Newhaven and Seaford Sailing Club (NSSC)
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This is the website of Newhaven and Seaford Sailing Club, NSSC, in East Sussex, a family-friendly water sports club and RYA training centre founded in 1952. We have Dinghy, Catamaran, Windsurf, and Keelboat sailing and racing all year round, with, beach, lake and marina facilities. You can take part in Kayak, Canoe, and Paddleboarding too, with new members always welcomed. 

We have a main site at Seaford clubhouse located on the beach with organised sailing series on Sundays, and Wednesday evenings throughout the summer.  We sail all year round with a winter sailing series at our inland water at Piddinghoe, where we have sail, windsurf and powerboat training for both adults and children. NSSC is an RYA OnBoard club.

We run cadet nights, with training and fun groups, at Piddinghoe on a Monday evening May to July and Saturday afternoons in the Autumn, and have our popular Women on Water, WOW, sailing evenings from April to October .

The club is run by the members on a volunteer basis, we have galley, changing and shower facilities at both our beach and inland sites.  The popular Seaford beach site has a fully staffed popular cafe, The Galley, a members bar and club facilities, with camping at both sites for open and annual sailing events.

The club also sail keel boats out of Newhaven Marina, with safety, training and rescue boats for sea activities, so is totally covered for all aspects of sailing and water-sports activities. Come along and see what is happening, follow us on facebook/twitter or check-out our ebook on: NSSC ebook. Click on the link to open a pdf in a new window, which can be printed off.

Here is a calendar of racing, social and training events coming-up:

Try our YouTube video in full-screen  here: Videoor click on the image to the right to watch it embedded.

 

Webcam:

Want to know what the front-wave looks like before travelling to Seaford for a race? We now have a webcam showing the rubber strips, the beach and the sea. This should work from most devices. There are weather links on the webcam page.

Here it is: WEBCAM

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