Teign Corinthian Yacht Club
Welcome to the website for Teign Corinthian Yacht Club based in Teignmouth in South Devon.
There is an active round-the-cans yacht racing fleet in the club and races are held every Wednesday evening in the summer with the races being started from the clubhouse.
The club also has a very active dinghy section with dinghy sailing taking place at the club’s second property at Coombe Cellars on the South bank of the River Teign estuary. Because of the sheltered nature of this location, dinghy racing takes place all year round.
Training is a vital part of the club’s activities encouraging new members and beginners to acquire and improve their sailing skills and the club is an accredited RYA Training Centre.
We have an active cadet section and have very close links to other youth organisations in the local area encouraging young people to take part in water-based activities.
Regular Club Nights and social events are held at the Eastcliff clubhouse which has bar and full catering facilities.
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This turned out to be an excellent event with 18 Solo's taking part including 7 visiting helms. Jonathan Otter, a member of Papercourt Sailing Club, had traveled from Surrey to take part in this three race regatta. On his return home he wrote a blog for circulation...read more
A reminder that this year's TCYC Solo Open Meeting will be held on Saturday 30th September at Coombe Cellars. Three races to be sailed back to back. First race is scheduled to start at 12.30pm It would be great to see the majority of our twenty plus Solos which are...read more
After extensive planning, a great deal of very hard work by a small working group led by Jane & Peter, the day got off to a great start with glorious weather showing off the view from the balcony to its very best. Numerous members from Combe Cellars and Eastcliff...read more
People lined the beach and back beach today to watch the two-masted brig Stavros S Niarchos owned by the Tall Ships Youth Trust arrive in the harbour. The ship was accompanied by a flotilla of local small boats that formed a welcome party at the entrance to the...read more