Edith Weston (LE15 8HJ)
Rutland Sailing Club
Offering a wonderful experience similar to estuary sailing, but without problematic tides. The Club is set in stunning 13 acres of English countryside on the South shore of Rutland Water. It has impressive facilities including seven concrete slipways, with four pontoons and connecting walkways, making launch and recovery of keelboats and cruisers quick and easy.
Many say that the outlook at this site offers the best view of Rutland Water.
Rutland Sailing School
Specialises in dinghy and catamaran sailing. The professional staff are trained by the Royal Yachting Association and offer everything from introductory sessions, to personal tuition sessions in your own boat.
The facilities are shared with Rutland Sailing Club and provide all clients with the excellence both on and off-shore, with opportunity to learn in a friendly club atmosphere.
It provides training, support and equipment to enable people with disabilities to enjoy the challenge of this physical activity in a safe, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Rutland Sailability have recently been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Weather permitting Rutland Sailability holds regular sailing sessions on each Thursday (10.00 to 15.00) and Saturday (09.30 to 12.00) from the beginning of April to the end of October.
Please note that parking is limited at this location and is for users of the Sailing Club only.