Lindisfarne Sailing Club was established in 1955. We proudly hold a strong and rich history of training and tuition, racing & family friendly fun. Run by dedicated volunteers for over 60 years the club prides itself on being an inclusive, safe and fun place to sail for all ages. So if you are keen to get back into sailing, or would like your children to learn the sport we are the club for you.

Children and adults alike will enjoy the relaxed structure of our programs and safe and the supportive environment that our volunteers foster.

New memberships are welcome and we look forward to seeing you at LSC soon!

Club History

Lindisfarne Sailing Club was formed in 1955. The first club commodore was Mr M Cleary (1955) followed by Mr R J Featherstone (1956-59). The club was formed as a result of a number of local fathers coming together with the intent of both occupying their children and introducing them to the sport of sailing.The first committee formulated the following aims:

  • To encourage yacht racing and building;

  • To establish a club house and provide slipping, working and storage facilities

  • To organise and instruct members and non-members in seamanship, handling of craft and water safety;

  • To provide training classes for the youth of the district.

These aims still remain true with Lindisfarne Sailing club now working towards a major revitalisation of the club, uplift in memberships and many more years of fun, family friendly dinghy sailing. We are proud of our rich and varied history and are seeking images, stories and anecdotes from former members and their families to compile into a 'History of LSC' book.

Should you have any information (including images that you are happy for us to make digital copies of) that you wish to share please get in touch with us by emailing