Bray Sailing Club is based in Bray's compact little harbour about 1.5 miles North of the prominent Bray Head. The harbour is located at the outlet of the River Dargle which flows along its North wall with an outgoing stream throughout the tidal cycle.
There are three public pontoons on the North wall of the harbour which should be usable for most craft for a couple of hours each side of HW. Outside of this range, you'll need a vessel which can take the ground.
Bray Sailing Club moorings are on the South side of the harbour and there are often free moorings available, so please contact us if you are considering staying for a while. For vessels which can't take the ground, we have laid a visitor mooring just outside the harbour, to the north of the end of the north pier.
Visiting skippers and crew are welcome to enjoy a drink in our recently refurbished clubhouse with some of the best views on the east coast of Ireland and to avail of the club's changing rooms and showers.