"What's Happening on the Water" Last Saturday, due to high winds the Icebreaker Series had to be cancelled. I would thank all the personnel who turn up to support the race. Hopefully our next racing for this series on Saturday 23 rd the wind will be more suitable. I would ask for volunteers for that day. I need two Assistants and a Skipper for a rib/launch.
Published 17:55 on 13 Feb 2019
"What's Happening on the Water" Last Sunday's "Icicle Series" run by Highcliffe. S. C. was eventually abandoned due to lack of wind. The start was somewhat interesting as some boats were starting to windward and others down wind. Such was the wind direction, of which there was less than a knot. It was nearly twenty minutes before the last boat
Published 07:18 on 7 Feb 2019
"What's Happening on the Water" Last night was the Scow Class Dinner and Prize Giving for the 2018 Season. Fifty of the fleet sat down to dinner and were treated to a comprehensive history from Paul Moores on how the Scow fleet developed in the early 1970's. The cups and trophies awarded held a significant detailed history of the class.
Published 06:56 on 4 Feb 2019
Matt Black Entertainment and Valentine Dinner 16 th February 2019 Tickets will be on sale in the bar and office from 12 noon on Thursday 24 th January 2019 (maximum purchase 6 tickets per membership). After purchasing your tickets, please select your table and menu which will be displayed by the kitchen hatch. This is a members only event. See
Published 07:40 on 25 Jan 2019
"What's Happening on the Water" The second Icebreaker Series takes place this Saturday, (race 3 and 4.) We have increased the personnel on the Race Officer's launch which will help with the sizable fleet expected. Those who are racing, please make sure you give yourself time to be at the start at 12.00. Due to a clash of dates the "Dinghy Race Management Seminar"
Published 07:39 on 25 Jan 2019
"What's Happening on the Water" Congratulations to all who competed in last Saturday's first "Icebreaker Series" race of the year. The turnout was excellent, with nineteen boats from CSC, and a further five from HSC. The first race was hard fought around a triangular course set by the race officer Nick Woolley. Due to neaps and a lack of water
Published 06:55 on 18 Jan 2019
Join us for a Ceilidh with the Agglestone Band and Caller Dining from 7PM, Dancing from 8:30PM MENU A traditional supper of Cock-a-Leekie Soup Haggis, Neaps and Tatties or Roast Beef and Seasonal Vegetables Scottish Crème Brulee or Cheese Selection To Dine & Dance £20 - Dance Only £7 All tickets are available from the bar or office So what is a Ceilidh? a Lively evening
Published 10:09 on 1 Jan 2019
Thank you to all who came to the Seminar last Saturday morning in the training room. We will be arranging another Race officer and Assistant seminar in the New Year. I am also collecting names for next year from members who wish to learn in practical terms and "Shadow" our race team on the water. To carry this out please email me your name and contact details and I
Published 13:18 on 23 Dec 2018
Following the great success of last years event, the Social Committee are arranging an "Austin Powers Themed Event" for New Years Eve. Tickets are now available from the Bar or office
Published 08:31 on 15 Dec 2018
Come and join us for a heart-warming evening of Christmas cheer with Christchurch Christmas Brass. This will be the perfect start to the Christmas holiday, with most having finished work and schools having broken up. The evening will start at 6.30pm with complimentary mince pies and mulled wine, and at 6.45pm the musicians will play carols and traditional songs for us to sing-along to. There will then be a meal
Published 08:18 on 15 Dec 2018