The North Wales Cruising Club was founded in 1928 for yachtsmen and boat owners who enjoy sailing to the beautiful anchorages and marinas of Anglesey and the Irish Sea.

On the water events are arranged throughout the year, including weekend trips to the Menai Strait and around Anglesey as well as longer trips which take advantage of the expansive sailing area to the Isle of Man, Ireland and the West Coast of Scotland.

The Club has its own launches for ferrying members and crew to and from boats, across the harbour and to the marinas at Conwy and Deganwy.

We welcome visitors to the clubhouse which is conveniently located near the town quay, inside the Conwy town walls and just behind the “Liverpool Arms” public house. The clubhouse is open to members for access to showers and utility facilities and to visitors during bar opening hours.

Visitors can gain access by ringing the bell. A key-card may be hired by visitors staying longer than a day for £5.00 returnable at the end of the stay, in order to gain access to showers and facilities.

We have a comfortable lounge bar, coffee machine, showers, washing machine, tumble drier and kitchen, as well as the chart room which is used for our training programme and social events.

The club has a great social scene with an extensive programme of traditional and modern social events throughout the year.


 

Bar Hours – Winter to 31st March

Lunchtime Evening
Monday – Wednesday Closed all day
Thursday – Friday 12:00 – 14:00 20:00 – 23:00
Saturday 12:00 – 16:00* 20:00 – 23:00
Sunday 12:00 – 16:00* Closed

 

* Bar will stay open Saturday and Sunday afternoons if in use by members with sufficient demand. For full information about the bar and services, please click here.

Club Launch – Winter to 31st March

Weekdays 10:00 – 14:00
Weekends 09:00 – 16:00

All the above are start and finish times from the Conwy Jetty and may be subject to change due to accessibility because of the tide. For full operating details, including costs and restrictions, please click here.

Where are we?

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 3/2019

Aid to Navigation Port “Mussel Bank” Fl.R(2).5s is now on its charted position: 53º 07’.27 N 004º 20’.90W.

David John O’Neill
Caernarfon Harbour Master

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 2/2019

Aid to Navigation Starboard No C1 Fl G 5s is not on its appropriate station.

Present Position: 53º 07’.120 N 004º 24’.224 W

Mariners are advised that this notice hereby replaces Notice 16/2018. Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.

David John O’Neill
Caernarfon Harbour Master

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 1/2019

Aid to Navigation Port “Mussel Bank” Fl.R(2).5s is not on its appropriate station

Position: 53º 07’.277 N 004º 20’.813 W.

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.

David John O’Neill
Caernarfon Harbour Master

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 16/2018

Aid to navigation Starboard No C1 Fl G 5s is not on its appropriate station.

Present position: 53º 07’.095 N 004º 24’.453 W

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in this area.

David John O’Neill
Caernarfon Harbour Master

Rhyl Harbour Notice to Mariners 09/2018

Rhyl Harbour Pont y Ddraig Pedestrian Bridge Works

All mariners are to be advised that annual maintenance to Pont y Ddraig pedestrian bridge will commence on Monday 5th November for a period of up to 5 days, there may be occasions whereby the bridge will be non-operational.

All mariners are advised to contact the Harbour office prior to entering or departing Rhyl Harbour.

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 15/2018

From the date of this notice until 20/12/18 the dredger “Little Orme” will be operating within Victoria Dock. The Dock will be closed to visiting vessels for the duration of the dredging operation.

A floating discharge pipe has been installed extending 50m North West from the entrance of Victoria Dock and is marked on the seaward side with a North Cardinal Fl W.

Vessels wishing to enter or exit the Dock must contact the Dock Master at least 24 hours in advance to arrange authorisation.

Mariners are advised to navigate with the upmost caution in this area.

Mariners are advised that this notice hereby cancels Notice 12/2018

David John O’Neill
Caernarfon Harbour Master

Conwy Notice to Mariners 09/2018

All mariners are advised that coordinates of the new Conwy Harbour low water access pontoon are as follows:

53˚17’7”N 003˚49’50”W
53˚17’8”N 003˚49’47”W

53˚17’9”N 003˚49’47”W
53˚17’8”N 003˚49’47”W

An annotated chart and photograph are included for reference purposes only. An official chart correction will be issued by the UK Hydrographic Office.

Caernarfon Notice to Mariners 12/2018

From the date of this notice until 20/12/18 the dredger “Little Orme” will be operating within Victoria Dock. The Dock will be closed to visiting vessels for the duration of the dredging operation.

A floating discharge pipe has been installed extending 50m North West from the entrance of Victoria Dock and is marked on the seaward side with an unlit yellow special Mark.

Vessels wishing to enter or exit the Dock must contact the Dock Master at least 24 hours in advance to arrange authorisation.

Mariners are advised to navigate with the upmost caution in this area.

David John O’Neill
Caernarfon Harbour Master

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