet, sailing cruisers, a fleet of over 50 motor yachts, dinghies, including our new fleet of RS Fevas and Cadets. We foster our Cadet members as the future members of our Club.

DRESS CODE – Some evening events are more formal than others, so it is suggested that you check the particular Dress Code of the event you have chosen.


Crouch Yacht Club

Email:   office@cyc.org.uk

Website:  www.cyc.org.uk

Telephone:  01621 782252

The Crouch Yacht Club was founded in 1907 and is situated at the west end of the Quay in Burnham-on-Crouch, the yachting capital of the East Coast.

The Clubhouse, which the Club has occupied since 1912, was once a sail loft; the frontage, added in 1980, has two floors with bars offering views of the river and is an ideal location for après sail, and varied functions such as birthdays, wedding receptions and parties etc. In 2004 the CYC became an Approved RYA Training Centre.

The Crouch Yacht Club has a long and successful history in yacht racing although cruising and motor boats are equally welcome and catered for. We have annual race weekends to other clubs on the East Coast and, when cruising, members are encouraged to come along and join the party.

DRESS CODE – Some evening events are more formal than others, so it is suggested that you check the particular Dress Code of the event you have chosen.


Burnham Sailing Club
Website:  www.burnhamsc.org

The Burnham Sailing Club was formed in 1930 to offer local people, often involved in the waterfront yachting businesses at the weekends, the opportunity to sail midweek. The present clubhouse, opened in 1935 (built for £350!), has access to a pontoon and offers parking for both dinghies and cars to the rear.

The BSC maintains the tradition started in the thirties and offers Wednesday evening racing to all comers, IRC rated boats, 707s, Contessas, Impalas, and Squibs as well as local handicap classes. We have a lively Junior Section, racing in Optimists, Cadets, Scows, Mirrors, Toppers, Lasers and Fevas. The youngsters also meet on Friday evenings when they can learn or practise or just discover the love of being in boats.

Come and join us on Wednesday or Friday evenings when you are assured a warm welcome and the chance to enjoy a meal and watch the sailing in comfort