Waldringfield Sailing Club

Crew and Helm Finder

Our Crew Finder service looks to match up people who want to crew with helms looking for a crew.

If you want someone to sail with, email Mark Johnston at wsccrewfinder@gmail.com

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News, Articles & Events

Racing Results (Click here)

  • 28th August 2019 – Wednesday Supper Booking
    28th August 2019 – Wednesday Supper Booking

    Please use the form below to book your meal choice for Wednesday Supper. Please book by Monday 26th August to ensure your choice and an actual meal! Contact galley@waldringfieldsc.com if you have any...


    The high spot of the summer sailing season! The 2019 Cartoon is on Saturday 14 September and Sunday 15 September. 6 races in 2 days – what could be better? Notice of Race Open Meeting Sailing In...

  • Cadet Week 2019
    Cadet Week 2019

    Wednesday 28th August to Sunday 1st September Documents Notice of Race Programme & ESIs Entry Form...

  • Updates from the General Committee #2 – June 2019
    Updates from the General Committee #2 – June 2019

    Update #2 – 25th June 2019 Introduction This briefing is the second of our quarterly updates on topics that have been on the agenda of the General Committee. The General Committee meets monthly and ha...

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Sailing Opportunities at Waldringfield

Our Pathway

Our pathway helps you to understand the opportunities to learn and take part in sailing activities at Waldringfield.

Our Participation Pathway
Whatever your sailing background; from complete newcomer to expert, and whether you are interested in racing or just going for a leisurely sail, then get in touch with the relevant contact below to find out what we offer and how you can get involved.


See below for more details


Why join Waldringfield?

  1. The best spot on the beautiful river Deben
  2. Friendly, family-oriented people
  3. Strong junior section
  4. RYA Recognised Training Centre
  5. Emphasis on one-design racing
  6. Easy access to great yacht moorings


Go Sailing

Go Sailing at Waldringfield

Do you want to Just Go Sailing?

Join our social sailing activities in dinghies and yachts,

Contact Oriel O’Loughlin

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Start Racing

Start racing at Waldringfield Sailing Club

Do you want to Start Racing?

Crewing opportunities and learning from the experts

Contact Tony Geary

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Go Racing

Go racing at Waldringfield Sailing Club

Go Racing in one of our core classes;

Cadet, Dragonfly, Laser, Lark, RS200, Squib, Topper, Wayfarer

Contact: relevant class captain

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Support Sailing

Support Sailing

Would you like to Support our Sailing?

Would you like to help on our support or race management boats?

Contact: John Smith

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Join the Fun

Join the fun

Would you like to Join our Club?

Contact: Cathy Fish

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Children’s Sailing at Waldringfield

Pirates & Mermaids

Introduce your children to our river

Informal beach and water based activities for the under 7s

Contact Catherine Hughes

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Junior Sailing Club

Junior sailing club

Saturday morning Junior Sailing Club

A two stage programme; introduction to sailing followed by an introduction to racing with the emphasis on having fun

Contact: Alan or Helen Krailing

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Go Racing

Junior racing at Waldringfield Sailing Club

Go racing in our Cadet or Topper fleets

Enjoy the challenge of learning to race, and develop friendships for life.

Cadet Contact:Jamie Whittle

Topper Contact: Julian Rains

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Go Kayaking & Club Boats

Book an RS200, Topper or Mirror dinghy or a Kayak online.

You can now book one of our club Toppers, or our RS200 or Mirror.  We also have a couple of Kayaks. Great for exploring the parts of the river other boats cannot reach. Find out more…

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Key Information

2019 Programme

Click to open the 2019 programme (PDF)

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Duty Rota

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Photo Albums

Photo Gallery

Latest album:

Sunsets, Sunrises & (Bottle Boat Racing – 11th Aug 2019) © Roger Stollery

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