Galley Schedule

Please check out the Galley opening hours Galley Schedule.  Christian is putting on wonderful menus including his speciality locally caught fresh fish but always with an alternative choice, and puddings to die for.  Support your Club Galley.

Dragon Edinburgh Cup 2007

Dragon 2007Yacht Clubs of Weymouth hosted the Dragon Class South Coast Championship and Edinburgh Cup 2007 30 June - 7 July 2007.

Despite windy conditions the class enjoyed good racing and were very complimentary of the championship organising team.  Over 80 volunteers from all the Yacht Clubs joined together to run the championships under the chairmanship of David Dunn. 

Chairman of the British Dragon Association Rob Campbell sent this message to David 'A final heartfelt thank you for all the great work done by you and your team.  It was a wonderfully organized event and enjoyed by all the Dragon sailors.   My objective now is to repay you by getting our World Championships to Weymouth in 2013”.  Chairman BDA.

 

 

For further information, daily reports, photos and results go to www.EdinburghCup07.co.uk

Winter Moorings and Yard Space

Applications must be received by 31 July.  Download the application form Application Form for Winter Moorings and Yard Space 2007-8.  You can find out the fees by linking to Winter Moorings and Yard fees 2007-8.  Please direct any queries to Nick Pritchard.

Squib Nationals Abersoch 2007

mike__penny_2Mark Bugler Vice Commodore of Weymouth Sailing Club led a team of 5 local boats including the 2006 Cowes week champions Mike And Penny Fenwick to the week long Haulfryn Squib National Championships in Abersoch, North Wales (24th to 30th June.)

 

The National Squib is one of the UK’s most popular one design two man racing keelboats, which are instantly recognizable by their distinctive tan colour sails. Squibs can be regularly seen sailing in the bay as Weymouth Sailing Club has one of the largest fleets in the country.

 

Club says 'thank you' to sponsors

 

sponsor partyThe club welcomed the Mayor and his wife, plus sponsors and helpers who had made possible the aquisition of our new fleet of RS Feva dinghy's. Wine was poured by committee members whilst a wide range of canapes made by Christian were served by the cadets to the guests.
The cadets also put on a small exhibition of how to launch, trim and recover a spinnaker on the Feva, whilst a photographer from the Echo took shots of the sponsors beside the dinghies they had funded.
This was one of the first official engagements for the Mayor and he expressed delight and his eagerness to endorse what the club through Phil Samways was doing, making sailing accessable to the youth of the town.

GHOST RIDER WINS!

CONGRATULATIONS TO MIKE AND PENNY FENWICK GHOST RIDER- NATIONAL SQUIB CHAMPIONS 2007!  Congratulations also to Saskia V, Aldebaran, Artful Dodger, and Quicksilver for competing at Abersoch in very windy conditions.  Results

Welcome to our new Chef

New chef June 07

A big welcome to our new chef Christian with his wife Sylvia.  He will be providing galley facilities at the club after sailing and at weekends.  Christian has been working as the chef at the Crab House Cafe at Ferry Bridge and has built a reputation locally for very good food, particulary fish.

We look forward to continuing good food at Weymouth Sailing Club.

 

YCW Dinghy Regatta

Dinghy Regatta June 07On Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June 2007 the Yacht Clubs of Weymouth hosted a dinghy regatta for Wayfarers, Larks and Scorpions, plus two mixed handicap fleets.

92 boats entered including all of the new YOB's RS Fevas seen in the photograph getting rigged for the start.  Light winds and good sunshine made this event a great success.  Many thanks go to the committee and volunteers who organised the weekend.

Results

Dinghy Regatta Sat 2nd/Sun 3rd June

Racing in Weymouth Bay for Larks, Scorpions, Wayfarers plus fast and slow handicap classes.  Up to 3 races per day.  Prizes for both days for all classes.  There's a good forecast for the weekend.  Only 2 days to go !

RS Feva Project for Youth on Boats (YOBs)

As a result of identifying the need to provide better facilities for the Youth Section of the Club, a number of local industries were approached by Phil Samways, Youth Section Coordinator, to sound out their interest of sponsoring new craft for proposed use by the expanding youth section. 

 

Portwey Letting, Universal Engineering (Charlestown) and Kitchen Craft were the first three of several local companies who have offered to become sponsors  and make available funds to put towards the purchase of a fleet of RS Feva dinghies for the YoBs as part of the Club drive to improve facilities for those younger members. 

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