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.

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Training Opportunities

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Kingfisher Cup and Ladies Plate Held in Blustery Conditions

An excellent exhibition of how to sail well in windy conditions saw Duncan Adams win the prestigious Kingfisher Cup in his Phantom. Second were Nick and Ruth Marlow in a Lark and third was Mike Pritchard, who showing his age had opted for a Radial rig given the wind. The Ladies Plate was won by […]


Iona Reid Wins Junior Race Series

Iona Reid won the Cygnet Trophy for winning the junior series overall. Second was her sister Jill and third Martin Atkinson. Well done to all the children who took part over the season and to Keith Brereton for organising the racing and training.


Rule 42 Evening

Don’t forget that this Wednesday we have an education evening on rule 42 By the end of the evening we will have a better idea of what rule 42 is and what it means starts at 7.00pm Free to Members


Paul Jago Wins in Vain as Kevin Last gets First Overall

So another season of Wednesday night racing came to an end under a grey sky. Paul Jago won the last race by 13 seconds from Duncan Adams, creating a perfect symmetry as he won the first race on 30th of March. Second overall was Duncan Adams and Kevin Milton third. Duncan had to win the […]


Kevin takes the Fast route to success and Mike the Slow one

The Summer Fast and Slow Fleets drifted to a close in their final race under blue skies but little wind. The Fast fleet was won as usual by Kevin Last from Bob Cuerstemont and Keith Brereton. This meant Kevin won overall from Roger Day and Kevin Milton. 1st Kevin Last 6pts 2nd Roger Day 12pts […]


ASC PY Summer Handicap Series Ends in a Close Thriller

A stunning performance by Paul Jago in his highly handicapped Streaker, catching the thermals to drive through the fleet to win the last race. Second place went to Bob Cuerstemont from Kevin Last in another Supernova with Mike Pritchard and Ray Kemish third and fourth in Lasers and Josie Adams sixth in a Comet. The […]


Duncan Wins with Jon Adams Signing Off for Oz with 2nd

A wind change meant many sailors spent time getting to know each other at Mark 4 due to lack of wind after a tiring long beat. Leading from the line was Duncan Adams overseen from the railway line by his head coach. He maintained the lead throughout and along with Jon Adams and Keith Brereton […]


Charity Big Weekend

All over now and still counting the money so thanks to everyone who gave money and sponsored the event it it greatly appreciated. The ASC Big Weekend kicked off at 9am on the 3rd of September with the first section of the powerboat competition to win 36 pints of beer donated by Nottingham Brewery and […]


Comet Comet Comet

Seems everything is in 3s at the moment. A great win for Josie Adams today in her Comet for the ASC PY Handicap series, winning from fellow Cometers Andrew Beaumont and Malcolm Davidson with Roger Chilvers 6th in his Comet with Brian Dennis sailing his chartered Miracle in to 5th place and a more familiar […]


Kevin Lasts Wins Wednesday in Supernova 1-2

Great win by Kevin Last in difficult conditions with Roger Day second in his Supernova and Paul Jago third. Note normal club racing recommences this weekend with the continuation of the Summer Series. Keith Brereton is also running RYA Level 1 and 2 course over the next two weekends.