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Sep 13 2018

Bart’s Bash 2018 – this Sunday

This Sunday will be the 5th Bart’s Bash, how time flies
This year they’re going for the Guiness record of most boats in one race so come along, sign up at https://www.bartsbash.com/participant-sign-up
https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/bart-s-bashsupporters
sign on in the bosun’s hut and come and race in the largest sailing race in the world.
Sailing will be mass start from the committee boat, with an upwind downwind course incorporating a spreader mark.

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Sep 12 2018

Sailor’s Meeting Friday, Cadet Sailing Sunday

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Dear Cadets and Parents,

There is Sailor’s Meeting this Friday 14/09/2018 at 7 pm.
I would like to present a new course for Sunday.
Focus of discussion will be the beat, upwind progress, tacking, lay lines.

Sunday 16/09/2018 there is Cadet Sailing.
Start on the water is at 3 pm.

Briefing on the beach just before
For all abilities, in any boats.
Training, new course, focus is on the beat.

Parental help will be most appreciated to help on ‘Polly’ and with launching on the beach

I hope to see you all on the water:

Andras

 

poster Pico race 2018 09 16.pages

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Sep 12 2018

Cadets Meetings and Racing

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Friday 14th September

7.00pm Cadet Sailor’s Meeting with Andras (Sail Training Room)

7.30pm Race preparation with Nick for Bart’s Bash, Matt Dear Trophy and Inter-Club Cadet Team Race (Commodore’s bar)

8.00pm Parents meeting – Organisation / transporting boats etc. for Matt Dear Trophy and Interclub.

Sunday 16th September

Sail Training with Andras – Start on the water at 15.00.

Barts Bash – Start 15.00    Nick will support the Cadets doing this race (optional) Friday evening (as above) and with a briefing at 14.00.

This will be a great opportunity to practice for the follow weekend.

Saturday 22nd September

Matt Dear Trophy at TEYC Start 11.00 (TEYC Briefing 10.00)

Sunday 23rd September

Inter-Club Dinghy Team Race at Leigh on Sea Sailing Club (4 boats in a team, as many teams as we wish) Start 11.25.

Photo: Last year’s Cadets at the ‘Matt Dear Trophy’ Race

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Sep 06 2018

Autumn Series Racing

Hi guys,
as requested slow mono course has been changed to A,B,D and cadet racing has been added, please see latest SI’s and SSI06/09/2018 thanks.

links below

Supplementary Sailing Instructions 20180906

TBYC SI 2018 V3
Chris Boshier
Rear Commodore Racing

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Aug 16 2018

Sailor’s meeting 17/08/2018, Friday 7pm – Starting

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Dear Cadets and Parents,

I will do a session on Starting tomorrow.
All sailors welcome.
This is going to be the focus of Nick’s cadet race training on Sunday as well.
Andras

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Aug 08 2018

Whalley Cup – Well done Cadets

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Twenty Cadets turned out to race for the Whalley Cup last Sunday. Seven Lasers, five Picos and a RS Feva were competently sailed, all making a good start and completing 3/4 laps of a Cadet course. The conditions were perfect; 12 – 15 mph winds in glorious sunshine.  Congratulation to all who sailed, but particularly to Katy in 1st place, Henry in second and Luke in third.  Full results click here.  Choose Class: Cadets, Series: Whalley Cup.    Our thanks to Graham Dare RO and his team for a grand job!

(Photo: Cadet Week)

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Aug 07 2018

Cadet Sailing Sunday 11:00 (Andras)

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Cadet Sailing
Training and Race
Sunday, 12th of August, 2018
Start on the water at 11:00 am
Briefing on the beach just before
For all abilities, in any boats.
Training, rabbit run, racing

Parental help will be most appreciated to help on ‘Polly’ and with launching on the beach

Andras

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Aug 03 2018

Cadet’s Whalley Cup – this Sunday 5th August

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This Sunday, 5th August is the Cadet’s Whalley Cup. It is open to all Cadets and will be part of the main club racing. The Start time is 16.00 plus 9 minutes; Cadet start after the adult boats at 16.09. The course will be a triangle using an Orange Inflatable buoy as the Windward mark.

See below or click here for further information/Sailing instructions. I will give a briefing at 15.15 in the Sail Training Room (optional). Please attend changed and rigged.

I am hoping to see a good turn out for this prestigious Cup.       Forecast 10mph…… perfect!

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Aug 03 2018

Whalley Cup – Sunday 5th August 2018

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Supplementary Sailing Instructions to the TBYC 2018 SIs

This is an annual average lap, general handicap, trophy race for TBYC cadets sailing any class of boat.

The Cadet fleet will start 3 minutes after the 3 club series races start sequence – i.e it will be the 4th start in the sequence programmed for 16.12

3 minute Warning Flag – Y flag – (as shown to right)

The triangular course will be:

1st – Windward Mark – An orange inflatable special mark
2nd – The 3rd club mark displayed on the rear of the Committee Boat.
3rd – The 4th club mark displayed on the rear of the Committee Boat.

A separate sign on/off sheet for Cadets will be in the Bosun’s hut.

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Aug 03 2018

Cadet Week 2018 – What a Great Week

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Last week TBYC had 136 cadets taking to the water from the age of 4-16 in what must have been the warmest Cadet Week ever! They participated in 4 groups depending on both age and ability. The amazing hot weather over the first day or 2 meant that the youngest cadets were able gain imperative water confidence while the older cadets explored the local area including the Mulberry Harbour and lifeboat Station at the end of the Pier. Over the week the wind increased enough to get lots of sailing, tactics and racing completed in all groups. The eldest Cadets enjoyed a trip to Canvey Yacht club for an overnight camp on Wednesday. By the last day all the groups were competing in races with many of the cadets helming solo for the first time.

The busy sailing schedule was also complimented by a full social programme. On the Monday we completed a beach clean with the support of Surfers Against Sewage and local groups, followed by bowling; Tuesday night saw all the cadets enjoying different activities from a ‘surf simulator’, animal encounters with snakes, as well as, pottery painting. On Thursday evening we had our main prize giving attended by many of our kind sponsors. The week ended for the cadets with a disco before the adults’ party on Saturday. This programme was supported by the companies that provided entertainment for which we were very grateful!

TBYC Cadet Week would not be such an astonishing event without the continued support of our sponsors; IT Method, White and Co, Dedman Gray, Thorpe Hall School, MSW Accountants, Johnson Gillies, Wetsuit Outlet, Merenda Insurance, Kumoun, Sullivan’s Cards and Gifts and Wet’n’Dry. All the Cadets and the Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors for supporting the week and enabling the Cadet committee to provide the week in its current format.

A big thank you goes to those who lent us RIB’s and all the volunteers who turn up each day (many without children taking part) to ensure the smooth running of the event. From road crossing, bin emptying, RIB recovery. Every job is essential, so THANK YOU! This year we also welcomed many former cadets back to help coach and encourage the next generation of sailors which is fantastic; hopefully many will be back again next year!

Next year’s Cadet Week has been confirmed as the week beginning the 29th July 2019. If you are interested in sponsoring or volunteering, please contact us via Janet or Jeremy.

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