Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club
Williamstown • Est 1904 • Australia
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The club is made up of boating enthusiasts whether they cruise, race in NavRallys or enjoy the water, we have a strong social culture and a commitment to the local boating community.
We currently have 250 members, some of which own their own boats, but, its not a condition of membership. If you're interested in boating and want to see more of the bay then you are welcome to join in with members on out scheduled social boating events.
Perched on the waters edge in Williamstown the club has expansive views of Melbourne, if you are a kindred club member, book
a temporary berth or just come and enjoy a meal or drink in our clubhouse and then explore the historical port of Williamstown.
The Members Bar on the first floor is open to club members, their guests and kindred club members only. Members are asked to book early to avoid disappointment.
I am pleased to announce the opening of our new clubhouse. I hope to encourage participation and continue the unique culture of our hundred year old club and heighten the boating experience of all members and their guests.
Members, their guests and kindred club members are welcome to visit and enjoy our new facilities at any time.
Commodore Simon Mills
The Club Office NEW Number 03 9393 2888
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Bar and Club Office Hours >
Bar opening hours
Wednesday & Friday
(Bar and snacks) 5-10pm
Breakfast 9.00 to 12.00pm (bar snacks through the day),
Dinner 6.00 to 9.00pm
Breakfast 9.00 to 11.30am,
Lunch 12.00 to 2.30pm
A cash bar will operate until the member card system is installed and running. Members are asked to book for meals.
Each booking will recieve 1 FREE coffee or glass of wine
Office opening hours
Mon-Friday 9am - 4pm
Telephone: 03 9393 2888
Wednesday Members Draw Results >
Now up to $1,200! - so be
here on the night to WIN!
Wednesday 27 August $750
John Savage 'NIA'
Wednesday 3 September $800 Ken Rogers 'NIA'
Wednesday 10 September $850 Ian Field 'NIA'
Wednesday 17 September $900 Rhonda Gibson 'NIA'
Wednesday 24 September $950 Paul Haig 'NIA'
Wednesday 1 October $1,000 Craig Munro 'NIA'
Wednesday 8 October $1,050 Cecily Bourchier ‘NIA’
Wednesday 16 October $1,100 Mark Folley ‘NIA’
Wednesday 22 October $1,150 Kevin Wickham 'NIA'
2014 Footy Tipping Results >
Well done to Ray Lopez who topped the footy tipping this year.
1st receives $544
2nd receives $378
3rd receives $162
Contact the club office to
redeem your prize.
Duty Officer Roster >
6-7 G MILES
13-14 L ANDOLFATTO
20-21 G O’CONNELL
27-28 S CUTAJAR
4-5 S MILLS
11-12 C ACKERMAN
18-19 J ZAMMIT
25-26 P DOHERTY
1-2 G MILES
8-9 L ANDOLFATTO
15-16 G O’CONNELL
22-23 S CUTAJAR
29-30 S MILLS
6-7 C ACKERMAN
13-14 J ZAMMIT
20-21 P DOHERTY
27-28 G MILES
MARCONI NAV RALLY >
Sunday 9 November 2014
SUNDAY 9 NOVEMBER
The RVMYC Marconi Nav rally will be run again on Sunday 9 November at 09.25 hours. Lunch will be provided to the Skipper and Navigator in the Bistro after the event. Please ensure you book.
For further details or any boats requiring a berth for the evening prior to the event, please contact Rear Commodore John Zammit on email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call 0418 587 799
RVMYC EDUCATION NIGHTS >
Doug Jarvis - Melbourne Waterways
Wednesday 29 October;
Doug Jarvis, Melbourne Waterways Manager (and board member for Superyacht Australia) will speak about Docklands and the new and exciting developments happening there.
Darren Wloch - WSFGC
Wednesday 05 November; Darren Wloch from Williamstown Sports Fishing and Game Club (WSFGC) will share his secrets on how to catch snapper in Port Phillip Bay.
Also on this night we will have members from WSFGC visiting and we will announce new rules for the forthcoming Ian Dougall Memorial Fishing Challenge to be held on 14-16 November. This year new rules will apply, so its very important for participants for the Fishing Challenge to come on this night.
Wednesday 19 November;
Brian Wilson General Manager, Communications - Port of Melbourne Corporation Untangling the Webb – what redeveloping Webb Dock means for Melbourne & the Bay. An insight and a presentation on the Webb Dock redevelopment.
Ted Williams - BOM
Wednesday 10 December;
Ted Williams from the BOM to talk about "Weather Events in Port Phillip and Bass Strait".
Presentations will start directly after the members draw at 7.30pm.
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MOTOR YACHT CLUB
260 Nelson Place
Williamstown, Victoria 3016
Phone: 03 9393 2888