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Apr 16 2021

DINGHY PARK 2021

Evening Sailors,

From tomorrow, All Dinghies and Catamarans that have paid for this seasons storage can bring their boats into the Dinghy Park. With no main access to the Clubhouse, viewing the printed plan cannot be public so it is located inside the building within the area of the back door, same access for toilets.

You can also review online using the link that has been in the the recent email and posted within the TBYC Facebook Group.

The Dinghy Park plan is always an active document with boats being bought and sold. In an effort to keep the document up to date, if you arrange to swap with someone and your boat is in a different space, please let me know by emailing [email protected] or commenting on the google doc.

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Nov 23 2020

Cadet Representative

Dear Members

I just wanted to quickly introduce myself as this year Cadet Representative.  My name is Lindsay and as many of you may know I have been an active member of the Cadet Committee for some years. I have 3 daughters who all loving being out on the water and participate regularly in both cadet and club sailing!  I have spent many hours in the water launching and recovering boats!!

I would like to thank Jeremy for all his hard work over the past years and sorry we could not mark his last year in a more memorable way due to the pandemic.  I am really looking forward to supporting the Cadets in getting the most out of the club developing skills and confidence on the water with the support of the parents.

Cadet Rep is not a job for one person and I am grateful to have received many offers of support but I will be seeking more over the year. Please keep an eye out for emails, website and Facebook updates!

I am very lucky to have Andras Gal, Nick Alston and Peter Quinten ready to provide a jammed pack Cadet sail training programme when restrictions allow for Cadets who are able to sail a basic course.   All the dates and times will be published in the club programme.

Conrad Stevenson has been able to arrange some Feva training for the older cadets (with their own boat) and we hope that this is something that can be developed in the future to enhance the fleet.  If you or older cadets would like to be added to the WhatsApp group please email Janet with your details and she will forward them appropriately.  We do have access to one club Feva but that will need to be allocated in advance to avoid disappointment (details to be confirmed).

Unfortunately, due to restrictions of some sort remaining in December the Cadet Christmas party will not be possible this year but I will endeavour to provide future events as soon as possible.

Look forward to seeing you all soon.

Lindsay Rainbow

07769720577

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Sep 23 2020

Allen Burrell – 2020 Finn Masters Champion

Published by under Monohulls

Congratulations Allen on another superb victory!

Full write up – https://www.yachtsandyachting.com/news/231785/UK-Finn-Masters-and-Open-Championships

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Jun 10 2020

dinghy park / lower car park security

over the last week I’ve been to the club dinghy park to work on boats 4 times, 3 or these times the gates have been wide open with the lock left hanging and twice with the code still displayed. Now I realise the lock and gate aren’t the best or biggest theft deterrent, but it does go some way to keeping the general public out. So please, if you’re first into the car park, close the lock back up and scramble the code and if you’re last to leave, shut the gate and lock it back up please, it’s not rocket science people, I’m sure you wouldn’t leave your front doors open or your keys in the lock when you go out, so please don’t do tantamount to the same to the club dinghy park.

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Jun 01 2020

Club Lasers

I’ve done some work on the club lasers and they are all serviced and ready for use, please see the rigging guide attached

laser rigging guide

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Mar 11 2020

New Pico Sails

Published by under Cadets,Monohulls

GP Sails have a number of plain white brand new Pico sails for sale. They have 4 Plain white mainsails and 3 plain white Jibs at a cost of £100 for the mains and £50 for the jibs. Numbers and logos are available if required.
Please contact me or leave a response here if you are interested in these sails.

GP have provided the club with sails for the club boats in 2019.

Nick Elmore

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Oct 22 2019

Winter / Frozen Sheets / Icicle SI’s

Hi all, here’s the SI’s for the winter, for those of you that can’t be bothered to read it, courses and fleets are the same as last year

 

http://www.tbyc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Winter-Series-SIs-2019-20.pdf

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Oct 20 2019

Not paid for Pico winter dinghy park storage

All Pico owners must move their boats out of the dinghy park today. Cruiser lift out is tomorrow. If you intend to keep your boat at the club for the Winter you need to pay and move it onto the racks. If you have not paid you boat will be moved to clear space for lift out and you may not be able to keep it here over the winter. Please message me your intentions as soon as possible. Boats will be start to be moved in the next half hour.

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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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