The dinghy park is located behind the clubhouse. It is a grassed, drained area with pins and cables for tying down your boat.

All members must apply for spaces in the boat park and spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.

There is a concrete slipway down onto the beach. The beach is stony at low tide and can be non-existent at high so you need to check whether the tide is on its way in or out before deciding where to leave your trolley while sailing. After a good sail there are always lots of willing hands to help you up to the boat park.

 

 

Our Facilities

Bar

The club has a cosy, friendly, bar which is open whenever there is sailing or events. 

Galley

The club has full kitchen facilities which are open on Sundays, Wednesday evenings, and on event days.

Clubhouse

The clubhouse comprises a main large open clubroom, perfect for training sessions, post-event teas and socials. It also has free member wifi.

Dinghy Park

The dinghy park is located behind the clubhouse. It is a grassed, drained area with pins and cables for tying down your boat. All members must apply for spaces in the boat park and spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Changing rooms

The mens' and womens' changing rooms are generous in size, have hot showers, dry changing areas, and toilets.

Truro College partnership

RSC and Truro College have a partnership which enable students, from a variety of programmes, to use the club and its facilities.