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 Saturday night suppers for members and their friends. These popular fund-raising evenings are frequently livened up with a fun quiz and spontaneous entertainment or live music. For photos of previous events click here
Afternoon Cream Teas at the Alderney Sailing Club
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 25 April 2020 in the Clubhouse – CANCELLED!
This event is primarily for club members and takes place in the Clubhouse . We regret to advise you that due to the current CORVID-19 pandemic, we have had to cancel this year’s Fitting-Out Supper.
Last year’s theme was “Nautical and Stripey” and just about everybody adhered to the dress code. A fun evening enjoyed by all. The photos speak from themselves! To view photos of the 2019 Fitting-Out Supper, 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 our Commodore!
Alderney Sailing Club Summer Party: Saturday 15 August 2020 – in the Clubhouse
This year we are organising a Summer Party. Last year’s Summer Ball took place at the Clubhouse and the new marquee. It was a huge success, as you can see from the photos published here
Laying-Up Supper: Saturday 21 November – in the Island Hall
This traditional annual event for club members which for the past two years took place in the Clubhouse, will this year move back to the Island Hall to accommodate more guests and a dance floor. Pre-dinner drinks will be served in the Anne French Room before another delicious 3-course dinner.
Last year’s invited Guests of Honour included the Commodores of the Guernsey and Jersey Yacht Clubs (in the photo with Alderney Commodore Tess Woodnutt). Another great event enjoyed by all.
Check out the photographs published here