Bewl being a natural reservoir has wonderful scenery and a wide range of wildlife: all this in addition to superb sailing on the largest area of inland water in South East England with over 700 acres of water
Bewl Valley Sailing Club is a dinghy and windsurfer sailing club. The aim of the club is promote sailing for dinghy and board sailors and provide training for members from beginners to the highest levels of sailing.
Although the Club was founded in 1967 active sailing was not possible until 1977. Today over 30 years later we have some 1200 members.
The Clubhouse is purpose built with male and female changing rooms complete with hot showers.
Upstairs there is a bar and galley serving hot food on Saturdays & Sundays throughout the year and Wednesday evenings from May to September.
The seating area has panoramic views over the reservoir. Outside there is plenty of space for picnics.
WiFi access is available; please see the Office Staff to obtain the current wireless key.
The boat parks can accommodate 1500 boats & there is plenty of room for new members boats.
There is ample car parking space. Cars can be used to tow boats to and from the waters edge.
Launching is from concrete slipways or, if preferred, the beach area.There is a pontoon for keel boat classes such as Flying Fifteens and for the safety boats.
Membership of Bewl Valley is not just about racing, there are plenty of opportunities for those who enjoy just being on the water.
We have a RYA recognised Training Centre where you can learn to sail and windsurf.
As well as sailing we have a variety of social activities -browse through the site to learn more about the club and the activities it has to offer.
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