Welcome to Our Sailing Club
Portsmouth Sailing Club’s headquarters and club house is located on the waterfront in the heart of historic Old Portsmouth.
The club house has a fully stocked bar, function room, kitchen and changing rooms.
Club members have access to 60m of pontoon and slipway at the entrance to Portsmouth Harbour just inside the historic Town Camber in Old Portsmouth.
The club runs two boatyards, the Boom Yard and Wyllie’s Garden. The main boatyard is the Boom Yard which is also a great place for a Club BBQ during the summer months with fantastic views across the Eastern Solent.
Championships results are here https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/squib-southern-cham... Yachts and Yachting article here https://www.yachtsandyachting.com/news/210308/Squi... There are many fantastic photos of the Championships here - https://www.psc-squib-champ-2018.louisgoldmanphotography.com/ Examples, all ©louisgoldmanphotography.com shown here...
Published 8:04pm on 20 Sep 2018
Over the weekend 15/16 Sept the club hosted the National Squib South Coast Championships 2018. Twenty five competitors from across the country were blessed with good weather and the usual warm PSC hospitality; club members delivered excellent racing, efficient shore support with rapid launch and recovery before and after the event, comprehensive rib support and fantastic catering throughout the whole weekend. It was such a good event that we even made the national
Published 7:49pm on 20 Sep 2018
There are a number of sailing events taking place at Portsmouth Sailing Club this month; the main ones being the Squib South Coast Championships, the Contessa 32 Nationals and the start of our Autumn Parhelion Series. Details for all these events, and online booking is available here - https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/page/racing For the Squib competitors please note the Safety Instructions!
Published 8:43pm on 6 Sep 2018
PSC's new pontoon walkway and crane are now installed and fully operational! This is a huge step forward for PSC and will permit much easier access to the water. The walkway negates the requirement to scale a slippery vertical ladder to get to and from the pontoon and the crane will allow the launch and recovery of boats without the requirement to use the slip way. The crane will provide
Published 6:56am on 3 Aug 2018
Parhelion Autumn 2018 » Autumn Parhelion Series 1
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