Welsh Harp Sailing Club
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Phone : +447896465848
The Welsh Harp Sailing Club was formed in 2014 from BTYC Sailsports and Seahorse Sailing Club. It is one of the largest Sailing & Windsurfing clubs in North London.
The Welsh Harp Sailing Club is one of the largest Sailing and Windsurfing clubs in North London.
Situated on the Welsh Harp Reservoir near Brent Cross, we’re right next to where the M1 enters London, less than 8 miles from Oxford Circus and the West End.
Previous experience is not necessary. We offer safe and free RYA accredited training for anyone from the age of 8 up.
The club has a range of modern dinghies, including GP14s, Lasers and Toppers, as well as wetsuits and buoyancy aids, all of which are free for our members to use.
Windsurfing boards & rigs with wet suits also available for your first few sessions.
If you are a newcomer, you can start out by turning up to one of our Thursday Evening Training sessions, from 6PM starting from April to September.
Once you join the Club, free training is available for Dinghy and/or Windsurfing during the summer.
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