Club Racing Sunday 27 July 2014
Hunter Cup and Rebellious Bowl Trophy Races.
These instructions are supplementary to the TBYC 2014 Sailing Instructions.
Mass start at 11.30 – code flag R
Cadets only (helm & crew) sailing any boat
Mass start at 11.33 – code flag K
( Cadets – TBYC cadet members under 18 at the date of the race)
Both races are average lap, mass start, general handicap races.
Both races are planned to start from the Committee Boat.
Courses may be different for each of the 2 trophy races .
Course(s) described on the blackboard at the side of the Bosuns’ hut and may refer to mark numbers displayed on the front and/or back of the Committee Boat.
Code Flags R & K
Race Committee 24 July 2014
Sail number 2002, ‘Out of Africa’ edition. In superb condition and ready to race. Nearly new Hyde mainsail and jib. All rigging for jib and trapeze. New mainsheet. Trampoline in excellent condition.
Price includes: Long and short tiller extensions and spare tiller bar. Spare battens. Full length cover. Road trailer with large storage box. Beach trolley. Full width number plate gantry.
£3,500 Tel: John Glynn 01702 353989 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cadet Week duty rotas are now on display in the lobby of the club, on the Cadet notice board and listed below:
Cadet Week Adult Helpers 2014
Cadet Week 2014 Bosuns Hut Duties
Cadet Week 2014 Road Crossing Duties
Cadet Week Beach Duties 2014
Cadet Week 2014 Support Boats 15072014
If you have any perpetual Cadet Week week trophies, please would you return them to the club as soon as possible.
Tim Allard is holding a Pico surgery this Saturday, starting around 14.00hrs, in the dinghy park. It is for parents and cadets who haven’t sailed for a while, and is an ideal opportunity to make sure all equipment if sound and in good condition prior to Cadet Week and to ask any questions you may have.
As some of you know Kyle Stoneham, Chris Clarke, Danny Clark, Miles Burridge and Mark Dell are representing TBYC at the Moth Nationals this week and the worlds next week at Hayling Island.
116 boats have entered for the Nationals
140 have entered for the worlds meaning this is the biggest moth event in history.
Along with an amazing line up of sailors including Olympic medallist, World Champions and Americas cup sailors.
To keep up to date with what is going on go to;
Moth Worlds Home page
Good Luck guys
Another event that as a club we have demonstrated that we welcome these events and that we support them well. We have had many excellent comments from sailors that were visiting and this would not have been possible without our members. This includes the Sprint 15 sailors that entered but also worked hard until they were on the water, all those that volunteered and went on a Rota (some supplying boats), those members and cadets that came down from the club house at short notice to help on the beach (Rupert Snow is memorable “Aim at me”), the staff we employ (over 900 pints of beer were poured) and finally everybody that were friendly to all the visitors over the weekend.
Even though everybody does this unpaid, please remember this has brought required funds into the club in entry fees, catering and refreshments behind the bar.
There was success for Thorpe Bay out of the 83 boats sailed with the us winning the Team Event. Finley Cullender was 1st Junior, Gerald and Nathan Sverdloff was 2nd Two up. Steve Healy was 6th overall, 1st over 50 and 5th Most Improved, Gary Sverdloff was 2nd Most Improved, Keith Persin 3rd Heavyweight. The following Thorpe Bay Sailors were all in the top quarter overall Steve Healy, Andrew Wood, Chris Tillyer, Jim Bowie, Gary Sverdloff, Peter Thompson and Andrew Hannah. Although well done to everybody else. Peter Thompson without doubt showed us all up, sailing in shorts and shirt, often standing (must be his skills from the paddle boards) and being there at the front of many races.
Thank you to everybody for your time.
Paul Morgan (and Steve Healy), Sprint 15 Captains.
Well done to Alan Burrell and Jourdan Swindon who both comepeted at the Finn Nationals at West Kirby Sailing Club last weekend. Alan was 2nd overall and Jourdan 17th – the only Junior in the competition. Very tricky winds and a whopper of a tide! Well done guys!
Photos are now available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/96697991@N02/sets/72157645248145758/
The album now includes all days thanks to Irina Tretyakova, and Day3 thanks to Linzi Swindon.