Coldham Hall is situated on the Yare and offers moorings to the many holidaycraft which now frequent the Southern Broadland Rivers during the holiday season. CHSC members have always enjoyed a friendly relationship with the landlord. Indeed it was thanks to the landlord that the club began its activities in 1951. Winter evenings it is used for committee meetings and the AGM is traditionally held in the dining room, one year this proved to be a problem as the pub had caught fire, The fine thatched roof seen in the photograph is therefore a recent addition.
Provided by the Club is a locked Dinghy Park, Slipway and Winch,Clubhouse and Wet Moorings (subject to availability)
All within easy road access, ten minutes from the A47 Norwich Southern Bypass.
to provide facilities, resources and opportunities for racing, cruising and leisure sailing
to promote the enjoyment that sailing provides in a friendly, safe and co-operative manner
to provide an element of competitive racing both within the Club and in conjunction with other nearby Clubs
Club racing every Sunday morning from May to October. Dinghies and half-decked keel boats, round the cans and down river courses as per the race programme. Cruisers down river, alternate Sundays.
Two Picnic Races
The Club has a newly formed Paddlesport section giving easy access to the river via the clubs excellant slipway.
Held on the first weekend in May in conjunction with the Norwich Frostbites Sailing Club
Open to all River Cruisers,mid-September
The club runs a course of seven introductory sessions on Thursday evenings, theory and practice, throughout the summer, commencing in June, 6.30-8.00pm
Further information contact
Mob 07905 153172
Most racing is on a mixed handicap basis as members own a variety of boats. Predominant dinghies are Wayfarers (8) with a range of others, together with Yeomans (17) and River Cruisers (4). The Club owns two Wayfarer Dinghies and a Comet Dinghy, which are available for use by approved members. These must be booked through the
On 07860 191111
Members are free to sail and use the Club facilities any day of the week
The social committee usually organise two or three events in the nature of talks or films in the January to March period, the Rigging-Out Supper in April, the Barbecue in June, and the Prize-Giving Dinner in the winter months.
Juniors (under 18) NO Charge
Single £94 (A person over the age of eighteen)
Family £114 (Two spouses civil or domestic partners together with any children of either such adult member
under eighteen years of age at the commencement of the membership year)
Introductory £94 (Single membership for the purposes of the try sailing programme)
Social £24 (A person who wishes to be accociated with the Club for social purposes)
Paddle Member Single £47
Paddle Member Family £57
Dinghy Park £102
Cruiser Mooring £376
Half-decker Mooring £321
Canoe, Kayak, Topper Paddleboard £41
Trailer Storage £47