Tuesday evening sailing is open to all adult members of the club.

We welcome everyone who wants to come along, from novices upwards.

You can learn to sail or pass on your skills whilst enjoying the company of like minded people, both on the water and in the club house.

New recruits will be taken out in the dinghies and total beginners will be in the care of our most experienced sailors.

For details contact Angie Watson
01326 280536

Tuesday evening adult sailing is an excellent way to meet other club members as well as gaining experience in Dinghy Sailing.

Newcomers to sailing are teamed with an experienced helmsman and can learn the basic boat handling skills usually in one of the clubs Wayfarers – a large and very stable dinghy which can accommodate 4 adults.

Although the adult sailing evenings are not a formal training course a novice sailor attending for the whole season should be able to helm the wayfarer with reasonable confidence by the seasons end. You will also gain valuable experience of local sailing conditions and the effect of wind and tide.

For those wishing to progress to racing, informal race training sessions are often another feature of the evenings.  Prospective racers may wish to use their own boats for race training although a fleet of Club Boats  club boats are available for competent helms.

The group meets at 18.00 hrs each Tuesday from early May through to the end of September. The evening will normally start with a short chat with the Club SI covering topics such as boat handling, weather, tides, safety etc.

Sailing conditions for the evening are assessed and a destination agreed for the evening sail. Everyone then splits into groups of between 2-4 led by an experienced helmsman, the Wayfarers are rigged and the group sets off accompanied by the club safety boat.

We return to the club moorings by 20.00 hrs where boats have to be safely moored, de-rigged and the equipment put away. The sailors then repair to the club bar for an après sail session.

Race Results


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The May Family Cup 22nd July Results

With an amazing demonstration of downwind speed & control, playing the angles with the spinnaker, Lymington racer Sam Webb and his mum Jenny zoomed around the course making the Feva XL do things it probably didn’t think it could. Its always a pleasure to be thrashed by sheer quality, and never more so than Team Webb’s 12 year old helm – we want his autograph!