Howth Yacht Club is one of Ireland's leading private members sailing clubs with its own 250 berth marina.
Ideally located for North and Southbound traffic on the Irish Sea it is well sheltered in all winds and can be entered at any state of tide.
The magnificent and award-winning clubhouse overlooks the marina, and in recent years has been expanded to be of the largest sailing club 'clubhouses' in Ireland and the UK. With good road and rail links, Howth is in easy reach of Dublin Airport and Ferry terminals, making it an obvious choice for crew changeovers.
Telephone: (01) 839 2777
The Marina Office maintains a listening watch on Ch M (37A) and Ch 80 between 0800 and 2130.
Information for visitors:
On arrival - When you arrive you must contact the Marina Office (0800 to 2130 hours), or outside normal office hours, the Club Bar (until 11pm), where you will be asked to complete the visitors berthing form. You may be issued with a swipe card or security code to enable you to access some of the Club facilities, including the Marina, showers and clubhouse.
The Club reserves the right to refuse admission or privileges to any person. Marina berths are generally available and visitors should always contact the Club before arrival to make the necessary arrangements. If arriving outside normal working hours, (0800 to 2130 hours) please berth in the 'Visitors’ berths' on a hammerhead (northern end of each pontoon) or underneath the crane, and report your arrival to the Club Bar-staff. If after 11 please contact the office the next morning.
Howth Yacht Club Marina also provides winter berthing for visiting boats and provides owners with an ideal shelter in the Irish Sea for boats during the winter months.
Open Monday-Friday 0900-1700.
Telephone: (01) 832 2141