No, the club has boats which can be used by members. Boats are allocated on a first come first served basis, bookable in advance.
Information on joining can be found at Application Form to join or renew membership of Killaloe Sailing Club
We run Taster Sessions. You can book a Taster at Try Sailing (killaloesailingclub.com)
Information on your various options can be found here.
We generally say 8 years, but if the parents are actively involved in sailing it can of course be younger. Please note there is no single Junior member category.
It is approximately 5kms from Killaloe in the direction of Scarriff.
The club is open from April to October.
Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6.00pm and Sunday mornings from 10.00am. Safety cover is provided at these times.
Yes you can but you are encouraged to buddy-up and heed all safety advice.
No, the club can provide wetsuits, but you are encouraged to have your own wetsuit should you wish to join the club and take up sailing.
We have a cruising group who go on day or weekend cruises on the lake or on the sea. Leisure sailing is also facilitated on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings.
We race regularly on Tuesday evenings.
We can help you find crew from within the membership.
Yes, we run both Adult and Junior 8 week training courses; week-long camps for Juniors; and weekend camps for Adults.
All club members are expected to undertake certain mandatory duties such as Base Officer, Safety Officer, Safety Boat Driver/Assistant, Race Officer. The duty will depend upon the individual’s skills before being called to undertake Safety Boat or Race Officer Duties. Appropriate Training is provided where necessary.
As a member, yes you can. Standard boat parking fees apply.