75 Lower Parriwi Road, The Spit, Mosman NSW 2088
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Discover Sailing @ MHYC




Term 4 bookings and Summer Holiday Camps are now available. Our Sunday sailing opens up on October the 31st giving us a full 8 week term for courses. 

Please Note: This date is still subject to final approval from NSW Health. All modelling shows we will be able to open before this date. However, if due to unforseen circumstances we are unable to open on this date all course costs will be reduced on a pro-rata basis.



Sailing is the perfect way to get outdoors, challenge yourself and make new friends.

The Middle Harbour Yacht Club is a recognised and accredited Discover Sailing Centre (DSC), through the national regulator Australian Sailing.

We offer sailing lessons for children as Holiday camps in school holidays, or weekly sessions throughout the school terms. MHYC provides sessions for all abilities from beginners right through to our elite level training programs that see our young members competing at a national and international level.

We are dedicated to providing high quality programs in a fun and safe environment. Delivering courses with a range of pathways to help our kids enter and enjoy a lifelong love of sailing.

Boats and lifejackets are provided for all beginner courses and our instructors are all highly trained and qualified to deliver our programs in a safe and successful manner.


For more information or to find the right course for you click on the images below.














Our History

MHYC has a proud tradition of developing young sailors, culminating in the success of Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page winning Gold in the 470 Men's at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. MHYC is now also the home base for the Australian Sailing Team (AST), with all of the recent Olympians training and based out of the club. This has helped the AST have their best ever result at an Olympics with local sailor Malcolm Page becoming the most successful 470 sailors in the world, with a second Gold medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

More recently, the Australian Sailing Team also brought home medals from the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, including; one Gold medal (Tom Burton) and three Silver medals (Lisa Darmanin/Jason Waterhouse; Iain Jensen/Nathan Outteridge; plus, Will Ryan/Mat Belcher). Additionally, at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, the Australian Paralympic Sailing team also brought home medals in each of Paralympic Sailing Classes, including two Gold medals and one Silver medal.




Upcoming at the MHYC Discover Sailing Centre...