Last Updated 12/8/21 The committee meet regularly to review the RYA and Government Covid-19 guidance as the situation develops. Updates will be communicated to the club before any sailing activities. We currently require any visitors to check-in by scanning our QR Code with your NHS Covid-19 App, or manually signing... read more →
How can sailors pass half a month stuck in their homes? At Jerome’s urging, we set out to cross the virtual Atlantic in “Sailaway - The Sailing Simulator” The game runs 24/7 - so when you’re awake and your computer is on, you can trim your sails and watch the... read more →
We're in lockdown, and we can't sail. ...Or can we?
Jakob caught the action round the buoys in this video (remember when we could sail?!) Watch the video here.
Goodwin 3, Sunday 8th February 2020. With the wind from the SW and the air sparkling in occasional sunshine, four Lasers & two Solos took to the water on Saturday afternoon last. Bunched at the start, all boats remained close until stretching out at the second buoy - the gaps... read more →
Sunday 29th December 2019 - Downriver race. As Ratty said to Mole, “Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing–absolutely nothing –half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” And on a bright and warm Putney morning with a stunning river ahead of us, I couldn’t agree more. Further on in... read more →
RACE REPORT In the race box: Joseph Cabon & Elaine Agius In the safety boat: Jen Black & Sara Bennett SBSC sailors shared the river with the rowing club next door, who were having a series of short races, with rowers dressed in Christmas costume. There was really good wind... read more →
Sunday 20th October 2019 The Campbell Downriver originally looked like there was going to be no wind. Then it looked like there was going to be too much wind. But on the day we had perfect sailing conditions, even if a wee bit chilly for those unfortunate enough to find... read more →
Sunday 27th October It was a beautiful, bright and cool day at Putney reach for this year’s Bernard Driver trophy race, which attracted a healthy nine boats. To fit with the event’s ethos of providing a slightly more challenging race, a ten lap course was set (laps to be reduced... read more →
Sunday 22nd September 2019 A rainy day found the club in a dither: do we stay indoors and watch the end of England-Tonga on the nice comfy sofas, or get out there and face nature’s onslaught? Sailors at that point constituted Sally and a reluctant Mike. “Let’s call it in... read more →