Roll Up . . .Roll Up . . .it’s the Commodore’s Regatta this Sunday with yet another sunny day and southerly breeze forecast. Racing will start at 10am sharp, with 3 races back to back before returning to shore for lunch and celebrations in the club.
Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow afternoon for 3 races back to back, followed by tea and cake in the Clubroom. A great way to round off half term!
Launching may be a bit tricky, so please arrive early and be prepared to help lift the dinghies of other competitors off the end of the slipway. Please also be aware of other slipway users and follow any instructions given by the SCSC slipway marshal.
Have a great weekend!
Due to tidal considerations races will be held back to back with the start time of the Beagle Open Handicap Race commencing as soon as possible after the finish of the Vega Pursuit Race and the Liberation Race likewise commencing as soon as possible after the finish of the Beagle Open Handicap Race. An amendment to the Sailing Instructions detailing this change has been posted under General Sailing Information on the club website.
Lunch will be served after racing has finished for the day.
The Liberation Day regatta takes place on Thursday, 9th May. The Vega pursuit race starts at 10:00, so please arrive at 9am. And then the sailors will come ashore for lunch.
The House committee will be serving a lunch of Chicken kebabs, Vegetarian quiche, New Potatoes and House Salads, along with Apple tart and Ice cream.
£5 for Adults, £3 for Juniors.
Please sign up in advance at Liberation Regatta to help our catering, but of course all welcome on the day!
All donations of cakes and salads as always gratefully received.
After lunch, two more open handicap races will be held back to back. First the Beagle, then the Liberation race.
We only run two pursuit races during the year and they are great fun, it may seem complicated at first but once you have started it is just great fun, please ask us at the club to explain the start sequence if you are unsure.
We will be exhibiting at the Barclays Boat Show in St Helier over the bank holiday 4th – 6th May. Come down to say hello and see our display which celebrates the sailing, racing and training that goes on at our club. You will also be able to view our plans to develop the clubhouse, complete with model.
We’re looking forward to some excellent sailing on Monday, with sunshine and a light SE for the Easer Regatta.
There will be three races for the main classes starting at 10am from the Committee boat under the leadership of the event Race Officer Bruno Gomes.
Ben Rogers will also be running a separate set of coached races for the Oppie training fleet.
The House Committee will be serving a full lunch at £5 per adult and £3 for the juniors.
Please sign up for lunch using the following link:
Our next RYA PB2 course will run on May 11th & 12th.
Only 3 spaces available and this fun 2 day course is suitable for any member who either drives a club RIB or goes afloat in their own and/or friends boat. The course covers launching and recovery, boat handling, securing to a buoy, anchoring, leaving and coming alongside, man overboard.
Open to any member from age 12 upwards although please note that under 16’s will receive an endorsed certificate which means they must be accompanied by an adult until they turn 16.
Please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
The weather forecast for Monday is looking wonderful with a nice Force 2 to 3 from the north east, sun and flat water, just perfect!
There’s no better way to start your sailing season, so why not get that cover off and join in, no excuses, 1st race starts at 10am!
More details under the Sailing drop down menu above – Fixtures
If you would like some assistance in getting your youngster afloat or have a problem with your boat that we can help with, please let us know before the weekend.
Family and friends are welcome to join us in the Clubhouse for tea and cake during the event.
Looking forward to seeing you all on the water, Happy Easter!
Dear Sailors and Friends,
The annual Fitting out Supper is this Saturday (16th March) at the clubhouse starting at 7pm.
It reintroduces families and friends back into the club after the winter, with a theme of ‘Tropical’ with food and games to suit.
Dress is encouraged to embrace the theme with prizes for best dressed and games for everyone!
£10 for adults and £5 for children 10yrs and under, tickets in advance on https://webcollect.org.uk/scsc/event/tropical-fitting-out-dinner
Look forward to seeing you there!
POSTPONED to a later date
St Helier walk on Sunday 24th February 2019. All ages welcome! Pre booking required…
Join us for a town tour with a twist between 1400 and 1700 on Sunday 24th Feb!
Guided by Blue Badge guides we will start in West’s Centre where we will split into two groups for a fascinating tour of St Helier.
Each team will take a different route around the town with their guide.
We’ll then meet up just over an hour later in the Royal Square, for refreshments and for a quick tale of the Battle of Jersey.
The groups would then split up into separate teams, armed with a scavenger hunt type questionnaire, and spend 30 minutes or so hunting down their answers, and taking some fun photographs for bonus points.
At a designated time the teams all gather in the Royal Square for paper marking and presentation of a winners “trophy”.
YOU MUST PRE BOOK YOUR PLACES by clicking here https://webcollect.org.uk/scsc/event/winter-walk-1 . There is a very small fee of £3.50 per head to cover the professional guides fees and any surplus will be donated to our club charities. Non members are welcome to join but if possible please pay for them before the walk as a hosting member.
For more information please contact Nick Queree email@example.com