Aldeburgh Yacht Club, situated on England’s Suffolk coast, is a large and thriving club catering for all aspects of sailing and water activities. Located between the sea and the River Alde one mile south of the historic town of Aldeburgh. Our Club welcomes new members of all ages and abilities.
Founded in 1897, the Club now benefits from some 1,600 members and has a large modern purpose-built clubhouseMore Info
Monday 6th December 2021
The next Burns Night Practice is this Saturday - please contact email@example.com before Thursday if you would like to take part. Click more info to find out more.
Friday 29th October 2021
For those planning ahead to the next summer season at Aldeburgh, we are pleased to announce the confirmed dates for the Junior and Youth Regatta as Sunday 7th to Thursday 11th August, whilst the main Aldeburgh Regatta will offer six days of racing from Sunday 21st until Friday 26th August. We are working on an exciting Social program including the ever popular Ball / Party and will announce full details closer to the time.
Wednesday 29th September 2021
18/19 September 2021. The Wayfarer Open, held at the same time as the Flying Fifteen Open, took place at Aldeburgh Yacht Club on 18/19 September in perfect weather conditions – summer had arrived at last. Eight boats competed including two distinguished visitors, one of whom was rumoured to have come sixth in the Nationals this year. Thanks to Dave Roberts and Nigel Odonnell for making the journey.
Monday 27th September 2021
September 18/19. 17 Flying Fifteens raced on the River Alde in the Aldeburgh Yacht Club F15 open meeting, part of the Southern Traveller series. Post racing those involved in the organisation were enjoying a well-deserved pat on the back, when I was reminded that back in 2000 the club regatta attracted 20 Flying Fifteens and the Southern championships held at Aldeburgh attracted 41 in 2001. Lean years followed until a few years ago when the resurgence began. We have a little way to go, however interest continues and boat numbers are thankfully increasing.