Brokey Yacht Club, Reykjavík is an association for keelboat and dinghy sailing in Reykjavik, Iceland. The club has facilities for keelboats in Reykjavík Harbour and for dinghies in Nauthólsvík. The club hosts several regattas each year and organises courses and training for both dinghy and keelboat sailing.
We welcome new members. Becoming a member is easy: just fill out the form on the Become a member-page and we’ll send you an invoice. As soon as the membership fees are paid you become a full member. Have a look at our Price list for further information.
Brokey was established in 1971 by twelve Icelandic sailing enthusiasts. The club now counts about 200 members. Our facilities include floating docks in Reykjavík Harbour, a clubhouse and club boats of various types. Our docks are open to visiting yachts during the season (may-sept). For more information please contact our Harbour Master . The marina includes basic facilities like water, electricity, showers, toilets and washing machines and the larger Reykjavik Harbour also has ramps, cranes, fuel stations and other boating facilities. Find more information at Marina Guide or Noonsite.
Brokey hosts several races and regattas during each season as well as organising cruises and club activities. For more information don’t hesitate contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are a welcoming and friendly bunch of sailors who will do our best to make you feel at home in our club.
Prices for visiting yachts
- Temporary docking fees: ISK 250 (approximately EUR 2.10 or USD 2.27) per meter of LOA per day.
- Unmetered electricity: 1.000 per day (750 for club members).
Included is access to toilets, showers, washing machines and dryer. A water hose is situated on the pier. The water is free.