If you are looking for opportunities for young people and families to get into sailing, Scammonden Water Sailing Club is just the place. As part of the club’s RYA OnBoard status the ever-popular Saturday Club will once again be running on Saturday afternoons from 7th April to mid-October in 2018. It’s a fun way to get involved in sailing, so follow the link to see how you can get involved.
Scammonden Water Sailing Club is approved to run RYA sailing and powerboat courses and has now released an initial series of dates for 2018. Check out the training pages for more information: RYA Level 1/Level 2 or Powerboat courses.
If you are looking for sailing for young people and families have a look at our ever-popular Saturday Club.
The Snowball Series results are now available on the Results 2018 page.
No need to sit in front of the fire dreaming of sailing in the summer as the annual SWSC Snowball Series starts this Sunday, 7th January and runs until Sunday, 25th February.
Weather permitting, there will be 2 races each week with race 1 starting at 1.00 pm.
This is an Open event, so visitors welcome.
We’re thrilled that SWSC has received Royal Yachting Association Champion Club status.
The scheme, which means Scammonden has a “Centre of Excellence” status for junior race training and racing, validates what our Saturday Club is doing in encouraging new people to sailing and developing young sailors.
For many years the emphasis for our Training Centre has been to introduce new people to sailing and racing and develop their skills as competitive racers. We’re delighted the RYA supports what we are doing in awarding us with Champion Club status.
SWSC would like to thank all volunteers who contribute to the success of the Saturday Club and thank our new and young sailors who are doing brilliantly on the water.
SWSC has just been awarded the Royal Yachting Association’s OnBoard status. Read the full story.