Weybridge Sailing Club is situated on an interesting reach of the River Thames, adjacent to Shepperton Lock and the confluence with the River Wey and the Wey Navigation. The Club is easily reached from Walton or Weybridge via Walton Lane which joins the two towns and follows the river from Walton Bridge to Thames Street in Weybridge. The Club was established in its present form in 1963 and the premises include a large dinghy park with hard standing for some 50 boats, which are fenced off from the river towpath and the road.

The Club buildings include a clubhouse with water, electricity and simple cooking/tea making equipment and tables and chairs. Tables and chairs are also available on the outside ‘patio’ area for al fresco barbecues or picnics.

We have a large secure nissen hut with lighting and power which is used for storage during the winter and for boat fitting out / maintenance during the summer. A variety of other covered storage and workshop spaces are also on the premises.

A small building with separate male & female toilet and shower facilities is available on the site. The Club has ample off street parking.

The stretch of the river that is available for sailing is not suitable for serious competitive racing due to the presence of high trees – which can provide challenging sailing – and cruiser boats entering and leaving Shepperton lock. Our aim is to attract members who either no longer wish to take part in competitive races or are not interested in serious racing but just like pottering about on the river.

Members may use the club premises and river at any time  – subject to the river conditions. Organised events are arranged at various times through the year generally on Sunday afternoons from April to November for those who wish to take part including friendly races. The Club has a safety boat which is in attendance during formal events at the club.

The river is accessed from the club via the towpath and a launching ramp. The club’s floating pontoon allows easy access into and out of boats.

Because of the attractive surroundings and large open (but largely enclosed) grassed area the Club appeals to members of all ages and abilities and especially to members with young children.