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If you want to come and meet us and to have a look at our club we're around on Sundays from about 12noon to about 4pm

  • Dinghy sailors from complete beginners to competent sailors are welcome
  • Our aim is to promote 'Affordable Sailing', fresh air, exercise, personal development and value for the membership fee 
  • The club is situated close to the M4 south of Reading
  • Find us on Google Maps on Twitter and on Twitter
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What's on

Leisure sailing on Sundays from 11am 

First Race starts around 12pm then another race after lunch.

If you don't want to race just come and sail around.


We had a very good Brass Monkey Race on the 1st January. Seven plucky sailors in six dinghies raced for an hour, Geoff won with John B. second. We didn't mind the rain that started about half way through, we were just pleased to be able to get onto the lake after several months of windy Sundays (or so it seemed).

 

 

 

Diary Dates

A First Aid Course is planned for Saturday 20th February 2016. Members get first offer but non-members will also be welcome.

Also on the 20th, but in the evening, we are planning a Quiz Night/Fish and Chip Supper /Presentation of last year's trophies, so please make a date in the diary.

Please note the date of the AGM, Sunday 13th March 2016 at the clubhouse.


 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 Training Programme

The Island Sailing Club, Reading is affiliated to the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and is one of the RYA Recognised Training Establishments. It is inspected by the RYA every year when training and safety standards are thoroughly checked.

The club usually runs two RYA Dinghy Level One courses each year for club members who are complete beginners to dinghy sailing.

The club also runs Dinghy Level Two courses for our members. Other courses that are offered for our members are Safety Boat and Powerboat handling and in assisting sailors in difficulty.

Click training here for full program.