Our Club

The Royal Motor Yacht Club Port Hacking, founded in 1934 is a not for profit club which, over the years, has built a proud and interesting history and relationships with members and the local community.

Situated on Gunnamatta Bay, RMYC Port Hacking has direct access to the waterfront to enhance your life on the water. We offer a range of facilities including a marina, slipway, dry storage, and casual berthing. Learn more about our waterfront facilities here.

RMYC Port Hacking runs numerous sub-clubs that support community life on and around the water as well as membership types to suit everyone. Our location, community spirit, restaurant and bar, and unsurpassed views ensures that our club, your club is a fantastic place to relax, unwind and enjoy all that we have to offer.

There’s always something happening at RMYC Port Hacking!

2022 Club Brochure

Want to know more?

If you would like to know more about our club, becoming a member or coming to one of our events, contact our team on reception by calling 9523 9300 or download our 2022 RMYC Port Hacking Club Brochure.

Our History

The Royal Motor Yacht Club has a long, and royal, history. The original Motor Yacht Club was founded in 1905, and opened its premises at Point Piper in December 1910.



The Port Hacking Rowing and Motor Boat Club operated at Lilli Pilli from 1922. In 1932 the name was changed to the Port Hacking Power Boat Club.


Royal Motor Yacht Club of NSW Port Hacking Branch Established

In January 1934, Foundation Commodore Claude Daly and Vice Commodore Frank O’Brian approached the Royal Motor Yacht Club of NSW with a request for the establishment of a branch of the RMYC at Port Hacking. The minutes of the RMYC, Point Piper, dated 30 January 1934, duly recorded the unanimous agreement of the Parent Club Directors.

The official opening of the RMYC Port Hacking’s modest clubhouse on the current site took place on 8 December 1934.


WW11 Involvement

During World War II, the club’s premises were taken over by the Navy to house the Southern Command Headquarters of the Volunteer Coastal Patrol, under the command of Rear Admiral Gould. During this time a number of members’ boats saw service as coastal patrol vessels between Sydney and Wollongong.


Club Refurbishment

Extended and modernised in 1995, and again in 2018, the Club continues to expand to offer a wide-range of facilities to its members and community.


Official Opening of the Floating Marina

In April 2012, the club was proud to open a new floating concrete marina with 64 berths which can accommodate vessels up to 18 meters. Further improvement plans are in place which include the construction of 8 additional berths to meet local demand.


Kitchen & Dining Refurbishment

In 2022, the Club embarked on a refurbishment of its kitchen, dining and lounge areas to create a better experience for its members and community.

Coming soon to the RMYC Port Hacking is a permanent fuel wharf. Offering diesel 7 days a week with discounts applying for RMYC Port Hacking boating members. This will be the most accessible, most affordable, and guaranteed cleanest fuel on Port Hacking!