Welcome to South Windermere Sailing Club
Welcome to South Windermere Sailing Club. Our family friendly club has been on the shore of Lake Windermere for over 50 years. We have a fantastic new club house opening this year which can be found at Fell Foot Park on the southern tip of the lake.
Our aim is to provide a friendly club that encourages bothadults and juniors to have fun on the water.
SWSC is an RYA affiliated club that runs an extensive sailing program to suit all ages and abilities. Junior sailing and fun sails take place on Saturday mornings, with relaxed racing on Saturday afternoons. The club organises training sessions for all ages and abilities. A full race program operates on Sundays; this includes handicap racing, fleet racing, a number of long distance races and Pursuit Races. During the summer the club organises two separate weeks of sailing; Family week and Regatta Week. Regular sailors are able to store their boats within a dinghy park, enabling easy launching and the use of two wooden jetties.
The Sailing program is complemented by a number of social events that take place in our outstanding setting.
Todays stroll with SWSC :) Thanks James and Jude. Nice meal afterwards just topped off a great day :)
Published 2:30pm on 13 Mar 2018
Building work on the new facilities is almost complete. The club is working hard with the National Trust team to ensure a smooth transition. All members will have full use of the new Clubhouse and Changing Rooms from Friday 30 th March . So the sailing season will start on Saturday 31st March with Ladies That Launch, 'Saturday A Series' 1 and 'Eiger' 1 followed on Sunday
Published 7:59am on 6 Mar 2018
Thanks to all who risked our Dent Dale Mystery tour :) Great weather (if the breeze was a bit cool :) ) great company of SWSC members, friends,guests and 2 dogs (not to mention the horse at one point!), all rounded of with a pint by an open fire at the Sun Inn :)
Published 9:51pm on 25 Feb 2018
SWSC Winter Walk 11 February 2017 Kendal 12 trusty souls and 2 dogs met at the Strickland Arms, Sizergh in spite of a not very good forecast. Having left the NT car park at Sizergh we plodded through soggy grass up the hill on to the ridge to Helsington Chapel of Ease above Brigsteer. We were in time to get a reasonable view across the Lythe Valley before the Old Man and other fells
Published 10:29pm on 13 Feb 2018