Now summer is upon us, did you know the club opens each evening from 6pm to 8pm. Monday is a bring your own barbecue – the galley will supply chips, then Tuesday to Thursday plus Saturday with a regularly changing specials board. Grilled fresh sardines on bruschetta with tomato compote, lime and coriander anyone?
Month: July 2018
With the 80th anniversary of the founding of the club coming up to windward (25th August 7 p.m. on the Quay – book it…) Here is a reminder of a couple of speeches made almost 5 years ago at the 75th celebrations: JON GREAVES – THE FIFTIES Well now, the Club’s 75th. I missed the...
The waterski Fly Navy and Junior Shield fun events are coming, details are HERE The events are explained HERE
If you’re going to read just one book this year… The bar will be open and refreshments might be on offer too.
As a result of the sailing committee decision to use the tracker system for the regatta there are amended Sailing instructions and entry form which can be found on the Camel Week 2018 page More information on this system which allows live viewing of the race positions (and will be available in the club house...
This year the Club is doing a one-off special offer which will never be repeated – well at least this year! This unique offer covers a daily cruise on the good ship Andromeda around the Camel Estuary between the 18th and 23rd August and gives you the opportunity to see around 100 sailing boats racing...
Live at the club from 7 p.m. If Wimbledon takes precedence at home but you want to watch the footie, come down, the bar will be open.
Entry Form here Web page here for results, sailing instructions etc.
6 July 1200 Spring Dinghy 12 (open to all) 1206 Spring Shrimper R 9 high tide 1236 5.9 7 July 1300 Spring Shrimper R 10 high tide 1342 6.0 Where else would you you want to be?
In the interests of Sailing members’ equality I have been asked to point out that sailors can do it too… Now if the Social members can come up with something similar?