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Welcome to Babbacombe Corinthian Sailing Club

The Club’s headquarters were established in an old fisherman’s hut on Oddicombe Beach, the stone walls of which now form the bottom storey of the present Club House. The Club’s first race was sailed on 6th July 1935 in which six boats competed – the race being won by ‘Bumble Bee’ sailed by Mr S W Francis. Today, we are an active club with a full sailing program. We have a mix of novice and experienced sailors and provide RYA instruction for beginners and improvers. We also have junior sailing every Friday during the season.

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Annual Prizegiving

All the news from this year annual prizegiving evening

Latest News Posts

New RYA Powerboat Drivers

Starting last Saturday, Guy has been busy training up two new RYA Powerboat Level 2 drivers. Big congratulations go out to Kim and Gary who have today qualified.  
Thank you also to our helpers: Suzzette, Karin, John, Stuart, Michael and Andy […]

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Sailing Results – Sunday 16/10/16

Sailing Results – Sunday 16/10/16
Oddicombe Beach certainly looked at its best today!
It was a beautiful autumnal morning with clear skies dotted by the occasional fluffy cloud, stunning visibility right across Lyme Bay and gorgeous autumn colours from the surrounding trees. It really was a perfect setting for todays sail. […]

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Thank you to all that attended our AGM this afternoon (09/10/16). It was lovely to see such a good turn out.
Thanks have to go to all our volunteers both at the beach helping with the sailing, and those supporting the […]

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Games Night – Tuesday 18th October

Come and enjoy a games night at BCSC.

Now that our Tuesday evening sailing has finished it would be great to see our sailors and social members come to our games evening. We will be playing darts and pool and hopefully […]

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