• WELCOME TO KIRCUBBIN SAILING CLUB
    Kircubbin Sailing Club has been active on the sailing scene in Strangford Lough since the early 1900s.
  • KSC - STRANGFORD LOUGH
    If you cast your eye around Kircubbin Bay during the summer you will see motor cruisers, speed boats, fishing boats and cabin/day boats as well as sailing boats.....

KIRCUBBIN SAILING CLUB

  1. KSC BAR – open Sundays 1630 to 1830.

    KSC Bar is now working normally, opening on Sunday evening at 1630.
    Please note that normal Sunday closing  time for the bar is now 1830 pending the arrival of Spring and more activity at the Club.

    The bar continues to operate a cashless system, payments will be taken by card only.

  2. ORGANISATION

    The Club is a sporting organisation under the Registration of Clubs (NI) Order 1996 and the property of the Club is vested in the Club Trustees. The Annual General Meeting is held during November ; it elects the Club Officers and other members of the Management Committee which meets monthly to manage the Club’s activities and affairs.

    Following the Annual General Meeting on 21st November 2021, the Club Officials are:-

    COMMODORE :                                                   Malcolm Brian

    VICE COMMODORE :                                           Andrew Glenn

    REAR COMMODORE :                                          Pete McDowell

    HON. SECRETARY :                                               Lynn Andrews

    HON. TREASURER :                                              David Duff

    ORDINARY MEMBERS of COMMITTEE :              Tom McBriar, Craig Millar, Josie Adair, Bobby Wadey & Ian Tolman.

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    LADIES’ CAPTAIN :                                               Josie Adair

    SAILING SECRETARY :                                         Andrew Glenn

    JUNIOR SAILING OFFICER :                                John Millar

    SAILING SUPPORT OFFICER :                             Craig Millar

    BAR MANAGER :                                                  Tom McBriar

    SAFETY OFFICER :                                               David Duff

    SHORE TEAM MANAGER :                                  Malcolm Brian

    BOAT PARK MANAGER  :                                     Craig Bowman

    WELFARE OFFICER   :                                          Lynn Andrews

  3. FACILITIES

    The Club, situated on the northern side of Kircubbin Bay, has a modest Club House with a function room, changing and shower facilities, and a well equipped kitchen. There is also a cosy Bar which serves a
    selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

    Normal Bar Opening Times are Sundays,  4.30 to 7.30 pm.  The Bar also opens on a Thursday evening after racing during the sailing season as required.  The Bar is staffed by volunteers organised by a small sub-committee.

    Members may book the clubroom for private functions such as birthday parties, wedding receptions, etc., for which late licences are available given reasonable notice.  Please note members organising any social functions in the clubhouse are responsible for ensuring that current Covid-19 regulations are followed ; the Club and its Management Committee cannot take on this responsibility.

    The Club offers members limited space for the storage of dinghies & tenders, and for the over-winter parking of boats (on a mobile trailer & subject to payment of an annual charge). Water & electricity points are provided in the boat park.

    All Full and Family Members are entitled to an entry fob to the clubhouse and the entrance gate.  Please contact any Committee Member if you require a replacement entry fob – a small charge is levied to cover its cost.

  4. CLUB HISTORY

    The Club has its roots in competitive sailing which was originally based at the Harbour in Kircubbin and has been active on the sailing scene in Strangford Lough since the early 1900s. Even it the early days of the Club, Kircubbin’s sailors were among the best in Strangford Lough.  In the 1960’s & 70’s, the Club’s Flying Fifteen fleet produced some of the best competitors in that class in the world.

    Although as the name suggests, the promotion of sailing is a principal objective of the club, we welcome other types of craft as well.  If you cast your eye around the Bay during the summer you will see motor cruisers, speed boats, fishing boats and cabin/day boats as well as sailing boats.

  5. CLUB INFORMATION

    Welcome to Kircubbin Sailing Club!

    As a visitor to our website you may have many queries about the Club. Hopefully the information you will find on this website will provide you with the answers you are seeking.
    However if not please use the Contact Us facility to ask any specific questions – alternatively why not call down on a Sunday evening and ask any member of the Management Committee?