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  • Bala Catamaran Club
    Bala Catamaran Club is currently open to New Members, whether you current are looking to change from a mono-hull to a multi-hull, or you are just looking to start sailing in a safe, family environment in a beautiful location. Either pop along to the club on one of our sailing days, or see our Contact Us page. Bala Cat Club is one of the largest catamaran clubs in the UK, with a range of sailors from beginners to accomplished travellers. Llangower, Bala, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.balacatamaranclub.co.uk/
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  • Bala Sailing Club
    Bala Sailing Club is set at the north-east end of Bala Lake giving easy access to the largest & possibly the most picturesque sailing water in Wales. The club is family oriented & offers a wide range of facilities to members & visitors alike. Regular club racing & open events go hand in hand with a more leisurely cruising section for those who simply want to enjoy the lake & beautiful surroundings. The magnificent views from the clubhouse & sun terrace can be supplemented with drinks from a well stocked bar or hot & cold food & drinks from the professionally run galley. Bala Lake, North Wales, UK
    http://www.balasc.org.uk/
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  • Barry Yacht Club
    Since the Club was first formed in 1928, it has seen many changes in direction, from starting as the Barry Yacht and Motor Boat Club, offering racing for sailing and motor boats, to the heady days of dinghy racing in the 60's and 70's when extensive fleets of Albacores, National 18's and Mirrors could be seen on the start line off Jackson's Bay. In later years the Club has focused more on cruising, with many members embarking on long distance voyages, whilst others continued to enjoy evening and weekend club racing. The Club now has excellent facilities for its existing membership, as well as the capacity to welcome new members, both with and without boats. Why not come and join our very friendly Club as a social, sailing, rowing, fishing or cadet member and take advantage of the first class location, a chance to make new friends, and to enjoy sailing along our beautiful coastline. Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, UK
    http://www.barryyachtclub.co.uk/
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  • Bay of Colwyn Sailing Club
    We are now largely an RYA affiliated cruising club. A number of members have moorings allocated by Conwy Harbour Authority. The harbour is 100 yards from the Aberhod slipway where shelter is afforded by the Rhos-on-Sea breakwater. Colwyn Bay is one of the best sailing venues on the North Wales coast. Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, Wales, UK
    http://www.sailcolwyn.org.uk/
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  • Cardiff Bay Yacht Club
    Formed in 1932, the club offers dinghy & offshore racing, a cruising section, a fishing section with competitions, RYA Training, bar & dining facility and social activities. Our memberships are made up of families, couples and individuals all of whom have a common aim and that is to enjoy themselves both on and off the water in a wide selection of boats ranging from cruisers, fishing boats, motor boats and dinghies. The Club also has a very active RYA training centre which offers sailing lessons for both young and old. Cardiff, Wales, UK
    http://www.cbyc.co.uk/
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  • Cardiff Yacht Club
    Cardiff Yacht Club is a thriving yacht club that was originally founded in Cardiff in 1900. With almost 400 members, the club boasts a large membership of committed keen individuals that make the club a success. We have a wide range of experience from those with decades of experience sailing all over the world to those who are new to boating. The club has two active sections, a yacht sailing section and a dinghy sailing section. Additionally we have lively groups of fishermen and motorboats of all sizes. Cardiff, Wales, UK
    http://www.cardiffyachtclub.org/
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  • Chepstow and District Yacht Club
    The Chepstow and District Yacht Club is a small sailing club, founded in 1949, based at St. Pierre Pill, Monmouthshire, Wales, just off the Severn Estuary near Chepstow. We are unique here at the CDYC with our mix of beautiful secluded surroundings at St Pierre Pill, plus our club program, friendliness and DIY ethos. Our Club is made up of a small, friendly group of people from many walks of life who share a love of messing about in and with boats. While we do have the occasional race, we mostly prefer to cruise together or just do our own thing. St. Pierre Pill, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.cdyc.co.uk/
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  • Chepstow Boat Club
    We are a well-established club, that seeks to promote Chepstow as a centre for boating on the River Wye. As a club member, you will enjoy the use of our Landing Pontoon and Walkway, which gives easy, mud-free access to craft on the river. We also have access to the slip-way, for the launch of smaller boats. The Club holds various events throughout the year, such as a Boat Jumble, Barbecues on the river bank, quizzes, Summer and Christmas Dances and Regattas. If you own a boat, or just enjoy messing about on the river, then why not join our club. Come along to our meetings and enjoy a chat with like-minded people. Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.chepstowboatclub.co.uk/
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  • Clywedog Sailing Club
    Clywedog Sailing Club is located in the Heart of the Mid Wales countryside on a lake created in 1967 by the construction of the Clywedog Dam. We welcome all sailors,canoeists, windsurfers, expert and beginner. There is a modern well equipped clubhouse with all facilities and disabled access. We have an active youth section and run weekly training and racing tuition for all. Clywedog Reservoir, Llanidloes, Wales, UK
    http://www.clywedogsailing.org.uk/
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  • Conway Yacht Club
    Founded in 1911, CYC offers one-design and handicap racing, club organised cruises, a golf society and social activities. We have an active COD (Conway One Design) racing fleet, which races weekly between the months of May and October. Our cruiser fleet also races regularly during the summer months. We have a very active social programme centred around our club house in Deganwy Village. Deganwy, Conwy County Borough, Wales, UK
    http://www.conwyyachtclub.com/
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  • Dale Yacht Club
    Founded in 1958, Dale Yacht Club has a long tradition in both dinghy and cruiser sailing. Situated at the western end of the Milford Haven waterway, it has the benefit of a large, sheltered bay which provides an excellent, safe dinghy sailing area. Dinghy racing takes place every Thursday and Sunday during the main season with the Sunday series continuing until late autumn. Junior sailing training sessions take place through the summer. Dale Yacht Club hosts a number of regattas during the year both its own events and as host for other fleets. Dale, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.daleyc.co.uk/
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  • Dovey Yacht Club
    Dovey Yacht Club is a very friendly club catering for Dinghies, Cruisers and Sailboards and Kitesurfers. It is probably the best located Yacht Club in Wales with stunning views over the Dovey estuary. With its newly refurbished changing rooms and toilets we offer wonderful facilities both for sailing and social events. We have a healthy dinghy fleet including GP14's, Lasers, RS Visions, RS Fevas, 49ers and many others, a thriving junior fleet of Toppers including many club boats, a buzzing kitesurfing scene and friendly cruiser fleet racing. Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.doveyyachtclub.org.uk/
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  • Fishguard Bay Yacht Club Clwb Hwylio Bae Abergwaun
    The ideal base for sailing and rowing in North Pembrokeshire, home to Fishguard and Goodwick Jemima Rowing Club. Fishguard Bay Yacht Club provides amenities for dinghy sailing, yachting and rowing in North Pembrokeshire. The Club is home to the Fishguard and Goodwick Jemima Rowing Club and there is a busy schedule of training, racing, and sailing and rowing for fun. We also have a lively social section. Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.fbyc.org.uk/
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  • Gresford Sailing Club
    Gresford Sailing Club was started 1959 by Mr Arthur Jones who owned the farm that the Flash was part of. He lived next to the Flash lake which is where we are still sailing today. The farm is now run by Arthur's family who let us carry on the sailing at the Flash. Arthur formed Gresford Sailing Club as a community based club with the aim of family sailing and low membership costs and this still remains true today. We hold races on a Wednesday evening and a Sunday afternoon. Gresford, Near Wrexham, Wales, UK
    https://gresfordsailingclub.org.uk/
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  • Hafan Pwllheli
    An association of berth holders at this marina facility. The marina has played host to a number of British European and World sailing championships. Hafan Pwllheli is the only sheltered harbour in the north of Cardigan Bay offering deep water moorings for boats up to 80 feet in length. Ashore, the busy market town of Pwllheli has a full range of services and shops for yachtsmen along with comprehensive boatyard facilities. Lleyn Peninsula, Pwllhelli, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.hafanpwllheli.co.uk/
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  • Holyhead Sailing Club
    Holyhead Sailing Club, based in the historic Holyhead harbour, Anglesey, was founded in 1905 as the Porth-y-Felin Sailing Club. The Club's stated aim is simply to "support & encourage sailing" and with over 600 members and moorings for up to 170 boats we are well placed to support those aims. Holyhead harbour is a 'harbour of refuge' with one of the longest breakwaters in the UK, built on Ynys Wellt and completed in 1873. Day sailing and racing in the Bay are popular Summer activities for members. Newry Beach, Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales, UK
    https://www.holyheadsailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Llanbedr & Pensarn Yacht Club
    The LPYC is a small club with around 120 members and with few formalities. All types of boating are catered for, dinghy and cruiser racing on handicap, fishing, cruising and just messing about in boats. The estuary is a natural area with a good deal of wildlife and only limited access by public road. Llandanwg, Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.lpyc.org.uk/
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  • Llandegfedd Sailing Club
    A family oriented club which offers dinghy racing, RYA Training for youth & adults, and social activities. Llandegfedd Sailing Club welcomes new members of all abilities; there is a high standard of racing on Sundays with Wednesday evening racing followed by curry and beer in the local pub during the summer months. This gives the keen racer the opportunity to compete against world and national champions, although the less competitive are still made very welcome to take part in club racing. If you don't wish to race you are welcome to cruise and benefit from our training and coaching sessions. Llandegfedd Reservoir, New Inn, Wales
    http://www.llandegfedd.org.uk/
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  • Llandudno Sailing Club
    Llandudno Sailing Club is a family based dinghy sailing club with a clubhouse situated on the promenade at Llandudno, with excellent views over the whole of Llandudno Bay and for the 2015 season has access to a brand new concrete slipway directly opposite the clubhouse. The club is RYA affiliated runs a full Club Racing program, predominantly mixed fleet racing as well as a Social program. We are an accredited RYA Training Center with all the guarantees of safety and quality that denotes and run courses for club juniors and adults as well school and affiliated groups such as the Deganwy Sea Cadets. Llandudno, Conwy, Wales, UK
    http://llandudno-sailing.com/
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  • Llangorse Sailing Club
    Llangorse Sailing Club gives its members access to Llangorse Lake for sailing (dinghies and windsurfers) in one of the most beautiful surroundings in the UK. There is a year-round programme of support for junior sailors, with training and instruction as well as racing - all run in accordance with the RYA Youth Sailing Scheme - and the club actively seeks to involve families wherever possible. As an RYA OnBoard club it is also a primary objective to introduce junior newcomers to the sport. The club is also an RYA Training Centre and thus provides a range of training opportunities for adults too. There is a full racing programme throughout the season which runs from March to the end of November. The site and facilities are freely accessible to all members throughout the season. Brecon, Powys, Wales, UK
    https://llangorsesailing.com/
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  • Llyn Brenig Sailing Club
    A small friendly club which has an active fleet of boats from a wide variety of classes. Offers a sailing programme, a training programme, and a social programme. Whether you already sail or are new to sailing, we would love you to join our club. As the highest sailing club in North Wales (and the UK!), we have excellent wind which is perfect for learning to sail and competitive sailing. Denbigh, North Wales, UK
    http://www.llynbrenigsc.org.uk/
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  • Madoc Yacht Club
    MYC is situated on the side of the Historic Porthmadog Harbour - in the 19th century a thriving port and ship building centre. The Club has a vibrant Social calender. It offers great variety with live music, quizzes, garden parties, plays, fancy dress nights, Christmas and New Year parties and a whole host of other events. Our facilities are to be enjoyed by all visiting boats. This includes the bar, the showers, toilets and laundry facilities, not forgetting the Thai Harbour Restaurant. Pen-y-Cei, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.madocyc.co.uk/
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  • Merioneth Yacht Club
    Ee are located in Barmouth on the edge of Snowdonia National Park giving access to Cardigan Bay one of the most picturesque sailing areas in Wales. You'll find a warm & welcoming club with excellent facilties. The mainly southerly winds provide excellent sailing conditions and we have a well equipped clubhouse and training room making Merioneth Yacht Club one of the most popular sailing venues in the country. We run RYA theory courses in the winter months and have a power boat section which runs practical power boat and personal watercraft courses in the summer months. For those of you who enjoy the social side you will find that there are regular social events and the Club House bar provides one of the most beautiful views in Wales with the added pleasure of a cool beer or glass of wine. Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.merionethyachtclub.co.uk/
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  • Merthyr Tydfil Sailing Club
    We are a very friendly dinghy sailing club with one of the most beautiful settings in the whole of the UK. The emphasis within this club is on fun. We do race but the atmosphere is always friendly and welcoming to newcomers. Based on the 253 acre Pontsticill Reservoir in the Brecon Beacons National Park. With this location even non-sailing members of your family can enjoy a lovely day out, with a gentle stroll around the reservoir or up into the hills, simply enjoying the views. We sail everything from boards to 20ft cats and have members of all ages and with a wide range of abilities. The emphasis within this club is on fun. We do race but the atmosphere is always friendly and welcoming to newcomers. Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, UK
    http://www.mtsc.org.uk/
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  • Mumbles Yacht Club
    MYC offers dinghy (monohull & catamaran) and cruiser racing, championship regattas, RYA Training, junior sail training, and social activities. Cruiser, dinghy, catamaran and youth sailing/racing takes place every weekend during the Spring, Summer and Autumn, with additional evening sailing during Summer weekdays. We also run a well attended Winter series between October and March with sailing/racing every other weekend. Swansea, Wales, UK
    http://www.mumblesyachtclub.co.uk/
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  • Nefyn Sailing Club
    Multiclass sailing on the Llyn Peninsula. Nefyn Sailing Club runs a month long program of competitive multi-class races throughout August. Located on the Lleyn peninsula, people come from all parts of the country to race and enjoy the fantastic scenery. Nefyn, Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    https://nefynsailing.com/
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  • New Quay Yacht Club - Clwb Hwylio Cei Newydd
    A family club with a large and active cruiser racing section. Also offers competitive dinghy racing and junior training. The Club's primary aim is to support dinghy and cruiser sailing, whether for leisure or racing; working closely with Cardigan Bay Watersports. New Quay, Ceredigion, North Wales, UK
    http://www.nqyc.club/
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  • Newport Boat Club - Clwb Cychod Trefdraeth
    We hope that the following information will help you to enjoy your membership of Newport Boat Club and the unrivalled Parrog, Nevern Estuary and Newport Bay nestled within the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We are situated just off the Pembrokeshire Coast Path - one of the best long distance trails in the world, according to Lonely Planet. We are proud that our Club has an inclusive, friendly style, a modest subscription and is equally welcoming to local and holidaying members. We are always happy to receive visiting members of other sailing and/or boating clubs. The Parrog, Newport, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.newportboatclub.co.uk/
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  • Newport Uskmouth Sailing Club
    Newport Uskmouth Sailing Club was established in 1968. It is situated on the east bank of the Usk just before the Usk and Ebbw meet the Bristol Channel. We are a small friendly sailing club with an active membership. Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK
    http://nusc.co.uk/
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  • Neyland Yacht Club
    Neyland Yacht Club is a friendly, family orientated sailing club located on the north bank of the River Cleddau, enjoying superb views of the river up and down stream. We cater for dinghy, cruiser and motor boat owners and have a strong longboat rowing club amalgamated to the Yacht Club. There are regular club races for both dinghies and cruisers. We hold an annual Open Regatta for cruisers and dinghies with separate starts for each. We also arrange club rallies for everyone now and again. There is a well stocked bar managed by our steward and a restaurant providing excellent meals and varied menus at sensible prices. Neyland, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    http://neylandyachtclub.co.uk/
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  • North Wales Cruising Club
    The North Wales Cruising Club was founded in 1928 for yachtsmen who enjoyed the pleasures of cruising, as opposed to racing, and is one of the most active Clubs in the North Wales region. Our fleet consists of a 130 vessels, from small to large, and includes both yachts and motor cruisers. Cruises are arranged on a regular basis, including weekend trips to the Menai Straits and around Anglesey, and longer ones which take advantage of the extensive cruising area to the Isle of Man, Ireland and the west coast of Scotland. Conwy, Wales, UK
    http://nwcc.info/
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  • North West Venturers Yacht Club
    Based in Beaumaris, North Wales, we are a sailing and cruising club with a lively program of sailing weekends, events and socials. The North West Venturers Yacht Club, founded over 50 years ago, has always been a 'family' club - more interested in BBQ's on the beach at the end of a days cruise than Kevlar sails and protest flags. Our constitutional Aims talk about fostering good seamanship, training members (both newcomers to the sport and those who know that there is always something to learn) and 'sailing in company'. Most weekends during the season the Programme includes a cruise - often with a party at the destination for kids of all ages. Longer cruises give members the opportunity to cruise in company to unfamiliar harbours and anchorages. The occasional race is designed more to improve boat handling skills under sail than secure trophies - though we do have a few of those! Anglesey, North Wales, UK
    http://www.nwvyc.org.uk/
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  • Pembroke Haven Yacht Club
    Situated on the south side of the Milford Haven waterway some nine miles from the open sea, PHYC members enjoy cruising and racing of cruiser-yachts. The clubhouse offers all customary amenities including bar and social area with race control and spectating, whilst tender storage provides convenient direct access to a good slipway with deep water pontoon serving moorings administered by the club. Currently the club administers winter storage and lifting at a nearby yard. The sheltered waters of the extensive haven provide for racing options in almost all conditions. Hobbs Point, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    https://www.phyc.co.uk/
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  • Pembrokeshire Yacht Club
    Records show that competitive sailing existed on Milford Haven Waterway more than two hundred years ago but it was in 1923 that the first sailing club was formed. Membership is open to anybody who wishes to enjoy the benefits of PYC. Whether you have an interest in water based activities such as rowing, sailing, diving, fishing etc. or even if you wish to join purely as a social member and enjoy the facilities being offered for all the family at our clubhouse then it is a membership worth consideration. Gellyswick, Milford Haven, Wales, UK
    http://www.pembsyachtclub.org.uk/
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  • Penarth Yacht Club
    Penarth Yacht Club is a thriving modern club situated on the East facing promenade in Penarth, about 5 miles South of the City of Cardiff on the Bristol Channel. The club combines sailing and rowing with a lively social atmosphere with many events through the year. Rowing takes place on the sea in coastal rowing boats and on Cardiff Bay in fine boats. Training takes place throughout the year and is currently producing some high class male and female competitors. Sailing activity consists of dinghy racing in Enterprise, Laser, Mirror and Feva dinghies. A busy programme of social events occurs throughout the year. Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK
    http://www.penarthyachtclub.com/
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  • Penmaenmawr Sailing Club
    The club offers racing, youth sailing and social activities. The Club is located at the West End of Penmaenmawr beach in North Wales, offering fantastic access to the beach and sea. We have one of the best club houses on the North Wales Coast, with a bonus of spectacular views to Puffin Island, Anglesy and The Great Orme. Sailing in Conwy Bay From the safe and sandy Blue Flag Beach, catamarans and sailing dinghies are launched on the wide swept Conwy Bay which provides spectacular views of the North Wales coastline and the Mountains of Snowdonia. Penmaenmawr, Wales
    http://pensailing.co.uk/
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  • Port Dinorwic Sailing Club - Clwb Hwylio Y Felinheli
    P.D.S.C. has long had the reputation of being a friendly and informal club that welcomes people of all ages who are interested in sailing, whether this takes the form of racing, cruising or just sailing for fun. It is a club that particularly welcomes families. The present members are eager to keep up this reputation and new members are soon made to feel at home. The club has a thriving youth section and makes strenuous efforts to encourage young people as well as adults new to the sport. y Felinheli, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.pdsc.org.uk/
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  • Porthcawl Powerboat & Ski Club
    The club is based at 4 Bay View Road, Newton and is within easy reach of the seafront at Newton Bay and Trecco bay Caravan Park. Newton Bay is a natural bay which remains sheltered throughout the summer months which gives rise to excellent sea based water sports. The club formed mainly for sea based watersports such as water-skiing and powerboat racing now boasts a large number of sea angling members and jetski owners. The club has its own fleet of tractors which are available for any member to use to launch and recover their craft from the water. Newton, Porthcawl, Wales, UK
    http://www.pps-club.com/
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  • Porthmadog Sailing Club
    Portmadoc Sailing Club was formed in 1958 by a group of enthusiastic dinghy sailors based at Samson's Bay in the Glaslyn Estuary. Races and Social events were organised throughout the summer months from a marquee in a field behind the beach. Since then the Club has continued to promote the sport of sailing by providing facilities for dinghy and cruiser sailors alike. A race programme for both categories is organised each season but members whose interest lies in sailing for "fun" whether it be pottering about in the estuary or cruising to distant parts are equally well catered for. Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.sailing-club.org/
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  • Prestatyn Sailing Club
    Based in Prestatyn on the lovely North Wales coast, the sailing club was formed over 30 years ago on land leased from the local authority. The club itself, with its own compound was built and created by its members, who continue to remain dedicated and active in repair, maintenance and improvement. We have 3 large and modern four wheeled drive tractors which enable us to launch and retrieve our craft at virtually any state of the tide. The present membership consists of power and fishing boats, some sailing enthusiasts, jet skis and a ever increasing social membership who just enjoy the surroundings and club amenities. Prestatyn, Denbighshire, Wales, UK
    http://prestatynsailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Pwllheli Sailing Club
    Offers dinghy & offshore racing, championship regattas, cruising, a junior section, and social activities. Hafan Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.pwllhelisailingclub.co.uk/
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  • Red Wharf Bay Sailing Club
    A friendly, family club offering all types of events from Sail Training for our youngest members to one of the country's premier long distance dinghy races. Cruising and an active social calendar are also included in our programme. Marianglas, Anglesey, Wales, UK
    http://www.redwharfbaysc.co.uk/
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  • Rhymney River Motor Boat Sail and Angling Club
    Rhymney River Motor Boat Sail and Angling Club has been In existence for over 70 years. The Club Is Proud Of It's Traditions And Culture Developed Over Many Years. If You Are Of A Competitive Nature The Club Hosts Regular Fishing And Sailing Competitions. The Club House Has A Licensed Bar Looking Out Across The Bristol Channel, So Come And Meet Friendly Like Minded People. Cardiff, Wales, UK
    http://www.rhymneyriverclub.co.uk/
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  • Royal Anglesey Yacht Club
    Welcome to the historic Royal Anglesey Yacht Club. Based in the beautiful town of Beaumaris overlooking the Menai Strait and mountains of Snowdonia on the North Wales Coast. Our family-friendly yacht club has been in existence since 1885 when Queen Victoria granted the Royal Warrant. We race a number of different class boats, namely the Fife One Design, and the Menai Strait One Design which are unique to the club. The National Squib, Mirror Dinghy, Laser, Optimist day racers and Off shores are also raced. We have recently started a sea rowing club. We have a very busy social schedule too. Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales, UK
    http://royalangleseyyc.org.uk/
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  • Royal Dee Yacht Club
    Founded in 1815 as the Dee Yacht Club. It is the second oldest yacht club in the UK. On November1st, 1847 the Club was accorded Royal Patronage to become The Royal Dee YC. The Royal Dee has been involved with the organisation of many sailing events in the Irish Sea, often in collaboration with such organisations as ISORA and RORC. Menai Strait, Anglesey, Wales UK
    http://www.royaldee.co.uk/
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  • Royal Welsh Yacht Club
    Set within the medieval walled town of Caernarfon, Porth yr Aur is the oldest yacht club premises in the world. Its unique position offers breath-taking views over the Menai Strait and the old town. Its association with the sea and sailing and the culture and heritage that have developed in their wake are as alive and relevant today as they ever were. Over the centuries numerous events have shaped the colourful tapestry of its history from an early Welsh rebellion to the splendour and pageantry of the Victorian Regattas and the present-day renovation of the site and building. From the onset its founders and members have contributed to its success and have achieved great personal seafaring accomplishments of which we are justifiably proud. Today the Royal Welsh Yacht Club is a vibrant establishment with a varied programme of sailing and rowing events and social gatherings. Why not join us to sample the welcome, and learn more about the fascinating history of this most magical of places and the people that have graced it with their presence. Porth-yr-Aur, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales, UK
    http://www.royalwelshyachtclub.org.uk/
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  • Saundersfoot Sailing Club
    Saundersfoot is a small seaside holiday village in West Wales with picturesque scenery, an excellent beach and ample parking. The sailing waters within Saundersfoot Bay attract many sailors and regattas are always well supported. The club encourages all forms of watersport but it is dinghy and cruiser sailing that forms the major part of our on the water activity, although recently we have developed a strong association with Wiseman' Bridge Rowing Club, who have a busy schedule in Celtic longboats throughout the summer. The club has a full dinghy sailing programme with the season running from April to October each year. To encourage new members to the sport of dinghy sailing the club has an active sail training scheme which is run in accordance with the Royal Yachting Association who are the governing body of the sport in the UK. Cruiser sailing activity is based more on cruising than racing although regular races are held with our neighbouring club Tenby Sailing Club and we also hold a cruiser regatta. Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.saundersfootsailingclub.org.uk/
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  • Shotwick Lake Sailing
    Friendly Sailing Club on the Welsh English Border. Shotwick Lake is situated on the edge of the Dee estuary which can be reached conveniently from North Wales and the North West England. Formerly known as 'Corus Colors Sailing Club', the lake has recently been purchased by the club and is now known as Shotwick Lake Sailing Club. We are a recognise RYA approved training centre offering a wide range of training opportunities for adult and children in sailing, winsurfing and powerboating. Flintshire, Wales, UK
    http://www.shotwicksailing.org/
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  • South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club
    Formed in 1924, the club offers yacht & dinghy racing, a cruising section, Junior Sailing and Training, a restaurant & bar and social activities. Founded in 1924, we have a proud history of hosting many prestigious championship events. Maintaining the highest standards both on the water and in our unique clubhouse overlooking Cardigan Bay, the Club offers unrivalled benefits to existing and new members. Membership of the Club is currently open and the Club is committed to training and developing the sailing skills and knowledge of young people. Our home sailing waters are amongst the best in the U.K. with good wind characteristics and tidal streams. Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales
    http://www.scyc.co.uk/
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