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GJW Direct Bloody Mary 2019

      Queen Mary SC hosted the 45th Bloody Mary Handicap Pursuit race on Saturday sponsored by GJW Direct. Please see the report:  https://www.queenmary.org.uk/racing/bloody-mary/ and

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Boxing Day 2018

  The gloomy day with little wind discouraged those who had planned to sail on Boxing Day.  Those who did had big smiles as they

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Eileen Newman

Sadly we have to report the death of Eileen Newman early on Christmas morning.  Eileen celebrated her 98th birthday in November in fine style with

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Brian Southcott

It is with great sadness we have to report the death of Brian Southcott, on the morning of Wednesday, 19th December, in the Princess Alice

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In Memory of John Harris

John Harris’ funeral was held yesterday at Mortlake Crematorium and the wake was at the club.  Both the crematorium and clubhouse were absolutely packed. The

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Tammy Trains

  On Sunday a couple of our students joined in the morning racing crewing for Alan Green aboard National 18′ Orion . Sadly she was

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Early December Sailing

Racing was delayed today to avoid clashing with a new Kingston Royal Canoe Club event. Photo of the one of the starts above. Once started,

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Tammy Trains

The sun was sadly absent on Sunday but a brisk 9 knot North Easterly set us up for a great Start Racing session. After an

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Prize Giving 2018

  60 members attended our annual Autumn Dinner and Prize Giving last Saturday.  The prizes were presented to the winners by our Commodore, Carolyne, during

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Tammy Trains

Yet another beautiful autumn day at Tammy. Our priority this weekend was to finish off the Powerboat Level 2 course. Sundays activities included close quarters

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John Harris

It is with great sadness we have to announce the death of John Harris, renowned Merlin sailor, and very long time member of Tamesis. John

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Tammy Trains

Another Sunday of bright sunshine and a southwesterly wind which wasn’t quite as strong as Windguru predicted. The students who joined the 11.30 handicap learnt

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Tammy Trains

A brisk Southerly wind on Sunday gave students taking part in the Trowlock Trophy a good chance to practice their upwind sailing and watch how

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