Hall of Fame

The club has quite an impressive hall of fame which also includes triple Olympic gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie CBE and Dart world champion Tom Phipps.

About the Club

Restronguet Sailing Club is situated on the West bank of Carrick Roads at the mouth of the beautiful river Fal. Sailors enjoy the benefits of one of the largest and most sheltered natural harbours in the UK. 

Work Levy

The Club operates a Work Support Levy scheme to encourage the more active participation of members in the running and maintenance of the Club and its activities. If Club members don’t do the jobs, they have to be done by outside contractors. The levy helps to reduce those costs.


The committee organise several social events during the sailing calendar which are fun to be a part of as well providing the opportunity to meet and natter other members in the club.


Mylor Yacht Harbour and Windsport can both offer car parking. On-street parking is very limited, especially during the summer period. No parking on the beach.

RSC Bylaws and Rules

The Club Rules, effective 1st December 2018, are reproduced below or can be Downloaded from here. Please note, a new version of the Bylaws, also reproduced below, took effect on 19th May 2018.

Year Book

The year book is published annually, and posted to you in the first quarter of each year. It's a useful resource, and it lists all members contact details.

Brief History

The club was founded in 1933 and was originially located at the mouth of Restronguet Creek, hence its name.


The RYA have published the following policies about safeguarding: http://www.rya.org.uk/about-us/rya-policies/safeguarding/Pages/what-to-do-if-youre-worried.aspx