Results, Dinghy Fleets, Dinghy Parking & Race Information

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Organising club racing

The Sailing Committee puts together a sailing programme for the year and oversees the race managagement and organisation. All members of the club with a dinghy in the dinghy park, or who regularly crew in club racing, are expected to help run club racing at least three times per year.

Club Racing

Club racing commences in the Spring, usually first week of April, and takes place on Sundays and Wednesday evenings, until Christmas.

VHF Handheld Radios

The Club generally uses channel M2 for communication during club racing & training. Other channels may be used during larger open meetings and championships.


All current club and event results, plus the results archive.

Medium Handicap

Blaze, Enterprise, Europe, GP 14, Lark, Supernova and Wayfarer, are all dinghy classes sailed within the Medium Handicap Fleet at RSC.

Slow Handicap

Primarily Optimists & Mirrors make up the Slow Handicap Class.

Fast Handicap

The fast handicap fleet covers all dinghies outside of asymmetrics and multi hulls with a handicap (PY) lower than 1039.


The Turbo handicap class comprises a wide variety of monohull dinghies; trapeze and hiking, single and double handed, foiling and non-foiling. The only requirement for this class is that you have a Portsmouth Yardstick of 930 and below. 


This classic two man boat designed in 1948 by Uffa Fox, is another popular and competitive fleet at the club.


A popular single-handed class, sailed by all ages at the club. All three rig sizes are represented at the club.

Youth Training

We consider ourselves to be a family club. We welcome children and hope that they will want to learn to sail.   The club is very keen to introduce your children to the joys of sailing. In fact, we have introduced sailing to some of the best sailors in the world, Ben Ainslie being our most famous. Apart from being lots of fun, sailing is very beneficial to children's development. We train young sailors using Optimists & Mirrors.  

R3 - Humber

Instructions: R3 is a 5.3m Humber Assault with orange tubes and a 60HP Suzuki engine.

Amendments to Notice Of Race & Sailing Instructions

The Notice of Race (Race Calander) and Sailing Instructions are published in the Yearbook.


This exciting catamaran is a great boat for anyone looking to race at the club or explore the beautiful area.

Results Archive (2018 onwards)

Past club and event results, from 2018 onwards.

Club Boats

The club has several boats which are used to run racing, providing race management and safety cover to members and visitors whilst they are out on the water.

Results Archive

Past club and event results, from 2017 and earlier. 

Dinghy Parking

All members must apply for spaces in the boat park and spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Boats are to be parked in accordance with the layout plan (see below, and posted on the Club Notice Board).