A number of clubs operate in and around the Harbour offering everything from gig rowing, paddle and board sports, sailing from dinghies to cruising, motor sailing and sea angling - there is a lot going on in Langstone Harbour
Tudor Sailing Club
Tudor Sailing Club is located in the northwest of the Harbour just south of Kendalls Wharf. Sailing activities include cruising and dinghy sailing. The club maintains over 100 moorings at the head of the Broom Channel
Locks Sailing Club
Located close to Milton Lock to the north of Eastney Lake, Locks Sailing Club has an active dinghy section and a year-round cruising itinerary. The club maintains tidal moorings in Eastney Lake
Langstone Harbour Sailing Club
Langstone Sailing Club is located just to the mainland end of the bridge to Hayling Island, giving members and visitors the opportunity to sail in the sheltered tidal waters of both Langstone and Chichester Harbours
Eastney Cruising Association
The ECA caters for most marine recreational interests including sailing, cruising, fishing and diving. The club sits on the west side of the Harbour entrance and maintains private pontoon berths in Eastney Lake.
Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre
Ideally located on the stunning shores of Langstone Harbour, our Centre in Portsmouth has a very wide range of activities for all ages and abilities. With both water and land-based options, there is something for everyone.
Hayling Ferry Sailing Club
Hayling Ferry Sailing Club is situated on Hayling Island at the east side of entrance to Langstone Harbour. It is a superb location which offers sailing for Catamarans and Monohulls at any state of the tide
Storehouse Lake Angling Club
With club premises adjacent to the Broadmarsh slipway,most members launch from trailers into the north of the Harbour