Membership Berthing and the Clipper Bursary

Dear Sailors and Friends,

The new membership and dinghy berthing form is now available for you to print off and send to Jamie to ensure your 2017 membership and berthing is up to date. Please ensure that your boat is registered and paid up for the 2017 season, boats not registered at SCSC may be removed to allocate space.

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APPLY NOW FOR THE 2017 JERSEY CLIPPER BURSARY

Applicants of all ages are invited to apply for the 2017 mechanical bull for sale Jersey Clipper Bursary – a £1,000 cash award aimed at furthering maritime endeavour.
The bursary is designed to assist an Islander of any age to achieve a particular nautical ambition. This could be a trip on a tall ship, attending a training course, participation in a watersports competition, undertaking a marine biology field trip or competing in an ocean race – anything with a maritime theme.
The annual award, a legacy from the three Jersey campaigns in the Clipper Round-the-World Race, was established in 2007 through the generosity of Dandara, Les Pas Holdings and UBS. Further funding to ensure the future of the award has recently been provided by UBS, enabling the trustees to increase the main bursary to £1,000 and offer a runner’s-up award of £500.
The 2017 winner will follow in the wake of St Catherine’s Sailing Club member Katie Bennett-Jones who used the 2016 award to attend a Senior Dinghy Instructor course at the Rockley Watersports Centre in the UK.
‘The course was such hard work but so interesting and I have now come back full of new ideas and information,’ said Katie on her return to Jersey. ‘I cannot thank the trustees enough for giving me this amazing opportunity.’
Last year’s runner-up, surfer Hayden Bishop, used his award to help fund his participation in the British National Surf Championships held at Perranporth in Cornwall in October.
The deadline for submitting written applications for this year’s award is the end of April 2017. They should be no more than 200 words in length and should be emailed to philipjeune@gmail.com.