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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No joining fee and single membership only £90.

Training Opportunities

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30th October Pursuit Race times

This Sunday 30th October see the last of the Clubs trophy days this means there is a trophy to win at the end of the racing. As mentioned in other updates this years format has been changed after feedback from last year’s day. This year we will be running one 90min Pursuit race first boat […]

2015 Trophy Return

Please can all the 2015 series winners please return the clubs trophies by 5th NOV or return to The Sewing & Knitting Centre, High Road Beeston NG9 2LL Many Thanks Duncan   RC Sailing  


Paul Jago Wins Final Race to Win Autumn Series Overall

Attenborough’s top two sailors went head to head on Sunday to see who would win overall in the Autumn. Race Office Kevin Milton set a challenging course in sunny but blustery conditions. In the first race, Kevin Last led from the start and extended his lead on each of the four laps and comfortably winning […]


Autumn Results Uploaded

Apologies for delay in posting these but been out of the country for almost three weeks with holiday and work. After six races we have familiar faces at the front with Paul Jago ahead overall from Kevin Last, Kevin Milton and Nick Turnbull-Ross. There are two more races this Sunday (23rd) and overall winner seems […]


2 Down 2 2 Go + Pursuit Races Details for the 30th October

With Two weekends down and only two left its all to play for in the Autumn cup, results have not been published in the standard format yet but the eagle eyed amongst you I am sure will have worked out the standings. At the end of the month also see the last cup day with […]

Autumn was in the air!

Sunday Saw the second weekend of the Autumn series, with yet another great turn out. With some great close racing across the board, the OOD should be praised for setting two great tracks for us to sail around, results will be posted shortly.   D  


Autumn Series

Last Sunday saw the start of the Autumn Series, the only series we hold where both races are count towards the over all.  5 Out of 8 to count. It did not get off to a very exciting start as the winds where light Lets hope that today’s forecast of 10-14mph winds will attract a […]

Committee Vacancies 2016

Nominations can now be made for the committee positions for the next year. This year I have been proud to lead a highly professional committee that has driven the club forward on and off the water with sailing numbers up and with a new clubhouse to be completed early next year. A number of the […]


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.