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Welcome to the Island Sailing Club

Having been a member for 68 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
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What's on

Please click here for the Weekly Programme

Bar and Restaurant Opening Times
We are currently operating our Spring/Summer hours.  Please click here to see the full hours.  The Autumn/Winter hours come into effect on Monday 3 October and can be seen here.

AGM Notices
Please go to the Notices page of the Members Area to see the Committee Nomination Notice, Motions of Special Business and Rule Changes

Every Monday
Bridge Club - meet at 1315 for a 1330 start

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 Duty Officer will be Steve Horne on 24/25 September.

Tuesday 27 September
London and the Livery Companies - Heather Hawker
The City of London's trade and governance with particular reference to the medieval and modern livery companies.  Hatch supper available from 1830 to 1930 and the talk starts at 2000.

 

The Club History is available to purchase from the ISC Office or via the Members Area of the Club website.  Please click here to read more about the book.   

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.

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