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Mar 31 2017

DINGHY PARK CLOSED FOR SANDHOPPER AND CRUISER LIFT IN 1st & 2nd April

The Dinghy Park will be closed to members for safety reasons this weekend as below:

Saturday 1st April – Sandhopper Lift In – Closed from 9am to about 12am (when completed)

Sunday 2nd April – Cruiser Lift In – Closed in the morning until completed

Please do not try and enter the Dinghy Park or drive through it into the car park as the tractors will be moving in the area. Lift support teams will prevent anyone trying to access and turn them away

Thanks for your understanding.

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Feb 14 2017

Epoxy Talk by David Johnson – Wednesday 22nd Feb at 8pm

David will be doing another of his very popular talks and demonstrations on things Epoxy on Wednesday 22nd February at TBYC Main bar starting at 8pm.

If you have any fibreglass / epoxy work to do on your boat this year now is your chance to pick up some tips and to ask  the expert!

Davids talks and demos are not only instructive but very entertaining as well so don’t miss out and come along and enjoy a beer or 2 while being entertained.

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Feb 02 2017

Quiz Night, Tuesday 7th February

Published by under Cruising,Social

Starts at 8.30pm, so come early to get your drinks in!

Come on your own or bring a team, maximum 8 per team.

All club members welcome…..easy questions!!

£2 per person which makes (hopefully!) first and second team prizes. 

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Nov 25 2016

Carol Singing Tuesday 6th December with Rayleigh Brass Band

Published by under Cruising,Social

Please come and join us at the Club Tuesday 6th December at 8.00pm (8.30pm to start singing, please come early not to miss the start) for an evening of carol singing with Rayleigh Brass Band.

All Club members and their guests are welcome. You will be able to enjoy some nibbles while you sing, courtesy of the Cruiser Section.

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Mar 14 2016

Talk on Medical Detection Dogs – Tuesday at 8.30pm

Published by under Cruising

MDDogs

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Feb 26 2016

Cruising the Baltic a Talk by Alan Wilson

Published by under Cruising

Cruising the Baltic Alan Wilson

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Feb 08 2016

Quiz Night Tuesday 16th – Everybody Welcome

Published by under Cruising,Social

TramStopQuiz16

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Jan 27 2016

Mooring chain anyone?

Published by under Cruising,Sandhoppers

The club will be ordering new chain for race marks / safety boats etc shortly so if you need a new mooring chain for your Cruiser or Sandhopper and would like to take advantage of any bulk discount and delivery to TBYC please let us know Midday Friday 29th Jan

Cruisers – please contact Rear Commodore Crusing John Williams

Sandhoppers – please contact Sandhopper Class Captain Mark Robinson

Price for Sandhopper 10mm chain is £3.43 per metre incl VAT

 

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Dec 05 2015

Carol Singing Tuesday with Rayleigh Brass Band

Published by under Bar,Cruising

Please come and join us at the Club this Tuesday 8th December at 8.30pm (please come early not to miss the start) for an evening of carol singing with Rayleigh Brass Band.

All Club members and their guests are welcome.  You will be able to enjoy some nibbles while you sing, courtesy of the Cruiser Section.

 

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Jul 16 2015

Rib Launch and Recovery Duty

The use of Ribs to supplement our displacement Safety craft SS2 and 3 has become a common sight at TBYC.  Our Ribs provide excellent speed of response in an emergency situation, allowing the easy laying of the Start buoy and use of Special marks as well as taking the Race officer and displacement crews to their boats.  In order for us to enjoy use the Ribs they need Launching prior to the race and recovering after every one is ashore.

The task of launching and recovering the Ribs has now been added to Dutyman for the rest of July and August to keep track of who volunteer to do this essential job.  At the end of this time the Sailing Committee will review the situation going forward.

Treating launching and recovery as two separate duties we have 44 duties to cover over the next two months.  Rob Baily has kindly volunteered to cover this Saturday Launch and Recovery, with Toby Speller taking 18 of the duties straight away.  The remaining launch and recovery duties need covering if we are to see Ribs supporting our Weekend Racing.  If you can help, please volunteer through Dutyman, or email Janet, Graham and I to get your offer of cover added on to Dutyman.

Thank you all for your help and support in enabling the use of Ribs to continue at TBYC.  Without your help it won’t happen.

Jeremy Sandford

(Rear Commodore Racing)

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