The Royal Malta Yacht Club has a deep commitment to yachting and organises a full programme of racing and social activities throughout the year. Located right on the water in Ta’ Xbiex Marina the Club offers extraordinary facilities which include a lounge bar and dining area with outdoor terraces, roof top terrace, conference rooms, a fitness room with changing rooms, waterfront facilities for small boats and a seasonal marina for larger boats.
Rotary Club Malta was established on the 6th October 1967 as the first Rotary Club in Malta. Rotary is a service club which enables members to provide assistance to our local communities as well as to those far away. Rotary Club Malta has been involved in numerous projects over this time, both in Malta and overseas.
It is the oldest Polo Club in Europe, even older than Hurlingham in England and the second oldest in the world, after the first Club was founded in India. The polo academy offers outstanding tuition for all levels of rider and player, including beginners and to the more experienced players.
The Marsa Sports Club is a non-profit private members’ club run by a Main Committee of Management which has overall control of all the Sections and Ancillary Clubs. The facilities also include 19 tennis courts, 5 squash courts, a large swimming pool, billiards tables, croquet, a fitness studio, excellent catering facilities and above all a friendly and wholesome family atmosphere for the 2,500 membership of all nationalities and from all walks of life for most of whom the Club is like a second home. The Club also welcomes several visitors every year and has a generally open doors policy to facilitate entry for prospective members and visitors alike.
The Malta Classic is a four-day event comprising three exhilarating events: the Malta Classic Hill Climb by Thomas Smith, the Malta Classic Concours d’Elegance by Mdina Glass, and the Malta Classic Grand Prix by Chopard. Over 70 pre-1976 cars will participate in the 2016 Malta Classic, with participants from international locales such as Italy, the UK, France and Switzerland. The Malta Classic has its origins in October 2007, when French entrepreneur and classic car enthusiast Thierry Giovannini organised Malta’s first ever Classic Car Grand Prix on the ring road of Valletta, bringing some of Europe’s finest classic cars to Malta to tour the island and race wheel to wheel on the Valletta circuit.