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    The Club is currently closed to Members and Visitors

    We are very sorry but due to the lockdown, the Club is currently closed to Members and visitors .  We will update you with further information as soon as we can.  The latest update from the Commodore can be found below.  

    Published 07:00 on 10 Nov 2020

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    10 November 2020: XOD Crew Chat

    It started with a lockdown and ended with one That's it, it's final, it's over for this year!  And what a year! Starting with lockdown and ending with one but in spite of all the rules, regulations, one up, 2 down, 3 only if you can't do 2 or whatever we all had to learn to do, masks, handwash, disinfectant, use toilets, don't use toilets, etc etc we all managed, thanks to

    Published 00:00 on 10 Nov 2020

  • Friday Takeaway Dine In With Dan

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    Published 00:00 on 5 Nov 2020

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    04 November 2020: XOD Crew Chat

    I asked Alastair, RO, for a few words on the last race on Wednesday - the following is what I received with 65 odd photos!  So it deserves an email to itself - the last race before lockdown and consequently the end of the season for 2020    Wednesday afternoon 4th November - Last XOD race of 2020 season  After the recent gales that have been frustrated

    Published 00:00 on 4 Nov 2020


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    Published 00:00 on 28 Oct 2020

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    12 Oct 2020: XOD Crew Chat

    The call to arms for the XOD fleet came from the Class Captain to arm themselves with work clobber, warm gear and tools and work on the Staging over the weekend. And what a performance, 2 teams worked tirelessly both days and achieved more in a single day than ever before so WELL DONE guys and gals. I wonder if the Sunbeam and Swallow Fleets would like to copy that over a

    Published 00:00 on 13 Oct 2020

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    08 October 2020: Solent Sunbeams; surviving and thriving despite Covid-19

    Image by kind permission of Gayle Palmer Solent Sunbeams; surviving and thriving despite Covid-19 The historic Solent Sunbeam fleet, which boasts 97-year-old wooden keelboats through to brand-new GRP hulls, has experienced one of its best sailing seasons despite the shadow of Covid-19 and a late start to the season. The fleet has enjoyed some of its largest ever turnouts at its Covid-secure racing events as well as

    Published 00:00 on 8 Oct 2020

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    03 October 2020: Swallows Reach Trophy

    Eleven Itchenor Swallows entered the three race all-to-count Reach trophy on Saturday 3rd October. The overnight rain subsided in time for the 9.30 launch - but unfortunately the wind went with it leaving the fleet to be towed out to the race course. Swallow sailor PRO Simon Slater was on top of the proceedings but with limited race support in the continuing Covid environment it was midday by the time the last boat arrived and

    Published 00:00 on 7 Oct 2020

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    23 September 2020: Wednesday Evening Racing

    Bad hair day ! W ell that didn't begin to describe WER . R oger had his hair cut for £ 5 plus 50 p tip. My Covid haircut was , let's just say a lot more. Wind over tide 18 -2 2 knots with 25kn spikes, it felt like 30 k , I was like a drowned rat within seconds .

    Published 00:00 on 28 Sep 2020

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    24 Sept 2020: Swallows Bob Massey Trophy

    The Bob Massey Trophy Weekend We've been waiting for a bit of a sailable blow for weeks and we sure got it on Saturday - with sun too and a virtually empty harbour - save for few a 14's careering around. First blood went to Osprey and from start to finish - from round the windward mark (Wear - NE F5) and despite being initially blanketed on the

    Published 12:44 on 24 Sep 2020

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