Clive Cdre Photo

Clive Farrant – Commodore

Tamar River Sailing Club is a small friendly family club situated on the sunny Devon banks of the River Tamar. We have easy access to the open sea as Plymouth Sound and distant horizons are only a short sail away.

The Club has much to offer. We are an RYA recognised training centre and we are able to provide our members with a variety of sail and power courses.

Our 250 members enjoy the use of an extensive quay, two slipways, an all tide pontoon, over 70 moorings and a comfortable clubhouse. I believe our facilities and location are second to none. The clubhouse is also available to hire at a very reasonable rate.

Racing for yachts takes place on Mondays in the spring and summer and on Saturdays in the autumn and winter. Dinghies race on Wednesday evenings. The expanding Cadet section meet on Friday nights in the spring and summer and benefit from the use of Club owned Topper, Pico, Feva , Laser and RS Vision dinghies. The Club hosts two well supported Regattas during the summer months, one for yachts and one for dinghies.

For latest information members may join our facebook group “Tamar River Sailing Club”

We have a varied and exciting year ahead with a busy social calendar, both ashore and afloat. Visitors and prospective members are always very welcome when the Club is open and I look forward to seeing you all.

Tamar River Sailing Club opening hours:

Wednesday 19:30 23:00
Friday 19:30 23:00
Sunday 16:00 19:00
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