Cruising

This page shows all Cruising events, including the Wednesday night briefing session. Events will be available for registration when an organiser is known.

Sailing Event applications - All Members individually must apply to go on sailing events. This is done online when logged in by using the Register button shown on the particular event page. There is a general cut-off date for applications of 7 days before sailing events (some may be longer). After that date you can contact the event organiser who may still be able to fit you in.

Applications are made as either as a Skipper or a Crew member. Skippers may include non-members as Guests on their applications. An email will be sent confirming the application to both the member and the event organiser.

Upcoming events

    • 26/05/2021
    • 21:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Ashtead Cricket Club
    Briefing for "Let's go to Bembridge"

    A must for all crew and skippers going on the event

    Organiser: Teresa Hemingway
    • 29/05/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 30/05/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • On the water
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    Bembridge marina beckons for an overnight stay.  This exceptionally friendly marina has been improved over the years and definitely warrants a visit.  This short rally will allow you to sample the delights of navigating the twists and turns of the channel to sample a well earned pint once happily docked.  Tom Cunliffe is a great fan of Bembridge so check out his YouTube video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGSRBssEQkM).

    Bashha = about Bembridge Harbour

      (Courtesy  Bembridge and St Helens Harbour Association) 
     

    Bembridge Sailing Club will host our Rally Meal Saturday Evening.

    As its a bank holiday possibly go and drop anchor in Newtown Creek Sunday Evening and have Safari high tea or cocktails on board.

    Note:  On line registrations close Saturday night 1 week before the event.
    Organiser: Teresa Hemingway

    • 16/06/2021
    • 21:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Ashtead Cricket Club
    Briefing for the West Country Cruise

    A must for all crew and skippers going on the event

    Organiser: Leon Barbour
    • 19/06/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 04/07/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • On the water
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    Summer cruising event of the year - West Country here we come...

    NOTE THE REVISED DATES

    Treat yourself to two weeks of excellent sailing visiting a raft of delightful ports all along the South Coast of Great Britain.

    Destinations will include:-

     Yarmouth

    Weymouth

                Torquay

                   Salcombe

                     Plymouth

                       Helford River

                     Falmouth

                  Fowey

               Newton Ferrers

          Dartmouth

       Swanage/Studland Bay

    Solent  

    Channel Sailing Club has come to an arrangement with the almighty and is guaranteeing the finest weather for the entire two weeks with fair easterlies for the trip down and westerlies back plus the odd smattering of north-westerlies to keep the waves duly tamed.

    Block out these weeks for the best cruise of the year (so far).    
        
    Note:  On line registrations close Saturday night 2 weeks before the event.
    Organiser: Leon Barber

    • 07/07/2021
    • 21:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Ashtead Cricket Club
    Briefing for Bastille Day cruise

    A must for all crew and skippers going on the event

    Organiser: TBA
    • 10/07/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 16/07/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • On the water
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    Bastille Day Cruise

    Patrick the organiser for this event has family connections in St Valery-en-Caux. He  is currently looking into 2 options.The preferred choice is:- 

    Littlehampton(10th)-Brighton(11th)-Fecamp(12/13th)-St Valery en Caux(14/15th)-Dieppe(16th)-Home

    With  a back-up route- St Vaast(10/11)-Grandcamp(12th)-Port en Bessin(13th)-Courseille(14/15th)-Ouistreham/Caen(16th)-Home

    • Lay days could be varied depending on preferences.
    • Tides look good for either route.

    Obviously depends on the opening up of a UK-France Covid corridor!

    This has always been a great favourite of the club and well worth the sail across the channel.  Do you recognise the port in the picture below?