Welcome! Cameras now live, click on camera tab, members only can view the hard standing and harbour, contact Jim Kenyon for log in and password details. Breaking news, the club are considering building a community rowing skiff, watch this space.
Located on the north coast of the Firth of Forth in Fife, Scotland, Elie and Earlsferry has award winning beaches and excellent facilities for dinghies, yachts, windsurfers and powerboat users.
In this, our 50th anniversary year, Elie and Earlsferry Sailing Club has a summer programme of sailing and powerboat events and an active social calendar. Visiting yachtsmen, dinghy sailors, helm and crew are most welcome and there is plenty going on ashore for all the family, in and around the village. Keep up to date, post your own memories, visit us at Elie & Earlsferry Sailing Club on Facebook
The club is an RYA Recognised Teaching Centre for powerboat training afloat and shore based specialist courses We are here to help you make the most of your boating whether a novice or experienced crew looking to brush up on your skills.
Learn more about the courses on offer visit the >Training Section
Our modern well-equipped Clubhouse, with good disabled access, is adjacent to the harbour and offers a large function room, sun lounge, a wet changing area, showers and toilets. ‘The Galley’ snack bar serves a wide range of refreshments and beach goods during the summer season.
Thank you for your interest in our club website and Facebook page.
We hope it will inspire you to visit us soon, hopefully join the club and get on the water!
In the early 1960’s sailing at Elie & Earlsferry Sailing Club was mainly in dinghies. There were many Fireballs, GP 14s and other types racing around the bay. Over the years, there has been a gradual decline in dinghy sailing and today the dominant craft is the keelboat. There are a wide variety in the harbour from 17 ft to 27ft and these boats regularly take part in club racing and cruising.
If your interests lie in Powerboats the Club has a full programme of events including a well developed training programme and a number of excursions throughout the season. All experience levels are catered for so novices and experienced helms can enjoy cruising in company.
Since the opening of our new clubhouse in 1995, it has been well used by members and guests during the season and for social events and private functions throughout the year.
The Galley, which is open to the public, serves hot and cold snacks, drinks and ice cream at weekends in May, June and September, and all week during July and August. Members can relax in our large and comfortable lounge and enjoys superb views over the harbour.