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  • "What's Happening on the Water 12/12/2018"

    "What's Happening on the Water The weather forecasts beat us last weekend on Saturday and Sunday. The only race that took place was Class 4 and Finn's on Saturday morning with a start at 9am. That was just after dark. !! We should not cancel races the day before a scheduled race because of the weather forecast, as they are

    Published 07:06 on 13 Dec 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water - 05/12/2018"

    I am certainly looking forward to the Prize Giving this Saturday at the Queens Hotel, for Class 4, Class 5, Cruiser Class and the Ladies Class. It will be a time to celebrate our fantastic year of good weather and sailing. Richard Phillips, who is responsible for creating our "Club2 Class results," will provide film of this year's events on the Hotel's screen for our added entertainment.

    Published 06:58 on 6 Dec 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water 28/11/2018"

    The weather was much kinder last weekend, which resulted in a good turnout of all classes in the harbour and river sailing for the Scows. Shaun Harris the Scow class captain swept the course prior to Saturday's racing in the river and found only a few link lines still attached. They were dealt with. Rory Barnes with the help of Richard Beasley organized a two day course

    Published 09:11 on 1 Dec 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water - 21/11/2018"

    "What's Happening on the Water No dinghy racing last weekend due to low tides. This weekend we have a full Winter Series Programme, with an early start on Saturday for the Finns, class four and five, starting in the harbour at 09.00. Following a decision at the Sailing Committee all classes will start together, as this will make it easier

    Published 09:09 on 1 Dec 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water - 14/11/2018"

    The CSC Juniors are all enjoying their winter training at Spinnaker Sailing Club. They are William Foy, Finley Leigh Anderson, Sean Williams, George Hayles, Lyla Bryan-Brown, Didi Bryan-Brown and Max Rayner. The feedback is they are learning a lot about all aspects of sailing and looking forward to the next session. Last Weekend was marred by the strong winds, however, many braved the conditions in all classes although numbers were low.

    Published 10:28 on 17 Nov 2018

  • What's Happening on the Water - 05/11/2018

    The Winter Series is well under way, although there was no racing last weekend due to tides. All Winter Racing will be taking place in the mornings. This Sunday is "Armistice Day," and the start times are shown as 11.00. I will be asking the Race officers to delay the start by 10 minutes, so the two minutes silence may be observed on this 100 year anniversary. Francesca New has been

    Published 06:38 on 9 Nov 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water WC 29/10/2018

    "What's Happening on the Water" Last Friday saw a most successful evening when we entertained our neighbouring clubs at the Annual Prize Giving for the "Sea and Harbour Interclub 2018 Series." 52 people came to the supper. The Prize Giving followed, presented by the Rear Commodore Keith Barkway. Normally it is our turn every three years to offer our premises

    Published 23:22 on 31 Oct 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water W/C 22/10/2018"

    Last Weekend saw the last of the Autumn Series. Unfortunately on Saturday the wind was just good enough to start racing, but it soon died and the racing was abandoned for the day. Sunday was a little better and most competitors managed to finish the course in very light airs. Winners overall of the Saturday Autumn Series were: Class 4 John Ridout in his Solo. Scow Class, Graham Fairbrass. Winners of the Sunday Autumn

    Published 05:53 on 26 Oct 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water - W/C - 14 October 2018"

    Last weekend saw the last of the Finn UK Travellers Trophy 2018 come to an end at Warsash S C., in very wet, windy and cold conditions. Our sailors however, were there in force and after 7 events on the circuit Jack Arnell was the top C S C sailor finishing 7 th Overall. Ray New was 10 th overall as well as the first "Legend."(70+) Richard Phillips was

    Published 21:10 on 18 Oct 2018

  • "What's Happening on the Water"

    Last Sunday saw the final two races of the prestigious Harbour Interclub, raced between Highcliffe, Mudeford, Hengisbury Head Sailing Clubs and ourselves. We were lying second and had some points to catch up on Mudeford who were in the lead. My call to all you Dinghy sailors to take part in the last two races worked. We fielded 26 boats on the day and our sailors did us proud, we overtook Mudeford on points

    Published 18:52 on 10 Oct 2018

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