Helford River Sailing Club

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.

Dinghy racing on Thursday evenings and Sundays.

Adult sailing on Tuesday evenings.

Junior sailing on Friday evenings.

New members are always welcome. Just download and complete our membership form including the bank mandate, and return by post to the address above. For more information visit our membership page. Holiday Membership forms are available from the bar and office.


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.


Upcoming Events

Saturday 20th July @ 7:00pm

JAPANESE NIGHT

Everyone Welcome!

Menu to Follow


Saturday 27th July @ 12:30pm

HRSC OPEN Dinghy Regatta Saturday 27th July 12:30

HRSC Regatta Poster 2019 HRSC Regatta PY Entry Form 2019 HRSC Regatta SI 2019 HRSC Regatta U16 entry 2019 HRSC Regatta FEVA – Laser 4.7 Entry Form 2019 HRSC Regatta NOR 2019

Commodore John Bolitho & SRO Martin Leech: RCYC Race Management welcome competent racers of all ages . Entrants from Mid – West Cornwall clubs welcome, and the occasional holiday maker with boat. Max Entry 30 Boats. No Entry Form no Race.
Two weeks after a superb 46th May Cup raced by near 40 sailors spanning 70 years of age, we hope there will be a good wind to carry St Mawes under 18 Feva and Laser 4.7 youth to our fair river. And fair competition they will get from Jack Lawrence 1st in the 16-18 group, and Lily Butler, Tom & Sapphire, Freya Skingley at 1,2,3 in the 4.7 and Feva Class. Just behind Tom & Sapphire were Morwenna Richards, Lily Pope & Daisy Norton in the new club Fusion Class.

R Hosking ADC moc.kooltuonull@42gniksoh.hakeber

S Brooks DC moc.liamgnull@yhgniddrofleh

 


Sunday 11th August

HRSC hosts Falmouth Week Race Day Tea

Live Music from Bob Seymour


Recent News

L’ Aber Wrac’h Race Report 2019

The 60th Helford to L’Aber Wrac’h Pursuit race saw the spirit of the race well and truly restored with 51 entries and 50 starters. 21 French and 30 UK yachts entered.

The first yachts crossed the start line at 11.30hrs, the last at 17.45hrs. They had a light breeze until the Manacles and then a good breeze until 21.00hrs when it disappeared until the Easterly filled in at 03.00 to 04.00 hrs in the morning. Those that went East caught the wind first.

Report and Photos


YACHT RACE RESULTS | June 12, 2019


L’Aber Wrac’h Grand Raffle Results