Welcome to Milton Keynes Sailing Club
Welcome to Milton Keynes Sailing Club, formed in 1978 with the primary objective of promoting the sport of sailing in Milton Keynes. The club has a friendly and informal atmosphere, and visitors are always welcome to call into the club if they want see the facilities or need information regarding sailing membership. The club is affiliated to the RYA, and is an accredited training centre. RYA Level 1 and 2 courses in are run in both the spring and summer. You can sail throughout the year, however the canoe club and rowing clubs have a couple of exclusive evening sessions during the week and early sessions at the weekend. Racing takes place all day on Sundays throughout the year and on Wednesday evenings, light permitting. The club has its own Safety and Committee boats that are manned by RYA qualified Coxswains during all formal club water based activities. The club also has a number of single-handed and two-man dinghies available for use by club members, providing they can sail to the required RYA Level 2 standard.
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take plave on Sunday 31st May.
At 12.30 (lunchtime) in the clubhouse. Please come and see the club is getting on, what we have achieved and our plans going forward.
Family Day 13th June - 2015
More fun for all on our family day this year. Everyone welcome, friends and families.
Here's the format:
· 3pm start
· Couple of hours of fun on the water (race around all the buoys, collect balls on the water etc.)
· 5.30pm BBQ
· 7.30pm twilight race
Whats not to like!
New slipway - now complete
Twice as many boats, twice as wide, half the time to get in and out the the water!
Special mention to Brian Naylor for doing such a fantastic job as Project Manager.
PS lets not just fill it up with trolleys!
Junior dates are now on the club calendar and available to download >>more
Please note we have changed our sailing slots this year. There is more shared time now.
Non free sessions are for the exclusive use of that club - so please do not take other club’s times Sailing craft to use leeward sides of pontoons - Oared craft to use windward sides during shared sessions