6 Longshore Way, Milton Locks, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO4 8LS contact@lockssc.co.uk

Welcome to The Locks Sailing Club

Sailing and Racing in Langstone Harbour since 1907, located by the old Milton Lock on the South West of the harbour.

Latest News


The next quiz is due to take place on the

17th September, 2022 at 1930.

Member entry only £2 and guest £2.50

Hope to see a good turnout and the bar taps flowing again! 

 Club Social Calendar, 2022

 The club social calendar for 2022 has been published, and you can see it by clicking here, or by looking at the social calendar under Social.


Dinner Dance is coming


Upcoming events
Duties available now!
Saturday 2nd July
14:00 HW4.4 14:38 Langstone Regatta
Sunday 3rd July
15:00 HW4.4 15:13 Casual Sailing with ..
Thursday 7th July
17:00 HW4.3 18:07 Junior Evening 4
Friday 8th July
18:00 HW4.3 19:00 Landing Craft Trophy..
Saturday 9th July
17:00 Locks Cannon 1 & Locks Cannon 2
Saturday 16th July
13:15 HW4.8 14:10 Lockssc Regatta
Sunday 17th July
15:00 HW4.7 15:14 Lockssc Regatta
Saturday 23rd July
17:30 Locks Cannon 1 & Locks Can..
Sunday 24th July
Day On the Sands
Saturday 30th July
13:00 HW4.6 13:31 Masters Trophy & Sea..
Sunday 31st July
13:30 HW4.6 14:06 Hume Trophy
Friday 5th August
17:00 HW4.4 17:24 Landing Craft Trophy..
Saturday 6th August
18:00 HW4.3 18:22 Masters Trophy & Sea..
Sunday 7th August
16:30 Locks Cannon 1 & Locks Cannon 2
Saturday 13th August
HW4.9 13:02 Interclub 3 - Lockssc
The Club

The Locks has a reputation as a vibrant club with an active racing fleet and good junior training.

Located in Langstone Harbour to the east of Portsmouth, the clubhouse has well equipped changing rooms, kitchen and lounge/bar, and is located in a secure compound with slipway access to the water at all states of the tide.

A wide range of dinghies are sailed and raced by members, including most popular single and two hander dinghies.


Junior Evenings at Locks SC run from May until the beginning of September.

The sessions offer children from the ages of 8 to 18 an opportunity to improve their sailing skills, learn how to race and, most importantly, to have fun.

The sessions are not aimed at the complete beginner but parents are welcome to use these sessions to teach their children to sail at a time when there are rescue boats and other children around