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.
Following a hectic September at PSC (Squib South Coast Championships & Contessa National Championships) on the water activity has continued through October and November despite variable weather! The Saturday Autumn Parhelion Series completed on Saturday 27 Oct with series wins for Tinker T (IRC) and Muscadet de Havelet (NHC & Club) but unfortunately variable weather conditions meant that only 6 of 11 planned races were completed. Too much wind has also been an issue
Published 8:12pm on 13 Nov 2018
The Contessa 32 National Championships were hosted by Portsmouth Sailing Club over three days - Fri 28 to Sun 30 Sept. Six races were provided across the Eastern Solent and Hayling Bay for 13 yachts; the largest Contessa 32 fleet that has raced for many years. The championships were particularly competitive; for the penultimate race 6 yachts finished within 2 minutes and there was all to play for at the start of the final
Published 7:47pm on 30 Sep 2018
The 5th race of the Squib South Coast Champs (16th Sep) was designated as a Bart's Bash 2018 Race. This race is currently shown as the 13th largest Bart's Bash race worldwide (by numbers of competitors). https://www.bartsbash.com/ Five Squib competitors also managed to win prizes in the Portsmouth Bart's Bash Prize Draw - well done all :)
Published 10:15pm on 27 Sep 2018
The first race of the Autumn Parhelion Series is now complete .. but ...it took place on a grey drizzly Saturday morning in a dying SW'ly breeze. Eleven boats came to the start with Race Officer Darryl Bowles deciding to combine both Divisions. As can be seen from the results https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/parhelion-2/results... only three of the IRC and one of the Club fleet managed to complete the course, frustratingly all other
Published 8:07pm on 23 Sep 2018