COMMODORE'S WELCOME

It gives me great pleasure as Commodore of the Royal Irish Yacht Club to welcome you to the Club's website which I hope you will find informative and helpful. The Royal Irish Yacht Club is situated in a central location in Dun Laoghaire Harbour with excellent access and visiting sailors can be sure of a special welcome.

The Club was founded in 1831 and features the first purpose-built Yacht Clubhouse in the world - for the full Club History click here. The building is now a listed structure and retains to this day all its original architectural features combined with state of the art facilities for sailors both ashore and afloat.

RIYC Game dinner - Friday, 20th January 2017 20.00 hrs

The RIYC Game Dinner is set for Friday 20th January 2017.

Chef Jèrôme Fernandes of La Reserve Brasserie Ranelagh, will treat us to some gastronomic delights.

See Menu here 

Jèrôme will be working with RIYC Head Chef Alan Bell and his team to create the fantastic menu that has been designed specially for the evening.
Charles Greene who is a good friend of our well-known Member John Sisk will provide the wild venison by way of the Wicklow or Dublin Mountains for the event.
€40.00 per person, Guests welcome, Members’ Table available, please book with Catering here


Jérôme Fernandes, of Burgundy, France was influenced at an early age by his grandmother from Brittany who had a natural flair for classical French cuisine. He graduated from culinary school in Dijon and trained under the renowned two-star Michelin chef Jean-Marc Delacourt, formerly of les Bains, and chef René Bérard of Hostellerie Bérard. Jérôme went on to work at other prestigious establishments throughout France and Switzerland before relocating to Ireland in 1997.
Domaine de Divonne


CINE CLUB - POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE Wednesday, 25th January 20.15 hrs

The next film in the RIYC Cine Club Season is Postcards from the Edge starring Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, Dennis Quaid, Gene Hackman and Richard Dreyfuss. 
The film, based on the semi-autobiographical novel by the late Carrie Fisher, is about an actress who is a recovering drug addict (Streep) and her relationship with her ageing mother (MacLaine) also an actress.

Attendance is free to all members and their guests. A pre-screening supper €20 main course and a glass of wine available from 19.00hrs. Reservations to Catering Office here

RIYC CRUISING TALK - THURSDAY, 2nd FEBRUARY 19.30 hrs

Presented by Des Cummins & Storme Delaney

Six men over 60
16 days - ARC 2015
Nine men and me
19 days - ARC 2016

 
Come along and hear about their exploits in the ARC over two years.  
The talk commences at 19.30 hrs followed by supper afterwards in the Dining Room, €27.00 per person, guests welcome, Members’ table available. 
Book with Catering here

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

The Membership Committee are actively seeking new Members. If you have family, friends or colleagues who are interested in joining RIYC, now is the time to get in touch.
The Secretary is on hand to answer any questions or queries you may have and of course can supply you with the necessary paperwork. Contact her by e-mail HERE or by telephone on 01-2809452 ext. 2