Rutland Water is one of the largest man-made stretches of water in Europe, as big as Windermere and set in some of Britain's loveliest countryside. The beauty of Rutland can be seen at its best from a boat! Conditions are similar to estuary sailing, but without the tides - over 3000 acres (1215 hectares) of sheltered water. The Club has three permanent racing courses laid out on the water, and can set a full Olympic course which allows racing to take place in practically any conditions, while still leaving plenty of room for leisure sailing.
Rutland Sailing Club is based on the South Shore of Rutland Water, Rutland UK. Follow roadsigns for 'South Shore' then 'Sailing Club'.
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