WHSC Christmas Morning Race
will be held as in previous years,
yes, youv'e guessed it, on 25th December!
Save the date, put it in your diary - all classes - details to follow
Start Sailing & Windsurfing in north-west London
We’re a friendly and welcoming sailing club run by and for its members, with a full range of dinghy sailing, windsurfing, racing and RYA training, offshore yachting, children’s and family sailing and a fantastic social programme. We sail and windsurf all year round.
Sailing & windsurfing on the Welsh Harp Reservoir near Wembley in North London, we have one of the best stretches of sailing water in the London area, surrounded by green parkland. We're easy to travel to and there's plenty of parking and access by public transport
New members are always welcome and we help everyone to get involved quickly in club life on and off the water.
Current Series Results
2021 Saturday Autumn Series - Laser - GP14 All Helm - GP14 Bronze Helm
Racing: Regular racing takes the form of class racing - boats race only against their own kind. This makes for bigger, better fleets. WHSC racing classes are the GP14 and the Laser. Club members participate both here and at other venues
Thinking of learning to sail or windsurf for the first time?
We have qualified instructors, modern boats and boards, buoyancy aids, wind and water - all we need is YOU!
Windsurfing on the Welsh Harp is run by a welcoming team of friendly and enthusiastic volunteer instructors and member helpers. The Reservoir offers 125 acres of open water and is best suited from beginner up to intermediate windsurfers. As a volunteer club we have no paid staff, we rely on members getting involved and being part of the club in order for us to continue to offer good quality equipment, facilities and training.
Boat works for 2022
Brisbane Star is currently undergoing more major works for next year. As a coded boat, the standing rigging must be replaced approximately every ten years, so now is the time. In addition, there willl be new halyards, an LED sealed tricolour masthead light and it is intended that the AIS aerial will be located at the top of the mast. Some wear and tear on the mast sheaves and fittings will also be taken care of.
I'm already getting excited about next year's offshore sailing; are you?