Founded in 1948 and located on the south bank of the Helford River in some of the best sailing waters in England with shore facilities and pontoons.
Extensive clubhouse, with social calendar throughout the year.
Bar and restaurant for members and all visiting yachts.
Yacht racing on Wednesday evenings and most weekends.
Dinghy racing on Thursday evenings and Sundays.
Adult training on Tuesday evenings and Junior sailing on Friday evenings.
The Club always extends a special welcome to families and children. We have a strong junior sailing side and one of the founding objectives of the Club was “to encourage generally messing about in boats in a seamanlike manner” With this in mind, we ask parents to be aware of the inherent dangers of being near water, cliffs and a busy car park. What may be obvious to an adult could present an immediate danger to a child. We ask parents to be responsible for their children, to take warning signs seriously and ensure that lifejackets are worn as appropriate. That said, the river gives us all, both young and old, a tremendous playground right on our doorstep. . . . Enjoy it to the full.
Derek Thomas, your local MP, will be visiting the Helford River Sailing Club on Friday 24th March from 19.30 to 21.30.
He will be happy to discuss any problems you may have and offer advice on any local issues.
The bar and restaurant will be open from 18.00
Please come along and meet your local MP
If you want to eat please book by calling 01326 231460
All Mums receive a complimentary Peach Bellini
This will be the last film show of the winter season so don’t miss it!
We are showing:
‘The Light Between Oceans’
Starring Michael Fassbender & Rachel Weisz
Film starts at 20.00hrs
The bar and restaurant will be open from 18.00hrs
Please book your table on 01326 231460 if you would like to eat.
Members should be aware that the four navigational buoys in the river are in place from April to October, as shown on the latest charts.
At the moment August Rock buoy and Bar buoy are off station but will be back by 1st April. There are no temporary buoys marking these dangers.
Please take care on the river.