In the early sixties, down by the lakeside, there was the old boathouse of Coniston Old Hall. It was derelict, with what windows and doors there were blocked in with corrugated iron sheeting no floors, no water, no electric, no toilets and lots of draughts. Visit our History of Coniston Sailing Club page and take a tour of the club down the years.
Published 00:00 on 21 Oct 2023
Take an aerial tour round Coniston Sailing Club Bay, with views of Brantwood on the east shore and Coniston Old Man in the background.
Published 00:00 on 20 Oct 2023
A big Thank You to all who contributed to a successful retrieval day last Sunday. From all the extra muscle helping to move trailers about on the car park to those getting wet at the water's edge, and also to all the helpers in the clubhouse. Without such a combined effort, I doubt we would have been able to retrieve as many boats as smoothly as we did. A pleasure to
Published 00:00 on 18 Oct 2023
Given this is the busiest time of year at Coniston Sailing Club, we wanted to share some general safety tips and reminders for those using the water and club this summer. Buoyancy aids and swimming : We recommend a buoyancy aid is worn at all times by those in or on the water. Buoyancy aids are a key safety device which should be worn when participating
Published 14:11 on 30 Jul 2021
I regret to inform members of the death of Ian Stancliffe, founding member of Coniston Sailing Club, at the age of 89. Some of you will remember Ian, some will be aware of the name and others will never have heard of him but Coniston Sailing Club would not exist in its current format without Ian, his vision and his dedication and drive to forming and building CSC. You can read much more
Published 11:02 on 24 Jan 2021