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HSSC update Wednesday 17th April 2019
17 April 2019

HSSC update Wednesday 17th April 2019

From the Club Sec.

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South Coast Marine Unit changes
25 March 2019

South Coast Marine Unit changes

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Dates for your diary
25 March 2019

Dates for your diary

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Presentation to Hornet
13 March 2019

Presentation to Hornet

From Mike Shrives

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The Club

Objectives: To encourage sailing through the provision of facilities for affordable berthing, slipping and laying up.

Hornet Services Sailing Club celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014, having been founded by locally based Naval yachtsmen on 23rd May 1964. Membership today includes personnel of all three Armed Forces, their veterans and the MOD Civil Service, who are members of the Royal Naval, Army or RAF Sailing Associations.

The Clubhouse

The clubhouse was originally the wardroom for HMS Hornet

During the last few years the clubhouse and its facilities have undergone a programme of refurbishment, which continues today.

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The Marina

Hornet's marina has approximately 230 berths for sailing yachts up to 40 feet LOA.

Yachts are generally double berthed alongside pontoons which have fresh water and electricity supply. The Marina has a very high level of occupancy and applicants for a berth generally have to join a waiting list. A yacht may be berthed at Hornet only if the owner complies with the Constitution and Rules of Hornet Services Sailing Club.

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Marina Layout

230 berth up to 40 feet LOA

Marina Manager

Stewart Peters

Our Forthcoming Events

We have a very busy social programme that has become extremely popular over the years. Forthcoming events are listed below:

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Gallery

A selection of images from recent club events. Thanks to all the contributors!