Enjoy an afternoon tea by the sea either inside the relaxing Sailing Club or in the sun on their stunning ship-shape club deck with panoramic views across the harbour and Braye Bay.
Lots of homemade cakes on offer with tea or coffee.
Open time varies throughout the year, please check.
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