Welcome to Toddbrook Sailing Club - RYA Approved Training Centre
Sail Training Voyage 2013 Crew wanted!
James Cook is a big yellow 21 metre (70 foot), 54 tonne steel-hulled ketch (2 masts, wheel at the back) run by Ocean Youth Trust North. We have booked the
boat for a full crew of twelve people Mon-Friday August 26th -30th. We sail from Whitehaven back to Whitehaven and the skipper, Grace Metcalfe 26, knows we are
keen. If you want to sign up for what promises to be an exciting sail let me know asap. Cost £450. Deposit £100. You don't need to be a dinghy sailor but it
helps if you like the sea and want to be out there. This voyage is open to anybody 14 -18 but if you are outside this age range let me know and we can discuss
0161 427 1721
Learn to sail and Take part.
Here's a round up of our training programme and what's going on throughout this season
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Enterprise Open 2013
A warm but blustery day greeted the seven visitors and the three home boats ...More...
Southport Junior 12 Hour Race
Toddbrook S.C. entered two boats in the Southport Junior 12 Hour race on Saturday June 30th, on the Marine Lake.
The GP 14 team finished a very commendable 6th overall and 3rd under 18
team. The enterprise team finished 20th overall in a strongly represented
A very well done to all who took part and especially those helpers who
enabled them to do so.
Race Duty Rota
Click here to view Race Duty Rota
Toddbrook Sailing Club is a small, non-profit making sailing club run by its members.
We sail on Toddbrook Reservoir in the small town of Whaley Bridge on the edge of the Peak District.
Whaley Bridge is 18 miles south of Manchester, 7 miles north of Buxton, 9 miles north east of
Macclesfield and 20 miles west of Sheffield.
Toddbrook Reservoir itself lies to the west of the town. It is owned by British Waterways
and was built in 1831 as a feeder for the Peak Forest Canal. The reservoir is
a Site Of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), and is the
habitat for herons, ducks and other animals and fish. Also many rare mosses and liverworts grow on the shores. There are fantastic views over the water to the surrounding Peak District.
This web site is intended for the use of members of Toddbrook Sailing Club, their guests, prospective members, and those interested in the sport and pleasure of sailing.
Please follow the links at the top of this page for more information about the club.