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Welcome to the Island Sailing Club

Having been a member for 70 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
Non members are very welcome to scroll through the pages on this website, although we also have a non-members website available here

What's on

Please click here to see the Club's Weekly Programme

Bar and Restaurant Opening Times
Please click here to see the Club's current opening hours.  We will move to our Summer Hours on Monday 16 April 2018 which you can see here.

Upcoming functions and talks - please visit the House page to see a complete list.

Weekend Duty Officer
Did you know there is usually a General Committee member on duty from 1230 to 1430 on Saturday and Sunday every weekend?  If you have any concerns or comments, or are not yet a member but are thinking of joining, please talk to the Duty Officer.  The next Weekend Duty Officer will be MaddyDobson on 17 and 18 March.

Saturday 17 March
NatWest Six Nations - matches to be screened in the Beken Room.  There will be a special food and drink offer to accompany the matches.

Saturday 17 March
'Two for One' on Saturday Nights!  Two people can enjoy a meal and the less expensive main course is free.  This is your last chance to enjoy this special offer and to coincide with St Patrick's Day, the menu will have an Irish theme.

Tuesday 20 March
Four 20th Century Isle of Wight Sea Lords, by Dr Paul Bingham
The Isle of Wight is unique as a district in being able to lay claim to four recent holders of this important post.  The talk will cover not only aspects of their career but their wives and women.  Hatch supper from 1830 to 1930 and the talk starts at 2000

Please visit the Noticeboard page to read more about Winter Reciprocal Arrangements and Special Member Offers

Ferry Travel - don't forget there are offers from Red Funnel and Wightlink; you can read more and book your tickets via the Members Area.

The Club History is available to purchase from the ISC Office or Bar.  Please click here to read more about the book.

A Warm Welcome to Visiting Yachtsmen

The Island Sailing Club extends a warm welcome to all visiting yachtsmen; there is a visitor’s 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.

WiFi is available around the Club building but we ask that your phone, iPad, laptop, etc, is on silent and that you don’t cause an inconvenience to others.

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

Lea Bennett, Club Secretary