Hayling Ferry Sailing Club is a small, friendly club, superbly located at the western tip of Hayling Island. From our well equipped club house, our fleet of catamarans and monohulls enjoys some of the best sailing in the Solent and the south coast of England.
New members are always welcome whether you own a boat or not.
Tickets are now on sale for the Band on the Beach event on the 11th June. The biggest and best club social of the year, get your tickets now to avoid missing out!
Full details are on the Band on the Beach 2016 page.
The forecast is looking very good for this Sunday, with a warm, dry, easterly breeze promising great sailing and a fine afternoon for the new members BBQ. See you there! Race details to follow.
This is to give new members and their families an opportunity to meet others in the Club and “old” members a chance to share their experience.
We will be lighting the barbecue during the afternoon so bring whatever you would like to cook and eat and a drink or two. Soft drinks can be purchased from the tuck shop.
We look forward to seeing there.
Any questions please contact Mark Taylor - 07896 973942 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's time for the spring season racing and in a change to the traditional routine, we will be changing the format a little.
First off, there will be 3 shorter races rather than 2 longer ones. The first 2 will be back to back. Everyone is welcome, whether experienced or not - the emphasis is on inclusion rather than serious racing, so if you've never done it before, why don't you give it a go in a safe and welcoming environment.
Your new sailing secretary, Matt, has been busy planning the new sailing season. Check out the full calendar of events.
With the aim of getting more people out on the water and having more fun, Matt is introducing the following:
The 11th June see the return of our epic "Band on the Beach" event. Good food, fine ales and great music make for a truly memorable summer night.
Our band this year is the excellent Groove Apprentice, chosen after extensive research in various pubs, clubs and bars.