Spring Series - starts Sunday 2 April
26 Mar 2017
Our popular Spring Series of races starts on Sunday 2nd April.
The series consists of up to 16 races over 8 race days with 12 races to count.
Visitors are very welcome.
To enter, please follow this link where you will also find the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions.
Please note that member discount or Race Card free entry for this series only becomes available after 2017/18 membership and where relevant, annual Race Card has been paid. Discount will not be back dated.
Racing Handicaps for 2017/18
23 Mar 2017
AWSC racing handicaps for 2017/18 have now been released, see here.
These will apply from the start of the upcoming Spring Series to the end of the 2018 March Series.
2017/18 Membership & Dinghy Storage Renewal
01 Mar 2017
Membership and dinghy storage renewals are due by 31st March 2017 in accordance with our rules.
Unfortunately, due to an increase in the rent we pay, 2017/18 charges have had to be increased, however, if membership is taken out or renewed before 31 March 2017, last year's prices will apply (sorry but this doesn't apply to dinghy storage charges).
Click here to review our membership prices.If you are not sure how to login to our site, please follow this link for more information.
March Sprint Series 2017
06 Mar 2017
Something different for our March Series this year - 10 sprint races over Sunday 19th and Sunday 26th March.
10 short sprint races over 2 Sundays with 8 races to count.
Entry form is here.
PLEASE NOTE: No racing on Sunday 12th March.
This forms the final part of the Winter Triple Series Trophy.
Click here to enter the series
Visitors very welcome.
Fox's Marine and Country - Demystifying Racing 1st, 8th and 22nd April 2017
23 Feb 2017
Aimed at those new to racing or returning after a break from the sport we
are running a series of informal sessions through April aimed at
The sessions will give insight into starting and the signals used, we
will also discuss the basic rules of the sport and the process of
refereeing our actions.
It won’t all be jaw, we will do a lot of exercises on the water and
some short course races to demonstrate what we’ve discussed. We’ll look
at how a dinghy works, what makes a boat go slow and what makes it go
more quickly both in terms of set up and the techniques used in the
At the end of each session we’ll have a debrief over tea and cakes. We
hope to find who makes the best cakes and improve our sailing. On the
last day we’ll have a mini regatta with fun races.
The sessions are free to all club members all are welcome.
Start time 1300 – Meet outside the clubhouse changed with your boat (sails
Debrief Tea and cake at 1600
To enable us to judge numbers anyone wishing to attend sign up on our
Alton Water Sailing FaceBook page (there will be a proper Alton entry
form to follow), please let us know the type of boat you are sailing,
give us some indication of your level of experience and which of the
three afternoons you can make.
Volunteers for cake baking are needed too!
Entry via the website is here
. Please complete an Entry Form and bring it with you on your first session.