|Full name||Royal Danish Yacht Club|
|Founded||3 July 1866|
|Location||Tuborg Havnepark 15, Hellerup, Copenhagen|
|Focus||We gather everyone interested in sailing and create through our activities a value for each member regardless of background and interest. We develop sailing to the benefit of our members and sailing in general. We must be a catalyst to develop sailors of all ages and attract them to a lifelong life at sea.|
Royal Danish Yacht Club (Danish: Kongelig Dansk Yachtklub; shortened KDY) is a Danish yacht club in Copenhagen that was established 1866 under the name Dansk Forening for Lystsejlads. It is the oldest yacht club in Denmark, and has been under royal patronage since Christian IX's approval in 1891. It has about 2,200 members. The club house has been situated in Tuborg Havn since 2007.
The Royal Danish Yacht Club was originally based in the Langelinie Pavillion in Copenhagen. The building was destroyed by schalburgtage during World War II. The club has later moved to their new purpose-built headquasrters in Tuborg Haven.
- "KDY-Royal Danish Yacht Club - International Council of Yacht Clubs". www.icoyc.org. Retrieved 2017-08-05.
- "KDY's historie". Kongelig Dansk Yachtklub. Archived from the original on 2012-09-19. Retrieved 4 August 2017.