No racing again today (23rd Feb) due to strong winds. Better luck next week!

Squib Broadland Regatta – 28th-29th March 2020

About us…

The Waveney & Oulton Broad Yacht Club is one of the regions premier sailing clubs, and the only one in the broadland area to offer racing 52 weeks of the year.
Situated on the south side of Oulton Broad in Nicholas Everitt Park it boasts an enviable position with views of the whole sailing area from the grounds and each of the three balconies. Facilities include changing facilities, a canteen, stair and lift access to the first floor where there is a large bar area and the race control office or 'the box'. Outside there are two large floating pontoon jetties which offer safe and easy mooring.
WOBYC is a club run by its members for its members.

Events Calendar

Please note - THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS! Events will be added as dates are confirmed.

RYA Safety Boat Course 7th/14th March

WOBYC is running a RYA Safety Boat course over 2 Saturdays in March - 7th and 14th. To do the course you must be at least 16, have held a Powerboat Level 2 certificate for a year and be quite experienced. If you are interested, please email training@wobyc.com for details.

Boxing Day Race

The results of the WOBYC Boxing Day all-comers race for the Jonathan House Salver are now in the Racing results page of the website. Click here.

Congratulations to Arabella Sabberton for a win in gusty conditions.

WOBYC Clothing

We have a range of WOBYC branded clothing available for our members - please see the 'For Sale' page here

Oulton Broad Depth Chart

New Broads Authority depth chart has been added and linked to the site - click here.

Dinghy Park …

If you want to keep your dinghy in the WOBYC dinghy park, please contact Andy Ritchie.                             Email: dinghypark@wobyc.com

Separate rates apply for members and non-members. Rates for 2018 can be found here

End of Season Regatta Sunday 27th October

What a great way to round off the 2019 summer season!

44 boats racing in a good breeze with bright sunshine all day. A big Thank You to the team in the Box for coping with the recording and timing of all the races.

Click here to see the results and here for photos by Andy Royall.

New Page – Abandoned Boats

Andy Ritchie has taken over the running of the dinghy park, the new 'Abandoned Boat' procedure has now been posted and can be found here: http://wobyc.com/abandoned-boats/

More information will follow along with pictures.  

If you would like to email Andy about any dinghy park matters you can get him at dinghypark@wobyc.com.