Opps, slight typo. Lunches 1130-1500 WordPress.com
Lunches to keep you going 1100-1500 hrs Evening snacks and specials – this menu is just an example of what will be available. 1800-2000 hrs And remember your member card for the *lower prices*.
Barbecues all hot and ready to cook by 6 p.m. The club will sell you bowls of chips and a huge variety of stuff to drink. Bring your own meat, salad, corn-on-the-cob ice cream (whatever turns you on), plates, cutlery, and sauces. We’re trying to cut down on single use plastics so sachets of ketchup...
That’s 13 July 1530 start. The women’s final will probably be over, though it will be on the Club TV for those who prefer aces to races…
Don’t forget, the Club owns a fleet of five Fusions that are available for sailing and racing by members. Bookings can be made via the Club Manager and a £10 deposit per boat will be charged. The deposit is returnable once the boat has been returned, cleaned, and put away with sails stowed. There is...
Entry Form Sailing Instructions 29th July 1st Barbeque of the season. 31st July JCW supper with Quiz. 1st August JCW Prize Giving Supper.
Hot off the presses, the 2019 edition is waiting for you behind the bar, or in the office with Kim.
The club AGM is on the horizon (10 August) and the Sailing Committee is in need of new and younger blood. You don’t have to be local. You don’t have to sail a Shrimper (in fact more variety would be good). You don’t even have to be male. Get a proposer and seconder, and sign...
All open and smooth as a barnacleless bottom.
Don’t forget, the Club slipway is closed today (Monday July 1st) and tomorrow for essential maintenance. It should be open to walkers later on Tuesday, and vehicles from Wednesday morning. The Club will be closed over this period.
This was due to be the last race of the Spring Series, but forecast high winds have forced a postponement until tomorrow (Saturday) with an auto gate start at 1500.
The first of the Dayboats have been mooring up in preparation for their annual race week.
The June Waterski newsletter is here
The photos below are a few taken during the week. If anyone wants a higher resolution image please email me.
Congratulations to Rob Harris and Rob Leaning sailing Mallard 591 to a fine win. For those with a historical turn of mind, the PK results from 2001 are shown below.