The Club was founded in 1905 and is situated on the site of the old railway station, Instow, near the confluence of the Taw and Torridge rivers.  With a 7m tidal range the estuary provides challenging sailing conditions for sailors of all experiences, within the Bideford Bar and beyond into the Bristol Channel.

The Club has a number of training boats ranging from Picos and Lasers to Wayfarers and two new Laser Bahias.  We also have 6 RS Fevas.  During the Season we run races most weekends, weather permitting! The Club hosts many national events and also training for Cadets and Adults. All sailors are welcome - even if you just fancy coming down for a chat and a beer.



Future Diary Dates

The Annual General Meeting will be held at the Clubhouse on

Friday November 24th 2017 at 19:00


Members are reminded that any business for this meeting should be notified to the Secretary in writing by Friday 3rd November 2017.

The Agenda for this meeting will be displayed in the Clubhouse by Friday 10th November 2017.

Any Member wishing to stand for the General Committee is to apply to the Secretary for a Nomination Form.

Any Member wishing a copy of the Agenda to be posted to them, should apply to the Secretary in writing.

The bar is now open Friday evenings 1900 - 2200 and Sunday lunchtimes 1200 - 1500, and for two hours after racing.  

Caroline is providing hot meals on the first & third Sundays of the month, and alternate Fridays only.


   Pete Ewing
  Ann Blackmore
 Simon Fleet

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