Welcome to the Seafarers Sailing Club website.

Skin Cancer Research Fund

Club Supported Charity

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.

News and Events

WebSite Updates

News & Events, Notices, Programme and Committee Page updated.
Frostbite Results updated.
Results updated.
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Archives updated.
News & Events updated.
News & Events updated. Results typos corrected.
Amended Frostbite results published. Gallery updated.
Frostbite 3 results published.
News & Events and Craft Corner updated.
News & Events, Craft Corner and Gallery updated.
Frostbite 2 Results posted.
Frostbite 1 Results posted.
News & Events updated.
News & Events, Notices and Programme updated.
News & Events and Did You Know updated.
Combined and Pursuit Results posted.
News & Events updated.
News & Events updated.
News & Events and Archives updated.
Cruise Reports updated.
Autumn Series results posted.
News & Events updated.
News & Events updated.
Programme and News & Events updated.
'Did You Know?' and Results updated.
Autumn 7 results published. Newsletters 2000 to 2017 available.
Programme updated (Bar duties).
Extra day to book Fish Supper.
News & Events updated.
News & Events and Notices updated.
Combined 8 results posted.
News & Events updated.
Notices, Gallery and 'About SSC' updated.
Friday 24 November - Coffee Morning
Come to the clubhouse between 11am and midday to enjoy excellent company, 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.

Thursday 30 November - Boats out of Compound

Membership Secretary
If you still have your boat in the compound, but have not paid for all-year parking, please be reminded that it needs to be removed by Thursday 30th November. If you want to avoid being chased by the Membership Secretary, then you should plan to remove your boat from the compound.
If, on the other hand, you would prefer to leave your boat at the club and avoid tripping over it in your drive all winter, then contact the who will happily assist with the necessary 'paperwork' to transfer you to all-year parking.

Saturday 2 December - Prize Giving and Laying Up Supper

Prize Giving

The Club's major end-of-season event - see who's won the prizes - then enjoy a superb meal.
Have you won a prize? Check out the 2017 Results.
Did you take home a trophy last year? If so, please return it now so that it is available for the 2017 winner. Not sure, look at the list of 2016 Prize Winners.
Prize Giving is free (no need to book) and starts promptly at 7.00pm.

The meal includes a starter, a main course (chicken casserole or vegetarian option) and a selection of tasty desserts. It starts at 8:00pm. £12 per adult, £7.50 per cadet. Book via WebCollect - closing date is Tuesday 28th November.


50th Edition of Seafarers News - Articles Welcome
The 50th edition of the Club newsletter is to be published next month. You may recall an interesting article on building an 18 ft rowing boat written by Mike Evans that appeared in the April edition. If you could contribute an article - a story to tell or a memory to share – it would be very welcome. Send your draft to Martin Rance, the  by Friday 8th December.
To see previous editions of SSC News, go to the Newsletter Page.

RYA Training Courses 2018
In April/May 2018 we are planning to run a Better Sailing Course (Level 3) or a Start Racing Course or a Day Sailing Course. The choice is yours! If you are interested in participating in any of these courses, please contact Carol, the , as soon as possible, so that a decision can be made. Please bear in mind that to participate in one of these advanced courses you are expected to have already mastered the practical skills and absorbed the background knowledge required for the previous levels. If you are in any doubt about your competency to carry out this course and wish to discuss it, feel free to contact David, the .
There will then be the usual Start Sailing/Basic Skills (Level 1 and 2) in May and June. If there is the demand, a second Start Sailing/Basic Skills course will take place in June/July.
Booking for the Spring (May and June) Level 1 and 2 course will open on WebCollect on 1st December.

Christmas Draw

Christmas Draw 2015

The Grand Christmas Draw will take place on Tuesday 19th December.
The Draw board is available behind the bar; each entry (square) costs a mere 50 pence.
Remember, you have to be in it to win it!