Lincolnshire Sailing Clubs

Lincolnshire Sailing Clubs

Address: Covenham Reservoir, Covenham Saint Mary, Lincolnshire
Description:

The club is divided into three main sections, Sailing, Water Skiing and Sub Aqua diving. The Reservoir is open to members throughout the year. Handicap racing is held on Thursday evenings and Sundays, people of all ages and abilities are encouraged to join the fun. Those not wishing to race can cruise for pleasure.

Boats currently being sailed are: Albacore and 146’s, Streakers, Toppers, Picoand 146’s, Mirrors and 405 and 146’s. A number of other assorted craft grace the dinghy park along with a small number of Cats.

Windsurfing is very popular and very safe, no danger of being blown out to sea and the tides always in. All wind directions can be sailed.

Address: Girton Lagoon, Nr Newark on Trent, Lincolnshire
Description:

Girton Sailing Club is renowned for its friendly family atmosphere, racing, excellent RYA approved training programmes and fun social events. New members are always welcome. With competitively low subscriptions and discounts its has never been easier to join.

The club has adopted a number of dinghy classes, including the Mirror, Miracle, Enterprise, Laser, Mirror and Topper. Other dinghy classes, ranging from the RS400 to home built pram dinghies, are welcomed and are able to join in club races using a handicap system.

Address: Apex Pits, Newark Road, North Hykeham, Lincolnshire
LN6 9SP
Description:

The club is located to the south west of Lincoln, the Club occupies a lake of 180 acres affording great sailing to both Casual & Racing sailors. There is an active Windsurfing section and a thriving Model Boating Section. Affiliated to the RYA, the Club is also used by the Lincoln & District Schools Sailing Association which is an RYA Recognised Sail Training establishment.

Address: Wainfleet Haven, Gibraltar Point, Croft, Skegness, Lincolnshire

PE24 4SU
Description:

Welcome to Gibraltar Point Sailing Club Located on the River Steeping at Gibraltar Point nature reserve. (Wainfleet Haven). Being located at the entrance to the Wash the club is ideal for exploring the nearby ports and harbours of the Norfolk coast as well as venturing further in to the mystical Wash with its shifting sands and unique wildlife. Being situated within Gibraltar Point nature reserve the club blends in to the natural environment.

A small clubhouse, with toilet and shower facilities as well as a workshop provides the members and visiting yachtsmen and women with the basic facilities required. Jetty berths are available for members, as well as shore side water and a slipway for launching and recovering smaller craft. Winter storage is available on the hard adjacent to the river. The members work hard to keep the winding entrance channel well buoyed along with completing much of the running maintenance of the facilities themselves. It all ensures that costs to members are kept to a minimum.

Address: Club House, River Bank, Spalding Common, Spalding, Lincolnshire
PE11 3AA
Description:

The Welland Yacht Club has lots to offer: Racing, Cruising, coaching and an active social calendar

Racing takes place every Sunday between April and November with a mixed handicap fleet featuring: Graduates, Solos, Enterprises, GP14’s & Laser. Cadets are well catered for with races and coaching for all levels.

The club has a number of club boats, ranging from Laser to Optimist, that are available for members to use.

Address: The Clubhouse, Witham Bank West, Boston, Lincolnshire
PE21 8PU
Description:

The Witham Sailing Club is based on the west bank of the river Witham (opp. Witham Tavern) We are in our 51st year. We meet every Wednesday evening during the sailing season. (Apr-Oct)
The club own 3 Enterprise sailing dinghies and 1 GP14 sailing dinghy which members are welcome to use. There are several members that are always willing to take newcomers for their first sail.

We have mooring afloat for 30+ yachts and dinghies with ample space for dinghies on the bank. There are 2 slipways and a landing stage. The dinghies sail the non tidal witham between Boston Sluice bridge and Langrick bridge. The dinghy racing is a mixed fleet of handicapped boats.