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The Seafarers Sailing Club is a small, friendly club formed to encourage the sport of dinghy sailing by the provision of racing, cruising and training. The clubhouse is situated on the Solent between Hill Head and Lee-on-Solent overlooking the Isle of Wight. The Club has approximately 130 paying members. As the majority have "family" membership, the number of people entitled to use our facilities is over 200. There are over 100 boat spaces in the compound which is usually just sufficient to meet members' demands. See About SSC for more details.

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Friday 23 February - Coffee Morning


Members and their guests are invited to the clubhouse between 11am and midday to enjoy excellent company, including your quiet, sensitive and modest barista, as much freshly brewed filter coffee or tea as you can drink and as many biscuits (some gluten-free) as you can eat, all for a mere 50p.

Sunday 25 February - Commodore's At Home

At Home 2017

This is the Clubís opportunity to show its gratitude to local organisations, clubs and individuals who have helped, or may help, Seafarers in some way. All members welcome.
Donít leave it to the few; why not come along from midday and do some mixing? There will be a buffet and the first drink is free.

Friday 2 March - Commodore's Pre Season Briefing
The format of the event this year will be a meet your committee evening. It will include a chance to hear what your committee has been up to and an opportunity to discuss the plans for the new season. The bar will open at 8pm and a relaxed chat about Club matters will start shortly after.

Saturday 3 March - Jumble Sale

2017 Jumble Sale

The annual jumble sale will be held at the Catholic Church, Bells Lane on Saturday 3rd March.
This is just to remind you to stop taking your jumble to charity shops and recycle centres. Any old clothes, books, toys, bric-a-brac, etc, will be welcome on the day.

Saturday 3 March - Maintenance Day
After helping out at the jumble sale, why not change into suitable (shabby) clothes and pop down the Club between 11:00 and 16:30 to help prepare for the new season.
Details of the jobs to be done will be published nearer the time. Meanwhile, pencil this date into your diary.
If you have any queries, please contact Allan, the .

Sunday 4 March - Craft Corner

Another do your own craft afternoon and an opportunity to exchange craft tips is to take place on Sunday 4th March from 1pm to 3pm.
All are welcome; bring your own craft. Drinks will be available; a donation of £1 would be appreciated.

Saturday 17 March - SLOSHH Winter Series - Day 2
The first two races in the 2018 SLOSHH Winter Series took place on Sunday 18th February at Seafarers with a total of 20 starters - 10 SSC, 6 LoSSC and 4 HHSC. The results can be found at Race Results 2018 and photographs of the event are in The Gallery.
Races 3 and 4 are scheduled to take place on Saturday 17th March with HW at 11:30 and a start time of 11:00. These races will be run by Lee on the Solent SC.
The Notice of Race for the 2018 Winter SLOSHH Series can be viewed by clicking here.

Saturday 17 March 2018 - Spring Dinner Dance - almost sold out!


Start the new season with an evening at Hornet Services Sailing Club, Gosport. Excellent company, fantastic food and live music from Stuart Madgwick 'Let Me Be Frank' with his 40's to 60's swing style sound.
Arrive at 7pm for a free drink. The meal is from 8pm and includes a selection of starters, main courses and desserts; for full details of your choices, look at the full menu. Dress code: Evening dress, black tie/suit/jacket & tie or ladies equivalent. £27 per adult, £20 per cadet. Booking is at WebCollect - closing date Thursday 8th March - no cancellations after this date.
Any queries, contact Viv the .


Programme for 2018
The 2018 Programme of Events is now available - simply click here or on the Programme button on the left of this page.

Duties for 2018
Now that the Programme has been published, you will want to write the dates of your duties into your diary. Before you do that you should check that you are still in the same Duty Crew; inevitably a few will have moved from one Crew to another. A copy of the Duty Crew List has been emailed to all members.
The Duty Crew List will be updated from time to time throughout the season eg as new members join. The latest edition can always be downloaded from the Club Documents event at WebCollect (see Did You Know? below).
Duty Crew A

Having established which Duty Crew you are in, to obtain a list of the days on which you are duty during 2018:
Click on the Racing button on the left of this page and then on the button labelled Duty Crew Dates (or click here) .
Now click on the letter denoting your Duty Crew.

Boat Spaces for 2018
A diagram showing the boat space allocations for 2018 has been emailed to all members. A copy is also available in the wetroom on the Membership Notice Board and from the WebCollect Club Documents event (see Did You Know? below).
A few boats have been allocated different spaces to last year. For boats left in the compound over winter, any moves required will be carried out on Jumble Sale/Maintenance Day ie Saturday 3rd March.

Draft Minutes of 2017 AGM
Draft minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on 7th November are now available to be downloaded from the Club Documents event at WebCollect (see Did You Know? below).

Training Available in 2018
The Club is offering members the following two courses:
  • RYA Better Sailing Course (Level 3) course - designed for those with at least 2 years sailing experience - run over five Saturday mornings starting on 21st April.
  • RYA Level 1&2/Youth Sailing Scheme Level 1Ė4 Spring course in May and June. This course is aimed at complete beginners.
To find further details of these two courses and/or to apply for a place, go to the Training Page.
If you have any queries, please contact Carol, the .

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Club Documents
The latest edition of the Duty Crew List and the Boat Space diagram, minutes of recent AGMs and Committee Meetings can all be downloaded from the Club Documents event at WebCollect. (Remember, you have to sign in to WebCollect to access this area.)