Home

This website is for anyone who is interested in Cambridge team racing, dinghy sailing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and match racing.  Club sailing takes place in boats of 30 feet in length or under.   ‘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!

Find Out More

Our Main Social Media Channels

Photos of Cambridge Team Racing, Dinghy Sailing, Windsurfing , Kiteboarding

The CUCrC caters for all types of sailing – see the photos below. Find out more about individual section activities on our Team and Match Racing,   Dinghy Sailing,   Windsurfing, and Kiteboarding pages. Reload this page to see a fresh set of photos!

Team Racing & Match Racing
Team photo
Sailors at World University Regatta, China
Windsurfing
Photo of windsurfing
Easter fun at Fuerteventura

Dinghy Sailing

Photo of trainees with their awards
RYA trainees pleased with their awards
Kiteboarding
Photo of Kitesurfing
Sailors enjoy Clacton-on-Sea
Sustainability at the CUCrC

As sailors we depend on the outside environment more than perhaps any other sport. Having a healthy and clean aquatic environment is key to our enjoyment and safety as is having a clean shore environment. Due to this we at CUCrC place great focus on sustainability.

Last year the Club won a Silver Award in the RYA Green Blue competition. This year we are aiming to win a Gold award.

Green Blue is an environmental program initiated by the RYA and British Marine. It aims to enable and empower boating communities to help safeguard waters, wildlife and habitats. These communities work by raising sustainability awareness, providing resources, delivering education and working with government bodies and other organisations to ensure that boating practise is as sustainable as possible.

This year we are going to be doing safety and wildlife audits at the Club, running social media advice campaigns, organising lakeside ‘beach’ cleans, arranging clothes and kit swaps, as well as running many other fun and educational events. If you have additional ideas about how we can improve sustainability at the Club, our dedicated sustainability officer, Gordon Cogan Sivarajan is eager to hear your opinions – please feel free to contact him.

Cambridge sailors take sustainability seriously and last year the Club won a Bronze Award in the RYA Green Blue competition. This (2021/22) year we are planning to improve and win a Silver Award!Green Blue is an environmental program initiated by the RYA and British Marine. It aims to enable and empower boating communities to help safeguard waters, wildlife and habitats. These communities work by raising sustainability awareness, providing resources, delivering education and working with government bodies and other organisations to ensure that boating practise is as sustainable as possible.As sailors we depend upon healthy bodies of water for our sports, and are ourselves passionate about conservation and the climate crisis, so we have got involved in the programme with enthusiasm and determination.This year we are going to be doing safety and wildlife audits at the Club, running social media advice campaigns, organising lakeside ‘beach’ cleans, arranging clothes and kit swaps, as well as running many other fun and educational events. If you have additional ideas about how we can improve sustainability at the Club, our dedicated sustainability officers, Will Adler and Bella Biddle are eager to hear your opinions – please do drop us a line!

Browse News 0f Cambridge Team Racing, Dinghy Sailing, Windsurfing , Kiteboarding

Very recent news is displayed in the sidebar to this page. Browse less recent Cambridge team racing, dinghy sailing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and match racing news items via the ‘News’ menu item at the top of this page. Use the search box at the top of the sidebar to search news items on title or content. The search function is particularly useful for finding teams and people in photographs.

Interact with Cambridge Team Racing, Dinghy Sailing, Windsurfing , Kiteboarding

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. Also, visit our social media pages – linked from our Team and Match Racing,   Dinghy Sailing,   Windsurfing, and Kiteboarding pages.