Our new early season coaching sessions with Race Coach Bernard Clark, now named 'BANTER' (Beer And Nattering on Thursday Evenings about Racing) got underway on Thursday 27 April and will run for a further 3 weeks. The first session was land based and the team enjoyed a session which covered race prep, including the need for both boat and helm/crew to be race fit, starting sequences and the importance of being 'on the line'.
Published 09:47 on 28 Apr 2017
Adult Level 2, Children's Stage 3 Courses, 29 th April, 1 st & 6 th May Places are still available on these 2 courses. Website bookings are open until Wednesday 26 th April. After this date, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out whether there are any remaining places.
Published 20:42 on 25 Apr 2017
This Thursday sees the first of 4 sessions, led by our Commodore Bernard Clark, looking at basic racing skills. The plan for week 1 is to stay ashore, but to look at rig controls and what they do and explore why they are so key for racing set up. The bar will be open and the aim is to have an entertaining and informative but informal evening. Starts 7.15 prompt. Boat
Published 16:03 on 24 Apr 2017
Due to high demand for places, we have added an additional Learn to Sail Course to the programme. This will run on 1 and 2 June and will cover junior and adult syllabi. We still have a few last places on the Improvers course running next weekend (29th 1st and 6th May) - this will cover RYA junior stage 3 and RYA adult level 2 skills. Please book now
Published 11:37 on 20 Apr 2017
This Easter Sunday we have the usual Spring morning and afternoon series races with the added bonus of on the day Easter egg prizes. Best 3 out of 4 races to count with the first race at 11:00am. So if you want to get into the chocolates - Literally! then come along and join in the racing.
Published 08:36 on 15 Apr 2017
Over 20 members of the club attended an RO familiarisation course held on 11 April. With a Fish and Chip supper kicking the evening off, Bernard and Jennie took the attendees through the paperwork, flags, clocks and (very loud when it's in the clubhouse) auto hoot system and how they are used for club racing. Discussions included setting good start lines and how to set a course which doesn't result in carnage.
Published 07:47 on 12 Apr 2017
11-00am first race, briefing 10-30 Entry fee £3-00 payable on the day The Galley will be open all day serving hot and cold drinks and food The plan is to run as many races as we can, no races will start after 3-00pm
Published 20:08 on 10 Apr 2017
The training team will be running a 'Parent Helpers and Assistant Instructor Training day' on Sat 22 April. It offers an insight into how training is organised at RSC and how parents and other members can get involved and help. Its also a good start for anyone considering becoming a Dinghy Instructor in future. The Assistant Instructor qualification is recognised by the RYA. If you want to take part please sign up
Published 17:20 on 6 Apr 2017
We've got a busy weekend planned for the club at Easter, and hope that we are going to get some sunshine to enable us to make the most of the break. Our Dragon Force fleet (radio controlled model yachts) will be holding an Open Meeting on Good Friday - the water is open for other users but if you are sailing please keep clear of the DF65 race area. If anyone is interested
Published 08:53 on 6 Apr 2017
Want to improve your sailing skills? Want to progress from the back of the fleet? Want extra on the water practice with supervision? Once again RYA Coach Peter Lulham-Robinson will be visiting the club to deliver these sessions. Any adult or youth sailor (over 12 years old) who is of Level 2/Stage 3 ability can take part. Bookings can be made via the website by going to the
Published 07:09 on 4 Apr 2017