Close-quaters racing for all catamarans with two sails with an emphasis on fun.
A day to practice, train, or just take the boat out with the reassurance of safety boat cover.
If you are nervous on the water, or want some hints and tips, there will be club members on hand to help out with anything that you might need. If you have a specific training requirement, for example sailing with a gennaker, or just need some tips, please contact email@example.com and we'll partner you up with someone who can help you.
An epic race around Spitbank Fort, Horse Sands Fort and No Mans Land Fort.
A unique team relay race with a "Le-Mans" start and close in-shore sailing action.
Lots of short course back to back racing.
If conditions look good and people are willing, expect some kind of sailing activity - be it a re-scheduled race, an impromptu cruise to the Isle of Wight, or a game of cricket on the Bramble Bank.
Keep an eye out for an email from the sailing secretary.
A good opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the sailing area and to size up the competition.
The Seafronts Race is one of our longer Trophy events with challenging sailing along Southsea and Hayling seafronts.
With a staggered start depending on handicap, the pursuit race is an exciting race to be first across the finish line.
A long distance race out to the Nab Tower and back.
The round Hayling Island epic offering a great day out and culminating in some surprisingly close finishing.
With the potential for flat water blasting, this is our only race that takes place fully in Langstone Harbour.
A multi-lap race that uses marks in Langstone Harbour and the Solent.
For July 2015 and 2016 only, the Americas's Cup World Series is coming to our sailing area!
The Solent Forts Race is a long-distance event for sports catamarans set in the Eastern Solent, with Hayling Island and Portsmouth to the north and the Isle of Wight to the west.
The race comprises a number of legs radiating out from a gate (like a star), allowing the course configuration and length to be adjusted according to the conditions prevailing on the day (see example course diagram below). The race gets its name from the Napoleonic Channel Forts that comprise two of the marks of the course.