Latest News

Thu 24th Jun 2021 to Sun 27th Jun 2021

Looking forward to the best Nationals ever!

Many thanks to quizmaster Steven Low for hosting three virtual quizzes on Zoom, in June, July and August, with teams scatttered from the south coast of England to Aberdeenshire. Also to our club administrator Julia Gibson for the organisation.

Information on the next quiz will be posted when arrangements are finalised.

Stay safe, everyone!

Our new RIB "Theme", named in memory of our late honorary commodore and benefactor Finlay Forsyth's Loch Long, has now arrived, and is in the water. The engine is now being run in, and hopefully will see "real" service on club activities in the near future. A formal launch and naming ceremony is planned for the not too distant this space!

Some significant changes come into effect on Friday 3rd July, principally affecting our cruising members at this stage - leisure travel distance restrictions are lifted, plus overnight stays on your boat, and overnight anchoring, are now permitted. The 2 metre restriction remains on social distancing in Scotland, and there are also restrictions on who you can have aboard. The executive committee are working with RYAS and other clubs on how these guidelines affect the resumption of wider club activities. We are carrying out neccessary risk assesments and will update members on our schedule for resuming activities and reopening the clubhouse as soon as possible.

Full details of the new situation can be found in the RYA Scotland guidance note, here

Other LYH activities are also expanding ..... - click on "read more" for more details

Largs Sailing Club

Largs Sailing Club was founded in 1936, and is now based in a modern clubhouse in Largs Yacht Haven, just to the south of Largs town centre.

The Club organises a range of activities for all ages and abilities, from the teaching of beginners by the LSTA to hosting large national and world championship events. We also run regular racing for dinghies and keelboats. Our active cruising section (sail and power) organises cruises in company around the Clyde and the west of Scotland, and holds regular talks and skills workshops. Throughout the year, we hold quiz nights, talks with guest speakers, and themed evenings including dances and parties.

Our waterfront location gives us the best view in the marina, as can be seen from the LSC WebCam. Our Lookout Lounge has a well-stocked bar and good bar food at reasonable prices, making it a welcoming port of call for members and guests.

Rooms in our clubhouse are available to hire for any occasion - business meetings, charity lunches, birthday parties, weddings, sail training, art exhibits etc., and are complete with wireless internet and AV equipment. Our fully licensed bar and catering facilities can meet your most exacting requirements.


Following the relaxation of lockdown measures presented by the Scottish First Minister on 10th July, LSC is beginning to reopen clubhouse facilities for members in line with RYAS guidance.

At present, we are only able to open on a very limited basis, and are providing toilet facilities on the ground floor at the weekends until 1700hrs. However, we request that you do not use this as a changing area. The coffee machine and snack selection are available in the hallway, along with hand sanitisers and wipes. The main changing rooms and upstairs remain closed for the moment, but are constantly reviewing how and when we can increase facilities open to members and work towards a more normal club experience for all. All changes will be posted here and on our various social media groups.

We ask you to continue respecting the constraints we are still needing to keep in place to enable you all to keep safe and keep sailing. As soon as we can open up more of your clubhouse and offer more activities, we will!



As regular club activities have been suspended since lockdown began at the end of March, the last "normal" newsletter was on 1st March, which reported on a breezy(!) Harken New Year race, standing room only at the first winter cruising talks, and our stalwart maintenance volunteers getting the clubhouse shipshape for the new season, including shower upgrades.

Our dinghy sailors have been social sailing and informally racing for some weeks, and our cruising sailors and motor boaters are increasingly active, now that overnighting aboard is permitted. We all look forward to a return to full activities as the coronavirus situation allows. In the mean time, enjoy looking back in the newsletter archive!

LSC Merchandising

If you want some Largs Sailing Club branded clothing then you can now choose from a wide range of items supplied by World Leisurewear. Click below to find out more.

Cruising with Friends

Cruising and Socialising

Fantastic View

Fantastic View Photo by Gordon Cochrane

Great Location

Great Location Photo by Marc Turner

Major Sailing Events

Laser Nationals, Photo by Marc Turner


Training for Juniors and Adults with the LSTA

Regatta Week

Yachts at LRW, Photo by Marc Turner

Club Racing

Club Race Start

Regatta Week

Dinghy Racing at Largs Regatta Week Photo by Marc Turner
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Also the “ Combined Weekend Academy for Lasers, 29ers and 420s”
Sat 26th Sep 2020
Late Season Series open to visitors
Sun 1st Nov 2020 to Sun 6th Dec 2020
RSK D-Zero National Championships 2021.
Thu 24th Jun 2021
29er UK Nationals 2021.
Sun 25th Jul 2021
Largs Regatta Festival Logo
Round the Cans racing at Largs Regatta Week
Sat 28th Aug 2021
Largs Regatta Festival 2021.
Sat 28th Aug 2021
Largs Regatta Festival Logo
Race around the Island of Cumbrae
Sun 29th Aug 2021