Racing

This page shows all Racing events including the Wednesday night briefing sessions.

To see the latest Racing results click here  
To get the 2021 Solent Marks click here

NOTE : The 2021 CSC Racing specific documents can be accessed via the CSC Racing Documents 2021 page which is only available to Members  Click here

Sailing Event applications - All Members must apply individually 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

    • 15/05/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • On the water
    Register

    Race No 3 - The Two Handed race

    HW Portsmouth 1420 4.3m

    Its normally so easy when there are four crew on a yacht.  Not too busy, time to relax?  Not on this one, the two of you will have to work and pump iron to get around this course, but at the end of it consider the enormous satisfaction and that will make it all worth while.  


    (Courtesy Sailing Today)

           

    Note:  On line registrations close on the Saturday night 1 week before the event.

    Organiser: David Murch 

    • 09/06/2021
    • 21:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Ashtead Cricket Club
    Briefing for the Channel Sailing Club Regatta

    A must for all crew and skippers going on the event

    Organiser:  Simon Davey
    • 12/06/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 13/06/2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • On the water
    Register

    Channel Sailing Club Regatta

    HW Portsmouth 1350 & 1425 4.3m  

    Races 4 to 7 - Two days of races around the cans in the Solent in the middle of beautiful June. 

    Overnight at Shepherds Marina followed by dinner ate the Island Sailing Club.

    What could be better?