Wivenhoe Sailing Club is a vibrant club, welcoming both dinghy and cruiser sailor members. Dinghy races take place most Sundays between April and December. There is a variety of dinghy classes sailed at Wivenhoe Sailing Club. The local Wivenhoe One Design (WOD) class is popular and often results in close competition.    

Wivenhoe is an excellent location for cruiser sailors, convenient for continental trips and with local east coast estuaries offering both marina facilities and quiet anchorages.The Club has tidal cruiser moorings for members and is well equipped to enable cruiser sailors to lay-up at the clubhouse and launch using our own slipway. 

The Club provides social events throughout the year, but especially during the winter months. The Club was founded in 1925 by a small group of local yachtsmen and moved to the current premises in 1994.  Click here for an aerial view of the clubhouse.     Another aerial view of the clubhouse.

Clubhouse Opening Times
Friday       19:00hrs - 23:00hrs Main Club Night  Please note new opening times! 
Sunday     12:00hrs - 16:00hrs  Please note new opening times! 
Monday    21:00hrs - 23:00hrs
Thursday  20:00hrs - 23:00hrs Carpet Bowls                                                                  

Club Notices

  • Abandoned dinghy, blind auction A Gull dinghy has come up for Blind Auction. It has a mast but little else. It also has a launching trailer which is need of attention. The winning bidder ...
    Posted 15 Aug 2015, 09:07 by eric strudwick
  • 2015 Wallet Shield Race Attention all cruiser members. Your Club Needs You!! 2015 Wallet Shield Race for clubs of the Wallet Association, organised by Tollesbury Sailing Club, The race will start @ 09.00 ...
    Posted 6 Aug 2015, 13:52 by eric strudwick
  • Walton Channel & Stone Point Click here for chartlet from Harwich Haven Authority re  Walton Channel and Stone Point. Thanks to Mike MItchell for this information.
    Posted 26 Apr 2015, 13:20 by eric strudwick
  • New Bar Opening Times The club bar will be open from 19:00 - 21:00  every Friday eveningand from 12:00 - 16:00 each SundayPlease support this initiative by our our new ...
    Posted 24 Apr 2015, 03:01 by eric strudwick
  • Should WSC become a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC)? To read the article in Mainsheet Christmas 2014, please click here. Useful on-line sources of information:                                                                                                   HMRC operate the scheme.      HMRC Guidance  on CASC                                               HMRC, recent changes to the ...
    Posted 9 Jan 2015, 15:52 by eric strudwick
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How to Join WSC

Applications for membership are invited from sailors of all kinds and others with a genuine interest in sailing and the sea. For more information see here.