The Harp is filling up and the sun is out!
What more could we want? Well to go sailing of course.
Thre are familiar views returning - all is looking good for a restart
The volunteers at the Harp have been really busy whilst we have been away making vast improvements to the site, read more about it in this article.
Covid update: LATEST -Tier 4
From Sunday 20th December 2020 the club went into government tier 4 restrictions.
The Club is now closed for organised activities; the clubhouse and changing rooms are closed to members and there is no racing until further notice.
Unfortunately, you may NOT leisure sail or windsurf as had been the case with previous restrictions.
For full details see here.
Watch this site for any more detailed information or changes to the restrictions or rules which may alter what activities are possible.
2020 Victor Trophy Results
2020 Commodores Cup Results
Click here for more Race results & reports
Racing: Regular racing takes the form of class racing - boats race only against their own kind. This makes for bigger, better fleets. WHSC racing classes are the GP14 and the Laser. Club members participate both here and at other venues.
Thinking of learning to sail or windsurf for the first time?
We have qualified instructors, modern boats and boards, buoyancy aids, wind and water - all we need is YOU!
Windsurfing on the Welsh Harp is run by a welcoming team of friendly and enthusiastic volunteer instructors. You can learn, race and just windsurf for fun!As a volunteer club we have no paid staff - so rely on members getting involved and being part of the club in order for us to continue to offer good quality equipment, facilities and training.
NEW Yachting Events... Watch this space for 2021
We will be able to do something this year
Click for: Travel Directions and what to bring.
Cross Channel to Cherbourg and St Vaast <<<Click for link
Weekends to put the theory into practice and gain experience.
Within the Welsh Harp Sailing Club we have a number of dedicated enthusiasts who get involved in off-shore activities, including crossing The Channel, RORC offshore races and the Round The Island Race (IOW).
Within the Harp Sailing Club we have a number of dedicated enthusiasts who get involved in off-shore activities, including crossing the channel,
We also have members who have been taking part in the round-the-island race.
As a volunteer-only club, we rely entirely on club members to help out. This includes Training during the summer, and organising Racing and Safety during the year.