Established in 1904 our not-for-profit club provides direct access to the beautiful waters of Moreton Bay for all off-the-beach sailing classes and provides significant physical and mental health benefits to our community of members, volunteers & visitors as well as developing and honing their sailing and racing skills.
As well as hosting the iconic Peel Island Marathon open to all sailing classes around Easter each year, we race every Sunday from around September to April (Summer Season) and around every second Sunday from around May to August with short breaks between seasons and over Christmas. Additionally, we provide individualised training for aspiring youth and adult sailors in our 2-3 person dinghys as well as opportunities to progress onto high performance racing catamarans.
New Members and Visiting Racers
Our Club welcomes all new members whether you're an experienced sailor, a beginner or just like messing around with sailboats and provides you the opportunity to hang-out with a great bunch of people during our racing / social / training days or destination sails and gain access to our wonderful facilities and safety vessels! We also run annual awards nights and Christmas parties. As an Australian Sailing affiliated club, our members are provided a resonably priced pathway to racing at regattas across Australia as well as Australian Sailing membership and personal liability insurance.
Members of other Australian Sailing affiliated clubs can sail and experience the benefits of our club for just $20 (keep an eye on our Club Calendar).
Social Sailing and Learning to Sail
Do you have a sailboat gathering dust at home? Sick of rigging on asphalt and concrete carparks? Sick of competing for space with power boats? CLEVELAND YACHT CLUB IS FOR YOU!
What is on offer? - Access direct to the beautiful waters of Moreton Bay with supervision from both land and sea to ensure that in the event of a gear or crew failure ( we all know skippers never err) a safety boat and qualified crew will rush to your aid to ensure your safety and provide assistance should you require help in righting your craft, making temporary repairs, attending to any minor injuries or providing a tow back to the Club.
Alternatively, if you know nothing about sailing, still get confused between your port and starboard or the last time you sailed was when you were a kid, then we offer individualised training for youths and adults for $80 on Sunday mornings, including boat hire and joining in the racing afterwards if you like. Find out more including how to register at our Learn to Sail information page.
Storage and facilities are available for paddler members of all varieties with the core group paddling surf skis from the club on specific Saturdays and ad-hoc during the week. Refer to the Club Calendar for specific dates.
If you want to improve your paddling skills and overall fitness individually or in a group environment then this is the group for you.
Know about sailing or power boats and just want to spend time on our beautiful bay giving back to the sailing community? Contact us, we would love to have a chat!
Our canteen provides reasonably priced food, drinks and alcohol (after the race!) for our hungry sailors, volunteers and supporters. Payments accepted include cash, direct deposit and card (1.9% surcharge applies to EFT/Credit Card payments).
Know about sailing or power boats and just want to spend time on our beautiful bay giving back to the sailing community?
If you have an interest in sailing, have questions or need more information,
do not hesitate to contact us, or better yet,
come and pay us a visit on a Sunday where you can meet our friendly and helpful members,
and check out the sailing from the deck overlooking the beautiful Moreton Bay.
COVID 19 Update
The health and safety of our members and guests are a high priority. All members and their guests are asked to take sensible and usual precautions to protect themselves and others using the Club, and practice good sanitation protocols.