News and Events

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HPYC now allow dogs in the Club House

April 2024

We recently changes our rules to allow Members to bring their well behaved dogs into the Club House. This has been debated within the Club for a while as a rule change that is welcomed by families with pet dogs. Previously, they would need at least one person outside caring for their dog. Not so much of a problem on a nice day, but as we all know the Great British Summer does not guarantee fine weather.


HPYC Hosting Pier to Pier Swim

July 2023

For the second year running, Hampton Pier Yacht Club will be hosting the annual ActiveLife Pier to Pier Swim. Registrations and secure bag storage will be at the Clubhouse. Competitors will also have use of the Club's changing rooms and toilets, plus refreshments and "energy bar" snacks will be available. Membership of the Club is open to non sailors including kayakers and open water swimmers, so this a good time to take a look at the facilities if you are interested. Please note that fees are discounted by 50% if joining in July.


Curry Night

June 2023

It is the Club's annual curry night on 17th June . Home made curries and entertainment. The night starts at 7:30 and costs £12. Please RSVP to by 12th June .

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Coronation Party

April 2023

Please come along to have some fun and to support the Club as we celebrate the new King's coronation on Bank Holiday Monday, 8 May , starting at 14:00 . This is open to all, not just Club members, so please also feel free to circulate the attached poster as widely as you may wish to include family and/or friends - the more the merrier! There is no charge for attendance.

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New RS Fusion arrives

11th March 2023

The RS Fusion that we ordered last year has just arrived. This will be added to our training fleet and is ideal for training as there is room for 2 adults, but can also be sailed single-handed.

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HPYC awarded £500 from the Opportunities Fund

March 2023

The Club was recently awarded two grants from the "Opportunities Fund" for activities that improve the safety and well being of the local community. £200 was donated towards the cost of a replacement battery for the defibrillator and £300 towards the new safety boat trailer. We would like to pass on our thanks to Grace Paget and Councillor Peter Vickery-Jones for their support of the Club.