Ramsey Harbour

A warm welcome to our club.

We are situated in Ramsey Bay in the north of the Isle of Man and provide facilities for both offshore and dinghy sailors at our recently modernised clubhouse.  For more information about local holidays and events follow this link - visitiom.

In addition to an active cruising fleet operating from Ramsey Harbour we have several dinghy fleets and an active RYA Approved training section.

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Latest News

Sea-Pie of Cultra victorious at West Highland Yachting Week

The winning team!

The winning crew!

Jerry and Linda Colman’s Sigma 33 Sea-Pie of Cultra, sailing under the burgee of the Manx Sailing and Cruising Club in Ramsey, returned from the West Coast of Scotland on Sunday loaded with silverware having won their Class at West Highland Week with 3 wins and two second places to count, putting the yacht several points ahead of the next in Class. The crew, Juan Hendy, Simon Pressly, May Shiu Chan, Alex Daniel, Keith Hardisty and Jerry put together a slick performance despite never having sailed as a team before, indeed for 2 of the crew, this was their first Yachting Regatta.

Click here for the full report from Jerry - Sea-Pie at West Highland Week 2019.docx

Atom Accounting Ramsey to Laxey Race 2019

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The Atom Accounting Services Ramsey to Laxey dinghy race, it’s a challenge and not for the faint hearted! The race for the Green Cup is a coastal race with spectacular scenery if you have time to look!

Hosted by MS&CC the Le Mans type beach start is at 11:30am on Saturday 17th August.

Laxey Sailing Club are holding their Regatta on Sunday 18th August starting at midday.

IOM Copiers Round the Island Race 2019

Sea-Pie of Cultra, rounding the Point of Ayre on the way to winning the ION Copiers Round the Island Race

Sea-Pie of Cultra, rounding the Point of Ayre on the way to winning the IOM Copiers Round the Island Race

Jerry Colman won the Coronation Cup in emphatic fashion in his boat Sea-Pie in the Round the Island Yacht Race on Sunday.  
In difficult conditions, with competitors having to beat into a strong south westerly all the way down the west coast, only one other boat completed the Manx Sailing and Cruising Club-organised race – Freya, skippered by André Midwood. 
Sea-Pie – a Sigma 33 boat – got off to a near-perfect start in blustery conditions at 9am and went straight into a lead it never forsook for the rest of the day.  Follow this link for the full report by James Penn - IOM Copiers Round the Island Race 2019

MS&CC Dinghy Regatta 2019

Dave Batchelor, winner of the MS&CC Regatta

Dave Batchelor, winner of the MS&CC Regatta

Ramsey Regatta Day One.
A superb day, sunshine and breeze, perfect conditions in Ramsey Bay produced some very close racing, two windward leeward and a P course for variety, it’s too close to call!

Ramsey Regatta Final Day.
It was looking like it was going to be a bit on the windy side and make things interesting but come start time everything had mellowed down, this left some waves without the power needed to ride them properly, although the starts had been hotly contested all weekend, everyone was ultra keen in race 5 with two general recalls.
David Batchelor proved consistency is the key to winning Regatta’s counting five 2nd’s after discard to win the Daily Mirror Trophy, Matthew Perry came second and Donald Edwards 3rd, in the Junior Series run in tandem with the main event Peter Cope pipped Teddy Dunn due to the result of the last race (both finished with 7 points) and Oscar Jackson was 3rd.

Many thanks to Officer of the Day, Keith Poole, all patrol boat crews and Regatta Tea ladies.

MS&CC Dinghy Regatta – 22 & 23 June 2019

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Manx Sailing & Cruising Club are holding their annual Dinghy Regatta on 22nd June and 23rd June.  First race starts at 13:00 on Saturday and racing on Sunday starts at 14:00, please follow this link for our sailing instructions - MS&CC Regatta 2019-Sailing Instructions.

We look forward to seeing as many competitors as possible to support the event, after all there’s  always the Regatta Tea to eat up afterwards!