Royal Bermuda Yacht Club
The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club (RBYC) is a private yacht club that was established as the Bermuda Yacht Club on November 1, 1844. In 1845, Prince Albert consented to become Patron of the Club and in 1846 the Club was permitted to add the adjective "Royal" to its name. The RBYC flies the blue ensign with the RBYC badge.
The club is also the third oldest 'Royal' club outside British shores.
The Club has co-hosted the biannual Bermuda Race from 1906 to 1926 with various American yacht clubs, and since 1926 with the Cruising Club of America. It also currently hosts the Charleston Bermuda Race.
- William Frith Williams (1848). An Historical and Statistical Account of the Bermudas: From their discovery to the present time.
- Cocktail Internet Database
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