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  • Sailing Forum 21st October 2018 4:00pm Onwards (after racing) at the Clubhouse.

    The Sailing Forum takes place on 21 October after sailing. This is your chance to help us shape the sailing programme for 2019 and the topics up for discussion are shown below. Please come along and join in the debate and discussion regardless of whether you are a Saturday potterer, new to sailing this year or an ardent racer. Saturday Sailing what do we need to change (training, coaching,

    Published 07:21 on 14 Oct 2018

  • Splicing Workshop with Ian Turnbull

    Yes, he's coming back! Friday 23 November sees Ian revisiting the club to show you how to make all sorts of clever things by splicing rope together! Tickets for the event go on sale tomorrow and we are strictly limited to 20 participants.

    Published 15:59 on 9 Oct 2018

  • First Aid and Powerboat Training Courses - an update on availability of places

    Update on upcoming training events and place availability: 1 space left on PB2, 29 and 30 Oct 1 space left on PB2, 17 and 24 Nov 4 spaces left on First Aid, 19 Jan 10 spaces left on First Aid, 27 April 2 places left on PB2, 19 and 20 Jan 1 place left on PB2, 16 and 17 Feb Tickets are available now on the website. Club coaches and instructors

    Published 15:58 on 9 Oct 2018

  • WORKING PARTY - SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER

    Please come along and help us take up the old patio so that work can begin on our new decking. Work starts 9.30am and will end when it's all up and sorted. We also need people to help with weeding the boat park and doing general pruning. Richard Pryke has a long list of jobs which need to be done, please make every effort to come and help. The

    Published 10:32 on 27 Sep 2018

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    Fantastic turnout for Mill Volvo Junior Trophy & Y&J Prizegiving at Ripon Sailing Club

    Full Y&Y report here... https://www.yachtsandyachting.com/news/210421/Fantastic-turnout-for-Mill-Volvo-Junior-Trophy

    Published 16:12 on 24 Sep 2018

  • REMAINDER OF ADULT LAUNCHPAD SERIES CANCELLED

    Due to a lack of take up for the adult launch pad series, we have taken the decision to cancel the remainder of the series.

    Published 10:53 on 21 Sep 2018

  • Burgees for Sale at The Galley

    Our stock of burgees are available for sale via the Galley. If you need one please ask the team, they will add your name to the list of purchasers and we will invoice you in due course. We've moved away from stocking them behind the bar and allowing cash transactions as this gives us greater stock control. We've got a lovely range of colours, just ready to go on top of your

    Published 20:05 on 16 Sep 2018

  • Missing Supernova Sail

    One of our helms, Chris Stockton, has lost his Supernova sail. If anyone has picked it up by mistake could they get in touch with Chris and make arrangements to return it to him? The sail was in a black Pinnell and Bax sail bag.

    Published 17:03 on 16 Sep 2018

  • Adult Level 2 and Junior Stage 3 course places

    Due to a last minute cancellation we have places on the above courses running this month. The courses run Saturdays 8th, 15th and 29th September and we can adjust the groups to cope with last minute bookings for either the adult or junior courses. Please contact Dianne by Thursday tea time to discuss options, using training@ripon-sc.org.uk as the email address.

    Published 13:05 on 4 Sep 2018

  • PB2 courses - update on availability

    The October half term course (29 and 30 October) has 1 place on it and we have 3 places on a course which will run on Saturdays 17 and 24 November. Book now if you want to take part! The next courses will run in January (19th and 20th) and February (16th and 17th) and you can book on line for those now. There are currently 3 places available on each

    Published 07:56 on 1 Sep 2018

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