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Welcome to Blakeney Sailing Club

No matter the weather you will always find a warm welcome at the dinghy park at Blakeney. Do come along and say hello.

We sail in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The harbour is tidal but protected by a spit of land, which leads to Blakeney Point. It is an ideal location for sailing or the added challenge of racing. We also welcome kayaks/canoes and paddle boards.

Are you a seasoned sailor or you are just tempted to have a go? Have you got a boat or would you like help deciding which would most suit your needs? The club has members who have sailed at Blakeney for forty years and some who have only just started.

There is a comprehensive programme of events for members from March to October. In addition, during July/August we have we have mid-week holiday sailing, Fun Week and the annual regatta with a traditional bank start, which are open to non-members.

We do not have a Club House, but there is a dinghy park in which dinghies and kayaks/canoes can be stored and the club hut which is the meeting point for all events. We have two Patrol Boats for safety cover and a Committee Boat anchored in the race area.

The Club is run a committee which are all volunteers, and all members are expected to help out with Race Officer/Patrol Boat duties.

We also hold a number of social events throughout the year including BBQs, Prizegivings, winter pub series etc.

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Sunday 14th April 2024Spring Series continued.What a glorious sunny morning with a good wind 13-18mph from the west. To parody Shakespeare’s Henry V speech, and members of Blakeney Sailing Club now a-bed, Shall think themselves accursed they were not here….As Simon and Alan often say, what could possibly go wrong, well apart from missing the first race, and flying the spinnaker horizontal in the second, nothing, and oh Matt forgetting his sunscreen cream! All the buoys were passed to port, the tide stayed in long enough for two good races. Ben Lulham had two good wins in his Laser Standard number 13.Well Séan did capsize at buoy 7 but we will not mention that.Thanks again to Race Officers John and Rod and to Patrol Boat helm and crew Matt and Steve. GREAT photos Steve. ... See MoreSee Less
13th April 2024John Myers writes:Here are the results of today's race. Bit like the Grand National today with runners and riders falling at different places. But the favourite today won the first race. Congratulations to Alan and Angela. Rank outsider at 100/1 Simon and Steve on Wayfarer 8181had to pull up due to technical hitches. The second race proved interesting and gave some of the punters good money for their bets!!. Sam Lulham making a first and Trish Moore a good second. Patsy Seymour made a false start and had to retire. The Wells jockey, Hugh Jones, always a good bet in these windy conditions obviously found the going too hard and finished with a fourth and a third. There was some confusion around the first hurdle, the number 8 buoy. The race official arranged for the riders to round the marker the wrong way. Fortunately, there were no falls or retirements at that buoy. Phantom rider, Roger, managed to collide into Alan and Simon, but their stallion Zippidee continued and only had trouble further on when the jockey, Simon, became separated from Zippidee and only just was able too hang on, thereby avoiding a complete collapse and retirement from the race. All participants thoroughly enjoyed the outing. The race officials were duly thanked for their efforts. No stewards' enquiries were seen necessary.So back to it all tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less
Saturday 13th April 2024Spring Series RacesNarrative to follow... ... See MoreSee Less
11th April 2024Hereward Wake on patrol ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday 11th April 2024Glorious!Rear Commodore Séan Moore writes:A small but competitive fleet comprising two Lasers and a Seafly assembled on the dinghy park this morning. Séan and Trish in their Wayfarer prepared for the first Flotilla sail of the year only to find there were no takers and that a lack of winter maintenance had resulted in the need for some last minute furtling.Race Officer Marcus took pity on the Moores and racing was abandoned in favour of a brisk sail to Pinchen’s creek following some starting practice.Once at Pinchen’s we found Alan R and Angela sunning themselves in their deck chairs having made their way there in Buster the motorboat. Despite that we still spoke to them whilst consuming coffee and tray bake, which as you know is the law on Flotilla sails.Whilst all this was going on the wind reduced and the sun came out allowing a pleasant run in back to the cut.Thanks to the two patrol boat crews for looking after us, Dylan for the photos and Marcus for sharing his original views on the geography of Blakeney Harbour! ... See MoreSee Less

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