Ramsey Harbour

A warm welcome to our club.

We are situated in Ramsey Bay in the north of the Isle of Man and provide facilities for both offshore and dinghy sailors at our recently modernised clubhouse.  For more information about local holidays and events follow this link – visitiom.

In addition to an active cruising fleet operating from Ramsey Harbour we have several dinghy fleets and an active RYA Approved training section.

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Latest News

Manx Sailing & Cruising Club are hosting their annual Laser Regatta on Saturday 30 September in Ramsey Bay. Many thanks to Huw Bevan of Designer Glass for sponsoring this event.

It will be a one day event with the option of switching to the Sunday if the weather doesn’t play ball. Standard, Radial and 4.7 Classes can compete for the overall honours.

Six short course races, with one discard. If you don’t own a Laser, beg or borrow one (there’s plenty out there). Sailing Instructions can be found at this link – Laser Regatta 2023-Sailing Instructions.

Laxey Sailing Club are holding their Regatta on Sunday 17 September starting at 12.30pm. Sailing Instructions for this event can be found here: LSC Regatta Sailing Instructions 2023

The EVMC Ramsey to Laxey dinghy race is a challenge not for the faint hearted! The race for the Green Cup is a coastal race with spectacular scenery if you have time to look! Many thanks to Ellan Vannin Maritime Centre for sponsoring this event.

Hosted by MS&CC the Le Mans type beach start is at midday on Saturday 19 August. Starting on Ramsey Beach by the Clubhouse, feet to be on terraferma until start signal, start sequence is 3,2, start. Look out for the finish mark in Laxey Bay.

Laxey Sailing Club are holding their Regatta on Sunday 20 August starting at 12.30pm. Sailing Instructions for this event can be found here: LSC Regatta Sailing Instructions 2023

MS&CC members Jason & Elsie Hyett

After delays because of Covid lockdown and border restrictions, Guernsey is now fully prepared to host the nineteenth edition of the Island Games. The first such games were hosted here on the Island in 1985, sailing became one of the sports represented when Gibraltar introduced it in 1995.

The Isle of Man sailing team is once again represented by four Sailors, two from the Isle of Man Yacht Club, Matthew Perry and Ross Arnold and two Sailors from the Manx Sailing & Cruising Club, our representatives are the Father and Daughter team of Jason and Elsie Hyett.

We would like to wish all the competitors from all the sports the very best of luck.

Event website https://guernsey2023.gg/

Sailing tracker https://www.tractrac.com/…/event_20230629_NatWestInt/2527

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/InternationalIslandGamesAssociation/

International Island Games Assoc https://www.iiga.org/

Lilee heading round the Point of Ayre
Some of the winning crews from Seapie of Cultra and Lilee along with sponsor Mark Corrin

Write-up by James Penn

The 71st IOM Copiers Round the Island Race went ahead in very challenging conditions on Saturday, with the honours split fairly evenly between the only two finishers.

Lilee won the Ramsey Courier Cup for first on elapsed time and the Golden Jubilee Trophy for overall winner on a National Handicap (NHC) basis, while Seapie of Cultra won the Ramsey Town Cup for first finisher on a Class 1 IRP handicapped boat, the IOM Breweries Cup for Division 1, Class A, and the Maddrell Trophy. Click on this link for the full write-up – IOM Copiers Round the Island Race 2023.