We are open again!
Published 13:11 on 4 Jul 2020
Here is a Video and some still shots of the VE Day 75th Anniversary Celebrations which took place on the Club's Race Deck.
Published 07:14 on 9 May 2020
As soon as we come out the other end of the horrible situation the world finds itself in right now we will all want to go sailing again!! We will also want to race - blowing away all those bad memories of the past few months. Some people will not be sailing but will enjoy watching, why not think about watching from the best vantage point in the Club whilst helping out at the
Published 11:04 on 27 Mar 2020
The Lord Speaker and his wife Lady Fowler hosted a reception in the River Room in the House of Lords, Palace of Westminster for some of the interested Members in aid of the Club's Development Fund.
Published 12:25 on 22 Nov 2019
The Midweek Mermaid Sailors Prize Giving and Charity Fundraising Supper managed to raise £1,200 for the Isle of Wight Prostate Cancer Support Group
Published 14:29 on 7 Oct 2019
The Club's annual Regatta has just begun, follow the results here .... https://www.halsail.com/Result/Club/1666
Published 09:35 on 18 Aug 2019
Cowes Week 2019 SailGP Inspire BYS RC Cat racing.
Published 20:41 on 12 Aug 2019
Sir Ben & Lady Ainslie with our Ineos Rebels Crew Year 5 sailors from SVYC's Seaview Schools Sailing Project
Here are a couple of videos showing the amazing day the children from SVYC's Seaview Schools Sailing Project had back in June. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAKuT2eC5sc
Published 20:05 on 27 Jul 2019
The Commodore awarded the Commodore's Trophy to Tim Wakefield which was accepted by Sue Wakefield, proud mother of the winner. This trophy is awarded to a member who has accomplished an outstanding achievement in waters outside those of Seaview. Although there were several very worthy contenders the trophy was awarded to Tim for paddle boarding across the English Channel. The AGM was attended by 111 voting members, 8 apologies were received. All the items
Published 06:20 on 23 Apr 2019
The DOSC have propose reciprocal privileges to members of both clubs and the SVYC General Committee have wholeheartedly agreed. If you find yourself in the UAE, and wish to take advantage of the arrangement with Dubai Offshore Sailing Club, head for the junction of Umm Al Sheif and Jumeirah Beach Road. You'll need a letter of introduction from SVYC. You may even take along couple of guests. T:+971 4 394
Published 11:57 on 7 Mar 2019