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National 18′ Spring Challenge 2019

  Link to more photos below https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipN8v64oc1G9B_qHp69Rk0L2PEl5Y_j2hQlFIsVubdApGV5pCXUskdNUZHemjA-zlA?key=S2pNMkdWZ2l1MHFwY3pFQlpsYlpIdlVnbm5SOEJn The National 18 Spring Challenge  brought out 8 boats, four of the new Ultras and the unique Woodstock,

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Tammy Trains

Despite the rival attractions of Mothers Day , an 18kt gusty  onshore wind and a busy open meeting we got five students on the water

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Tammy Trains

Five more new students joined us on Sunday in bright sunshine. A norwesterly got a bit brisker than the morning (sorry racers ) but with

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Peter Simpson

It is with great sadness we have to announce the death of Peter Simpson on Saturday 23rd March in Kingston Hospital after a short illness.

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Tammy Trains

  The BBC weather forecast for Sunday proved somewhat optimistic. Never the less six new students of various ages had a busy day on and

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(Another) Blustery Sunday

Fortunately the storm we experienced on Saturday evening had blown itself out by Sunday morning, the sun came out, and the wind had dropped. There

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2019 AGM

The clubroom was packed for this year’s AGM, which followed after lunch, and went smoothly with the Commodoreship passing from Carolyne Vines to Chris Pollard. 

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Blustery Sunday

  The wind swung round to a blustery northwesterly with the added challenge of a strong current. The merlins took off upstream led by Joe

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Sunday Sailing

      Ice greeted many of the sailors as they rigged their boats.  However, the sun shone and the breeze came up enough to

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