There are so many sailing clubs in the United Kingdom. From the small-town sailing clubs to the big and exclusive sailing clubs offering one service to their members and visitors. Here are the top sailing clubs in the UK.
Queen Mary Sailing Club
Based in London, this sailing club is famous for running the iconic annual handicap pursuit race, the Bloody Mary, every January. A very popular event, it attracts competitors from across the country from Olympic sailors to club racers.
Hayling Island Sailing Club
Hayling Island Sailing Club is located on sandy beaches named Sandy Point right at the entrance to Chichester Harbour.
If you are into dinghy sailing, then this boat is for you. The club regularly hosts dinghy and keelboat national, European, and world events.
Weymouth and Portland Sailing Academy
This club was used for the events of the 2012 Olympic Games. Based on Portland, it has more championships in a year than any other club in the UK. If racing is your thing, then this is the place to be. It offers access to a variety of sailing waters with racing possible in and around Weymouth Bay.
Grafham Water Sailing Club
This club is known for its strong history of running open meetings and championships. Based in Cambridgeshire, it hosts big events during the winter months. It offers sailing training, open meetings, and club racing also.
Budworth Sailing Club
This is England’s Northwest’s most popular club. It offers some exciting competitions to members, townsfolk, visitors and spectators like the handicap and fleet racing a 100-acre stretch of water set in the partially wooded countryside called Budworth Mere.
The UK is surrounded by a great coastline that stretches endlessly. So, there are sailing clubs in almost every coastal town. However, we have presented to you the top ones.