Sailing (Inshore & Offshore)

The map of Sailing reveals the unique locations for sailing in the UK, both inshore and offshore.  Learning to sail is a fantastic experience.  Finding the perfect location to put your sailing skills to the test isn't always straightforward, which is why we search far and wide for the finest venues available. This map explores the best UK sailing destinations and looks at what they offer visitors.

Coleraine Yacht Club is a sailing spot located in Northern Ireland. It offers a range of sailing clubs, both dinghy and catamaran, junior and senior. They also host a variety of social events. The club welcomes men, women, and children, whether they are complete beginners or experienced professionals. The Coleraine Yacht Club's main attraction is the 'boom-powered Inland Waterways of Coleraine.'

Tees and Hartlepool Yacht Club is another location just waiting to be discovered by adventurous sailors. The club itself offers sailing activities, including dinghy sailing. It also holds annual events, such as an International Catamaran regatta. It welcomes male and female members of all ages, who may prefer to get new experiences at sea or improve their sailing skills and qualifications. The club currently has an active membership of 300. It provides a range of events and activities for all standards and offers time on the water and safety cover during sailing sessions. The club also provides a junior training program that has built up a strong youth following. The club is a sister organization to the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club. The main aims of the sailing section are to provide sailing opportunities in Helford, Falmouth, and other seaside regattas.

Wimbleball Sailing Club is a defunct former members club and yacht charter company founded by David Brewerton and Euan Cundell in 1990. Situated on the tip of the Wimbleball Lake in Cornwall, United Kingdom.  The Wimbleball sailing club offers year-round hospitality, yacht charter, and sailing boat hire, with full training courses accredited by the Royal Yachting Association. Since September 2005, Wimbleball Sailing Club has been operating under full UK sailing school registration. The club can offer Short Sea Skipper boat master training courses.

Lough Erne Yacht Club, Northern Ireland, races are open to all classes of certified yachts. The International Sailing Federation accredits the Lough Erne Yacht Club to conduct Class Keelboat World Championships. The 2001 world championship was held at Lough Erne, and 2006 was at Weymouth.  A field of nearly 110 yachts represented 18 nations. Lough Erne Yacht Club hosts the Island Games regatta every four years. Lough Erne is a stop on Ulster Yachts European tour.

Ariel Sailing Club in London Road, Enniskillen, host many local racing events. USC Sail West is the largest youth sailing program in Northern Ireland and caters to 1000 young sailors at four centres

Arun Yacht Club is associated with the university of Arua, where the yachting season begins with an InterVarsity Yachting week. Arun Yacht club's main attraction is Antrim sailing week which it holds every year in early June. Some of the international Match racing events on Lough Erne include the Gosford Cup and the Curtis Cup.

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