West Yorkshire Sailing Clubs
Halifax Sailing Club is a friendly club, owned and run by the members and is affiliated to the RYA. It was formed in 1959 and has the sole use of Yorkshire Water”s Warley Moor Reservoir (also known as Fly Flats). The reservoir is 90 acres, and being at an altitude of 410 meters enjoys clear winds, providing top quality sailing. Amongst others, Contenders, Sprint 15, Laser (All rig variants), Streaker, Topper and Supernova are all sailed here.
West Riding Sailing Club is Wakefield’s biggest sailing club with the biggest stretch of water in the area. We cater for all sailors from beginners to national champions. We never stop and races are available 12 months a year. The new clubhouse built in 2006 is the pride of the club and hosts many a social occasions throughout the year.
Yeadon Sailing Club offers a safe and friendly sailing environment for all types of sailors from beginners to the advanced, young or wise. We are a private club organised and run by a committee formed from the membership and elected by the membership. Club members can make full use of the facilities of the clubhouse at Yeadon Tarn, which provides changing rooms with hot showers and a well-equipped kitchen. Members can make use of the club boats at organised sessions or store their own boats in the dinghy park. A regular programme of racing is organised on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, and Wednesday evenings with training on Tuesday evenings.