8th April 2021
Cam Sailing Club COVID-19 UPDATE
Dear All
Further to previous Covid-19 Update
Caravans, Chalets & Sailing Cruisers
We are pleased to be able to advise members that as from 12th April overnight stays on the club grounds in self-contained accommodation, chalets, caravans and boats, will be permitted.
Members choosing to stay overnight in their own accommodation must abide by current government legislation.
 * Households are not permitted to share accommodation or any facilities, including toilets, with another household during an overnight stay. In view of this the brick toilet block will not be available for members to use overnight.
 * All members must be totally self-sufficient in their own accommodation on the club grounds for an overnight stay. This includes cooking, washing and toilet facilities.
 Tents & tent pitches
As from 12th April we are able to offer members 3 tent pitches on the dinghy lawn for an overnight stay (individual households only). There will be a charge for a tent pitch.  All tent pitches can be pre-booked by emailing rearcomm@camsailingclub.org.uk
 * As above all those camping overnight must abide by restrictions as caravan, chalet and sailing cruiser owners to be self-sufficient in their tent for an overnight stay, including for cooking, washing and have their own ‘on-board’ toilet facilities.
We would like to remind members that:
“THE RULE OF SIX” or TWO HOUSEHOLDS mixing only when outside applies at all times when at the club.
The clubhouse will remain closed to all at this time.
The outdoor brick toilet block will be open during daylight hours only.

If you are staying overnight you must register with the QR code or via the text on each day that you are at the Club. 

We hope to be able to make another announcement for the further lifting of Covid-19 restrictions from the 17th May.
Thank you
Stay safe and sail safe
Lorna Cole – Commodore Cam Sailing Club

The Cam Sailing Club based at Waterbeach, just a few miles north of the centre of Cambridge, has much to offer families who want to ‘get away from it all’ at weekends. 
Sailing tuition, regular competitions and a clubhouse that offers great facilities and regular social events aimed at the whole family, can make family membership an affordable pleasure.
Accessible by public transport as Waterbeach station is close by and with camping facilities on site, membership of the CSC is well worth considering to get the whole family out in the fresh air and involved in a pleasurable pastime that involves everyone, whether sailors or not.

Note: If you are looking for the Camsail (not to be confused with the Cam Sailing Club) please follow this link Camsail.

​CAMSAIL hold monthly evening meetings of nautical interest from October to March each year. CAMSAIL also orgainse an event or two in the sailing season and cater mostly for yacht sailors. ​