Notices

Regatta – 7th August

Unfortunately due to adverse weather conditions we were unable to run today’s Regatta.  We intend to move the Regatta forward to Saturday 14th August with a similar programme, briefing 9.00 a.m., start racing 10.00 a.m.

Iken Cruise – 8th August

The Iken Cruise on Sunday 8th August has also been cancelled due to the unfavourable weather forecast and moved to Sunday 15th August.

Summer Party Supper

21 August 2021
Fizz Bar at 7pm; Supper at 8pm
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Coronavirus and REOPENING Orford Sailing Club

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Welcome to Orford Sailing Club

Orford Sailing Club is a friendly open club for sailors of all abilities, with a membership of about 500. We are based on the Suffolk Coast, in the picturesque village of Orford within sight of the famous medieval castle. The club offers good facilities and an active dinghy and cruiser sailing programme

Membership & Facilities

The sailing club has over 270 subscribing members (about 580 people in all). Its premises are a purpose-built Clubhouse, containing a clubroom with kitchen, changing rooms, showers and a race officers’ bridge. The dinghy park fronts onto the river, with a concrete ramp giving access at all states of the tide and there is a pontoon which dries out at low water. Locked storage for oars, outboard motors and petrol is available. There is also supplementary storage for some yacht tenders in a covered (but flooding!) shed on the quay. The club has no moorings available itself; application should be made to the New Orford Town Trust.

What We’re About

It is a family-oriented, friendly club which conducts its business with a minimum of formality. Most of the work of running it is done by its members. Tasks such as helping with the maintenance of the Clubhouse and dinghy park, administration of races, manning the rescue boat and catering for race day teas and club parties are carried out by members on a rota basis. Training for rescue boat manning and race officer duties is provided. Great emphasis is placed upon safety and seamanship and the Club is a RYA Training Centre, running regular dinghy and powerboat courses.