Over the years RTYC has developed to become one of the best watersports clubs in the country; our facilities are second to none. We are a modern family friendly club with the emphasis on “fun” both on and off the water. All types of craft are catered for with members enjoying themselves in sailing dinghies, keel boats, motor boats and also coastal rowing skiffs. More importantly all tastes are catered for from those that like to enjoy the water at a more leisurely pace to those that revel in competition. We also have a thriving cadet section whereby youngsters can learn to sail in a safe environment.
On the water activity takes place throughout the year in both sailing and rowing, with the principal programmes for both competitive and non-competitive events taking place from April until the end of December.
The Club places a high priority on training and in 2003 established its own training organisation, Tay Sail Training, which is registered as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation.
Training is available for beginners and more advanced training is provided for adults and young people in both sailing and rowing as well as power boating. The Club is fully approved as an official training centre by RYA, the governing body for sailing, and accordingly can run courses and award certificates under the national schemes.
And at RTYC it doesn’t all happen on the water as the club offers its members and guests, shore based facilities that are second to none. This includes our prestigious new main clubhouse with a great range of facilities which is used for club social events and member’s private functions. More details can be obtained by clicking the appropriate tabs on our web site.
The club welcomes new sports and social members so if you would like to learn more please make contact with us.