Birdham Bandits cruise to Magnum victory

Birdham Bandits defeat defending champions Ox&Cam Sailing Society 3-0 in final.

Oxford Wins 2016 Yachting Varsity Match

The Oxford University yacht racing team scored a decisive victory against Cambridge at this year's Yachting Varsity Match, winning five races out of seven and ending Cambridge's three-year winning streak.

Social Sailing

Find out more about social sailing opportunities in Trinity Term

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Oxford University Yacht Club is the club for students with a passion for sailing. We cater for experienced racers and casual sailors, beginners and veterans.

Join OUYC

We offer social sailing opportunities twice a week in Trinity Term at Farmoor in dinghies, as well as yacht cruising in the Solent over the summer. Our racing squads train all year round. Find out more!

Sponsorship Opportunities

We are currently seeking corporate partners for the 2016/17 academic year. To learn more about the opportunities we can provide, please contact our Sponsorship Officer.

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November 21, 2016 in News

(Dark) Blues at Bough Beech

On the 19th November, OUYC took two teams to Bough Beach Sailing Club in Kent for an exigent one-day event. Attracting a number of top club- and graduate-level teams, the…

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November 16, 2016 in News

Birdham Bandits cruise to Magnum victory

The Oxford University Yacht Club’s Oxford Magnum 2016 ran over the weekend of 12th-13th November and was once again very oversubscribed with a large number of entries from strong university…

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November 4, 2016 in News

Sustainability

This year OUYC is once again working towards The Green Blue’s ‘University Sailing Sustainability Challenge’ and are hoping to surpass the bronze award we achieved last year. The Green Blue…

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October 4, 2016 in News

28th Generations Event

On Saturday 1st October the Oxford and Cambridge Sailing Society hosted the 28th Generations event at Farmoor. Conditions were light but racing was able to go ahead, albeit with a…

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