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       20:00hrs - 23:00hrs Main Club Night  
Sunday     12:00hrs - 15:00hrs   
Monday    21:00hrs - 23:00hrs
Thursday  20:00hrs - 23:00hrs Carpet Bowls                                                                  

Club Notices

    Posted 21 Jul 2016, 12:25 by eric strudwick
  • Wivenhoe Sailing Club Open Day, August 20th Wivenhoe Sailing Club is holding its annual Open Day on August 20th. Due to the time of high tide, this event will be held from 11:30 until 15:00 ...
    Posted 19 Jul 2016, 07:58 by eric strudwick
  • BRIGHTLINGSEA - OSTEND CRUISER RALLY 5th August 2016 All the information you need to register for this year's Brightlingsea to Ostend Rally.Click here to download Information letter          Click here to download Entry Form           Click here to ...
    Posted 15 Jun 2016, 04:54 by eric strudwick
  • RYA Safe Trx A FREE app developed by the RYA for smartphone (Android & Iphone) on which you can plan trips, log journeys, and trigger alerts. Users can enter your journey details and set ...
    Posted 18 Jun 2016, 07:01 by clubsecretary wsc
  • Changes to the club structure Late last year we started the process of reviewing our club structure. In December we had a meeting to discuss Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) status. It has since transpired ...
    Posted 7 Dec 2015, 05:53 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.