Warsash Sailing Club is closed with immediate effect until Further Notice.
ALL non-essential marine traffic should cease pending further instruction – River Hamble Harbour Authority
- Shore House is closed to members
- Lobster Quay is closed to members
- Club RIBs and launches have been brought ashore
- Change over from Winter to Summer pounds postponed
- All clubs activities on and off the water are suspended
- Spring Series & Championship has been cancelled
- Shore House Jetty, Shore House Slipway and Lobster Quay pontoon are out of bounds.
Members are not to use club any facilities until further notice
- Stay at home
- Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home) Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
- Wash your hands as soon as you get home
You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms
This has been a very challenging decision to have to make on behalf of all members and we will provide updates to you as we work through all the implications for the club. We are continuously re-assessing/managing the financial implications to the Club of COVID-19. We will let members know more about matters financial when the situation stabilises.
For now we hope you all keep well and look forward to when we can reopen and start sailing again.
Trevor Bryant, Commodore
Last updated 28 March 2020
Yacht Racing, Home of the Warsash Spring Series, Weekend Cruises, Dinghy Racing, Youth Training, Women on Water, great catering and a very active social programme are all on offer at our club. We are a club run by our members located at the entrance to the Hamble River, at the heart of UK sailing with easy access to the Solent.
Our club has two sites, Shore House and Lobster Quay, each with a club building, about 50 metres apart. Shore House clubhouse has fabulous views of the water borne activities and houses our administration and social facilities. Directly opposite Shore House is our jetty with mooring facilities and the club race box. Lobster Quay clubhouse provides showers, changing and training facilities and an all states of the tide launching facility.
The success of WSC is due to its balanced membership and activities, with members cruising and racing in boats from dinghies to the largest blue water yachts.
With over 1300 members nearly all areas of marine expertise are represented within the Club which effectively means that help and advice is always readily available.