Founded in 1846, the oldest and most majestic yacht club in Asia and located opposite the Gateway of India.
Established in 1933. Facilities include accommodation, dining and bar facilities, t.v. room, conference halls and sports amenities (tennis, card room, table tennis, billiards & snooker).
Located centrally, near to the Mahalaxml Race Course, the Santacruz and Sahar airports and the Bombay Central Railway Station.
Established 1873 and situated at the heart of the city on Anna-Salari. Reciprocal members may not take guests except wives, sons under 18yrs & unmarried daughters.
Facilities include solar heated swimming pool, health club, tennis, badminton, card room and snooker/billiards. No accommodation for ladies, but can dine and attend private functions if accompanied by a gentleman.
Established 1867. Centrally situated in an exclusive district of Chennai on the banks of the River Adyar.
Founded in 1858 by the British rowing fraternity, in the heart of south Kolkata near the Rabindra Sarobar Lake. *Please be advised, Reciprocal Members are presently not permitted to use the facilities of the Club including booking of Guest Rooms due to the current COVID numbers in Kolkata.
Founded in 1876 by British Officers, the Mangalore Club has a quaint old world charm and is set in a scenic location, situated on the northern bank of the River Netravati, surrounded by pristine beaches, lush green coconut and arcca groves.
Founded in 1827 and located near the central business district.
Facilities include card rooms, billiards, library, swimming, badminton, tennis, squash, beauty parlour, health club and barber shop.