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Welcome to Snettisham Beach Sailing Club, a lively and friendly sailing and racing Club

We are one of the leading watersports clubs on the East coast, with family-friendly, multi-level dinghy fleets, wind and kite surfing, paddleboarding, kayaking and a busy social club. We also have a model yacht section for 2021!  We are home to multiple National and European class champions and we run organised social sailing activities alongside our friendly but competitive racing programme.
With events throughout the season, racing from March to October and social events throughout the year we welcome visiting watersports enthusiasts and their families and encourage regular participation in all club activities.  Please check out our calendar.

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Latest news

Topper ITCA Traveller event at Snettisham Beach Sailing Club

Lack of wind reduced racing to one race - Please see results attached  More »

Published 8:48am on 20 Jul 2021

CADET WEEK-Last Chance saloon!

Cadet week bookings are going very well.  Week 1: August 2nd til 6th presentation on Sat August 7th & mud games    Last few spaces left: Double hands -Sea = 1 space  Gold = 2 spaces Bronze = 3 spaces Novice = 2 spaces  More »

Published 5:50am on 13 Jul 2021

!! New Female Junior Fleet Captain Appointed !!

Congratulations Amelia Eaton for being selected as our new SBSC Female Junior Fleet Captain! Amelia will partner our current Male Junior Fleet Captain, Matt Lloyd in supporting our growing number of Junior Sailors. She will be working closely with all juniors to encourage their development, confidence and help them improve their all round sailing skills and seamanship across all abilities, from beginners to social fun sailors and through to racing juniors.  Amelia joins Matt with More »

Published 6:26pm on 11 Jul 2021

First ringed plover chicks near to Snettisham Sailing Club have hatched today - 2 June 2021

Can you spot the chick in the photo?! !!!! The RSPB's Lizzie Bruce has advised that the ringed plovers at the beach have started hatching today so its more vital than ever that dogs are not off leads on the beach. The chicks will be exploring all over the beach particularly along the tide line so  humans should look all over the beach too and beware of what they might be treading on !!!! More »

Published 7:03pm on 2 Jun 2021

RYA Beginner Sailing Courses in May

If you are looking to learn how to sail this year why not try now in May! We still have spaces available on our RYA Level 1 Dinghy Sailing Course on the 22nd & 23rd of May and on our RYA Stage 1 Course on the 29th & 30th of May. Please visit our website Training page for more details and to book online today! More »

Published 12:00am on 12 May 2021

The BAR RE-OPENED for outside service last weekend !!!

Open depending on tide times but usually around high tide time. Remember, seating will be outside so dress for the weather - but you're sailors, so you knew that already..... Make sure you don your face mask and keep your social distance when collecting from the bar More »

Published 10:49am on 28 Apr 2021

Upcoming events

Jul 23

RYA Dinghy Instructor Course » Day 5

Jul 24

10:00am - RYA Youth Stage 3 » Day 1 Cancelled

Jul 24

10:00am - RYA Youth Stage 1 » Day 1

Jul 24

4:00pm - Cadet Cup 1,2,3 - Lake

Jul 24

6:30pm - Summer Series 12,13,14

Check Duty Roster if you would to volunteer for duties
Jul 25

6:30am - Midships Series 10,11

Check Duty Roster if you would to volunteer for duties
Jul 25

6:30am - MIDSHIP SERIES 10 & 11

Jul 25

10:00am - RYA Youth Stage 3 » Day 2 Cancelled

Jul 25

10:00am - RYA Youth Stage 1 » Day 2

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