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  • "What's Happening on the Water"

    We held our first Race Officer and Assistant on the water seminar last Sunday, and would like to thank all who turned up to receive a very professional briefing and on the water experience from Richard Phillips. There were a number of starts arranged near Mark 3 to enable the team to understand what is required for this essential duty. We will be arranging further on and off the water seminars. Dates to be

    Published 06:22 on 20 Sep 2018


    CHRISTCHURCH SAILING CLUB – DEPUTY BAR AND CATERING MANAGER We are a long-established private sailing club in an enviable setting and with a vibrant membership of all age ranges. We are seeking a part time Deputy Bar and Catering Manager who will also be capable of taking control when the full time manager is away. The club is open daily, (except Mondays) with lunchtime and evening bar and catering sessions.

    Published 10:28 on 16 Sep 2018

  • Finn Inland Championships at Oxford Sailing Club on Yachts & Yachting

    Oxford Sailing Club put on a superb event for 30 travelling Finn sailors. Once again the Finn showed that a classic design can attract a broad spectrum of competitors from the over 70's happy to be sailing, to the young Under 23 team hungry for sailing su

    Published 09:20 on 15 Sep 2018

  • Welcome to our new Website

    Following the introduction of our new database the website has been updated to incorporate a number of new features. Members will receive their log in early week commencing 17/09/2019. Please feel free to give us feedback on the website. Their are a few changes in the navigation of the site in particular all classes including "Cruisers" "Hawks" and "Juniors" are under the "Classes" tab. Christchurch Tides and Weather links are now all under the "Links"

    Published 10:47 on 14 Sep 2018

  • Cruiser Rally News!

    What a great night we had last Saturday when Redclyffe Yacht Club made their bi-annual visit to CSC! The pontoon and quay wall were full of boats and the fabulous weather ensured that we all had a very enjoyable and sociable time. Lawrence presided over the traditional "Aunt Sally " game and the Trophy was reclaimed by Christchurch Sailing Club, with Maggi Elphinstone gaining the highest personal score. Commodore Jim Atkins presented the "loo-sers"

    Published 21:33 on 8 Sep 2018

  • What's Happening on the Water

    The weather is still good and we are now into the Autumn Series which started on Saturday and Sunday last with good fleets out on both days. It was good to see two "Solo's" racing with Nick Woolley and John Ridout battling it out on Saturday with only one second splitting the two of them. Monday evening saw the greatest activity of all, with Five Trophies on

    Published 19:59 on 8 Sep 2018

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