This website is for anyone with a Cambridge connection who is interested in Cambridge sailing and windsurfing. You may be a prospective, current, or past student or member of the University. Or you may be a current or past member of the Cambridge University Cruising Club (CUCrC). Use the site to learn about and keep in touch with Cambridge University student and alumni sailing and windsurfing. Club sailing takes place in boats of 30 feet in length or under. Yachting at Cambridge, ‘big boat’ stuff in craft over 24 feet in length, is the province of the CU Yacht Club. And we get together in the overlap!
Finding Out About Us
Head for the Student section if you are interested in joining the Club. This section also covers arrangements for postdoctoral students, University staff, and others.
Head for the Alumni section if you have left Cambridge but would like to stay in touch with Cambridge sailing and windsurfing.
Head for the Club Admin section if you need to know details of the Club’s programme, officers, or regulations
Head for the Contact Us section to register your interest in receiving emails from us, or to raise a query.
The right-hand column lists all the very latest items of news and comment about Cambridge sailing and windsurfing. Use this link to view the latest alumni newsletter. Access earlier newsletters via the category index on the News Archive page.
View up to 40 CUCrC and member news items via the drop-down menus under the ‘News’ menu tab at the top of the site. Access earlier Cambridge sailing and windsurfing news items via the category index on the News Archive page. Use the search box at the top of the right-hand column to search news items on title, content, author, and comment author or content. The search is particularly useful for finding people in photographs.
The history of Cambridge sailing and windsurfing since 1893 is indexed by a double drop-down menu structure under the History main menu tab above.
Congratulate people on their successes, or make a comment, by using the ‘Leave a Comment’ box at the bottom of each news item. Respond to other people’s comments by using the ‘Reply’ link below their comment. Contributions are moderated before being published and are relayed to the author of the news item.
Please submit news of your own and others’ sailing and social activity for publication. Contact the Webgmaster using the box at the bottom of the right-hand column. Any news is of interest, and photographs are particularly welcome. Please also let us have any changes to your contact details – particularly email address.