Rudyard Lake Sailing Club Social sailing Social, Friendly Sailing Club RYA Recognised Training Centre Challenging Racing Jybaz Youth Sailing Club Boats for Hire

Rudyard Lake Sailing Club

Welcoming sailing club in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside

Social sailing

relax, unwind and improve your sailing skills in our fun social sailing afternoons

Social, Friendly Sailing Club

great social atmosphere with a fantastic clubhouse and regular social events

RYA Recognised Training Centre

learn to sail with our RYA approved courses

Challenging Racing

active racing groups to test yourself in a range of challenging conditions

Jybaz Youth Sailing

helping younger members build skills and confidence with fortnightly Jybaz training

Club Boats for Hire

try out the variety of club boats we have to see what works for you

There is an active racing scene at the club, with a number of racing series throughout the year for all levels of experience.

We are now racing again but there are limitations on the activities and facilities, which are set out here: Policy 018 - Sailing post COVID-19.

In the Spring we run an Endurance Series. Races take place on Sundays at 11.30, 13.30 and 15:15

From April we also run a Wednesday Evening pursuit race starting at 7.30 The first three races will start at 7pm. On Wednesdays, there is also a more informal sailing at 15:30 for those that would like to develop their skills or start racing.

The Main season starts late April. The First race of the day is at 11.30 and is a pursuit series. After lunch at 13.30 we have the main handicap race of the season (Folkes Series) where all boats start together. At 15.15 the final race of the day is a Mass Start.  This changes in June to a second

In the summer (June/July) we change the format slightly. In the mornings we hold Jybaz or Go Sailing sessions for novicies followed by racing in the afternoon.

In August/September we revert to a three race format.

The later part of the season sees an Autumn Leaves Series with starts at 11.30, 13.30 and 15.15

On some Sundays and weekends, one off open regattas are held with 3 races on each day. The Trophy day regatta is a bit different, with 5 races in one day – more chance to practice starting!

Club News

Membership Renewal Guides

Hi all, it is membership renewals time for many people on annual memberships. Here's what you need to do.

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COVID-19 Response

All on water activities are currently permitted and use of the clubhouse is permitted with restrictions and social distancing.

Read on for the latest updates.

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Rudyard Ruminations

News from the Sailing Secretary

I’ve just looked at the long range forecast and it’s getting better, with warmth and sunshine on the way at last. We have lots happening over the next couple of months so here is a summary.

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Join the RYA now and raise money for the club at www.rya.org.uk/go/join  

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