A warm welcome awaits all visitors to our club.
Members are responsible for accompanying visitors at all time and should be signed in our visitors book in the clubhouse. A visitor can be signed in up to a maximum of 5 times per annum.
Well behaved dogs are very welcome in the grounds, and must be on leads at all times.
Visiting Yachts, once on a mooring are welcome to come ashore and leave their tenders near the slip whilst they use our galley & shower facilities providing that there is someone around to facilitate access to the Clubhouse. Again prior notice would be required via our membership secretary.
Please contact the membership secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in visiting or temporary membership to our club
It is advisable to arrange your visit well in advance. So if applicable your temporary membership can be arranged before your visit.
Slaughden Sailing Club is a very friendly and unpretentious sailing club in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. Having just under 300 hundred members and a busy programme means that you can easily get to know everyone. However, small doesn't mean basic. We have a new extension to the clubhouse with galley, changing rooms, showers and a lounge with a scenic view west up river.
If you prefer not to be participating on the water then come and sit in the Clubhouse and watch the activities and or marvel at our river view and our fantastic sunsets! The club have a membership category known as Friends of Slaughden for those not planning to launch craft and sail from the site.
Over the past decades Slaughden Sailing Club has gained a reputation for always making new members and visitors welcome. If you are visiting Aldeburgh with your dinghy/kayak/canoe/paddleboard then Temporary Membership gives you access to all the Club facilities; the clubhouse, dinghy park and slipway.
How to find us:
Enter Aldeburgh by the A1094 from the direction of Snape.
Straight on at the island by the Co-Op. Past the church, turn right at the bottom of the hill onto High Street.
Carry straight on past the queues at the chip shops until the end of the High Street.
Continue down the very pot-holed, bumpy track (also known as Slaughden Road) until you see the car park sign at Slaughden Quay and the clubhouse.
Last updated 12:48 on 3 May 2019