Welcome to Bray Sailing Club in Wicklow, Ireland

Bray is a picturesque and easily accessible traditional seaside resort a few miles South of Dublin. The sailing club overlooks the harbour, which is at the North end of the promenade. The club is more than a hundred years old, and many former members have earned national and international reputations. We cater for both cruisers and dinghies, with a full program of racing, cruising and an active sea school providing training courses for adults and juniors.

Learn to sail in Bray!

As well as teaching juniors how to sail, we are also keen to welcome new adult members to the club!   

We are running an Adult Training week of evening sailing starting on Sunday 24th May, with evening sailing for adults who are new to sailing

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The Lift-in

Dinghy Sail


Midsummer Twilight Regatta 2016

One of the highlights of our sailing season takes place from Tuesday to Thursday 28th to 30th June 2016. Designed to be a three day event that you don't have to take a day off work for, our Midsummer Twilight Regatta features up to nine evening races for all dinghy classes.

A small number of club boats will be available for use by members who do not have their own, at the following costs (for the entire event):

Pico €15 per boat

RS Feva €30 per boat

Bahia €45 per boat

If you wish to use a club boat, please book it by email only at training@braysailingclub.ie. Use of club boats is subject to terms and conditions, and subject to sailors being assessed as competent enough to sail the boat being booked. 

Notice of Race and Entry Form are available to download here:

Notice of Race

Entry Form    

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Junior training launched

Junior training launched

Details of our nine week junior training programme for 2016 have just been announced and are to be found under the "Sea School" link on the website

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CSV Calendar Files

CSV Calendar Files

The .csv files for the 2016 sailing programme are now available to download from the Sailing Progamme page

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