THE CLUB IS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2020/2021 SEASON!
Open 7 days. 10am weekdays and 9am weekends.
Your hosts Robyn and David and team are looking forward to hosting you!!
Check out the Bon Accord Bar & Bistro for further details on Times and upcoming events.
You can join the club for the 2020/21 season now!
Your new pontoon is here!
Great news—we got the right weather and the right towing vessel and equipment lined up, and the pontoon made a successful journey up to the Kawau Boating Club! You’ll be able to tie up there over the new season, or anytime you’re out Bon Accord way. This is an important and exciting addition to the club and we’re looking forward to seeing you all stepping onto the pontoon as you head up to your club with family and friends (for some of Davo and Robyn’s legendary hospitality!)
Pontoon dedications—available exclusively to members
How it works
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THE NEW KAWAU BOATING CLUB.
Successor to the wonderful old KIYC (1952), Kawau Boating Club opened its doors Labour Weekend 2014. Since then significant up-grades have taken place to the Clubhouse and facilities, and our new managers David and Robyn Lee are providing top quality service, food and beverages.
Members receive a discount on beverages, free access to showers, water, laundry and Wi-fi access in the Clubhouse. More important though - subscription revenues keep the Club going and help fund the up-grading of facilities. And keep the doors open. Support from the boating community since has been outstanding with almost 800 members by closure for the winter in 2015. Latest boating Club to affiliate is Outboard Boating Club ( Auckland) joining RNZYS, Ponsonby CC, Devonport YC, Richmond YC, Sandspit YC and Mahurangi CC. If this continues, KBC continues. Please join or renew.
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