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.
The Spring Series results are here https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/parhelion-2/results-club-irc-1 and here https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/parhelion-2/results-nhc-3 This was a challenging series for both competitors and the race management teams with the first Saturday lost to gale force winds and the following two plagued by not enough! It was good to see a couple of new boats amongst the regular competitors but special mention must go to long-time More »
Published 10:20pm on 19 Apr 2019
Documentation for this year's Spring Race series for the Parhelion trophies will be published shortly. Dates shown in the calendar area of this website. Racing will follow a similar pattern to previous years although we hope, if conditions suit, to get out into Hayling Bay for some of the racing in order to provide a little more variety. There are no increases to entry fees, however, in order to encourage a More »
Published 7:21pm on 5 Feb 2019
Planning is underway to develop an interesting and fun sailing programme for next year. Key dates are included within the Calendar on this website, here, https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/events. The programme includes cruiser rallies (with some different destinations to previous years!) and a range of keelboat and yacht racing opportunities. For the Squib fleet we hope to offer weekend racing 6/7 and 13/14 Apr. (with Parhelions 4 & 5), 11/12 May (Tempest More »
Published 4:58pm on 24 Dec 2018
The Frostbite Series completed on 16 Dec with seven Squibs and one Tempest racing up the harbour in extremely light conditions, a sharp contrast to the weather that had forced the cancellation of racing over the previous two weeks. Once again racing was extremely tight but the victory for both the race and the series went to David Lloyd in Seven - full results are here ... https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/frostbite-1/results... The More »
Published 4:48pm on 24 Dec 2018