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Farnham Lane, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, HG5 9JS
Helping to get more people sailing, more often
We pride ourselves on being a family oriented sailing club, providing a safe environment for all members of the family, the club has recently invested significantly in refurbishing its facilities to provide welcoming and comfortable shore facilities that complement our unrivalled launching and jetty facilities. Dinghy racing is our passion but we also provide a high standard of instruction and coaching for all ages and abilities.
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The earlier issue has now been resolved, sadly by now you will have received 3 invitations to log into the system, the final one does work!
See the Medusa page for a full explanation.
The Medusa membership management system is now live, please check your mailbox for an invitation to create your user account. Please check your junk mailbox to make sure your mail client has not consigned the invitation to your junk mailbox. We hope that you will all manage to complete the registration process without any issues but if you do have a problem please contact us via the e-mail address included in the login invitation.
Members can find more information via the Medusa tab, remember you need to log in to the site to make the menu tab visible
Don't forget the Methusaleh Junior and In-betweens Trophies this Sunday!
3 handicap races with 2 to count, first race starting at 1100.
See you there!
5 Ripon Team Streakers made the trip over to Hornsea Sailing Club for the Streaker Open and Northern Streaker Champs, Dan, Philip, Chris, Nick & Helen enjoyed racing in a competitive 24 boat fleet.
Results and images can be found here...,
Helen Voisey, Nick Craven, Philip David, Dan Phillips and Chris Wright made the trip. It was sunny but very cold off the water. Hornsea is a big piece of water (compared to Ripon) and a good breeze ensured lots of long planing legs and hard beats, which were exciting and had the benefit of helping to keep you warm. Dan Phillips won the first race but got lost on the second while well placed and headed to the wrong downwind mark. The lighter (or less fit) sailors saw their results get worse as the day went on and the breeze increased, but it was a full and rewarding day for all. Some pretty tired bodies headed for home after the prize giving!