Sailing from the heart of Portsmouth
- Classic wooden and GRP composite boats
- Shore-side facilities in the heart of Old Portsmouth
- Affordable, competitive club racing 3 days a week
- Dedicated class start at Cowes Week
- Socialise at Portsmouth Sailing Club
Evening seriesResults pending 1st Tuesday 1st Thursday Harbour Series Multi-race 2nd Tuesday 2nd Thursday Tuesday twilight Friday Candlelight Twilight/Candlelight overall
Saturday/Sunday seriesResults pending 1st Saturday 2nd Saturday 3rd Saturday 4th Saturday
Members racesResults pending Single Handed Passage Race Crews Race Pursuit Race
Summaries (PDF)VCPR 2021 VCPR 2020 VCPR 2019 VCPR 2018 VCPR 2017 VCPR 2016 Seasons summary 2020 Seasons summary 2019 Seasons Summary 2018 Seasons Summary 2017 Seasons Summary 2016 Seasons Summary 2015 Seasons Summary 2014 Seasons Summary 2013 Seasons Summary 2012 Seasons Summary 2011 Seasons Summary 2010 Seasons Summary 2009 Seasons Summary 2008
All members who use the yard are required to read and sign the Class risk assessments in relation to Covid. Please do so here
If you require further help or have any comments please contact Ian Perryman
Carbon fibre spinnaker pole; 100% Carbon fibre with 2x2 twill outer layer; 1981mm overall length incl end fittings; 38mm OD; Selden end fittings.
Made bespoke for the Victory Class and a bargain at £225.
You know you want one and you know your crew wants one even more!
Not only do these look beautiful but because they are lighter they hurt much less when dropped on your head or poked into your eye socket.
Please let Gareth know if you’d like one.
Would you like to see your name or company name on one of our racing marks located in the eastern Solent?
Marks could be a dedicated to a loved one, a birthday gift or a company promotion. All our racing marks are in close vicinity to Portsmouth harbour entry, marked on relevant Solent Charts and in the nautical almanacs.
For sponsoring a mark you will get a yellow racing mark with your name (and logo) printed in black. The mark is lifted every December and re-laid in March after winter maintenance to smarten it up.
Marks are available to sponsor now and for future seasons. A range of sponsorship terms are available so please contactour Class Secretary to discuss via email: email@example.com
RYA Guidance on sailing & racing with participants from different households during COVID-19 in England
Please see here the guidance from the RYA on racing with people from mixed households: https://www.rya.org.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/clubs/RYA%20Sailing%20%26%20Racing%20in%20Mixed%20Households.pdf
Z67, Zircon, is looking for a new owner! Following some fairly major work carried out by the previous owner this boat is now race ready and would be a great option for someone looking for a competitive boat. She comes with sails and an outboard.
Z67 is now owned by the Class so we’re looking for the right person / syndicate to take her on and race her regularly.
Cost: The right owner is more important that the cost so please get in touch.
For further details please contact Gareth Penn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zingara was built in 1990 and was the last of the prestigious wooden Perry victories to have been built. Zingara is in excellent condition and has been fitted out to a high standard. The sails are still competitive but are getting on a bit, so the boat would benefit from a new suit at some time in the future. She comes complete with trolley, outboard and tender although the latter is subject to separate agreement. Interested parties should contact Sid Dollery 07740 774731 or Andrew Thomas 07831 865093.
Z79 offers aunique opportunity to enter the exciting world of Victory sailing with a brand new GRP boat fully fitted out for racing, including a full set of sails.
Provisionally called Zing – because of her lively performance in winning her test race – Z79 was recently built by David Heritage in Cowes.
Zing was commissioned by the Victory Class to ensure that a top class, racing-ready new Victory would be available to potential new owners wanting to get on the water without delay.
Zing was fully fitted out for racing by David Heritage and tuned and set up by Shaun Hopkins. She is fully compliant with the European Recreational Craft Directive (RCD). She has been tried and tested in the Victory Class course in one race, which she won decisively. Since then, Zing has been laid up and is being maintained to its build standard and is ready to sail immediately.
There are only two photos of Z79 in existence, both of which are shown here, however she is built to identical standards as Z78 which is also pictured here and is available to view and test sail.
Viewing by appointment. Ring Hugh
Pringle on 07973 176501 or email email@example.com