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  • Freitags 17.00 Uhr - 21.00 Uhr
  • Samstags 14.00 Uhr - 21:30
  • Sonntags 12.00 Uhr - 19:00

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Herzlich Willkommen am British Yacht Club

Deine fragen , unsere antworten - alles, was du wissen musst.

Bei weiteren Fragen schreib uns gerne eine Mail an [email protected] oder per Kontaktformular. Tischreservierungen ab 15 Personen möglich. Maximal 4 Wochen voraus.

Ca. 150 Personen passen in den Saal (mindestens 70 Personen)

Ab 01.04.24: 15 € brutto Servicepauschale pro Person (Tischdecken, Geschirr, Gläser, Personal)

  • kostenloser Saal
  • exklusiv reservierter und ausgewiesener Terrassenbereich – der andere Teil des British Yacht Clubs ist weiterhin für die Öffentlichkeit frei zugänglich
  • kostenloses Bedienungspersonal
  • kostenlose Reinigung
  • Caterer ist frei wählbar
  • Reservierungen sind maximal 18 Monate vor der Veranstaltung möglich. Sie müssen spätestens vier Monate vor der Veranstaltung schriftlich absagen, wenn der Termin nicht wahrgenommen wird.
  • Sollte der Termin in den vier Monaten vor der Veranstaltung abgesagt werden, wird eine Stornogebühr in Höhe von 1.000 € berechnet.
  • Bei Interesse an einer Veranstaltung im BYC schreiben Sie uns:   [email protected]

Es stehen kostenfreie Parkplätze auf einer Wiese an der Dümmerstraße zur Verfügung (350m vom BYC). Weitere kostenpflichtige Parkplätze finden Sie beim „Haus am See“ in der Birkenallee.

  • Dekoration erfolgt durch den Gastgeber. 
  • Um die Musik/DJ kümmern sich die Gastgeber in Eigenregie.
  • Musik bis maximal 04.00 Uhr.
  • Sollte Musik mit einem Laptop /Handy über eine Anlage gewünscht sein, stellen wir die Anlage für 250 € zur Verfügung.
  • Hotel Post, Lembruch – www.hotel-garni-zur-alten-post.de
  • Hotel Stratmanns Haus am See**** – www.stratmanns-hausamsee.de
  • Marissa Ferienpark, Lembruch – www.marissa-ferienpark.de
  • Die Anlieferung von Deko, Aufbau des DJ´s und Abholung von Geschenken erfolgt über die Dümmerstraße. Dies ist nur vormittags und nach Absprache möglich. PKWs und Anhänger können nicht am BYC direkt abgestellt werden. Mit Brautwagen kann nicht bis zum Yacht Club vorgefahren werden. Auf dem gesamten Deich gilt ein Befahrensverbot.
  • Im Frühjahr und Sommer besteht die Gefahr der Bildung von Blaualgen und Fliegen, die ggf. in diesen Monaten eine Feierlichkeit durch die direkte Nähe zum Dümmer negativ beeinträchtigen können.
  • Freie Trauungen bieten wir nicht an.
  • Konfettikanonen sind bei uns nicht erlaubt.
  • Mutwillige Zerstörungen und Sachbeschädigungen werden in Rechnung gestellt.

Damit das Fest reibungslos gelingen kann müssen wir uns gemeinsam zwingend an die Lautstärkevorgaben halten.

Der Dümmer ist eingebettet in den Naturpark Dümmersee und der BYC liegt mittendrin und ist zusätzlich umgeben von Ferienhaussiedlungen. Dies bedeutet, dass mit der Lautstärke von Musikanlagen maßvoll umgegangen werden muss. In Rücksicht auf die Natur, die erholungsuchenden Anwohner und auch unseren Mitarbeitern.

Dies bedeutet:

  • Im Saal darf die Dezibelgrenze von 95 dB nicht überschritten werden.

Bitte erspart uns und Euch ein nervenzehrendes Ermahnen. Eine „gelbe Karte“ werden wir nicht geben. Die Musik muss bei Verstoß abgestellt werden. Eine Diskussion darüber wird es nicht geben.

  • Moderate Basseinstellung. 
  • Bitte verwendet unter den Subwoofern die Gummimatten. 
  • Außerhalb des Saals dürfen keinesfalls Boxen aufgestellt werden. Die Beschallung der Strandfläche ist untersagt.
  • Die Fenster müssen ab 24.00 Uhr verschlossen werden.

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Welcome aboard, history dbyc.

The DBYC’s chequered history is closely linked to the history of allied West Berlin. The club started life in 1947 – just two years after the defeat of Nazi Germany and some fifteen years before the construction of the Berlin Wall, with the founding of the United Forces Sailing Club and the United Services Yacht Club on the club’s present site. During the 1948 Soviet blockade of West Berlin, when for eleven months the entire western sector of the city was sustained almost wholly by an Allied military air lift, the present DBYC club site played a pivotal role. It served as a fuelling point for Royal Air Force to supply Berlin with fuel. Sunderland flying boats — delivering among other items, coal, salt and baking powder from Hamburg — landed just in front of the present club site on the Havel river.

1952 saw the founding of the Berlin British Yacht Club which catered almost exclusively to British military personnel and their families.  It was not until 1970 that German citizens were permitted to join the club.

The first East German citizen took part in the club’s Grand Slam regatta for the Laser OK- dinghy and Europe classes on the 10th and 11th of November 1989, just two days after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The fall of the Berlin Wall and subsequent German reunification in 1990, rendered the Allies’ military presence in Berlin unnecessary. Their withdrawal was imminent. On November 6, 1991, the club prepared for the inevitable and founded the current DBYC – Deutsch-Britischer Yacht Club with a commitment to uphold the best traditions of German-British sailing and understanding.

The DBYC was officially opened on October 1, 1992. It is an important part of the Berlin sailing scene. Rosemary Spencer, the then head of the Berlin branch of the British embassy to Germany agreed to become an active honorary member and patroness of the club setting a seal on Anglo-German friendship for posterity. On July 2, 1994, the DBYC bade its British BBYC forerunner and its many Allied friends  farewell with a big party. But the DBYC entered stormy waters in 2001 when the new owners of the site, The Federal Republic of Germany, represented by the Federal Property Office (BIMA) demanded a rent increase of more than 400 percent for the land lease. The club is not able to meet the BIMA’s extraordinary financial demands. The price demanded for direct purchase of the site is also way beyond the DBYC’s means. The dispute goes to court. In 2006 after several years of legal wrangling, an agreement is reached by both sides at Berlin’s federal state court, which appears to put the DBYC on a manageable and stable financial footing.

Yet hopes of a secure future are suddenly dashed in 2010 when the BIMA announces that it intends to cancel its lease contract at the end of the year. The DBYC appeals against the BIMA’s decision to both the Federal Chancellery and the Ministry of Finance. Finally in January 2011, both sides agree on a new and affordable lease agreement which allows the club to survive on a sustainable basis. For his efforts in securing the new lease agreement, DBYC member and former club president Professor Frank Judis, was made  honorary club president for life.

Founding of the United Forces Sailing Club and the British United Services Yacht Club. An Inter-Services Sailing Club already existed.

During the Soviet land blockade of the city and the Allied airlift, Berlin is supplied with fuel from the club premises by the British Airforce. For this purpose, a pipeline was laid from RAF Gatow military airfield to the port of the club grounds.

During the Air Lift, sailing activities are moved to a new and temporary club site at the Stoessensee bridge on the Havel river near Spandau. The name of the new club is British Stoessensee Yacth club. After the end of the Soviet blockade in June 1949, British sailing activity returns to the current DBYC site in Kladow. The Stoessensee see club becomes the British Army Canoe Club.

A name plate in the DBYC shows that the club was then called Allied Forces Sailing Club.

To mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, a Coronation Cup regatta is held  at the Stoessensee club indicating that the British Forces sailing went on a two club sites. Later the same year, all sailing activities are moved to the current DBYC site at Kladow and the club is renamed British Berlin Yacht Club

The first Inter Services Regatta is held between competing crews from the British, French and American yacht clubs.

The Inter Services Cup Regatta is renamed Tripartite Regatta and held three times a year with each participating club staging the event in turn. In 1993 the hitherto successful Tripartite series is suspended for nine years as the Allies withdraw from Berlin.

The club premises, then a corrugated iron hut, are demolished to make way for a new clubhouse  – since modified but still standing.

The first German citizens are admitted as members. The old jetties used to refuel RAF sea planes during the Air Lift are demolished to make way for large jetties to meet the club’s growing membership.

The club boatman Ernst Beelitz is killed by a bomb planted on the club’s premises by the so-called June 2. Leftist terrorist gang. He dies after mistakenly detonating the explosive device. The then Rear Commodore of the club, represented by Lt Col B. Steward, the BBYC club manager, creates the Beelitz Trophy in his honour.

New buildings are added to the club. Windsurfing and waterskiing are added to the activities offered.

The Berlin City government provides the BBYC with ten Zugvogel class sailing dinghies. The boats enable the club to start Zugvogel class racing on a regular basis including Frostbite series winter racing.

The club reopens after extensive renovation in August.

November 9. Fall of the Berlin Wall. The first East German citizen took part in the club’s Grand Slam regatta for the Laser OK- dinghy and Europe classes on the 10th and 11th of November 1989, just two days later.

During the Gulf War the club remains closed for security reasons from January 15 until March 23. On November 6, the DBYC is founded with a commitment to uphold the best traditions of German-British sailing and understanding.

The BBYC celebrates its 40th anniversary.

The BBYC hosts the, for the time being,  “last” Tripartite Regatta involving participants from all three allied sailing clubs in Berlin.

On July 2, and with a big party, the club takes leave of the British Berlin Yacht Club  and many of  its allied friends.

The 50th anniversary of the BBYC/DBYC is marked with a summer party. The Tripartite regatta is revived after an interval of nine years. For reasons of cost and logistics – participating boats from the French sailing club in Tegel have to be towed to the DBYC – the event is held in club rotation only once a year.

But the DBYC entered stormy waters in 2001 when the new owners of the site, The Federal Republic of Germany, represented by the Federal Property Office (BIMA) demanded a rent increase of more than 400 percent for the land lease. The club is not able to meet the BIMA’s extraordinary financial demands. The price demanded for direct purchase of the site is also way beyond the DBYC’s means. The dispute goes to court. In 2006 after several years of legal wrangling, an agreement is reached by both sides at Berlin’s federal state court, which appears to put the DBYC on a manageable and stable financial footing.

The DBYC hosts the Berlin Segler-Verband ( Berlin Sailing Association)  end of season event.

The DBYC hosts the annual International championship for the German Zugvogel class. On September 3, the DBYC celebrates the 25th anniversary of its founding.

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Our island outpost was destroyed by Hurricane Irma in 2017, but no storm could extinguish the Bitter End spirit. Supported by a tight-knit community spread across the globe, we salvaged everything we could to build back Bitter End better than ever. We are excited to share our newly imagined nautical village with you. 

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