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The June Pennant racing on Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 June will be held on two courses in Hayling Bay.

Youth Pennant racing will take place in the Harbour.

See details here . . .

HISC will be hosting the British Keelboat League (BKL) over the weekend of the 12 and 13 June in a fleet of RS21, racing in Chichester Harbour.

Racing on Saturday 12 June is scheduled from 10:27 hrs and for Sunday 13 June from 09:27 hrs.

More details here . . .

HISC has begun the process of removing all road trailers left at HISC to an offsite facility.

Please remove your trailers from HISC this weekend - 12/13 June 2021 -  to prevent them being taken away.

More information here . . .

In order to accommodate the construction of new boat racks to increase our storage capacity there has been a big movement of boats in the HISC boat park.

See details here . . .

Unregistered and unidentified trailers still at HISC after this weekend - 12/13 June 2021 -  will be removed to the sinbin regardless of wheel locks or equipment left on them.

More information here . . .

Oriental Night Thursday 10 June from 1830 to 2030  - £15 per person

To help facilitate a smooth evening we are asking that members book a table and a time slot by Sunday  6 June.

Details available here . . .

HISC will welcome 80+ boats this weekend for the RS Feva Nationals over the four day weekend (29 May to 1 Jun) and have made a few temporary changes to the House arrangements

Please note food availability changes . . .

Join us on a Wednesday evening and enjoy our Best of British Menu. 
Please book a table by calling the office. There will be 2 sittings 1830 - 1930 or 1930-2100.

The changing rooms are now available to members. 

NOTE: The outside showers now run with warm water and this provides an alternative solution with less risk attached. 

There are a number of guidelines set out by the government, the primary one being to actively discourage the use of the changing rooms. By using the changing rooms you do so at your own risk and are aware of/agree to the following . . .

Members will be able to view this amazing project from Saturday 22 May in the Club’s dining room.

Over the last four years, over 80 HISC members have been creating a major project making 101 flags depicting the history of the Club.

Each flag depicts a particular event in each year of the Club’s history . . . More information here . . .

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