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The September 2021 is available now.

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Newhaven Webcams

A free webcam service runs live from 7am each morning until dark – highlights may inculde the Newhaven – Dieppe Ferry as well as soaring Peregrines and Paragliders.

Link to Newhaven webcams

Brighton Webcam

View of Brighton Pier and beach from the Queens Hotel

Link to Brighton webcam

Latest News

September 2021

Hello to all our members and friends.  The NYC committee hope that you are staying healthy and safe.

With the current restrictions in place we are being very cautious about what events we can do this season. 

Please keep an eye on our calendar to see what we hope to achieve.

Happy sailing!

Alan Turnbull

Publicity Officer - Newhaven Yacht club 


Matt & Jackie's trip to the med

February 2020

We had a very informative and enjoyable evening listening to Matt & Jackie's talk on their trip through the French canals to the Med.

In case you missed it here is a link to the slides that they presented on the night.

Slides            Facebook post & photos

Rampion Wind Farm

Rampion have launched the first of two consultations, seeking feedback from local communities on their initial proposals. Visit their website to view further information about the project and then take a tour of their Virtual Village Hall exhibition where you can study maps and charts, watch a video flying over the onshore cable route options, find out how the operating Rampion Wind Farm was built and book a virtual meeting with members of the Project Team.

Skills Event - 9th February 2021 

We had a very successful zoom meeting demonstrating the boating app savvy navvy.

David Cusworth savvy navvy's Community Partnership Manager talked us through the features of this exciting new app including a demonstration of a route from Newhaven to the Solent (and beyond) showing what the app is capable of.

For those that were unable to attend

you can watch the recording of the

event here.

For more information please click here

go to the savvy navvy website.

The Sailhaven Project are restoring an old wooden yacht, a piece of our maritime heritage, bringing her back to her former glory so she can sail on the high seas once again.

Please click here to view their website and progress.

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