WELCOME TO ROTHESAY YACHT CLUB
Located on the picturesque Kennebecasis River in Rothesay, NB, and founded in 1907, we are a fixture in the local boating community.
We have a friendly and active membership of both sailors and power boaters, with a welcoming Learn to Sail program
We welcome visitors to our Yacht Club and offer both diesel and premium gasoline at our fuel dock, pumpout services, water and ice onsite. We are a few steps away from fine dining and a local café.
We offer visitor berth spaces and moorings at daily rates.
We offer dockage and moorings for our members and a thriving learn to sail program for children in our community. We are proud to host the RYC Circuit dinghy regatta annually in August.
For information, please visit the links above or call (506) 847-7245
Hello and welcome to Rothesay Yacht Club.
Welcome to Rothesay Yacht Club. Our vibrant, friendly club is situated in the town of Rothesay on the beautiful Kennebacisis River. The river is a spectacular body of water enjoyed by sail and power boats of all sizes, canoes, kayaks and paddle boards. We have a picturesque clubhouse with an expansive deck overlooking our sheltered harbour, a boat launch ramp for smaller boats and a secure mooring field for those who prefer to moor their boats. Over the years our club has expanded the breakwater and improved our docks and services. In 2022 we also expanded our facilities to include a Fuel Dock and a Pump-Out station which is available to all boats on the River.
Rothesay Yacht Club is a private member owned and driven club and our success is due to the contribution of our members who share a love of boating. All members are encouraged to help by volunteering which helps to keep costs down and the club running smoothly.
We are proud of our successful Learn to Sail Program which serves our members and our community by teaching sailing skills to children and adults.
In 2022 we hope to be able to resume our calendar of social activities in accordance with public health guidelines.
I look forward to seeing everyone at the club.
George Fisk, Commodore