Royal Akarana Yacht Club has officially moved into the Auckland Sailing Club building.
As such, RAYC is now closed to all members and visitors.
The Akarana Bar & Cafe are also closed at the RAYC site.
The new Akarana Bar & Cafe, located upstairs at Auckland Sailing Club, will be open on Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th December with a limited menu. Please note, we are closed on Friday 2nd December.
Please standby for further updates.
Please Note: Our landline is currently offline. You can contact us via the following numbers:
Andrew Brookland (General) – 021 639 933
Suellen Hurling (Yachting/Membership) – 021 892 004
Shelley Liefting (Academy) – 027 485 1226
Naomi Hicken (Cafe/Functions) – 027 235 9788
Kerry Ash (Accounts) – 021 042 8760
Eligible members can begin moving into the paddling containers from Monday 28 November. Depending on how fast Armstongs can get the locks sorted, this may be brought forward to Saturday 26th November. An update will be provided in the Royal Akarana Paddlers Facebook group.
Anything remaining in the dinghy lockers after the 1st December will be sold or thrown out. Please ensure you have all your items removed
Pre-Demolition Building Inspection
Scheduled for the week beginning Monday 28 November
It’s not the building that makes a club, it’s the people inside.
But it’s time to upgrade. Our current building has been going strong since 1952 and has seen a lot of action over the years. And while the building may be going, the memories will live on forever. Now it’s time to get excited about our next chapter, in a state of the art facility that will continue to provide pathways to the sea.
HYUNDAI MARINE SPORTS CENTRE
Auckland, New Zealand
The future home of Royal Akarana Yacht Club