Spring Series - champagne conditions

Duelling J97s

So far, the start of season racing for yachts has had some fantastic conditions - warm weather, sunshine and good winds. Sunday's IRC3 class race was won by Saskia VII and IRC4 by Pepper of Kinsale.

Hoisting the Big Citrus - the week's sailing so far

Submitted by steve

After what has seemed like a long winter, the beautiful weather meant it was suddenly time to go sailing again, combining racing and cruising in the best possible way, linking Weymouth and Cherbourg for what promises to be another step forwards in liaison between the clubs.

Is your boat gas safe?

Submitted by steve

Because I had replaced the flexible hoses in my gas system following a survey last year, my insurers wanted a ‘gas-safe’ certificate so that one of the things they are insuring me for doesn’t happen! Needless to say, I had left this till the last moment, but I was lucky to get hold of Stuart at the aptly-named Gas Safe Marine, who kindly agreed to test the system first thing on Monday morning; this meant an early passage to the Cove in the chilly Spring mist to meet up with him, and water up at the same time.

Spring Luncheon - Fri 7th Apr 12:30 for 1:00pm

Submitted by wsc.61

A 2 Course Luncheon priced at £11.50 per person.

An opportunity to try our new caterers!

Menu and Booking form here:- http://www.wsc.org.uk/node/3684

RYA Dinghy training course Level 1/2 May 13th/14th

Submitted by MickRS200

WSC is pleased to announce the next RYA level 1/2 dinghy training course on the 13th/14th May.

Only a few weeks to go now - please contact me early to avoid disappointment we only have a couple of spaces left.

Training will be provided by fully qualified RYA dinghy instructors over two days.

Successful candidates will be issued with RYA certificates at the appropriate level.

Early booking is advised.

This course is open to members only.

Contact Mick Church Training coordinator for booking forms and further details

These Boots Are Made For Walking

Submitted by daddsie

Sunday 19th of March was the final walk in the annual Winter Walks with Caroline Nairn. All of the walks start from a car park, which is conveniently attached to a pub and surprisinngly end with a thirst quenching sup and meal.

What A Result!

Submitted by daddsie

The what is now, Weymouth Sailing Club annual beer and cider festival, exceeded all expectations, with happy punters, happy sponsors, a happy treasurer and delirious England and Welsh Rugby supporters.

RS Aero Demo

Submitted by MickRS200

Hello Folks

I have arranged a special price and more importantly a Demo boat for the 19th of May.

The RS Aero is a fantastic little single hander compared with the Laser for example.

If you want to try her out you need to book a slot.

details on the Poster.

Mick C
DI and Race Coach


Submitted by daddsie

Weymouth Sailing Clubs annual beer festival is on track to reach the £500 target it set itself to raise for Chesil Sailability.
With ten ales, all brewed locally, from Lyme Regis Brewery in the West of the county to Six Penny brewery in the East, there is something for everyones palate.

Another successful RYA course completed

Submitted by php147

Well done to all that worked hard over the long winter evenings and successfully completed their Day skipper theory course.
A BIG thank you to Cathy who's perseverance carried us all over the finish line.

We the happy few are now qualified to go out in any vessels, go anywhere and get lost
As long as the sun is shining !

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