Itchenor Sailing Club Itchenor The Lane, England, PO20 7AG

One of the south coast’s most renowned sailing destinations, Itchenor sailing club hosts racing March to October and welcomes visiting sailors

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Itchenor Sailing Club is located in one of the South’s most renowned sailing villages, in Chichester Harbour.

The club is a prominent dinghy and keelboat sailing club with a busy calendar of events throughout the year. Due to its position on the Harbour, you can sail from the Club at any state of tide from the three launching slipways and two floating jetties, allowing the racing season to run from March to October. The clubhouse offers great facilities with accommodation and an award winning chef.

 

Can I visit if I’m not a member?

The Sailing Club welcomes visiting sailors and their families, and visitor moorings are available. Find out more about mooring your yacht here.

Car Parking is available within Itchenor village (Postcode: PO20 7AE). Road Trailers can also be left here.

 

 

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