Port Douglas Yacht Club

The Port Douglas Yacht Club has a picture perfect location on Dickson Inlet and a club house with an abundance of charm and character. It is situated opposite Port Douglas Reef Marina and adjacent to Closehaven Marina with access off Wharf Street. There are many facilities catering for our cruising visitors as well as function services for weddings, parties and meetings. You can enjoy an ice cold drink and a delicious meal while taking in the stunning views and join in company with the locals and share a tale or two.  Members, guests and visitors are all welcome.

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Australian Sailing Member Protection Policy

Race Week Shop now open to order your polos

Members and visitors please check with the Club,  phone  4099 4386 before coming alongside pontoon.

Race Week Online Shop Open


Order your polos here       Race week site

Personalized polos must be ordered on or before Wednesday March 28th

March 10th, 11th, 17th & 18th - Learn to sail a J24.

March 23rd - Quiz Night

March 24th - Closehaven Cup

March 30th - Easter Rally to Hope Isles

Down load December Newsletter here

2018 Club Program 


Revised NOR issued March 18th.

Download Sailing Instructions Here

Wednesday Afternoon Sailing (WAGS)


Sunset sail followed by dinner and drinks at the club.

 Every Wednesday the Club’s very generous Members volunteer their time and their Yachts to take the public out sailing.

(Weather permitting)            [Minimum age is 18 years.]

For  full details   Click Here

TheYachty Restaurant is Open for Dinner
Wednesday to Sunday  5.30 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Closed Monday & Tuesday

Lunch on weekends   Noon - 2.00 pm

Very exciting and tasty food coming out as you can see on the The Yachty Restaurant Page. Look forward to seeing you all down at The Yachty.

Visitors are always welcome.

Look at the menus on The Yachty page.


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Official Launch of 2018 Quicksilver
Port Douglas Race Week

The official launch of this years Quicksilver Port Douglas Race Week was held on Saturday the 24th February at the Port Douglas Yacht Club.

Rear Commodore Mick Gwilliams addressed the many members and guests in attendance with a brief history of the Clipper Cup which was first raced  in Hawaii in 1972 followed by introductions of all the volunteers who will be helping this year. He also confirmed that Greg Sinclair and Lister Hughes will be returning as the race officials.

He ackn0wledged the support of the major sponsors Quicksilver, Crystal Brook Super Yacht Marina, Mickey Ink, QT resort and Iron Jack.

More details from the launch will be posted on the race week website in the coming week.

Both events  postponed due to appalling/miserable weather forecast.

Summer Trading Hours

The bar is open
Monday to Friday from 4.00pm
Weekends from noon.

The Yachty Restaurant  

Open for Dinner Wednesday to Sunday  5.30 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.
Closed Monday & Tuesday

   Lunch on Weekends
Noon - 2.00 pm

Race Week Start 2018

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