Yachting Club of the world had begun to allude to itself as the Yachting Club. Amid the 1820s, after the design of the couple of different clubs that had risen by at that point, it changed its name to incorporate "Yacht" and dropped "Water" and wound up known as the Cork Harbor Yacht Club. Later on that decade it dropped "Harbor" and turned into the Cork Yacht Club. In 1831 King William IV allowed the club the benefit of utilizing the prefix "Imperial" and it ended up known as the Royal Cork Yacht Club. The Yachting Club had been utilizing different premises in Cove as clubhouses however inevitably, in 1854, it moved into a wonderful new building which it had based ashore given to it by the then Admiral, J.H. Smith Barry. The building, which stands specifically onto the waterfront, was to wind up a noteworthy yachting focus as well as a basic gathering place for Cork society.
By mid century enrollment was definitely looked for after and club records demonstrate that numerous hopefuls were baffled. One who was blessed to be conceded was Prince Ferdinand Maximilian of Austria, later to be Emperor of Mexico. Ruler Ferdinand was a sibling of Emperor Franz Joseph and was the organizer of the Imperial Austrian Navy. A unique gathering of the General Committee was assembled on 30th November 1858 to consider if Prince Ferdinand ought to be permitted to go ahead for vote for participation. It was felt by numerous individuals of the individuals that "the affirmation of Foreigners" into the club may make the Lords of the Admiralty pull back a portion of our benefits. After the issue was examined for quite a while he was permitted to go ahead and was at the appointed time chosen and conceded.