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Birzebbuga Sailing Club
 Birzebbuga ,  Malta
(+356) 2165 8787
Dinghy sailing at Birzebbuga Bay goes back to the early fifties. The spectacular wooden Latini boats heralding from the three Cities of Malta and from Birzebbuga raced in the limits of the bay at St. Georges and Marsaxlokk area. Since then Birzebbuga Bay has been known as the centre for the development of high level competitive dinghy sailing. Birzebbuga Sailing Club was initiated by ex Latini sailors in 1969. Since then BSC achieved the highest national honours of 'Champions' and "Helmsmen of the Year", many times over. Club sailors raced on various classes of dinghies, especially on Marauders, Mirrors, Miracles, Dolphins and currently on Lasers. They represented Malta in major international games and won medals for Malta at the Small Nations of Europe Games. At BSC sailing for children on Mirrors and Optimists is a regular activity all the year round. Club's sailors range in ages from 7- 60 plus. It includes male and female sailors of all ages. Sailing Courses and day sailing tasters for adult beginners are offered every year for groups or individuals on demand. The Club participates in activities organised by the Malta Sports Council under the auspices of the Ministry of Education. BSC runs courses for children through SkolaSajf and SkolaSport. It collaborates with the Malta Sailing Federation and with other sailing clubs. BSC also runs an annual five day sailing course for Physical Education student teachers of the University of Malta.
Malta Cruising Club
Ta' Zannar, Triq San Gwann Gharghur GHR1303,  Malta

The main objective of the MALTA CRUISING CLUB is to facilitate the enjoyment of cruising by creating a platform to enable seasoned club members to share their experiences with newcomers and less experienced sailors. The club organizes various activities aimed at promoting cruising in the Mediterranean and these include talks and discussions during the winter season, training courses for new skippers and frequent local and overseas trips. Although recognising that cruising is essentially an individual endeavour, cruising in company can give essential support for those crossing the seas for the first time as well as providing companionship. The Club's aim is to organize lectures, talks and presentations in order to achieve this aim, to go and visit as many ports as possible. The Club is lucky enough to be based in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, with hundreds of locations within reach. Friendships are created and sailing with others brings about safety in numbers.

Royal Malta Yacht Club
Ta' Xbiex Seafront Ta' Xbiex XBX 1028,  Malta
(+356) 2133 3109
+356 2133 1131
The Royal Malta Yacht Club is a private yacht club rich in history and a favorite port of call for reciprocal members from all over the world. Sheltered in Ta'Xbiex Marina, the RMYC is the ideal spot to cast off for a cruise or for fishing at any time of the year, and it complements the great life style that Malta offers: sports... shopping... art galleries... schools... restaurants and wonderful weather. Founded in 1835, the RMYC is the founding member of the Malta Sailing Federation. The club is member controlled and each full member has a voice in the use and care of the club's facilities and services. Membership spans age and professional experience. In this private, year-round club, the only limitation is how much members want to participate. Whether a member owns a boat or not, the Royal Malta Yacht Club offers the benefits of a private social club with extraordinary services and facilities.
Vikings Sailing Club
Haywharf Floriana ,  Malta
+356 99420478
The Vikings Sailing Club (VSC) was founded in 1984 by the late Hector Borg Carbott and a few friends as a non-profit organization. The Club is run by volunteers, with the objective of facilitating and promoting sailing especially with the young, promoting good sportsmanship and seamanship and organizing racing, social, educational and informative activities in relation to the sport of sailing. VSC offer a broad rangt of activities including regular educational talks, social activities for the whole age spectrum of its members, as well as higher profile events so as to promote sailing to the general public and to raise funds for philanthropic causes through taster sessions and sailing marathons. Besides the traditional races, the Vikings Sailing Club organises fun races, adventure cruises, night cruises, and much, much more. While the club focuses mainly on sailing, particular importance is also given to social activities such as barbecues, dinners, camping, social outings to places of interest and so on.