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Oct 11 2018

busy weekend

and what a weekend, tail end of (now tropical storm Michael), Storm Leslie, Sandhopper Final Fling and Lift out, First races of the Winter series (13:00 Sat & 14:00 Sun) and the cruisers being lifted out Saturday morning too!
So if you have a boat paid for in the dinghy park, please ensure it is
a) not in the way of either the cruisers or the sandhoppers (row’s I,J,K or M)
b) securely tied down
AND if you have not paid for winter racing or storage, please remove your boat from the dinghy park as they should have all moved last Sunday.

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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 10 2018

TBYC Sail Training – Stage 3

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Another successful group of sailors achieved their Stage 3 certificates on Sunday.

The course involves two ‘land based’ sessions covering Sailing theory, Racing rules, Club Racing essentials, VHF Radio, Meteorology and Navigation. Also two ‘On-the-water’ sessions when candidates practice their Seamanship and Racing skills, such as sailing backwards, Man-over-board and effective starting. 

Well done to all.

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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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Jun 29 2018

THANKS TO THE VOLUNTEERS ON 30 JUNE / 1 JULY

Thanks to all the volunteers who stepped up last weekend to allow sailing to go ahead.

 

These were: John Casson, Tony Padbury, Gary Burrows, Barry Duce and Alex? (hopefully the right Warrington!) – and of course thanks as ever to those with duties who were there.

 

We have a significant number of people dropping out of duties this year often at the last minute and with no good reason which just makes it harder for the rest of us.

 

So PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE – if you have a duty and can’t do it for any reason do the following as early as possible:

  • Mark as SWAP REQUIRED on Dutyman and actively look for others to swap with.
  • Approach others who are not looking to swap – often they will swap with you if you ask.
  • Or find a future Vacancy on Dutyman and swap with that

If all else fails please let the Duty Officer know asap and at least a week before so we can advertise for a replacement

If you need help with Dutyman (it’s easy when you try, honest ) just contact me at [email protected] I will assist.

When people have made a real effort and have a reason they cannot do their duty we can often help but that is difficult if things are left until the last minute.

 

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May 25 2018

Privacy Policy

The club privacy policy can be found at the link below:

TBYC Members and Visitors Privacy Policy v1

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Apr 19 2018

Noble Allen Moth Nationals 11th – 14th July 2018

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Notice of Race

moth2018NOR

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Mar 31 2018

Winter and Icicle Prize Giving – Thurs 5th April 8pm

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Mar 20 2018

Saturday Work Party

Great work from those who turned up last weekend, if you didn’t have enough or still want some more, there is another this Saturday (24th 10:00 am) we still have a few bits to do on the displacements and the club house, please contact your class captains for the work required and what to bring.

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Mar 19 2018

Oppie Beach Club

With snow still on the ground I have taken the decision to cancel the first Oppie Beach club on Saturday 31st March.

Due to current weather and water temperature I feel conditions are not yet suited to young children (or Adults!) spending time in the water, although boats will be available should more experienced Cadets wish to use them under their own parental organisation if we have unexpected favourable conditions.

The first Oppie club will be on the 21st April.  We will be running a rigging session to kick off the season on Friday 20th April at 7pm.  This will cover all club cadet boats;Oppies, Picos and Laser 4.7 and go through where they are kept, rigging, and packing away procedures.

A full programme of events and training will be published on the Cadet notice board over the next couple of weeks.

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