Staunton Harold there is a wide variety of sailing options, from
cruising to racing.
Which boat should I sail?
Firstly you need to make a few basic decisions: boats for one or
two people; with one, two or three sails; sit-out or sit-in,
trapeze or racks; spinnaker or not, big or small, fast or
manoeuvrable etc and thats before you consider the price.
The Yachts and Yachting magazine publishes a "Racing
Classes Review" each year comparing around 175 different
classes - while we don't have quite that many racing at Staunton
Harold, there are at least 20 different classes represented in the
club. At SHSC we allow any non-keel boat whose Portsmouth Number
(PN) is more than 900. Those with a PN less than 900 are considered
too fast for the size of water.
Fleets at SHSC are: