Trearddur Bay Sailing Club is a family sailing club in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey, North Wales. The club exists to promote sailing and racing, but also has a very healthy social side, with a mixture of events for the whole family. The sailing season is focussed on 4 weeks of the summer, late July to late August. During these 4 weeks and 5 weekends, most days see at least one sailing or social event, and many have 2 or 3.
Welcome, members and visitors, to the Trearddur Bay Sailing Club’s website. 2019 marks 100 years of Trearddur Bay Sailing Club and we have various events planned to celebrate our centenary.
Our sailing season commences on Saturday 27th July with the 1st Cup Race following the start of season Dedication Service. We have a full season of sailing and other events planned. Our regatta this year is on Saturday 10 August and there are two races which are open to non-members as well as the Allcomers race on Friday 16 August. For more information please email email@example.com
We also have a special Centenary Concert on the evening of Wednesday 21st August 2019. If you are interested in finding out more about this please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Members are reminded about the Centenary Anglesey Coastal Path walks. Members can book through WebCollect. There is various information on this site, some relevant to members only in the Members Area. Registration with the website is required. Members may find the Club’s tweets about sailing and social useful during the season.
Weather & EPHEMERALS
<p><p style=”text-align: justify;”>Trearddur Bay offers sea sailing at its best. Our sheltered coves offer moorings for the bigger boats and calm launching for the dinghies. Out at sea, the prevailing winds blow straight from Ireland giving clean winds, and great waves for the more experienced crews to enjoy when the wind is up.</p><br />
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>For the racing sailor, a range of ’round the cans’ courses ranging from sheltered water inside the bay for the Optimists to more challenging tidal conditions further out for the bigger boats offer great racing for all, while the ‘offshore’ races to Holyhead and Rhoscolyn are for many the highlights of the season.</p><br />
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Outside of racing, the varied coastline makes it a great place for a day sail, with many secluded beaches in range for a lazy picnic.</p><br />
<p style=”text-align: justify;”>To ensure the next generation (and older newcomers!) enjoy the water, we have a very active training programme, with our sail training week that includes a variety of training options from single handed Optimists to double handed RS200s. Once the bug has bitten, our ‘Novice’ race series helps introduce new sailors to the fun and challenges of racing</p><br />