which type of boating is RIGHT for you?

Dinghies are small sailing vessels, which typically have only 1 or 2 people on board, and normally aren’t longer than 5m. Sailing in a dinghy is very direct, which every change making a difference. Normal sailing is in a local area to the club, either going for a pleasure sail or competing in very close racing.

Cruising takes place on yachts, where crew numbers range from 4-8+ people. Our cruising yachts are both around 44ft long, which is perfect for heading further afield and overnight stays. Cruising is generally relaxed and rather social, whereas the racing will test your teamwork skills!

Powerboats are not powered by sails, but by engines. Our inflatable RIBs are between 5 and 10m in length, which is the perfect size to learn to drive. This is an incredibly diverse sport with many uses, from day cruising, to racing support, and even racing!
Wingfoiling is a relatively new sport that has taken the world by storm. It’s designed to make use of light winds, by using a foil which allows the board to take off and fly at high speed. Our kit is designed to take you from beginner to expert with a variety of wings, boards, and foils.


Learning to sail a dinghy will teach you everything about sailing, as you are in full control of your boat! It’s a very accessible way of getting into sailing, as you can head out by yourself after just a couple of courses.


Cruising courses guide you down the perfect path into bigger boat sailing, and after a few courses you will be able to skipper and charter your own yacht. This route can take you comfortably into offshore sailing and racing.


A valuable asset to any sailing centre, powerboat courses train you to drive a powerboat safely. The primary use is for support on training and racing, although the qualification is recognised around the world, allowing you to rent powerboats.


For those wanting a bigger adrenaline rush on the water, wingfoiling is for you. It’s (relatively) inexpensive and very space efficient compared to similar sports, so a great way to get into the boarding side of the sailing world.


Background knowledge is key to being a successful sailor, and the theory courses are designed to support your progression within your chosen discipline. These courses also cover safety aspects to help you deal with incidents on the water.

“Thirusha was really helpful during the booking process despite multiple changes from us and Jethro has been a brilliant instructor - we had a hugely informative week. Thanks!”

“Amazing introduction to sailing thanks to the patience of Tony and Callum. Their patience, great vibes and clarity with the information provided definitely contributed to a very smooth experience.”

“Mikey was a great instructor, I hope to have the chance to learn with him in future. The club has a welcoming and relaxed feel to it which is great - I didn’t feel out of place as a novice.”

“Nick, our instructor was great and made a great course for us. RYA standards are great and with clean & structured instructions I loved sailing more and want to continue to my sailing journey.”

“A great day out - Rupert is a highly competent and patient instructor.”

“Our instructor Shannon was great and go really extra mile for us to understand the basics better. Really appreciated her efforts. So happy to participate in this course as it is my first entry into the sailing world.”

“Fantastic experience. Euan and Matteo were very calm, patient and knowledgeable. Thank you.”