Social Events

The Alderney Sailing Club is popular watering hole and a real social hub all year round.

Club Suppers

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.

Milk-o-Punch Sunday-  5th May 2024

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:  Saturday 27th July 2024

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 26 October 2024 – Island Hall

A glitzy night – and without doubt still one of the highlights of Alderney’s social calendar of events.

Last year’s Laying-Up Supper on Saturday 4 November also took place in the Island Hall was again a great occasion to celebrate.

The stormy weather prevented our visiting Commodores from Guernsey and Jersey to join us for this year’s Laying-Up Supper which was attended by over 90 members. After a delicious 3-course dinner served by the Georgian House, Guest Speaker Mark Wordsworth gave us an insight into the role of the RNLI  which this year celebrates its 200th anniversary, followed by numerous toasts, then the prize giving and then it was time to dance the night away to the sound of Alderney’s AY REX band

 

To view all the photographs taken that night, please click here: