Hayling Island SC
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Hayling Island SC
Hayling Island SC (HISC) is the United Kingdom's leading dinghy sailing club, occupying a magnificent site at the entrance to Chichester Harbour on the South Coast of England.
In its 80 year history, HISC has had a leading role in British sailing encouraging innovation and development, hosting Olympic, National and World class events and nurturing many generations of sailing champions.
It is sited on a sandy peninsular with direct access to two superb sailing areas; either the sheltered water of the harbour or the open water of Hayling Bay - an ideal venue for national and international championships. At high tide it is possible to lay an Olympic course adjacent to the sailing club, allowing superb spectating from the new clubhouse.
Directions to Club
Take the A3023 (Havant road) sign posted Hayling Island from the M27.
Proceed on the A3023 over Langstone bridge to a roundabout (approx 3,25 miles).
At the roundabout take the first exit left to Mengham/Eastoke (Church Road).
Drive straight through Mengham village (Elm Grove) to the seafront (approx 1 mile).
At the T-junction on the seafront turn left to Sandy/Eastoke end, then drive along the seafront for approx 0.25 mile.
The road curves to the left, take the first right on the bend into Southwood Road.
Drive to the end of Southwood Road until you come to a dead-end sign (approx 1 mile).
Turn left here into Bosmere Road. Drive along Bosmere Road and at the T-junction turn right into Sandy Point Road then take the first left into Bracklesham Road.
You will find HISC entrance gate about 0.25 mile along Bracklesham Road.
There is a Members only parking area at the Club. Visitors should park on the causeway, in the carpark behind the RNLI Boathouse or as directed by the HISC staff. Parking is at a premium during Open events, please park your car/boat/trailer with consideration to others.
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