About The Port Adelaide Sailing Club
The Port Adelaide Sailing Club was founded in 1897. It has a strong history of supporting both cruising and racing interests for club members.
PASC has been located in their new home at Marina Adelaide at Snowdon’s Beach, Largs North since 2017. The Club offers facilities for Social activities, Sailing, Racing and Sailability. Hard stand and on water berths areas are available, and all new members are assured of a warm welcome.
A Sailability program caters for disabled sailors with sailing days on weekends over the summer season and some mid-week events for special groups. It is supported by a fleet of Access 303 dinghies.
Generally if a member is at the Club access will be granted to all visitors. Otherwise make contact with our Secretary to arrange a visit.
General meetings of members are held on the first Tuesday evening of each month except January.
The bar is open every Friday from about 1700 hours onward and a meal is available. Non members can ring the bell on the gate and request access.
Our feature races are the Port Line Cup held on the 2nd Sunday in August and a three day Gulf Event held in January. This is supported by a river and gulf racing series.
Visitors and new members are always welcome. Supporting the sailing program is a wide range of social events including guest speakers, presentations of sailing adventures and a variety of gatherings to satisfy the interests of everyone associated with the Club.
- Access Liberty
- Offshore Racing Yachts
- Sports Boats
- Team Racing (various classes)
- Trailable Yacht Various
The Club conducts races on Saturdays or Sundays during the summer season and selected Wednesdays for twilight races.
There is also a very popular Winter series.