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 enjoy superb views over the harbour.

Refreshments are usually available during normal club hours - 10am to 5/6pm during the season and following organised sailing and powerboat events. We have an informal gathering on Wednesday nights and sometimes brunch on Sunday mornings.

Members can enjoy the excellent facilities which the clubhouse has to offer, which have been recently updated, including a new boiler and wireless internet access. These include ladies and gent’s toilets and showers with changing and wet changing areas. In fine weather, members and guests can also sit out on the patio at the rear of the club and enjoy a drink if they wish. Please remember that the clubhouse is a non-smoking area.

Near the harbour entrance the dinghy park and club store has space for club equipment, a work bench, electricity and fresh water and a test tank for running outboard engines. Club members are welcome to use these facilities to work on their boats when required. The dinghy park is divided into bays which will be allocated to members, on receipt of their annual subscription (additional fees apply), on a first come first served basis. Lockers are available to hire in the Clubhouse.


The Clubhouse is availabe for hire by members and non-members for special events and community groups. For further information and to check available dates please contact:
Lorraine Barclay, by clicking Contact Clubhouse