Lee on the Solent Sailing Club
LOSSC is a long established, family friendly sailing club. Located on the edge of the finest sailing waters it offers a full range of sailing activities including racing, cruising and training. The club offers regular class racing for a range of dinghy and catamaran classes plus fast medium and slow handicap fleets.
In addition the club has a strong and vibrant social scene and offers a social membership to those preferring not to sail but wish to enjoy the club atmosphere and the company of its members.
Activities at the Club
A full sailing programme is available to members with racing being held on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the season. The club also runs a number of open meetings during the year and its own Annual regatta in July. Informal sailing and dinghy cruising opportunities are scheduled throughout the year together with organised rallies for the small but enthusiastic group of yacht owners.
LOSSC is an RYA Recognised Training Centre providing a variety of RYA course for its members. Sail training for adults and cadets is provided on Saturday mornings during the summer. Other training sessions are arranged on specialised areas together with ad hoc sessions on topical subjects. View the training programme.
The clubhouse located on the front at Lee on the Solent, includes a large function room with fully licensed bar overlooking the broad expanse of the Solent. The club chef provides a balanced menu of catering throughout the year including a decent bacon butty for the sailors and themed evenings for all. For more details see the social activities pages.
Play Snooker on tables from Osborne House, Queen Victorias weekend retreat on the Isle of Wight, and take part in the many fun tournaments during the year. There are also Table Tennis and Pool facilities.
Other Facts and Frequently Asked Questions
For a summary of Lee on the Solent Sailing Club facts and frequently asked questions see FAQ.
Further information can be obtained by phoning 023 9255 0317
or by e-mailing The Club