Welcome to the Seafarers Sailing Club website.

The Seafarers Sailing Club is a small, friendly club formed to encourage the sport of dinghy sailing by the promotion 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.

WebSite Updates

2015 Sailing Instructions and 2015 PY numbers added.
Notices Updated.
Notices Updated.
Child Protection Policy page Updated.
Events Updated.
Craft Corner page updated
Membership page Updated.
Programme Updated.
Programme Updated.
Events & Notices Updated.
Events & Notices Updated.
2015 Programme published. See new link on left.
Training page updated.
Events poster added.
Events Updated.
Events & Notices Updated.
Events Updated.
Committee Pictures Updated.
December 2104 News Letter Added.
Membership Details Updated.
Results Updated.
Charity page Updated
Results Updated, Committee Details Updated, Christmas Draw start time corrected
Events and Social Programme Updated.
Duty Crew Guides added under Club.
Notices and Events Updated.
Results Updated.
Equal Opportunites statement added under Club.
Results Updated.
Notices and Events Updated.
Results Updated.
Events Updated.

News and Events

Boat Jumble and Bacon Butties - Sunday 29 March 2015 12:00
Boat jumble sale at 12:00 - just bring along any unwanted sailing items to the club - sell or buy - donations to SSC.
Bacon Butties will be available for £2.50 per person - to be booked in advance on a list that will be put up on the Social notice board.

Fareham Creekers (Live Entertainment) - Saturday 11 April 2015 19:00
An excellent evening with hot pie and mash and succulent desserts followed by a ten-person band from the Fareham Sailing and Motor Boat Club playing sea shanties, Irish music, etc.
Time; 19:00 for food at 19:30 then music from 20:00. Cost £12 pp. Pre-booking required; closing date is Saturday 4th April.
Remember that booking a meal means a commitment to pay.
Special dietary requirements can usually be catered for.
For remote bookings or special requirements please contact .

Coffee Morning - Friday 24 April 2015 11:00am
Enjoy a chat about the progress of a new season.
In the clubhouse from 11am with as much filter coffee or tea as you can drink and as many biscuits as you can eat, all for a mere 50p.


Senior Membership Changes
The Committee has been reviewing the rules around Senior Membership over the past few weeks.
The Committee would like to introduce the changes set out here for the current season. The Committee will seek your approval to make these changes permanent at the next AGM.
If you have any questions or comments about this notice, please contact the .

The New Bar and Sunday Opening
The bar will also be open from 12:00 to 14:00 on Sunday 22nd March and every Sunday thereafter until further notice

RYA Training 2015
Currently there are still spaces available on this year's scheduled RYA Training Courses.
Both courses are run by your very own friendly instructors.
RYA Start Sailing/Basic Skill (Level 1 & 2) - This is the 'learn to sail' starter course, in May and June. Suitable for all the family (from 11 yrs).
RYA Better Sailing (Level 3) - This course is aimed at developing skills of sailors with a year or two of experience.
It also introduces some of the skills from the advanced modules such as seamanship, spinnakers and racing.
The course is run on Saturday mornings in April and May. There are only a couple of spaces still available and the course starts in just a few weeks!
So, if you are interested in taking part in any of the courses mentioned above please contact, as soon as possible.

Programme of Events . . . and Duties
Have you made a note of when you will be duty this season?
The Club Programme, with dates and times for all social and sailing events, is available from the via a link on Programme button of the side menu
You can print a copy but, if you do, be aware that the 'live' version on the website may be updated from time to time.
For obvious reasons, the duty crew lists are not made available to the public. The latest version is always available from the Bulletin Board - Club Documents via a link on Forum button of the side menu

Last One Out
If you are the last person to use the changing room, mop the floor before you leave and, if male, turn off the fan.
If you are the last person to leave the clubhouse, please check that everything (that can be) is turned off (eg kitchen light, urn, and fan in men's room) and close the main door securely.
If you are the last person to leave the compound, please check that the main water tap (back fence) has been turned off and lock the gate.

WiFi in the Clubhouse
You will be pleased to know that Seafarers Sailing Club is now internet connected.
WiFi is available in the clubhouse; the password is available from behind the bar.
A variety of additional services are being considered; some may be introduced in due course.
If you have any suggestions then please let a committee member know (an email to the is the best bet).

Why not stay behind for a quick drink in the bar after sailing on Sunday morning.
The bar will be opened every Sunday during the sailing season by your friendly volunteer bar staff.