Courtown Sailing Club is a small friendly, family run club in Courtown Harbour.
Please use the contact's link to see all committee members
All committee members can be contacted via their link on the contacts page
If you are lucky enough to have someone that will put a lifejacket on you shortly after birth, you can sail the high seas. You will see young children sail with their families on the cruisers in Courtown.
Download the ‘New membership’ form, fill it in and get a proposer and seconder. Or Apply online.
The moorings are currently full. To get your name on the waiting list please apply in writing to:Moorings OfficerCourtown Sailing ClubArdamineGoreyCo Wexford. Or apply online
You can get involved in Cruiser sailing in a number of ways.
Check out the crew section of the website.
Come to the steps at 1 o'clock most Saturdays.
Come to the steps at 6.30 pm on Thursdays.
For cruiser sailing you need:
Life jacket/buoyancy aid
Appropriate wet gear
Non-marking soles on your shoes
You no longer need an echo cert to participate in cruiser racing in CSC. Echo certs are required if participating in racing in other clubs.
You do need sail numbers for both cruisers and dinghies. If you don't have a sail number please apply to the ISA.
If you intend to participate in dinghy activities you must pay dinghy fees.
You can enrol in a summer dinghy course at 9 years of age. On Wednesday in fun sailing you can go in a dinghy with a friend or family. You can go as a guest even if you are not a member. You must fill out a guest form.
Always wear your buoyancy aid.
You need a wet suit - a long one will keep you warm; underneath wear a rash vest; all should fit you neatly; sailing boots, sailing socks will keep you warm; a cag will reduce the effect of the wind. Never forget your buoyancy aid.
A change of clothes; always bring something warm - if you capsize in the water it can be cold; you will need a fleece and track suit bottoms even on a fine day. Sun protection is necessary even when it is not sunny; the wind out on the water can be harsher than you realise.