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    Summer Party on Saturday 22nd June

    A reminder to put this date in your diaries. It promises to be a great evening. The band is booked, the food and drink all planned. Booking now available. Bring your family, friends to the party of the year!

    Published 19:20 on 18 May 2024

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    Mayor of Richmond Visits Tamesis Junior Sailors

    The Mayor of the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames visited the Clubon Saturday 11 th May to see what we do and to launch two race-ready Toppers. The two toppers have been part funded by SporTedd to whom we are most grateful. The Juniors paraded up and down in front of the clubhouse while the Mayor sipped tea. Marcus was told that the race-ready boat he was sailing was "very fast" compared

    Published 18:12 on 18 May 2024

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    Discover Sailing Open Day 2024

    The weather was beautiful the sun shone, there was enough wind to create a bow wave, and the club was crowded with visitors and members alike. Lots of smiles and happy people. Visitors responded to various different forms of marketing and showed up on the day. Sixty five plus went out for a sail, enjoyed the cakes, juice, tea and drinks from the bar, and generally had a great time. The club was

    Published 17:34 on 18 May 2024

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    Tamesis Racing Over the Past Few Weeks

    Hooray we are now actively racing, sometimes drifting, but very relieved and pleased to get out on the river and SAIL. The current has slowed down a lot, and we have had some good winds especially those northerlies. We are now into the Thursday evening races followed by a supper prepared by our Chef Jean-Michel. The two races on Sundays are always followed by lunch and drinks in the bar.

    Published 17:15 on 18 May 2024

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    Firefly Open 20th April - Elizabeth Cup and Firefly Junior Cup

    Thirteen visiting fireflies from ten different clubs and one home boat turned out to enjoy a crisp northerly with plenty of sunshine. The car park was packed with boats being rigged and bacon butties being consumed. Race Officer David Baker sent the fleet downstream to the end of Trowlock Island and as far as just below Stevens Ait being the leeward mark. Class Champion Will Panks and Chloe Harding in a borrowed Uni

    Published 10:49 on 17 May 2024

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    Brisk Northerly on Sunday 21st April - A Great Workout

    The northerly wind on Saturday continued into Sunday. Race officer Rupert Fletcher set course K. Quite a few Laser rolls ensued. Winners in the blue races were Chris and William Balmbro in the Merlins, Matt Valentine in the Lasers and Jo McLaughlin in a Solo. Merlins had an explosive start in the White race. Winners in the White races were Richard Harris and Emma McDonald Merlins, Jon Redding Lasers, Joe McLaughlin

    Published 13:54 on 24 Apr 2024

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    Sunny Start to the Summer Series Sunday 14th April

    It was a huge relief to be able to actually start the Summer Series on Sunday. The sun shone and the wind had lightened from the day before. The stream was still strong enough to cause some head scratching, especially at the marks. OOD Charles Fox set a starboard hand loop, with and upstream start. The Westerly came and went and sometimes was strong enough for competitors to plane!

    Published 21:01 on 16 Apr 2024

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    Enterprise Open 2024 Saturday 13th April

    Nine Enterprises took to the water on Saturday. The stream had abated somewhat, and the wind a gusty westerly and all over the place. OOD Marcus Chavasse set a figure of eight course starting upstream. The first of the races was easily won by Iaan and Jo McGregor from Lensbury SC. Fellow Lensbury sailors Chris Rowsell and Teresa Burton were second and Richard Shillitoe crewed by James Budden

    Published 20:23 on 16 Apr 2024

  • Thursday Supper and Tech Evening 11th April

    Commodore Marcus Chavasse spent some time revealing the mysteries of the members section of the new website last Thursday. That was followed by an excellent supper of Chicken Taragon Pie and salad with a dreamy dessert of panacotta and fruit. A great evening, enjoyed by all. Thanks to Marcus for enlightening us and to Jean Michel for feeding us so well.

    Published 20:03 on 16 Apr 2024

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    Easter Egg Fun and Games 2024 and Capture the Paddle

    The stream was yet again too strong to run the programmed Pursuit Race, so the Juniors got together and invented the game 'Capture the Paddle' to play up on the recreation ground. This involved two paddles and teams of approximately 5 each. There was a lot of walking, tagging, and eventually the two paddles ended up the same end. It was impressive to see the age range of the participants. You only needed to be

    Published 13:43 on 6 Apr 2024

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    Last of the Winter Racing - Sunday 24th March

    Report by Marcus Chavasse I arrived at the club in the middle of the Blue races, in time to witness a number of capsizes in the lively conditions. A gusty North-Westerly was blowing for these last races of a much-interrupted Winter Series. Matt Valentine won the Blue Laser race ahead of Peter Impey. Rob Hatley crewed by Tim Ginn were ahead of Joe Woods and Ken Duffell in the Merlins and Charles Fox

    Published 17:46 on 26 Mar 2024

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    Racing Sunday 17th March

    The start of the day was very unpromising. The current was too strong for boats to be able to stem the stream with the slight westerly, so the 1030 series of races was cancelled. Come 1130 the wind had strengthened so it was possible to get some sailing in. This was the penultimate Sunday in the Winter series. The course was short well in sight of the club. Sometimes it paid to

    Published 17:32 on 26 Mar 2024

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