WelcomeFiley Sailing Club is situated to the north of Filey town nestling on the cliffs at the edge of The North Sea.
Filey Bay is protected by a large natural outcrop of land called The Brigg which serves as a barrier to the heavy seas and swells from the North to almost Westerley winds.
The Club hosts regular racing for sailing dinghies of all classes. It also has a thriving social calendar for sailiors and non-sailors alike.
For novices or those with a casual interest in dinghy sailing the club is a Royal Yachting Association recognised traing centre where courses can be taken to learn the various different facets of water borne activities.
During July each year the club hosts its annual Regatta which sees up to 150 boats from all over the country competing in a series of races over two days. This is a spectacular sight for sailors an land lubbers alike and sees the town of Filey humming with excitement.
2015 DocumentsMembership Application Form
Regatta 2015 DateThe date for the 2015 Regatta will be 27th & 28th June
What Next Guide.If you have just completed a Youth or Adult RYA qualification at Filey then what next? Check out this guide(pdf)
New Members Guide.This guide is intended to help new members find their way around the various facilities of the Club, or, for prospective members, to help you confirm that our Club is the one for you.
A PDF guide to new and prospective members
A walk around the Ganton area organised and led by David Perks. The weather was perfect, and the walk was enjoyed by 14 members. We had a tea / coffee break at Glebe Farm tea rooms, Potter Brompton, It was a 4.5 mile walk which included a small section of the Wolds Way, and finishing with a circuit of Ganton Golf Club course. After completing the walk some of the group had lunch at the Hare and Hounds Staxton.
More photos can be found on Filey Sailing Club's Facebook Group.
Regatta 2014The Craftinsure 2014 Filey Regatta Results
Full results can be found here.
Missing a spotting scope? Contact the Commodore
On Board ClubThe OnBoard club is running again this year.
Check out the latest info on what's happening
RYA First Aid CertificateFiley Sailing Club are a recognised RYA Training Centre and run RYA First Aid Certificate courses. For further details contact Dave Warburton 01723 584180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter WalkEleven members of FSC went on a walk around Hayburn Wyke on 19.01.14 organised by Phil Trafford. Whilst the walk was enjoyed by all , the weather was WET. The walkers were joined for a carvery lunch by additional members making a total of 20 in all. Which was a great turn out for a closed season event.
2014 Training Dates PublishedCheck the training pages for the dates and details of the 2014 training courses.
New Coastal Conversion course.
Sailing InstructionsNew sailing instructions now available.
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OOD & Duty GuideA new duty guide to help new members and existing members who feel it will be of benefit to understand what they are expected to carry out during a duty day.
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Craftinsure Regatta 2013 Results
Members of FSC are required to
A list of duties is available online. Details on how to access this are given through the Egroup or can be obtained from the Duty Organiser.
A printed list is available in the Clubhouse
How to find usFiley Sailing Club is nestled in the north west corner of Filey Bay, half a mile north of the town of Filey.
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Access to the club is via the beach or through Filey Country Car Park. Vehicular access is only possible via the Country Park.
Pay and display parking is available in the Country Park. Parking is not possible at the club itself.
Further locational information can be found here.
Clubhouse Tel. 01723 512529
Learn to sail at Filey Sailing Club
Full details of the courses due to run this year can be found via the Training menu. All courses are taught by fully qualified instructors and the price of the course includes a full annual membership to Filey Sailing Club which in its self is worth £110. In addition to this, once qualified you have access to our fleet of club owned dinghies until you purchase your own boat.
So if you think you would like to have a go at dinghy sailing then taking one of our qualified training courses is and excellent cost effective introduction to this exhilerating and dynamic sport.
For further details check out the Training web pages or contact our leading instructor Peter Crooks.