The Alderney Sailing Club is popular watering hole and a real social hub all year round.
During the winter months, club members take over the club kitchen to produce delicious suppers. These popular fund-raising evenings are for members only and are frequently livened up with a fun quiz and spontaneous entertainment or live music.
For photos of previous events click here
Afternoon Cream Teas Everybody, including non-members, is welcome to enjoy Tea by the Sea in the Clubhouse or, if sunny and warm, on our popular Club Deck.
During the winter months, we serve afternoon teas with yummie home-made cakes every Tuesday (except Christmas Day and New Year Day) from 3:00pm to 4.30pm.
During July, August and through to end August, daily from Tuesday to Saturday, you can enjoy our scrumptious afternoon cream teas with home-made cakes, scones and local cream, served at the Sailing Club from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.
Fitting-Out Supper : Saturday 20 May 2023
This event is primarily for club members and takes place in the Clubhouse .
To see what happened last year, click here
Milk-o-Punch Sunday- (1st Sunday of May)
This traditional annual Alderney event takes place on the first Sunday of May when you are offered a complimentary glass of that famous magic potion, served to you by the Commodore!
Alderney Sailing Club Summer Party: date to be confirmed
Last year’s Summer party was a roaring success: Live music with the fab Dan McHale band for everybody to dance the night away, after a delicious 2-course Indian supper
A great party every year – check out last year’s photos here:
Laying-Up Supper: Saturday 4 November 2023
the biggest event of our social diary is the annual Laying-Up Supper (5 November 2022) – and it didn’t disappoint everybody who had dressed up for this glitzy occasion.
A glass of prosecco set the ambience for an enjoyable Saturday night out, welcoming RCYC’s Commodore Jules Schaefer but, sadly, adverse weather conditions prevented Commodore Anna Rivers (Guernsey Yacht Club), Commodore Rhys Perkins (St. Helier Yacht Club) and Commodore James Wilding (RCYC Jersey) from joining us this time.
The Georgian House team dished up an excellent 3-course dinner. Glasses were raised to numerous toasts and guest speaker Roger Dadd gave an interesting talk about CI Air Search.
Trophies were awarded to Guernsey’s Julie Schaefer and Richard Babbé who won the first Round the Island Race in June. Two trophies went to Jake Woodnutt: one for finishing first on handicap and the second trophy for being the first local boat across the finishing line in the Alderney Regatta Race in August.
To view all the photographs taken that night, please click here: