Cruise to Rozel
Meet at the Club 9:30 This Sunday Morning (24th July)
If you like the idea of a gentle sail round to Rozel, leaving around 10.00 and going with the tide, picnic at Rozel and return at slack tide, before 1500 hours when the steps at the bottom of the slip will begin to uncover. Minimum size of boat is Pico. The trip is not suitable for Optimists. This is recommended for experienced helms only.
The final plan will be confirmed on Sunday and is also subject to a minimum of two RIB drivers (with crew) and sufficient interest from sailors. Of course weather dependent too, though current forecast looks good and tides work well. [Force 3 Westerly: High 10:15: Low 16:51]
Don’t forget to bring a picnic and sun cream!
Contact organiser Jeremy Barnes if you can help with RIB support or if you have any questions. Tel 07797 714 751 e-mail: email@example.com
UBS Regatta : Early Entry Discount
Friday 9th to Sunday 11th September
Discount for entries received no later than Monday 18th July. With just over two months to go, the UBS Jersey Regatta will soon be upon us. The Notice of Race, including entry form, is available on www.jerseyregatta.com. Full details are to be found in the Notice of Race.
Whilst the absolute closing date for entries is Tuesday 6th September, entry fees are significantly discounted for boats submitting their entry forms no later than Monday 18th July.
Southampton Boat Show : Offer to Club Members
Show Runs from 16th – 25th Sept.
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS TICKET OFFER
PROMOTIONAL CODE: JG1 .
WEBSITE BOOKING: www.southamptonboatshow.com
TELEPHONE BOOKING: 0844 776 7766
Tickets are valid ANY DAY including Preview Day on Friday 16th September.
Tickets can be booked up to MIDDAY
on the FINAL DAY
of the show – Sunday 25th September.Youngsters 15 years or under go free (up to two per accompanying adult) provided tickets for them are requested when ordering adult tickets.
A single transaction fee of £1.95 applies whether ordering one or any greater number of tickets.
GROUP ORDERS of 10 or more tickets (at the same £11.00 price) can now be ordered by telephone OR via the website using the JG1 Code.
Tickets can be printed at home, delivered by post, or collected at the Show. Because tickets ordered via postal delivery could take up to 7 days to arrive, those purchased at short notice can be collected on arrival from the advance ticket box office at the Show entrance. The most expedient option, for those ordering tickets over the Internet, is to use the website’s ‘Print at Home’ facility.
When booking you will be asked to select the day you expect to visit. This is merely to help the organiser predict visitor numbers for logistical purposes. The tickets you receive will be valid for ANY single day including Preview Day.
WEBSITE STEP–BY–STEP BOOKING PROCEDURE
- Click on ‘BUY TICKETS’ at top/right of homepage.
- Enter & submit Promotional Code JG1 which brings up a page with the days of the show listed.
- Clicking on the anticipated day of your visit (see note above) brings up the ticket ordering sequence which is straightforward to follow
Its the 63rd SCSC annual regatta from this Friday 8th – Sunday 10th July. This is our main event of the year and there is something for everyone so hope to see you there.
There are 13 races in all over the weekend including open handicap, ladies only, his and hers, age group races, pursuit races and many more. The Trophee de Paris is for all our new oppie racing sailors.
We need lots of help over the weekend on RIBS and also in the kitchen. Donations of salads and cakes (and more cakes!) very welcome. House will be very busy keeping us all well fed and watered!
You can sign up to use a club boat from Thursday evening, when a sign-on sheet will be available at the club.
The traditional Sea Sunday service is also taking place on Sunday morning, with a blessing of the boats. The attendees are invited for a cup of tea and cake afterwards in the club house.
Its going to be a busy weekend!
Here is the NOR with all the details SCSC Regatta NoR and please note Amendment 1 2016
Jubilee Regatta – This Weekend
This Sunday is Jubilee Regatta with 3 races and lunch provided by House, what could be a finer way to spend Fathers day! There will be 2 races before lunch, the first starting at 10:00 a.m. As the tide is going out we then plan to moor the boats just off the beach, so something a bit different being organised by our sailing committee. After lunch we are out (via the beach!) for the final race and once that’s complete we’ll be able to get back on the slip….It’s bound to be fun so I hope you make it.
CI Masters – Next Weekend
Next weekend a reminder to all sailors of a certain age (more precisely, 35 and over) that the big event of the calendar is approaching. It’s the chance for us experienced sailors to enjoy friendly competition with our fellow Guernsey masters! So if you plan to sail, but haven’t yet entered, please do so soon. If you enter before the 20th June it works out cheaper!
Here are all the details
CI Masters 2016 NOR Final
CI Masters 2016 SI Final
Gorey Regatta is this Weekend
The notice of Race and entry form is on line now. Please get your entries in before Thursday 9th June. www.goreyregatta.org.
This is sure to be an excellent weekend of sailing action, hope to see you there. If you would like to take part in the traditional sail around from the club on Friday, please be there by 5:00 pm for a 6:00 pm launch. Final launch decision weather dependent, transport will be available to get your trailer to Gorey.
The Regatta has a great social side;
Fri 7:30 : Complimentary drinks at the Dolphin
Sat 6:30 for 7: BBQ Supper at St Catherine’s SC (Adults £12, Children (under 12) £6
Sun 6:30 for 7: Prize giving & buffet at the Moorings
All the details for the races and events are available here on the Notice of Race
Will Carnegie is organising RIB support, we just need a few more volunteers to ensure full cover, so contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help out as a crew. Also if you can help with the BBQ on Saturday please let Cath or Louise know.
This Sunday – Early start (again!)
Sunday 5th June 9:00 a.m.
Its normal Sunday sailing this weekend (Farley / Verney 7 & 8) but with a slight twist! The twist being that we need to start SHARP at 9:00 a.m. due to an awkward spring tide….
Perhaps you know the routine already!…Look forward to seeing you there once again EXTRA bright and EXTRA early.
Sunday 29th May 10:00 a.m.
Its the commodores cup Regatta on Sunday and the forecast looks very favourable at the moment. There will be three back to back races, then in for a relaxing lunch organised by House. I hope to see you there, making the long weekend even more enjoyable!
Jeux Des Iles
Good luck to our Jeux des Iles sailors; Clemmie Carnegie, Finn Rogers, Edward Poignand, Phoebe Le Marquand who are representing Jersey in Mallorca.
Clipper Bursary Winner
Well done Katie for winning the 2016 clipper bursary of £1000 awarded in association with UBS . 18 year old Katie is a keen sailor and dinghy instructor at St Catherines. She plans to use the money to help fund a weeks training in the UK to become an RYA Senior Instructor.
Summer (Evening Series) Begins
Thursday 19th May
So Summer has officially arrived for us sailors, since its the first Summer Evening Series race this Thursday, race start 7 pm. So hope to see you on the start line.
This Sunday – Early start!
Sunday 22nd May 9:00 a.m.
Its normal Sunday sailing this weekend (Farley / Verney 5 & 6) but with a slight twist! The twist being that we need to start SHARP at 9:00 a.m. due to an awkward tide, which will be off the slip by 11:00 a.m so we’ll need to be efficient!
Look forward to seeing you there EXTRA bright and EXTRA early.
5th CI Masters Open Championship
Friday 24th – Sunday 25th June
An important weekend for the calendar for sailors of a certain age (35 and over to more precise). It’s our turn to host the CI masters championship now in its 5th year, a dedicated committee has been busy with arrangements. It’s a very sociable weekend of sailing when we enjoy competing for various highly coveted trophies with our fellow Channel Islanders. As a sailor of a certain age I highly recommend it!
Here are the Notice of Race including entry form and Sailing Instructions
Liberation Day Regatta
Monday 9th May
The Liberation regatta takes place this Monday 9th May and includes lunch at the club. BYOB + cakes for afternoon tea always appreciated!
The Vega pursuit race will start at 10:30, with a briefing at 9:45 to explain all, especially useful for those new to pursuit races. After the pursuit race there will be two open handicap races held back to back; first the Beagal then Liberation trophy. Then its in for a well deserved lunch around 2 pm, before the tide is the off the slip!
Did you know….
That the St. Catherine’s Liberation Day regatta has been held every year since the club started 66 years ago. The 3 races held on Liberation day are The Vega, The Beagle and The Liberation Day Trophy all with historic significance to the Liberation of the Channel Islands. First race of the day is the Vega named after the Red Cross Ship SS Vega that made several trips to Jersey with Red Cross parcels, then on 9th May 1945 HMS Beagle arrived at St. Helier harbour and later that day the island was liberated, hence the order of our races!
Saturday 15th – Sunday 16th May
The Spring Regatta is nearly upon us and promises some great racing in St Aubin’s Bay. Now is the time to enter, so here is the all important link to the NOR and entry form
If you are not planning to sail, offers of support on RIBS would be very much appreciated. Just contact Justin at email@example.com who is arranging the cover for the weekend.
Summer Term and Summer Holidays
Now the sun is out how would you like to learn to sail or power boat? Well at St Catherine’s we have a great set-up for training delivery, with a team of RYA qualified dinghy and powerboat instructors. Our Tony Cavey Training centre runs RYA courses, you can gain some great new skills. Here is the link you need to sign-up for a course http://www.scsc.org.je/?page_id=19 but don’t delay as they are filling up fast! This year too we are launching a new initiative aimed at youngsters; that combines sailing, power boating and kayak skills in one week! Details on the training pages. Any questions / expressions of interest are most welcome just e-mail the training team at firstname.lastname@example.org
St Catherine’s at the Boat Show
We hope you get a chance to visit the St Catherine’s marquee at the boat show this weekend. We have a great location just outside the maritime museum and a rota of club members keen to promote all we do!
If you’d like to learn to sail through our RYA accredited programme its not too late to book up for a summer course as there are spaces still. Check out the training course details here and please do come along and chat to the team this weekend to find out more as well.
This Sunday 1st May sailing is on at 10:00 am. it’s the Farley/Verney races 3 & 4. So make sure to organise your boat show visit around sailing!
Also Monday 9th May is the Liberation Day Regatta including Lunch. An event not to be missed.
2016 Spring Regatta
Hosted by RCIYC this is also fast approaching and sure to be a great weekend of sailing again from Sat 14th – Sun 15th May
Have you checked your boat lately?
A club member has just reported finding that a “small furry creature” had taken up residence in their boat berthed in the dinghy park. Some damage to boat covers and control lines had also occurred. So if you haven’t checked your boat for a while its recommended that you do so soon. We hope you’re not in for a similar surprise, but let a committee member know if you find your boat has been occupied as we are monitoring the situation!