Bembridge Sailing Club - Founded in 1886, Bembridge Sailing Club provides the base for the Bembridge Redwing, Bembridge One-Design and Illusion fleets. It is an RYA Training Centre and Volvo Champion Club. Visiting yachtsmen from RYA affiliated clubs always welcome. Lunch available every weekend; rallies by prior arrangement.
Brading Haven Yacht Club - Set up by businessmen and artisans, Brading Haven Yacht Club has gained a reputation with visiting yachtsmen for being one of the friendliest clubs in the Solent area. The active cruising section and year round dinghy sailors make full use of the comfortable club house, bar, and high quality, affordable catering.
Chichester Cruisier Racing Club - The Chichester Cruiser Racing Club offers round-the-cans and passage races with popular social events, plus a Channel cruise in company for Alpha (IRC) and Beta (Club handicap) fleets. Many CCRC members take part for the fun of it while others compete with notable successes at the highest levels.
Chichester Yacht Club - Beautifully situated between Premier and Birdham Marinas with restaurant and bar open all year except Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings October to March. A family friendly members' club catering for yacht and motor cruising, dinghy racing, and model yachting with a warm welcome for visiting sailors and rallies.
Keyhaven Yacht Club - Keyhaven Yacht Club is situated in one of the most beautiful harbours on the Solent. The harbour is shielded by the massive shingle bar that leads to Hurst Castle. With its easy access to the Solent the harbour is a perfect haven for small yachts and dinghies.
Lymington Town Sailing Club - Lymington Town Sailing Club was established in 1946 and has an enviable record of winning world and national championships. The Club has lively keelboat, dinghy racing, and cruising sections, and organises the Classic Series and autumn Solent Circuit as well as cruises, with the motor boat section, around the south coast and beyond.
Marchwood Yacht Club - Situated on the left bank of the river Test, near the military base, Marchwood Yacht Club is the hidden gem of the Solent with comprehensive facilities entirely operated by volunteers. These include clubhouse, parking, pontoons, moorings, scrub off, and winter layup, with a secure yard. Visitors are welcome.
Royal Air Force Yacht Club - Formed in 1932 at RAF Calshott, the Royal Airforce Yacht Club moved to the Hamble in 1957 and opened to non-service membership. The clubhouse is situated adjacent to the MDL Port Hamble Marina and welcomes visiting yachtsmen to a friendly environment. Cruising and rallies are the club's main activities and visiting rallies are welcome to wine and dine.
Royal Lymington Yacht Club - Successful on the water, friendly and welcoming ashore, the Royal Lymington encourages and promotes yachting of all aspects, and maintains a clubhouse with a bustling social programme. The Club has excellent facilities including a bar, river-room, and a balcony terrace overlooking the river and the Solent beyond.
Royal Solent Yacht Club - The Royal Solent Yacht Club, established in 1878, is located on the seafront next to Yarmouth Pier. Regattas are organised in the Solent and Christchurch Bay. The Club enjoys unrivalled views across the western Solent. With excellent bar and catering facilities, new members, visiting yachtsmen, and visitors from affiliated clubs are always welcome.
Royal Southampton Yacht Club - Providing year round racing and cruising, the Royal Southampton Yacht Club is unrivalled in running events on the water, matching sailing with training and cadet courses. The Club enjoys a restaurant and bars at two south coast clubhouses, one at Ocean Village, the other in tranquil surroundings on Beaulieu River. The Club also hosts an array of social events and provides corporate facilities.
Royal Southern Yacht Club - The Royal Southern Yacht Club, Hamble was established in 1837 and celebrates its 175th Anniversary in 2012. The Club hosts national and world championships, cruises extensively by motor and sail, and hosts regattas for yachts large and small. The clubhouse boasts well-appointed accommodation, a bar, restaurant, and moorings.
Royal Victoria Yacht Club - The Royal Victoria Yacht Club was founded in 1845 by Prince Albert to give Queen Victoria a yacht club she was entitled to enter as a mere female! The original Club was in Ryde, but the 1960s saw a move to Fishbourne and a union with Fishbourne SC and Wootton Creek SC. RVYC has racing for dinghies, Squibs, and cruisers, offers RYA training, and holds many social functions. Facilities include a bar and restaurant, and pontoon moorings for visitors.
Sea View Yacht Club - Sea View Yacht Club enjoys a unique location on the northeast tip of the Isle of Wight with stunning views over the Solent. The Club provides members with the full range of RYA training and offers full bar and catering facilities.
Solo Offshore Racing Club - The Solo Offshore Racing Club provides solo racing and social events from March to October for yachts 25ft to 40ft with results calculated under IRC. With no clubhouse all information is provided online. New members with requisite experience welcome and SORC is sure they will find solo racing extremely rewarding with great inter-boat camaraderie on and off the water.
Warsash Sailing Club - Warsash Sailing Club, founded in 1957, has a well appointed clubhouse on a magnificent site at the mouth of the Hamble. Its Spring Series is the UK’s premier early season regatta. The Club offers racing for dinghies and cruisers, training for juniors, and a full social programme. The Club welcomes visitors by water.
Yarmouth Sailing Club - Yarmouth Sailing Club is a small, friendly and informal club run entirely by its members and offering training, racing, and recreational sailing events for Scows, Optimists, and other classes. The Club runs a full winter social programme.
For clubs in Cowes, go to Yacht Clubs of Cowes.