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Hunstanton Sailing Club, Hunstanton Hunstanton Sailing Club, Hunstanton

Hunstanton Sailing Club, Hunstanton


General Details

Type:
Sailing / Yacht Club

Historical Details

Founded in:
1949

History:
The club was founded in 1949 and our members have been sailing a variety of vessels in and around the Wash since then. We are a Royal Yachting Association affiliated members club, run by, and for the members, to promote the sport of sailing and social activities connected with it. Our current membership is just over 150, with a good mix of dinghy, catamaran, sail boarders and kite surfers. The club is conveniently located on the sea front in Hunstanton overlooking the Wash in a westerly direction giving some spectacular sunsets. The sailing is good too!! There is a full racing programme for all handicap boats with single handed, crewed mono-hull and catamaran series results. There is a new fleet of RS700 ’s which have their own starts.

Address

Street Address:
Lower Lincoln St

Post Code:
PE36 6BQ

City:
Hunstanton

State/Province:
East of England

Country:
United Kingdom

Contact Information

Telephone Number:
+44 (0)1485 534705

E-Mail Address:
hunstanton.sailing.club@tesco.net

Web Address:
http://www.hunstantonsc.co.uk/

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