DOSC Members have the benefit of reciprocal arrangements with sailing clubs all around the world. We are currently working to formalise more of such arrangements. In the meantime, please click on the links below to find out more about each of the Clubs we currently have have arrangements with.  

Royal Dart Yacht Club:

Kingswear, United Kingdom

The Royal Dart Yacht Club, situated in Kingswear England, sees views down the River Dart towards Dartmouth castle. The club, which boasts 150 years of rich sailing tradition hosts a lively social calendar, year round, and is the main base for the port of Dartmouth royal regatta in  August. Visiting members are welcome to use the club house, with members bar and lounge along with the club restaurant serving locally soured foods.

Annapolis Yacht club:

Annapolis, USA

The Annapolis Yacht Club is a full service, year-round premier private yacht club founded in 1996 and hosts 2000 members. The club actively offers a multitude of sailboat racing opportunities, cruising for sailors and power boaters, a vigorous junior sailing program, social events, along with first class dining and banquet facilities.

The False Bay Yacht Club was founded in 1958 and moved into its present clubhouse in 1984.Visiting international and local cruising yachts are most welcome and vessels up to 22M (±20 Tons) can be accommodated. The annual INTASURE sponsored Spring Regatta, which is sailed in September, is regarded as the premier offshore keel boat regatta in South Africa

Royal Danish Yacht Club / Den Kongelige Danske Yacht Klub

Copenhagen, Denmark

The club was founded on 3 July 1866 after a race in Nyborg and was originally run under the name Dansk Forening for Lystsejlads. The club has since worked to promote sailing in Denmark and provide members with help in the practice of their sport. The club’s original stand was white with 3 red stars.

Little Ship Club

London, England

Our beautiful clubhouse is right on the Thames by Southwark Bridge in London. If members aren’t on the sea, they are in the club, enjoying good company, excellent food and a great social calendar.

Yacht Club de Cannes

Situated in the vibrant city of Cannes, the club offers a tranquil retreat amidst the bustling energy of the Mediterranean. Adorned with pristine white buildings and surrounded by azure waters, it is a picturesque destination for sailors seeking solace from the sea’s tempestuous nature.

Norddeutscher regatta verein:

Hamburg, Germany

Norddeutscher Regatta Verein is one of the largest German sailing clubs that sees a panoramic view of the Alster tributary in Hamburg. The club, which was initially founded in 1868 and now has around 2000 members, hosts numerous prestigious sailing events such as the Rolex Baltic week, NRV champions week and the Helga cup (the largest all women regatta in the world).

Royal Varuna yacht club:

Pattaya, Thailand

The Royal Varuna Yacht Club, known as the ‘centre of sailing in Thailand’, is located in a secluded cove between Pattaya and Jomtien (a 2-hour drive from Bangkok). The club offers its 500 members full access to its clubhouse, restaurant, swimming pool, junior club house, and seaside accommodation.

Royal Lymington Yacht Club:

Lymington, United Kingdom

The Royal Lymington yacht club has excellent facilities, first class training, expert waterside services and a thriving social programme for all ages on and off the water. Its riverside location proves perfect for its regular dinghy and keelboat races which has resulted in an enviable record of success on the water for the club. At the pleasant and friendly clubhouse, members can enjoy RLYMYC’s exceptional restaurant, popular bar, and sun terrace.

Royal Bombay Yacht Club:

Mumbai, India

The Bombay Yacht Club was founded in 1846 with Henry Morland as club commodore and 30 years later – on the recommendation of Sir Philip Edmond Wodehouse and patronage of Queen Victoria became known as Royal Bombay Yacht Club. The seafront clubhouse was built in 1881, and received a number of prominent visitors within its first ten years including: H.R.H. Prince Arthur, their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Connaught and American railroad tycoon and yachting enthusiast Mr. William Kissam Vanderbilt – also part owner of the 1895 America’s Cup winner, the 37.5m sloop: Defender.

Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club:

Hong Kong

The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club was founded in 1890 and is primarily based on Kellett island, Hong Kong. Along with their clubhouse on Kellett island, the club has an additional two club houses on middle island and shelter cove which offer views of Hong Kong coastline. Along with these, members of The Royal Hong Kong yacht club have access to the clubs BBQ terrace and private beach, along with unequalled access to the Hong Kong harbour

Royal Forth Yacht Club: 

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

The Royal forth Yacht Club is an established water-sports club with an extensive 150 years of history. The club, which is based at Granton harbour, is within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre, and provides fast and easy access to the beautiful sailing waters of the Firth of Forth estuary. Their onshore facilities include a welcoming clubhouse, function room and patio with licensed facilities and hospitality.

Seaview Yacht club:

Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

Seaview Yacht Club was established in 1893 and hosts around 1800 members to date. The family-oriented club owns a fleet of 13 keel boats (nicknamed the Seaview Mermaids), available for charter for members. Additionally, the club is home to a fleet of 200 clinker-built dinghies founded in 1931, and also offers active Handicap, Optimist and Cruiser classes.

Porto Montenegro Yacht Club:


The Club is now structured into distinct squadrons for sailing, motoryachting and rowing each with its own Captain to drive its competitive and informal leisure activity programme, allowing like-minded individuals, couples, families and friends to enjoy a rich mixture of entertainment afloat and ashore through a flexibly system of membership.


Southport Yacht Club:

Queensland, Australia

Southport Yacht Club, which was established in 1946, is the Gold Coast’s award-winning premier sports club. The club is home to multiple club houses, a 300-berth Marina and award-winning boating facilities. Additionally, it offers members the exclusive use of the private Dux anchorage at Sth Stradbroke Island.

Royal Cape Yacht Club:

Cape Town, South Africa

The Royal Cape Yacht Club was founded as the Table Bay Yacht Club in 1905 and sits at the foot of Africa. Described as a ‘quiet enclave tucked away in the bustle of Cape Town’s docks’, the RCYC is the prime location for sailors looking for respite from stormy weather. The club also hosts the country’s premier keelboat regattas and is home to a first-class restaurant and bar.

National Yacht Club:

Toronto, Canada

National Yacht Club was established in 1890 with the first clubhouse on the west side of the Queens Quay Wharf. In 1904 it was moved to a more protected area on the east side of the wharf – currently the site of the old Loblaws warehouse (N.E. corner of Bathurst and Lakeshore). Over the past twenty years National Yacht Club has become known in the racing community through hosting events such as LYRA, the 1999 Mobility Cup, several NOOD Regattas (co-hosted with RCYC) and the annual C&C Owners Regatta.

National Yacht Club:

Dublin, Ireland

Founded on loyal membership, we enjoy a family ethos and a strong fellowship which binds our members in a relaxed atmosphere of support and friendship. Bathing in the gentle waterfront ambience of Dun Laoghaire on the edge of South County Dublin, the National Yacht Club has graced the waters of the Irish Sea and far beyond for more than a century. Our famous burgee is a familiar sight in the sailing waters of Ireland, and the proud victory roll of our individual members and our Club is second to none. Facilities include a slipway directly accessing Dun Laoghaire Harbour, over eighty club moorings, platform parking, pontoons, fuelling, watering and crane-lifting ensure that we are excellently equipped to cater for all the needs of the contemporary sailor. Berths with diesel, water, power and overnight facilities are available to cruising yachtsmen with shopping facilities being a short walk away. The club is active throughout the year with full dining and bar facilities and winter activities include bridge, snooker, quiz nights, wine tasting and special events.