This part of our club is extremely busy throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn. Please read below for more details about how you can join in this exciting and vibrant leisure activity.
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Experienced sailor or novice, if you are looking for a friendly safe place to sail Pagham yacht club is for you. We sail from April through to the end of October on Saturdays and Sundays then from July till the end of August on Wednesday evenings as well..
Saturday afternoons are for leisure and youth sailing and Sundays are race days with a varity of series and one off trophy races. If you would prefer not to race you can take advantage of the patrol boat cover and just have a leisurely sail.
Wednesday evenings are for racing when we have our midweek challenge series, again you can just take to the water for a leisurely sail.
At Pagham we have a small fleet of club boats that members can use so no need to invest in a boat straight away.
So join us on a Saturday afternoon for your first voyage and see why its such fun out on the water, all you need to bring
is a towel and some dry clothes.
As you progress, like all sports, a certain amount of personal equipment is required, we can guide you on what you need and
the best places to buy it locally so there is no need to spend a fortune.
We look forward to meeting you and sharing our sailing experiences at Pagham yacht club.
For more information please don't hesitate to email us on the CONTACTS page.
This year Pagham hosted the annual Tythe Barn race between Pagham, Felpham And Bognor - Sadly Bognor did not feel comfortable with the conditions on the day so the fleet was made up with Sailors from Pagham and Felpham
1st Toby Schofield Aero 5 Felpham
2nd Richard Bentley Aero 5 Felpham
3rd Martin and Connor Gilliam Lark Felpham
4th James Gerwat Supernova Felpham
5th Liam Vass Aero 7 Felpham
6th Louise Green Laser 4.7 PYC
7th Steve Green Laser PYC
DNF for Sophie Bentley Felpham, Simon Orde with crew of Imogen +Jacob Orde, Jack Goodland and Joe Atherton ( Conditions a little to much for some ) Chris Smith (tired from swimming after his boat) Sam Atherton and Alan Philips Sail Issues