2007 Henri Lloyd Weymouth Regatta

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As part of the Regatta social programme, a very successful Pirates of the Carribean Regatta party was hosted by WSC and promoted by Mount Gay rum.

Visiting crew from Torquay Kaos 4 won the fancy dress competition, whilst WSC won the team games. There was a raffle in aid of the Chesil Trust which raised £150. The Chesil trust is an organisation that helps get local kids sailing.
Sore heads and non showing crews was the result on the Sunday after 330 shots of Mount Gay rum were consumed at 50p a go thanks to Mount Gay rums involvement with our event; T shirts, crew bags, caps and other goodies were also supplied by the drinks company.  Many thanks to Steve Dadd and Tim Bowden who MC'd the evening.
For 2007 Henri Lloyd Weymouth Regatta results go to  Regatta website.

Commodore's Cocktail Party March 3

The amended date is March 3 starting at 1930 please come along and mingle with our guests, local businesses, government officials, officers from other clubs in Dorset, and this year for the first time, the sponsors of the Feva dinghies.  I look forward to seeing you there.

Melita

Welcome!

 Weymouth Sailing Club promotes sailing in the port of Weymouth.

WSC Clubhouse with SquibsThe club has substantial premises in a prime location on Weymouth's beautiful harbour, moorings for about 120 boats, a dinghy park and a slipway. It is primarily a racing club and runs a full race programme from April to December, but there are also many members whose main interest is cruising. The Club also has an active social programme.

Classes catered for are IRC, Fast and Slow Cruisers, National Squib fleet (at present 33 Squibs are registered), and thriving handicap dinghy fleet.  The WSC YOBs (Youths on Boats) have a fleet of club RSFevas and Optimists.

We feel very fortunate to sail in the waters of Weymouth Bay, selected as the venue for the sailing events in the 2012 Olympics.

Visiting yachtsmen are very welcome to come and enjoy our Club facilities. pete_and_alison

The bar and galley is open on Friday evenings, Saturday lunchtimes and evenings and Sunday lunchtimes providing good quality food at a good price.  Our chef Peter Barlow is very happy to accomodate larger groups of sailors but it is worth checking with the club in advance.

The clubroom provides an ideal spot to watch the comings and goings in Weymouth Harbour. There is free Wifi use and computer access and up-to-date wind anemometer data. 

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