Please note conditions of entry to the club during sailing and after



The recent COVID-19 outbreak at the Crossroads Hotel, along with the huge line up outside the Golden Sheaf has meant that venues are now being closely monitored by the media and law enforcement agencies. We have taken the pandemic extremely seriously since March and continue to do so. This means that we will continue to enforce limits on attendees at the club, as well as other measures such as signing in for every person who enters the clubhouse. 

Please do not take offence if from time to time we are unable to admit patrons. The last thing we want is for the club to be at the centre of attention for the wrong reasons. Whilst we are striving to have a good atmosphere inside the clubhouse, ultimately we are still in a period of mandatory social distancing so we cannot push the envelope. If nothing else, what has happened in Casula is a reminder that we all must remain vigilant and we have a responsibility to each other.

If you are using club equipment at any time, please ensure you use the hand sanitizer both before and after and wipe down the equipment used.

In accordance with NSW Pubic Health Advice, we are requesting members and guests, who have been to the following locations not visit the club for the next 14 days:

  • The State of Victoria
  • Highfield, Caringbah - 5 July
  • COOK @ Kurnell - 5 July
  • Crossroads Hotel, Casula - 3 to 10 July
  • The Picton Hotel, Picton - 4, 9, 10 July
  • The Star Casino, Sydney - 4 July
  • Canterbury Leagues Club, Canterbury - 4 July

This list is not exhaustive and is ever-evolving. Please keep up with current updates to ensure that you do not put your community at risk.


We are delighted to announce the re-opening of the Clubhouse and back to racing from Saturday 13th June, under conditions that will ensure the health and safety of our Members, and staff.
Big thank you to Australian Sailing for all their hard working getting us back racing far earlier than many expected. Please follow the guidelines so we can continue to sail.

With the return to sailing we need to practice social distancing to

Please remember that the reopening of licensed venues across New South Wales has come with extremely strict regulation. Whether we all agree with them is immaterial - they are the rules in place and we all have to abide by them. The regulations will be communicated prior to each race as the conditions can and will change.

Race dates

13/6/20, 27/6/20, 11/7/20, 25/7/20, 8/8/20, 22/8/20


Points to Follow

  • If you feel unwell at all DO NOT come to the club
  • Each person entering the club must have the Covid 19 APP active
  • Each person must be signed into onboard and if attending the club and not sailing be signed into the club.
  • At the end of the race could all skippers drop off as many crew as possible to the dock. The tender has been marked and can only carry 6 at one time.
  • Only 10 max per boat but still practicing the 1.5 meter social distancing rule. This may mean your boat may not carry a full crew to comply with this health order.
  • Keep a distance of 1.5 metres where reasonably practicable. Passing in the cockpit or on deck is permitted; ie- Sitting close to other people on the rail of a yacht is not maintaining social distancing, but working together to tack, gybe or round a mark is acceptable.
  • Practice good hand hygiene before and after sailing.
  • Arrive dressed ready to sail no change rooms will be open at this stage.
  • Bring your own water bottle, towel and other personal equipment to avoid sharing where possible;
  • Skippers to provide hand wash/sanitizer and ensure crew know the current COVID rules and restrictions;


After Sailing Restrictions

      * Access to the bar will be via the inside stairs , wristbands will be issued to ensure numbers     

  • Only Sailors checked in to onbaord will be have access to the club bar area.
  • Contactless payments are required (ie a cashless Clubhouse)
  • Please return your glass back to the bar to order another drink
  • No standing around you must be seated at all time.
  • Social distancing stickers have been placed around the club.
  • Seating - The furniture has been arranged in a manner that complies with social distancing regulations.
  • It is a condition of entry that every member remains seated and do not move the furniture. This is NOT negotiable.

Sunday Sailing

As there is no official winter series for centreboards we are looking at racing one Sunday a month if there is enough interest.

Please contact Craig Smith if you want to be included on the distribution list for when a Sunday race will be held.

When the weather conditions appear to be appropriate for a winter race you will be contacted.

Craig Smith 0437665044.


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Letter To Members Covid-19.pdf  As at 20.3.20 9.30am

Dear Member,


Due to the ever increasing risk of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) spreading throughout our community, the Board of the Cronulla Sailing Club has suspended all sailing and social events until 1st May 2020, after which we will reassess the situation.

This decision has been made based on all the available information from both State and Federal Government agencies and our governing body, Australian Sailing.

The health and safety of our members, staff and volunteers is our first priority followed closely by the greater community.

This action falls in line with many other NSW Sailing Clubs and Sporting Associations across the country.

We have also canceled our last three weeks of Friday Night Twilight Sailing and Bar Trading effective immediately.

Rest assured that we have not made this decision lightly and we are fully aware of the disappointment this brings to our members, however, when this virus slows down and things return to normal we will be back bigger and better than ever.

The Board of the Cronulla Sailing Club will be constantly monitoring the situation and will keep all of our members up to date with any changes that may take place, but for now, it is all about staying healthy and looking after each other.

Regards Rob Francis Commodore

Cronulla Sailing Club


What is on at CSC this week? As at 18.3.20 3.30pm

The Board is currently monitoring the current situation and will advise all members later in the week. We are following both the Australian Government and Australian Sailing guidelines.

As we have no sailing planned for this Saturday the 21st March 2020 the resail will not be held.

Sailability has been cancelled until further notice effective 18.3.20

Learn to sail program has been cancelled until further notice effective 18.3.20

Sunday sailing has been cancelled for this week and more details to be advised later in the week.

The website will be updated daily. or contact us

Friday Nights has now been cancelled till 9th October 2020