Come and meet us and have a look at our club
We are around on Sundays from about 12 noon 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 and on
Leisure sailing on Sundays from 11am
First Race starts around 12pm then another couple of races after lunch.
If you don't want to race just come and sail around.
Current Race Series:- Spring Series starts 3rd April
The Wednesday Evening sailing has started. We've not had much good Wednesday evening weather so far but time is on our side. If you want a bit of mid-week relaxation 11tyou could do worse than a gentle sial around the lake for an hour. We start the evening around 6pm.
The Longest Day race will take place on June 18th. It will be a relay race of about 4 to 5 hours in which we have 3 or 4 members per team. Each team has its own boat. We aim to start around 11 am. If you can't stay for the whole race, you could just sail for a part of it. We'll let you know if you've won anything.
July 16th is the Summer Party. Some late afternoon games and a barby, hopefully outside. Details from Maggie.
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.