Welcome to Bexhill Sailing Club

Make 2017 the year you learn to sail!
Find out more about how to ‘Learn to sail’ at our sailing club.

 

Bexhill Sailing Club has an extensive calendar of sailing imgresevents taking place between March and November every year. It is a very active, friendly club and welcomes new members with all varieties of experience and ability.

Throughout the season there are races every weekend and extra events are often scheduled for Wednesday evenings, providing that light and tidal conditions allow.

If you are interested in trying your hand at sailing, Bexhill is certified by the Royal Yachting Association to provide tuition, with powerboat and sailing courses available to both older and younger generations.

If you would like to find out more information about joining Bexhill Sailing Club or wish to enquire about one of their sailing courses, you can contact them using the details here.

 

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Notes from the Commodore

  • Three Days sailing in widely varied conditions lead to colourful results

    Three Days sailing in widely varied conditions lead to colourful results

    Saturday saw the start of the Whitsun Short Series, with back to back racing of the Cat, Fast and Slow Fleets. 15 boats made the start. Rob Shoesmith and Mark Scheldt claimed first, in the RS16, from two chasing Dart’s. Colin Coard and crew took the fast fleet prize in a Tasar, from a Laser2000, …More »

  • "Art And Craft”  The Seascape presentation on the water

    “Art And Craft” The Seascape presentation on the water

    Bexhill Sailing club participated in a Art and craft event outside the De La Warr Pavilion commissioned by International Artist Simon Patterson called Seascape on Saturday 18th May 2017. The Seascape event itself was watched by a substantial live audience at the DLWP and I was informed that there was an official photographer and video taken of …More »

  • 'Early Wormers' - after party

    ‘Early Wormers’ – after party

    A good fleet ventured out on a quiet sea last Sunday morning for rounds 3 and 4 of the series. A very good response following the festivities that followed the Clubs collaboration with the De La Warr Pavilion’s event the previous evening (see next article). All fleets were represented …Assymetric, RS 400 sailors Dusty Miller …More »

  • Get Sailing Group - Novices and the Nervous! New this Season

    Get Sailing Group – Novices and the Nervous! New this Season

    The Get Sailing Group is a new feature in this year’s programme. It’s an idea to help build confidence and skills for anyone who is wary of joining in the racing. Anyone who doesn’t want to race can join in. This is how it works: Organise a Club boat – or use your own boat. …More »

  • Learn to sail in 2017

    Learn to sail in 2017

    Make 2017 the year you learn to sail! You know you always wanted to! And there’s still time! Learn to sail at Bexhill Join in and learn to sail in a friendly club environment. Bexhill Sailing Club is a true members’ club, all our Instructors and Helpers are volunteers who give their time and energy …More »

Events News

  • "Art And Craft”  The Seascape presentation on the water

    “Art And Craft” The Seascape presentation on the water

    Bexhill Sailing club participated in a Art and craft event outside the De La Warr Pavilion commissioned by International Artist Simon Patterson called Seascape on Saturday 18th May 2017. The Seascape event itself was watched by a substantial live audience at the DLWP and I was informed that there was an official photographer and video taken of …More »

  • 'Early Wormers' - after party

    ‘Early Wormers’ – after party

    A good fleet ventured out on a quiet sea last Sunday morning for rounds 3 and 4 of the series. A very good response following the festivities that followed the Clubs collaboration with the De La Warr Pavilion’s event the previous evening (see next article). All fleets were represented …Assymetric, RS 400 sailors Dusty Miller …More »

  • RYA Level 3 success

    RYA Level 3 success

    Although it was not possible to race on Sunday, members were able to complete the Royal Yacht Association Level 3 course on Saturday. Some of the training was “virtual” but with experienced sailors on hand to guide very effective. It takes style and technique to capsize on the beach, but John and Steve did their …More »

Club News

  • The club can be hired for social events

    The club can be hired for social events

    –The sailing club is available for hire weekdays-morning/afternoon sessions and also evening sessions. Please contact Jackie Harris at the club to discuss availability etc. letting@bexhillsailing.club  or call on 07513 563583 Hiring Club for Party’s Small Weddings Meetings Coffee mornings Health related events Wakes Evening daytime or by the hour Daily rate is £15 per hour …More »

  • Missed the Friday Night Quiz?

    Missed the Friday Night Quiz?

    Friday Night Quiz was well attended and we had a great time. I have added the quiz. See how many questions you can answer ! bexhill-sailing-club-september-quiz    

  • Sailing Away from Bexhill

    Sailing Away from Bexhill

    The Commodore invites you to join him for  SAILING AWAY FROM BEXHILL “Come and join us for a great evening of informal chats from Club members on Sailing away from Bexhill in Dinghies and Yachts Areas include  Solent – John Crone  Caribbean Robert Harrison  Croatia – Robin Harris Relaxed presentations on each area with interactive …More »

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A view from the balcony of Bexhill Sailing Club of those involved in Sail Training 2017...before they set sail for their first adventure at sea!!!! in the lovely sunshine and great winds ... See MoreSee Less

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First week 2017 Sail Training - a great time on the beach in the sunshine ... See MoreSee Less

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Maiden voyage of the newest member of the Slow Fleet, welcome Lucy Spencer and her Byte dinghy. 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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Seascape. Well done to all involved 👍 ... See MoreSee Less

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