Due to the Corona Virus and current Government restrictions, sadly we are unable to go out sailing at the moment. However, we are holding regular Virtual racing using the 'Virtual Racing App'. Racing for Cadets is on Wednesday afternoons and Sunday mornings; MOB & WOW on their usual Thursday evenings and Wednesday Evening Racing for the Adults. It's great fun and we have lots of Club Members taking part already.
Published 11:34 on 24 Apr 2020
Although we're unable to physically get out onto the water or meet up at the Club with fellow Club Members, there are still events and activities happening in HRSC's virtual Club House and on the virtual River Hamble! Every week we are running Virtual Regatta Racing for all areas of the club, Cadets, MOBs & WOWs and our Wednesday Night Racers. To find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Virtual social events
Published 11:30 on 24 Apr 2020
With the glorious weather temping us to get on the water, we must carry on following Government advice and that of our Harbour Master, that leisure activities on the water should cease. The Sailing Committee has been getting together to monitor the situation and has agreed plans to launch our usual programme of activities as soon as restrictions allow. We are well placed to start running events within a week of restrictions being lifted.
Published 13:17 on 10 Apr 2020
If any of our members are self-isolating(individually or as a family) and need support such as shopping for essentials, collection of prescriptions, social contact, dog walking, etc. please get in touch.In the spirit of our Club we are setting up a HRSC Members Support Hub and are happy to help any members who need this support.We are also looking for members who would be happy to be part of our Support Hub.
Published 15:38 on 19 Mar 2020
Following the latest Government advice, we have had to make the sad decision to restrict access to the Club and Club House.This means all club and external activities are no longer taking place with immediate effect. Gemma and Richard will still be working at the club for now however members and visitors are requested not to enter the building. For any
Published 13:19 on 17 Mar 2020
Hamble River Sailing Club is delighted to welcome the OK class to the 58th Hamble Warming Pan open meeting for their rescheduled Winter Championship. All non-trapeze dinghies rated PY 970-1172, RS400 and Foxers are invited with those in the PY group mustering eight boats or more getting a separate start, and four or more to receive a class prize. The first start of three back-to-back races is scheduled at 1200
Published 11:37 on 16 Mar 2020
After the Fitting Out Day, the club will be remain open and we will be serving pizza and chips at 6.00pm for one and all, followed by a movie for the Cadets (or any of our "young-at-heart" members!) at 7.00pm
Published 11:15 on 16 Mar 2020
Can you help? We need you to come and help to prepare all our vessels for the forthcoming season. Then there will be pizza and chips plus a movie for the Cadets/young at heart members! This is an excellent opportunity to learn how to rig our variety of boats, if you don't already know! And if you do already know, then you are still needed to come
Published 11:10 on 16 Mar 2020
Hamble River Sailing Club is pleased to welcome IOCA training back to the club. The Optimist (South) class association will be holding two days of Oppie coaching on the 16th and 17 th April. The sessions will be run by IOCA coaches, and aimed at aspiring Oppie Gods and Goddesses to improve their skills. To book on to these sessions please click here or call the club on 023 80
Published 10:55 on 16 Mar 2020
Thursday 27 th February 2020 19.00 at Hamble River Sailing Club Presentation by Steph Merry and Ann Wilkinson 2016 was the centenary of the famous Shackleton voyage from Elephant Island to South Georgia, after his expedition ship the Endurance had sunk in pack ice on the Weddell Sea. 4 members of HRSC (Steph, Wendy Laynton, Ann and Jamie Wilkinson), joined
Published 10:37 on 4 Feb 2020