The Club's Social and Sailing Committees organise a range of activities throughout the year.
Summer events are, of course, centered upon sailing, whereas the winter ones are social and educational.
Cruises in company to local destinations and with rendevous further afield.
|A variety of racing including the Friday Evening Points Series.|
Falmouth Week plus club and local village regattas.
Barbecues and picnics at the Clubhouse or other venues around the area.
|Fun events such as multi-hostelry dinghy "races".|
|Winter:||Friday evening is Club Night. The bar is open and invited speakers from the Club or elsewhere give talks on a range of subjects, not necessarily nautical.|
|'Wednesday Workshops' for the more practically-minded, when invited speakers or Club Members talk about their specialities, interests, or experiences. The bar is also open!|
|From time to time there are reciprocal visits to other Clubs or places of interest, inter-club Quiz Nights, wine tasting , and, the highlights of the year, the Christmas Pantomime and Annual Dinner-Dance.|
MYC is an RYA Recognised Training Centre (RTC) and we offer RYA and other Training Courses to our members throughout the year.
Various RYA courses lead to recognised qualifications and are delivered by RYA qualified instructors, most of whom are also club members. They include subjects such as shorebased Day Skipper and Coastal Skipper/Yachtmaster, VHF, RADAR, Power Boat Level 2 (theory and practical using the club's RIB), First Aid at Sea and Diesel Engine Maintenance. Non-RYA courses include Introduction to AIS, Electronic Navigation and Basic Boat Electrics. We also run refresher courses in Diesel Engine Maintenance and RADAR.
The main course for the winter will be the RYA Day Skipper - Shorebased Theory Course. It will run from 29/Oct/18 to 25/Feb/19
|Look out for the training logo on the news page and visit our own Training Centre in the Member's Area to sign-up.|