About Attenborough Sailing Club

Attenborough Sailing Club is located between Nottingham & Derby. The club enjoys the use of 65 acre Coneries Lagoon adjacent to Attenborough Nature Reserve. We pride ourselves on the friendly atmosphere of our club and new members are always welcome! Members enjoy a variety of racing, cruising & social activities. Club racing takes place on Sundays & Wednesday evenings throughout the year and support a number of different dinghy classes, particularly Comet, Supernova, Laser & Phantom.

Join the Club

No joining fee and single membership only £90.

Training Opportunities

2017 course dates now published. 3 vacancies on Powerboat course 28 – 30 April.

Wednesday Race is Hotting Up

The Wednesday evening race launched with what had looked like a very promising forecast, however, the Wednesday demons were on form and the wind started to drop. luckily a rain cloud over yonder brought in some wind as the 1min countdown started all equalled an interesting start on a heavier port bias line.  As the fleet took […]

Trent Tri-partite 2017

The Trent Tripartite hosted by Nottingham Sailing Club last Sunday started slowly for the Attenborough fleet of 7, consisting of Duncan Adams, Roger Day, Kev Milton, Kev Last, Ray Kemish, Dave Bexson and Jill Reid. There may have been 8, but Paul Jago forgot to set his alarm clock.   The wind was inconsistent for […]

Attenborough Second in Trent Tripartite

Over 30 boats took part in the annual Trent Tripartite at Nottingham Sailing Club under sunny skies but blustery winds. Seven took part from Attenborough and the challenging wind on the river took many time to settle with Duncan Adams winning the final race to come third overall and the top Attenborough boat. Overall Nottingham […]

Duncan at the Double

Duncan Adams won both races on Wednesday. In the early race he won from Andrea Murphy and Roger Day whilst in the late race Jon Adams came second and Mike Pritchard.

Comet Open

Saturday 13th May 2017 Once again the Comet Open is being hosted at Attenborough on May 13th, as in previous years this has always been well attended with our members and visitors.

Boat sale at ASC

FOR SALE BY SEALED BID AUCTION The following boats have been deemed as ‘Abandoned’ under Attenborough Sailing Club’s Abandoned Boat Policy: 1. Laser 2 (currently situated at D06) 2. Laser (currently situated at H05) 3. Enterprise (currently situated at H06) All boats sold as seen. Please place your bid by posting a sealed envelope addressed […]

Cruising News

Cruising and casual sailing have started well this year. We’ve had a friendly collection of boats on both Fridays and Saturdays.

Youth Improvers brave winds in 1st Cygnet Race of 2017

The Youth Improver’s kicked off to a great start last Saturday in the stormy weather. It commenced with a briefing for the Youths, and their parents, in the clubhouse, which was soon followed by the first youth race of the season. Iona Reid had an astonishing start as she stormed past the other juniors on […]

Easter sees Egg-ceptional Performance by Paul Jago

Whilst the leaders at the front were battling it out on the water, Paul Jago sailed his own race to win the Gold fleet from Kevin Milton by 20 seconds with Mike Pritchard a further 22 seconds behind. In the silver fleet Jill Reid was egg-static at winning from Louis Mok and the Kings, Dennis […]

Youth Improvers Training and Cygnet Race Series Starts 15th April

Dinghy training for Juniors and Youths starts 15th April with a series of events on Saturdays that run through until September and are aimed at improving the sailing skills of the 8 to 17 year olds and to give those holding the RYA Stage 2 certificate the opportunity to progress to Stages 3 and 4 […]