Malahide Yacht Club has two premises:
The main clubhouse is at St. James’s Terrace in the centre of the town and enjoys spectacular views across Malahide’s Lower Estuary, looking towards the Island Golf Club in Donabate and Lambay Island.
This clubhouse, first built on the site of the original wooden pavilion, was completed in 1980 and was extended in 2003. It comprises a split-level floor layout, a fully licensed bar, and a kitchen and can accommodate up to 100 diners.
The facility is also available on weekdays for business / corporate meetings, meetings of clubs and associations and post-funeral hospitality, with or without the Bar facility. Booking Enquiry
The Dinghy Sailing Centre at the Upper Estuary, known as the Broadmeadows, was re-built in 2012 and provides a modern, state-of-the-art facility for members and visiting sailors.
It comprises spacious changing rooms and showers, a large general-purpose room downstairs and a bigger lounge/viewing gallery upstairs. An office and kitchen facilities are also included in this new building.
The clubhouse is connected to a large dinghy pen capable of holding over 100 boats, several club safety boats and a number of containers housing sailing equipment, engines etc.