Shanklin Sailing Club

Shanklin Sailing Club
Hope Road
Isle of Wight
PO37 6EA
01983 865012
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Sailing club situated at the North end of Shanklin Esplanade with most boats being Sprint 15 catamarans.

Racing takes place throughout the season on Tuesday afternoons, Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings.

last updated: Wed, 03 Feb 2010

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Changes to club rules
The committee would like to change the rules for family membership to the following. 3 A FAMILY MEMBER, - which shall include one or two parents as may be and all children under the age of 19 or 25 in full time education . The family unit shall have two votes excisable by both parents and full use...
Champagne sailing
Charlie Randerson films another trapezing video.
Changes to the sailing instructions
The following change was made to the sailing instructions at the November committee meeting and was approved at the AGM. Was: 20 - If any club member is required to be the ROOD or any member is representing the club at an away fixture they will be given average points for that series. Now change...
Laying up supper
The laying up supper will be held at Shanklin Conservative Club on the 18th November.
Sail to Ventnor
Video of sailing to Ventnor filmed by Charlie Randerson
Water at the mark
The rights of way at a mark of the course depend on what type of buoy is being rounded. Start buoy There is no right to water at a start buoy or committee boat. Starboard has rights over port. Leeward boats have right of way over windward boats and can luff them as high as head-to-wind before t...
Bank Holiday sail
Half a dozen catamarans go out on Bank Holiday Saturday. Sunny force 3.
Shanklin Regatta
The prospect of some silverware usually entices a decent number of boats onto the water at Shanklin and the regatta day was no exception with twenty-six boats lining up on the start in a sunny force 3. Apart from the twenty-one Sprint 15 catamarans there was an Optimist, two Picos, a Dart 16 and a C...
Sandown Regatta
Sandown Regatta returned to its traditional start line off Sandown Pier in 2017. 10 Sprint 15s, a Dart 16 and a Challenger trimaran ignored the forecast for no wind and were rewarded with a steady 7 knots of breeze from the North East. 11 boats had entered from Shanklin Sailing Club with the Dart 1...
Olympic Points 3
Close racing at the front of the third race in the series.
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