Yorkshire Sailing Clubs

Beaver Sailing Club
Beaver Sailing Club is located on Southfield Reservoir, alongside the Aire and Calder Canal, near Snaith, with road access from the A614.
Craven Sailing Club
Craven Sailing Club is based near Skipton. The 27 acres of water is not a big area but it provides demanding but enjoyable racing and a great environment for learning to sail.
Denholme Sailing Club
Denholme Sailing Club is based at Doe Park, Denholme, Bradford.
Filey Sailing Club
The club hosts regular racing for sailing dinghies of all classes. It also has a thriving social calendar for sailors and non-sailors alike.
Halifax Sailing Club
Halifax Sailing Club has the sole use of Yorkshire Water's Warley Moor Reservoir (also known as Fly Flats). The reservoir is 90 acres, and being at an altitude of 410 meters enjoys clear winds, providing top quality sailing.
Hornsea Sailing Club
Hornsea Mere has been the home of Hornsea Sailing Club for over 50 years. The club organizes an extensive racing programme and offers a base for those who wish to use the lake for cruising.
Huddersfield Sailing Club
Huddersfield Sailing Club is a friendly family-orientated club based at Boshaw Whams Reservoir, 1.5 miles south of Holmfirth.
Humber Yawl Club
The Humber Yawl Club has club houses and facilities at Brough on the north bank of the Humber and at Winteringham on the south bank.
Otley Sailing Club
Otley Sailing Club provides sailing training for members, from absolute beginners to the highest level. It is a family oriented club and training courses for children, including residential experiences are available. The Club possesses excellent on-shore facilities with a substantial clubhouse.
Pennine Sailing Club
Pennine Sailing Club is based at Winscar Reservoir, Dunford Bridge, just off the A628 Barnsley to Manchester road (Woodhead Pass).
Ripon Sailing Club
Ripon Sailing Club provides a family-friendly location to race, learn or just potter. There is a modern well-maintained clubhouse with hot showers, a galley and bar. The club's sailing water is Farnham Lake, which is to the North of Knaresborough.
Rotherham Sailing Club
Rotherham Sailing Club is a vibrant and competitive family club, sailing on Harthill reservoir, which is between Sheffield and Worksop, with easy access from both the M1 and M18 motorways. It boasts a newly refurbished clubhouse with comfortable and friendly surroundings. There is a strong youth section with help and support available to beginners and improvers of all ages.
Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club (RYYC)
The RYYC is based in Bridlington and operates from two sites. The main clubhouse is located on Windsor Crescent just opposite the harbour, whilst the dinghy section operates from Blyth Park a couple of miles south down Bridlington's sandy beaches. Members and visitors are made welcome to use all the club's facilities.
Runswick Bay Beach & Sailing Club
Runswick Bay Beach and Sailing Club offers both the sailor and the non-sailor - and their families - an ideal base while enjoying the seaside.
Scammonden Water Sailing Club
Scammonden Water Sailing Club is a very friendly family club situated near Halifax, Huddersfield and the motorway network (M62). Whilst there is ample opportunity for cruising and honing of sailing skills, the main activity of the club is racing.
Sheffield Viking Sailing Club
Sheffield Viking, based at Damflask Reservoir, has a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, where beginners and the experienced can sail and race together.
South Yorkshire Sailing Club
South Yorkshire Sailing Club sail on Morehall Reservoir in the Ewden Valley, near the village of Bolsterstone on the north-western outskirts of Sheffield. The Reservoir is situated in beautiful countryside and yet is only half a mile from the main Sheffield to Manchester road (A6102).
Thornton Steward Sailing Club
Thornton Steward Sailing Club is a small family club based at Thornton Steward Resevoir near Bedale.
Ulley Sailing Club
Ulley Sailing Club is a small friendly sailing club located between Rotherham and Sheffield catering for both racing and casual sailing. Families are especially welcome and the emphasis is on enjoyment - not out-and-out racing.
Wakefield Sailing Club
Wakefield Sailing Club is based at Pugneys Country Park. This site is a multi-activity centre that caters for lovers of water sports such as windsurfing, canoeing and sailing, and is the largest sailable body of water in the area. It also attracts walkers and wildlife enthusiasts and is overlooked by a ruined castle.
Welton Sailing Club
The sailing club is the largest section of Welton Water Sports Club, based on Welton Waters, a former clay pit of some 100 acres close to the Humber Bridge.
West Riding Sailing Club
West Riding Sailing Club is one of the largest and oldest sailing clubs in Yorkshire. It is situated five miles south-east of Wakefield on Wintersett Reservoir, with a sailing area covering approximately 100 acres.
Whitby Yacht Club
Whether you want to cruise a few miles up the coast to Runswick Bay or across an ocean, Whitby Yacht Club welcomes new cruising members, both sail and power. The club house is located in an enviable position on Pier Road above the RNLI Museum and provides an excellent town centre position as well as providing unsurpassed harbour and sea views.
The White Rose Sailing Association
The White Rose Sailing Association, on the River Ure near Ripon, is a small friendly club with a good dinghy racing and social programme from March to October.
Yeadon Sailing Club
Yeadon Sailing Club is located adjacent to Yeadon Tarn, close to Leeds/Bradford Airport, and welcomes everyone, young or not so young, experienced or novice.
York RI Sailing Club
York RI Sailing Club is a small, family sailing club on the banks of the River Ouse in York. There is an active Sunday racing programme supplemented by a Wednesday evening series in the summer months, but the location is also ideal for cruising.
Yorkshire Dales Sailing Club
Located high in the magnificent scenery of the Dales National Park, Yorkshire Dales Sailing Club is based at Grimwith Reservoir - at 371 acres, it is the largest inland sailing venue in Yorkshire.
Yorkshire Ouse Sailing Club
Yorkshire Ouse Sailing Club was formed in 1938, and has been based at its premises in Naburn since then. Racing takes place on Sundays from mid-March through to early November, and on Wednesday evenings from mid-April to late July.

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