These are exciting times for Royal Tay Yacht Club – we are in course of moving to a new and modern clubhouse which is located beside our large carpark in Ogilvie Road, West Ferry, and is adjacent to our main watersports facilities at Grassy Beach.

RTYC has existed for well over 100 years at West Ferry Bay and this move will consolidate our position as one of the premier watersports clubs in Scotland, if not UK.

The new clubhouse, which is known as Glenogil House, is currently undergoing conversion from a private dwelling and will contain many features which are ‘custom-made’ and appropriate for the clubhouse of a  leading watersports club.

The new clubhouse will have superb, modern facilities and will be open to members and their guests from morning to evening 7 days per week. Facilities in the clubhouse include: wet room, cadet room, accessible toilets, commercial kitchen, dining facilities, members kitchen, lounge and other seating areas. Externally there is a sheltered patio with great views over our dinghy park to the River Tay, a rock garden, electric vehicle charging points, bike racks and more.

Glenogil House will be a great addition to our extensive range of watersports facilities at Grassy Beach.

In addition to sailing and rowing we have a regular programme of social activities.

We are targeting to open our new clubhouse before Christmas in December, 2022 at which time we shall say ‘farewell’ to our old clubhouse Fort William House which has served the club well for many years.

If you would like to join RTYC please click the link here.