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Welcome to the Seafarers Sailing Club website.

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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Forthcoming Events

Thursday 23 August – Ad Hoc Race
There are no Thursday evening races in this season’s programme after 16th August. However, if enough members turn up on Thursday 23rd, one of them volunteers to act as OOD, another volunteers to help run the race and two more volunteer to crew the patrol boat, there could be a race starting at 6:45pm.
If support exists, there will be similar races on Thursday 30th August and Thursday 6th September with 6:30pm start times. Races will be timed to end at, or before, sunset.
If you are interested contact Denise, our or, better still, turn up at the Club ready to race or help out. If you ask nicely there might be someone available to open the bar after racing.

Friday 31 August - 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.

Saturday 1 September - Happy Hour

Happy Hour

With evening racing and practice sailing coming to an end for another season, what better way to raise our spirits than a Happy Hour. On Saturday 1st September, the bar will be open at 5pm. Until 6pm, drinks will be at reduced price to Club members and there will be free snacks and nibbles.
There will be no entry charge but an indication of numbers attending would be very useful via WebCollect.

Saturday 8 September - Craft Corner
The next Craft Corner session will be on Saturday 8th September from 2pm to 4pm. This will be another 'free activity' session focusing on our individual crafts.
Tea and coffee available with a small donation payable. Everyone welcome.

Friday 21 September - Skittles Evening


Book now for a skittles evening at The Crofton in Hill Head - fun for all the family. There is a wide choice of food including cheese or ham salad, chicken or fish and chips, beef chilli, vegetable lasagne and beef and ale pie.
Arrive from 7:00pm; play begins at 7:30pm; food from 8:00pm. Adults £12, Cadets £10, Under 12s £9 - book via WebCollect .
To make this event viable, a minimum number of 20 is required. Early booking will help ensure that the event takes place.


Practice Sailing in September (Saturdays Only)

Opi Sailing
Practice Sailing sessions will continue until the end of August on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings at the usual times.
The Saturday morning sessions, including Optimists, will continue during September.
As always, this will depend upon the weather and the availability of volunteer helpers including a Coordinator, Patrol Boat Crews and a Tractor Driver. It will also depend upon attendance - a minimum of three boats.
If you intend to sail on Saturday mornings in September, are available to help or preferably both, please inform the so that it can go ahead.

Practice Sailing Sessions are run in accordance with Practice Sailing and the use of club boats is governed by the Club Boats policy.
Please feel free to bring along your friends but remember to sign them into the Guest Book. You should advise them that any under the age of 18 will require a completed Parent/Guardian Declaration Form. They should also note that any under the age of 11 must be supervised by a Parent/Guardian at all times.

Change of Membership Details
If your membership details change eg you move house, replace your mobile phone or change your email address, you should update your WebCollect account.
Unfortunately, WebCollect will not automatically notify the Administrator of such changes. Thus, for example, the Duty Crew List will not be updated. So, after updating WebCollect, please tell Dave Grout, the , that you have done so.


Defibrillator Location

The defibrillator is now operational.

For information on when it is available and how to use it, go to the Club Defibrillator page of this website.