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Nov 22 2019

Cadet Christmas Party 2019

Sunday 8th December, 16:00-19:00

Urgent Reminder to purchase tickets for the Christmas Party by the end of the month. Tickets are available over the bar or by phone.

  • £7.50 Members
  • £10 non members

As always take up is slow until nearer the date, however we need ticket sales to let the event go ahead, don’t disappoint Father Christmas, he loves coming to TBYC!

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Oct 14 2019

Winter Dinghy Park

Hi All, It’s that time of year when the sailing season is over and the winter series will begin (after the Cruiser and Sandhopper liftout 21/22nd October). As per the Club program, all dinghies should have vacated the dinghy park in order for these manoeuvres take place. Specifically rows E,F,G.
If you own a pico or laser and wish to pay for storage for the winter please contact your class captain to discuss rack storage and how you will put your boat on the racks. It is YOUR OWN responsibility to ensure your boats are moved.

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Oct 04 2019

winter Series

entries now being accepted for winter 2019/20  Winter-Series-Entry-Form

fees will be same as winter storage, please see attached Winter storage rates 2019 20

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Sep 04 2019

Cadet Sail Training and Racing this SUNDAY

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SUNDAY 8th September
The TBYC Stage 3 ‘On-the-water’ course is on Sunday and the RS Feva and one Pico are reserved for this, as Club Policy.

The course is full however, Cadet sailors are welcome to join in with the sailing session on Sunday. Priory instruction will be given to the Stage 3 participants, however the session will follow the usual training format and will benefit all Cadets. You don’t want to miss an opportunity to sail!
Briefing; changed and rigged in the Sail Training Room at 6.00pm, on the water at 6.30pm.   Coach: Nick

CADET RACING RESULTS for this season are posted on the Club’s Cadet Notice board and at https://www.tbyc.org/cadets/

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Aug 30 2019

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race

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If anyone is interested in watching the Clipper Yachts on Sunday and the race start on Monday – below is an exert from the Notice to Mariners issued by the PLA.

SUNDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER 2019 – UPPER AND LOWER POOL
The yachts will depart St. Katharine Dock between 15:00 and 15:45 and form up in the Lower Pool. The yachts will navigate inbound from Limehouse into the Upper Pool for a 16:00 Tower ridge lift. The yachts will stem the tide on the south side of the channel for approximately 30 minutes, before swinging to proceed outward bound, passing through Tower bridge at 16:30.

SUNDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER 2019 – SEA REACH TO OUTER ESTUARY
The yachts will anchor in the Southend Small Ship Anchorage just east of Southend Pier overnight from 21:00 in preparation for the start of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.

MONDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER 2019 – SEA REACH TO OUTER ESTUARY
At 08:00 the yachts will weigh anchor in preparation for the race start at 10:00 off Southend Pier. The Race Start line will be approx. 0.25Nm in length and will be marked by a committee vessel anchored due South of Southend Pier in approximate position 51°30.620N, 000°43.407E . All vessels not connected with the race are requested to keep clear of the start area during this time. Following the start, the race course will then take the fleet east from Southend Pier into the Estuary and out to the English Channel.

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Jul 28 2019

Stingray groups

Due to changes in the numbers of Cadet in Stingrays, We have needed to revise the teams. The revised teams will he posted at the YC before registration this afternoon.

This year Stingrays is as popular as ever but is relatively young and inexperienced so we have worked really hard to make the teams as balanced in average age and experience as possible. Thank you for your support with this as we move towards another fantastic week on water and the beach.

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Jul 25 2019

Cadet week groups and rotas

Please find the Cadet Week volunteer rotas posted on the Cadet board in the club. Janet will also be emailing copies out to entrants today. Adults may swap duties other than support boat by mutual agreement and ensure the swap is written on the master copy posted on the board. Thank you for volunteering, the week only happens because we help in one way or another. All other queries to me please.
Looking forward to another great week, please check Facebook for Lindsay’s kit list and make sure you are ready, see you all at registration on Sunday.

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May 11 2019

Cadet Week Forms 2019 – Entries Closed

Its time to register for this years summer of fun, 29th July – 2nd Aug.

    1. Read the information pack and arrange your boats and partners, then…
    2. Complete the forms, you must volunteer!
    3. Return the forms with a cheque (or bank transfer this year)

Closing date is 13th May. After that date we will look at group totals and confirm your entry.

Thank you to all those who have helped and volunteered to help this year.

Jeremy

Cadet Week Information pack 2019

Cadet Week Registration Pack 2019

 

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May 02 2019

May 3rd Friday Club Night 7pm Knots and splicing

The first Friday of each of the summer months is TBYC Club night. This month we start the bank holiday looking at knots and splicing.
Fridays Club night Knots and splicing programme.

  • 19:00 starting with basic knots for beginners and intermediate cadets or adults who need a reminder.
  • 20:00 Chris Boshier from Essex rigging will be here with all his tools and knowledge to teach us how to splice dyneema rope, covering anything from eyes, continuous sheets, to tapers, just ask Chris. Tony Clarke will then be going through splicing an eye in 3 strand rope .
  • The whole hour will be informal, with a short explanation, demonstration, then time for you to have a go with the experts on hand to help you out if you are knot doing it right or teach you tricks and tips to ensure success.
  • Chris is now our regional Marlow rope stockist and will also be able to offer advise on suitable ropes for that all important start of season refit as well as taking orders.

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Mar 27 2019

David Hopper RNLI Charity London Marathon Run Update

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Hi Everyone,
Just a little update after the quiz on Thursday. With all of your help we managed to raise £1025, smashing the £2300 target, totalling £2900 overall! An absolutely staggering amount. I can’t thank you all enough for your kindness and generosity.
A massive thank you again to Jane, Debbie, Barry, Izzy, Alex Gibson and Steve Hopper for helping with logistics. Also thanks to Howard in the kitchen and the bar staff. Thanks to the Gourmet Deli Co. John Barry salon, Wild Health, and everyone that donated gifts for the raffle.

Now all I have to do is run 26 miles, can’t be that hard right?

Hope you all have a wonderful week! Thanks again for supporting the RNLI.

Best wishes, David

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