Creeksea Sailing Club is the hut to the right of the catamaran. Notice that the road is beginning to flood on a May high tide. © 2018 Nick Skeens

Creeksea Sailing Club (CSC) was founded in 1957.

Its slipway was built in the second world war to service RAF fast rescue boats which went out in search of downed pilots and the Royal Navy’s Motor Torpedo Boats (MTBs) which used to operate out of the Crouch.

It is mainly a dinghy sailing club though there are some cruisers out on the Creeksea moorings.

The road (pictured) floods on high spring tides, so do take care parking there, especially if you plan to go on a walk before high tide.

Click here to visit the Club’s website.