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Welcome to the Island Sailing Club

Having been a member for 60 years I can certainly say it is the most enjoyable club you would wish to belong to as it embraces a true spirit of the sea within its membership and always gives a warm and welcome feeling.

Robin Aisher
Admiral Island Sailing Club

What's on

Please click here for the full Social Programme

The Bar is open from 10am every day.  With our new coffee machine we are now also able to offer Latte, Cappuccino, Espresso and Hot Chocolate.

Please click here to see the Club's Weekly Programme.  There will be a detailed Daily Programme to cover Cowes Week; this should be published by Wednesday 30 July.

Every Tuesday - Evening Race Series
Hatch Supper available from 7pm to 10pm

Saturday 2 August
Start of Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week.  You can collect your Cowes Week Guest Passes from the Club Office during opening hours.  We are currently open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm but from Friday 1 August we will be open from 8am to 9pm.

Monday 4 August
Members Champagne Party from 6.15pm to 7.30pm.  Book your tickets via the Members Area or call 01983 296621.

Friday 8 August
Cowes Week Firework Night - sold out and access to the Club for ticket holders only.

Monday 11 August
The Bar and Dining Room will be closed all day on Monday 11 August; the office will be open from 9am to 5pm.

You can always find more information on the Web Noticeboard

A Warm Welcome to Visiting Yachtsmen

The Island Sailing Club extends a warm welcome to all visiting yachtsmen; there is a visitors book outside the main bar and dining room where you sign in.

We have bar, dining room and shower facilities all of which are available to you once you have signed in. Our dress code is smart casual and there is no need for gentlemen to wear a tie in the evenings unless attending a formal Club event.

Weather information is available on a screen in the main bar, but during normal office hours the office staff can usually give you access to your favourite weather sites if you would prefer.

May we wish you a pleasant visit and a safe onward journey.

Lea Bennett
Club Secretary