The clubs sailing areas are situated in Owen Anchorage, which is protected by Woodmans Point. This means unobstructed breezes with flat water, which is ideal for sailing. The "boat launch ramp/beach crossing" at Jervoise Bay Sailing Club offers excellent access to Cockburn Sound and to nearby islands while behind Jervoise Bay Beach is the John Graham Recreation Reserve.
New members are always welcome.
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Club formed in 1977 by workers at a Jervoise Bay shipyard on company land. Business expansion required club re-development on the north side of Woodman Point (Owen Anchorage). High point so far-hosting World Tornado 91/92. Several other championship regattas, most recent Tornado, Hobie and Windrush championships.
- BBQ Area
- Launch Ramp/Beach Crossing
- Member Parking
- Rigging - lawn
Sat/Sun afternoon/evening and any other time members like to spend time at one of the nicest spots along the metro coast line.
Club has the only coastal metro sailing protected from the sea-breeze chop. Expansive lawn & protected swimming beach are backed by natural bushland. It is a SAILING club for beach cats, shallow draft trailer sailers and some sailing dinghies.
- Hobie 16 (International Class)
- Nacra Catamaran
- Windrush Catamaran
For a minimal fee members can stay overnight on the 100m x 30m lawn and race or sail the next day. Toilets/showers available. A camp kitchen with gas bbq, microwave, fridge, hot and cold running water, electric kettle and other kitchen toolery is freely available.