Dee Sailing club is located in Thurstaston on the Wirral. Anyone who has a boat, or is considering getting a boat, will be warmly welcomed at the Club, whether you already know how to use it or not!

Latest Blogs

  • AGM Reminder and Commodore’s Report

    As per the email sent out in January, please see below for the Notice of meeting and the Agenda ahead of the AGM on Sunday, 27th February, the meeting that will start at 13:00. Click below for a link to the Commodores Annual report. Happily this year we can meet in person, we look forward […]

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  • Christmas Dinner 2021

    Christmas Dinner 2021

    Time to dig out those Tuxedos, Evening Dresses and Dancing Shoes! The Christmas Dinner will be held on Saturday 4th December. Tickets can only be bought from the bar and are priced at £28. The menu will be available for you to pick your options when you purchase your ticket. The bar will be open […]

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  • Dee SC and West Kirby SC Regattas

    Dee SC and West Kirby SC Regattas

    Next weekend is our annual Regatta in partnership with our friends at West Kirby SC. Racing kicks off on the Friday 15th July with the Round Hilbre Race, sponsored by Brimstage Brewery. On Saturday 16th it is the Dee SC regatta, first signal is at 12:05. Then on Sunday is the turn of WKSC to […]

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  • Monohull Madness Returns

    Monohull Madness Returns

    This Sunday, 29th May, sees the return of Monohull Madness. There are 2 races are scheduled with a start time of 9:45am. Racing will take place on the Estuary with courses being laid off Caldy Steps to allow our fellow sailors from WKSC to join in all of the fun! There will be a short […]

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  • Dee Isolation Challenge

    Dee Isolation Challenge

    Our president, James Douglas, and his son Cameron are planning to undertake a challenging passage from Dee SC to Northern Ireland in James’ trusty Dart 18 ‘Bogtrotter II’. Their route will see them leave the estuary and head down the welsh coast to Anglesey before voyaging across to the Isle of Man and then onto […]

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Getting Started

We recognise that everyone has to start somewhere and may need some help along the way.

Contact the training officer in the first instance to arrange for one to one training – let him know what boat you have or plan to sail, and what help you need, and he’ll pair you up and get you going.

Sailing Calendar 2022