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    CARNIVAL and CSC BARBECUE UPDATE Due to the fire risk the Carnival organisers have announced that the fireworks this evening will not go ahead. The Carnival and Funfair however continue, and the new club barbecues are all set for this evening from 6:30PM, Don't forget it

    Published 10:53 on 13 Aug 2022

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    Membership Applications

    Christchurch Sailing Club welcomes applications for membership from anyone interested in Sailing in Christchurch Harbour and the local area. We hold monthly new membership evenings by invitation. For full details use the link below or contact the club office on 01202 483150 which is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10am 1pm Online application is now available click on Join at the top of the page

    Published 00:00 on 10 Aug 2022

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    Studland Bay Marine Partnership Survey

    Hello Fellow Christchurch Cruiser members Studland Bay Marine Partnership | Dorset Coast Have Your Say As you probably know, I sit on the Studland Bay Marine Partnership. After a considerable amount of work, and many meetings of the Partnership, the Consultation Survey for Boaters and the General Public to complete and give their input is now live. While I have heard varying views from members and

    Published 00:00 on 6 Aug 2022

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    Finn World Masters 2022 update......

    Finn World Masters 2022 update...... 121 Sailors from 25 countries with some ex Olympic sailors and Finn world champions took part in the World Masters last week which was being held in Helsinki, Finland. Club members Andy Denison, Russell New and Simon Percival represented the UK and Christchurch Sailing Club at the event. Andy Denison, who is president of the Finn World Masters, ensured the event ran smoothly on and off

    Published 00:00 on 31 Jul 2022

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    Junior Week

    Junior Week 2022 One of the pinnacle events of the junior sailing programme, sees our junior sailors take to the water for a week of skills building, along with an awesome amount of fun at the same time! This year's event

    Published 14:03 on 27 Jul 2022

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    The Women's Euro final 2022

    The Women's Euro final 2022 will be played on Sunday 31st of July Viewing from 4pm and Kick Off at 5pm. It will be the Lionesses' first appearance in a final since Euro 2009 - and, if they win, their first ever major trophy. Their overall record has seen them win two out of seven semi-finals, going on to finish runners-up at Euro 1984 and 2009. Come and enjoy the game on

    Published 14:02 on 27 Jul 2022

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    Work near Hengistbury Head Long Grorne - Local Notice to Mariners

    Update The rig is just off position, will be in place by Monday 8th August. Late starting. Delay due to sea conditions. We understand the works effectively commence this coming week and will be working 24/7 for approx 2 weeks. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ground investigation surveys are scheduled to commence on and around the Hengistbury Head Long Groyne, in aid of the future renewal of the structure. The rock groyne is located on

    Published 00:00 on 10 Jul 2022

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    Round the Island Race 2022

    What a fantastic Round the Island Race this year for Christchurch Sailing Club. Our Commodore Bridget is immensely proud that a CSC boat with limited crew was leading the entire fleet for a majority of the RIOW Equally proud that Rover won the IOR Minitonner class and so many other club members & boats were participating in somewhat challenging conditions. Well done everyone/

    Published 15:18 on 27 Jun 2022

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    Harbour Olympic Series Report and Scows

    Harbour Olympic Series Report... 17 boats turned out for last weekend's Harbour Olympic Series which was raced in moderate to lively conditions on a rising tide. A good mix of boats, including classes 4, 5 and scows with three Ladies, enjoyed the short course format and the racing was close-fought. Please ignore the C2C

    Published 13:21 on 22 Jun 2022

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    Studland MCZ and VNAZ

    Studland MCZ and VNAZ Alongside the forthcoming Voluntary No Anchor Zone in Studland Bay, there is to be proper mapping and reporting on the condition and extent of the seagrass in Studland Bay. Below is a recent press release by Dorset Coast Forum on behalf of the Studland Bay Marine Partnership. Southampton University Press Release 16 May 2022: A team of researchers from

    Published 00:00 on 22 Jun 2022

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