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Kindred Clubs

Liverpool Yacht Club has a variety of kindred clubs which are:-

  • Blundell Sands Sailing Club
  • Dee Sailing Club
  • Hoylake Sailing Club
  • Liverpool Sailing Club
  • Royal Dee Yacht Club
  • Royal Mersey Yacht Club
  • Tranmere Sailing Club
  • Wallasey Yacht Club
  • West Cheshire Sailing Club
  • West Kirby Sailing Club
  • West Lacashire Yacht Club

We also have friends with which we share the love of sailing. These are:-

  • Crosby Sailing Club
  • Fidlers Ferry Sailing Club
  • Pilkington Sailing Club
  • Southport Sailing Club

We are currently in the process of providing a page on our web site for each of these clubs with links to their web sites. So here are the ones we have so far

A summary of the pages in this section is given below

Blundellsands Sailing Club

Blundellsands Sailing Club is situated at Hightown on the River Alt, overlooking Liverpool Bay. BSC has a comfortable convivial club house, a boat yard and slipway, and moorings on the river. BSC is (More info)

Crosby Sailing Club

About Crosby Sailing Club sail at Crosby lake which is on the banks of the River Mersey, at the northern end of the docks of Liverpool. They race dinghies on Sundays starting about mid day, and (More info)

Dee Sailing Club

About The Dee Sailing Club was formed in 1909 and has come a long way since the early days of sailing in Heswall.  The clubhouse is now located on a picturesque site in Thurstaston which (More info)

Hoylake Sailing Club

About Founded in 1887, Hoylake Sailing Club is the second oldest such club in Merseyside.  Their clubhouse on Hoylake promenade offers panoramic views across Liverpool Bay, and a friendly (More info)

Liverpool Sailing Club

About Liverpool Sailing Club is located on the banks of the upper Mersey at Speke - close to Liverpool Airport. The club was established in 1958 by a small group of individuals interested in (More info)

Pilkington Sailing Club

About Pilkington Sailing Club was founded in 1957 and has been established at Eccleston Mere, a 30 acre reservoir in St Helens, since 1960. The Club is open to all in the community to join, learn (More info)

Royal Dee Yacht Club

About The Royal Dee Yacht Club was founded in 1815 as the Dee Yacht Club and is the second oldest yacht club in the UK. On November 1st 1847 the Club was accorded Royal Patronage to become The (More info)

News from our kindred clubs

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