Naval Point Club

The Club was established in 2001 following the amalgamation of the Banks Peninsula Cruising Club est. 1932; and the Canterbury Yacht and Motor Boat Club est. 1921.

Naval Point Club has excellent facilities, is an all-tide venue and offers many services to its members. A comprehensive member's handbook is published yearly listing the full race calendar, social and cruising events, membership, fleet registers, contact details and Club rules. The Club's active fleets include vessels from the small Optimist dinghies to large keel boats, with substantial numbers of trailer yachts, catamarans and dinghies. 

With over 750 members the Club, based at Magazine Bay in Lyttelton, provides opportunities for boats of all classes, including junior/youth dinghies, senior dinghies, windsurf, trailer yachts, keelboats, powerboats, waka, jet-ski, kayaks, stand up paddle boarders, swimmers and other open water sports.

Naval Point welcomes anyone interested in open water sports - let us help you access the fantastic water of Lyttelton Harbour/Whakaraupo and the wonderful bays of Banks Peninsula/Horomaka.
 

  • Courses
  • Events
  • Learn to Sail
  • Haulout / Boat Storage
  • Venue Hire
  • Catering Facilities
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Erskine Point, Lyttelton, Christchurch 8082, New Zealand

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