That time of year

Submitted by Tim Day

Well as winter winds increase mark O comes to its favourite garden on Greenhill! This is not the first time this little blighter has been loafing on the patio. Hopefully it will arrange a taxi ride to the club!

Firework Night

Submitted by stella

Join us at the Club on Tuesday Night (5th November) and watch the Annual Fire Work Display from the comfort of the Club House - the Bar and Galley opens at 6.00pm with Amanda serving sausages and mash (vegetarian and other options available). Come on down and bring Family and Friends.

Halloween Party

Submitted by stella

Join us at the club Friday 1st November to continue the Halloween celebrations 6.30pm onwards ....
Come and join in the spooky fun this year, with games and ghoulish treats in store!
Fancy dress competition with prizes for adults and children.
Bring along your Pumpkin to enter in the carving competition for all ages and all sizes of pumpkin.
Please bring a plate of food to share.
Friends and Family welcome from 6.30pm

The RNLI Fish Supper

Submitted by stella

You are invited to an evening of Fun, Fish and Fundraising for the RNLI

With Special guests "The Dorset Wrecks" entertaining us with their Sea Shanties

Saturday 19th October @ 7pm

Enjoy a wonderful menu for £15.00 per person

Please book on line www.wsc.org.uk/2019rnlisupper

WSC - a visual history part 1

Submitted by steve

Building on the history of the club on the website, we are in the process of creating a digital archive from photos, slides, etc. to which everyone is invited to contribute; all you have to do is to lend us your memorabilia for a few days and we will have them processed. The results will be available for everyone to see, and occasional forays into the archive willl appear here as well.

Why Boats Weymouth Regatta

Submitted by daddsie

Weymouth Sailing Club has just hosted the Yacht Clubs of Weymouth, Why Boats Weymouth Yacht Regatta.
With over 50 boats competing out on the water, Weymouth’s Olympic waters even brought out the dolphins to watch.

Autumn Lunch

Submitted by stella

Now that there's a change in the weather and Autumn has officially begun - Join us at Weymouth Sailing Club on Friday 18th October for an enjoyable lunch - with a great menu and a chance to catch up with fellow members.

Book on line from the Club Website @ www.wsc.org.uk/autumn

Join us for a drink on arrival from 12.30pm with Lunch served at 1pm

The Squib South Coast Championships 2019

Submitted by jim1123

The weather forecast for the WSC-hosted Squib South Coast Championship on 21/22 Sep had not been encouraging: strong easterlies for Saturday, going southerly with rain on Sunday. Even so, 19 Squibs were brave enough to register for the event – ten visitors and nine from the home fleet.

Thus it was that boats were prepared and polished, crews were forged in cauldrons of fire, plans were made and expectations were raised higher than they probably should have been.

Autumn in Alderney and Cherbourg

Submitted by steve

What with the weather getting a bit autumnal (though the sail over was in ideal conditions), four nights moored at Alderney in winds up to 35 knots was not my idea of comfort on a boat, but it meant I could meet up with friends Georges and Catherine, who were on their way back from Guernsey, visit the museum and walk round some of the island with them, as well as attend the two-day Henry Euler Memorial Trust maritime history symposium on 'Alderney, The Channel Islands & Anglo-French Relations 1689 – 1918', with a number of eminent French and British speakers.

JOG Guernsey Race

Submitted by chs815

Weymouth Sailing Club’s Kathy Claydon has won the double-handed division in the recent Junior Offsore Group (JOG) cross-channel race from Cowes to Guernsey. The race started at 19:00 on Friday and she was paired with co-skipper Phil Kirk on her boat ‘Arcsine’.

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