Star Wars Themed fitting out Supper

Dear Sailors and Friends.

The eagerly awaited start to the season kicks of with the fitting out Supper at the club on Saturday 18th March at 7pm.

This year’s theme will be Star Wars!! Food/fun and games! Food to be served includes Hans Inflatable Water Slide Burgers, La Cantina chilli and Yoda Soda! Prizes for best costumes.

Tickets @ £8 per person and £5 per child under 10yrs.

Please contact Alison and Sarah on the email below to reserve your place, spaces are limited so a waiting list will apply.

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                               May the force be with you! 


Learn to Sail Courses now on line.

The Tony Cavey RYA Centre at St Catherine’s Sailing club has now offered it’s 2017 courses on line.

All courses from beginner to race training with spinnaker as well as adult courses and the very popular Multi Activity course are available to down load, print off and apply through the post.

Please hurry if you want to get your young sailor (or yourself) enrolled this season. Our courses are very popular, and prove to be the best in value and obtaining RYA qualifications.



Katie Bennett-Jones (pictured above) will be the Senior Instructor this Season.

Go to RYA Training at the top for details of course dates.

Race Committee Training.

TITLE: Race Organisation & Management Session on 12 March at 11.00h

The SCSC Sailing Committee would like to invite all members assigned to organising and preparing races in the 2017 calendar to a session on race Organisation and Management.

This short session will last 1-2h and is designed to share best practices and respond to questions regarding the organisation & management of races

Key topics will include…

– Using Dutyman to consult and change your assignments to the 2017 sailing calendar

– Explain the main roles in race management

– The Race Officer kit bag

– Setup of the race course

– Signals and sounds – The flags and signals guide & a live example of the team in action

This session is also open to anyone interested in race management but not currently assigned to roles on duty man

This will be held on the SCSC clubhouse and light refreshments will be available,

Thank you in advance for your support in the  2017 Club sailing season,

Best Regards

Bruno Gomes

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“Let’s go Sailing” Eve

Our partner in sailing, St Helier Yacht Club, has initiated a programme to attract more sailors and boats to organised
cruising and racing.

To mark the start of the “Let’s Go Sailing” programme St HYC is holding an open house social evening at the St Helier Yacht club, South Pier, on Wednesday 1st March starting at 1900 HRS.
Jeff Speller and other St HYC Club officers will introduce the programme and provide further details. The St. HYC is pleased to invite all interested potential and current sailors and boat owners. Refreshments will be served.
For further information or to register your attendance please telephone the Yacht Club on 732229

RYA Assistant Instructors required! 

Are you in school year 10 or above? If you are a club member, regular sailor and keen to join the team teaching sailing at the Tony Cavey Training Centre at St Catherine’s then we would like to hear from you as we will shortly be bouncy castle for sale training the next batch of RYA Assistant Instructors. Entry criteria are as follows:

+You must be 15 years old (or in Year 10 at school, therefore turning 15 before 1st September)
+You must hold the RYA Powerboat Level 2 certificate
+You must hold a First Aid certificate, recognised by the RYA (We will be running this course in the Spring)
+You must undertake and pass the 2 day RYA Assistant Instructor Course