Lough Neagh Sailing Club is a fun, safe sailing environment for all ages and abilities.

Taster Sessions

Try Sailing taster sessions are a starting point for those looking to get a feel for sailing.

Youth Sailing

The Youth Sailing programme is an opportunity for all to ‘learn to sail’ in a fun, safe environment.

Dinghy Sailing

Dinghy sailing sessions provide opportunities for those wishing to develop their sailing skills.

Cruiser Sailing

Cruiser sailing is ideal for those looking to crew, compete or just cruise in good company.

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Dinghy Series

Dinghy Winter Series 2021

Lough Neagh Sailing Club Dinghy Winter Series 2021 - Notice…

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Next Thursday we be welcoming Elwyn Agnew to share with us stories from his epic voyage from Carrickfergus across the Atlantic to the Caribbean ,cruising island life and the trip back as part of the 2022/2023 ARC Rally . It will be an inspiring evening and all are welcome . Thursday 22nd Feb 7pm ... See MoreSee Less
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Some winter events coming up . All welcome. ... See MoreSee Less
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m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=769706518531640&id=100064768958405It is with great sadness that Lough Neagh Rescue announce the death of their patron and co-founder Billy Mullen.Billy served in Lough Neagh Rescue for over 25 years and during his time was a long serving Coxswain, saving the lives of countless people. From wiring the first lifeboat in the service and using his wide range of mechanical skills, to training and mentoring other crew, Billy was generous with his time and extensive knowledge to ensure the lifeboat was always fit for service, and the crew under his command would make it safely back to base.A leader on the water and on land, Billy also served Lough Neagh Rescue as a training officer, board member and chairperson, and his dedication to saving lives was recognised in 2016 with appointment of the BEM in the New Year Honours list.Billy will always be remembered for his cheery smile, humour and calmness under pressure, but most of all his steadfast commitment to the lifeboat service on Lough Neagh, made possible by the support of his wife Anne, to whom we extend our deepest condolences at this difficult time, as well as his sons Finn, Timo and Tam and extended family. Finn and Tam continue to serve as lifeboat crew volunteers. ... See MoreSee Less
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Last up on the LNSC sailing calender is our Comodores boxing day pursuit race. This is a great fun race and all are welcome. It is a great opportunity to get our new members and boats out on the water for a family friendly race. The race starts with the slowest boat starting at 13:00 (so start procedure starts at 12:55) and the race is handicapped based on a race length of 100 minutes, when all boats should be finishing at the same time! A busy day for the race officers 🙂 It would be great to see as many boats, crew and family as possible on boxing day and there will be some food served in the club house after to help all warm up! ... See MoreSee Less
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