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  • Sunderland Yacht Club

    Sunderland Yacht Club is situated on the sea front at the root of the Old North Pier and overlooks the harbour entrance. The Club has easy access to the beach and sea via the Club ramp.

    The Club has a large compound for storage of dinghies in the summer and lay up for cruisers in the winter.

    The Club owns and maintains over forty moorings in the North Dock Basin. Additional moorings are available in the Sunderland Marina. The great advantage Sunderland has over other marinas in the area is that the moorings can be used at all states of the tide without having to lock in and out.

    Dinghy sailing takes place inside the harbour or out at sea in Whitburn Bay. Whitburn Bay has the advantage that it is quite well protected from the north and has ample room to set courses for both dinghies and cruisers.

    The Club is ideally situated for access to other ports and anchorages on the north east coast and is used as a base for weekend cruising to Whitby in the south to Amble in the north.

    SAILING Club/Assoc