Laying Up Supper – Saturday 26th November 2016

Laying Up Supper – Saturday 26th November 2016

Filey Sailing Club’s final bash of the year is its Annual "Laying up Supper" (formal dinner). It will take place on Saturday 26th November 2016

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3rd Series

3rd Series "P" Race 12 Results amended with competitors recomendation

The series is now concluded and the winners are 1st Carl Whitehead, 2nd Colin Aldred, 3rd Trevor Jones, congratulations and well done

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3rd Series

3rd Series "P" Course, Races 11 & 12, Sunday 9th Oct 2016

Great breezy with swells sailing. The series is concluded, the winners are 1st Colin Aldred, 2nd Carl Whitehead, 3rd Trevor Jones -Well Done !!

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General Handicap

General Handicap "WL", race 16, 9th October 2016

Series concluded Winners are 1st Trevor Jones 2nd Jamie & Mike Adams 3rd Phil Robinson who gave many a crew a ride to remember Congratulations !!!

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General Handicap

General Handicap "P", race 16, 9th Oct 2016

Series concluded all but 2 of 16 races run and the Winners are - 1st Colin Aldred, 2nd Carl Whitehead, 3rd Pete Stokoe, Congratulations !!

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Welcome to Filey Sailing Club's website

Filey Sailing Club is situated to the north of Filey town nestling on the cliffs at the edge of The North Sea. Filey Bay is protected by a large natural outcrop of land called The Brigg which serves as a barrier to the heavy seas and swells from the North to almost Westerley winds. The Club hosts regular racing for sailing dinghies of all classes. It also has a thriving social calendar for sailiors and non-sailors alike. For novices or those with a casual interest in dinghy sailing the club is a Royal Yachting Association recognised traing centre where courses can be taken to learn the various different facets of water borne activities. During July each year the club hosts its annual Regatta which sees up to 150 boats from all over the country competing in a series of races over two days. This is a spectacular sight for sailors an land lubbers alike and sees the town of Filey humming with excitement.