Kellett Island in Causeway Bay is the Club's principal base, and acts as parent site to the two smaller branches of the Club at Middle Island in Repulse Bay and Shelter Cove near Sai Kung.
The Clubhouse enjoys an extensive view of Hong Kong Island's dramatic skyscraper-studded coastline and across the harbour to Kowloon. The site also boats unequaled access to Kong Kong Harbour, where the Club's enthusiastic sailors gather every weekend to race.
Kellett Island has undergone radical changes over the past century, almost mirroring the growth of Hong Kong itself. The dynamic pace of development has seen rapid reclamation reach out to firmly link this once isolated island to Hong Kong's harbour front. In fact, the front of the Kellett Island site is believed to be the only 'original' landscape along the waterfront!
The Club itself has been the site of huge change over the years. A simple clubhouse with moorings in the early 19th century, the Kellett Island site now boasts lavish sporting and social facilities that match the Club's vision of being the 'Premier Yacht Club in Asia'.
The Clubhouse exudes elegance and comfort throughout.
Located midway between Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay on the south side of Hong Kong Island, the idyllic Middle Island site provides facilities for dinghy sailing, rowing and sail training. It is here that the Club's fleet of dinghies is kept.
Accessible only by the Club's own sampan ferry, the Middle Island site underwent extensive refurbishment in 2013. It boasts an impressive Clubhouse, bar, BBQ terrace, fully equipped function and meeting rooms, extensive locker and changing facilities as well as its own private beach.
Rowing is another core sport at Middle Island where many of the Club's rowing boats are kept. Regular training courses are held here as well as competitive regattas in the sheltered waters of Deep Water Bay.
The fully equipped function rooms provide an ideal venue for mid-week meetings and seminars and can easily be combined with on the water activity and various food and beverage options.
Located in a convenient bay in Sai Kung, the principal function of the Shelter Cove site is as a base for Cruisers, Dragons and Sportsboats.
The site provides an easy opportunity for Members to just pack their bags, rig the sails, and get far and away from urban Hong Kong to enjoy the open seas and beautiful mountainous scenery of the New Territories.
There are 150 moorings at Shelter Cove, which can accommodate every size of boat from small day boats to ocean cruisers. The site also has a Member's car park, bar, restaurant and BBQ terrace.
A new marina facility with 46 pontoon berths was completed in 2006.