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    Sharp's Doom Bar Merlin Week 2018. Update 19/2/2018

    Photo kind permission: Jenny Dodds Update 8/2/2018 Status: New crew detail for Simon Kerr, Bronte S/no. 3663: Jenny Rowe. If your name is asterisked on the entry list, this means we do not have your date of birth. We would like it for trophy allocation purposes.   Please email it to gcranfords@gmail.com  Also: Crew detail If you know your crew detail

    Published 22:29 on 19 Feb 2018

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    RYA Powerboat Level 2

    Why not do your powerboat level 2 with us? Did you know that we are an RYA Training Centre and can offer a variety of courses for our members.  Each year we run the RYA Youth Sailing courses for our cadets and are really interested to see what other courses our members would like to see on

    Published 13:09 on 8 Feb 2018

  • January 200 Club Winners

    1st.  180, Tim Fells.  2nd. 24, no owner. 3rd.  120, Liz & Andy Savell. Congratulations!

    Published 11:08 on 24 Jan 2018

  • Salcombe Yacht Club Festive Series Race 2 and 3

    Salcombe Yacht Club held the final two races of the season over the holiday period, the first on Boxing Day, the second on New Year’s Day. The Boxing Day race saw a welcome return of south westerly winds and 17 competitors lined up for the start in a force 3 breeze that strengthened steadily as the race wore on. Race Officer Barney Greenhill set a windward leeward course with a leg down to

    Published 13:39 on 3 Jan 2018

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    Salcombe Yacht Club Festive Series Race 1

    Another Saturday, another high-pressure system and another light and fluky north westerly; Salcombe’s sailors are having to get used to a persistent lack of wind this autumn and winter. It is hard to believe that it was only two years ago that a succession of gales virtually wiped out all sailing in November and December. Nevertheless, 17 boats lined up for the start of the first race of the Festive Series in which all classes

    Published 12:50 on 19 Dec 2017

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    Salcombe Winter Series Race 5

    Far out in the cosmos, the sun and moon together, conspire that in Salcombe, low water spring tides invariably occur around mid-day. This happens to be the start time, thereabouts, of the SYC club racing programme. Last Saturday and more locally, a substantial high-pressure system also dominated the British Isles. This meant there was no wind to be had in Salcombe other than in the dinghy park. This being

    Published 15:16 on 4 Dec 2017

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    ​YOUNG SAILORS CELEBRATE SUCCESS

    After stowing away the club dinghies and hanging up their wetsuits for the winter, young sailors from Salcombe Yacht Club marked the end of an active season of sailing with an evening of celebration and prize giving at the club house in Salcombe.  From May to October they have been learning to sail, making friends and having fun, while of course getting wet !  With one of most perfect sailing locations to be found anywhere,

    Published 12:25 on 29 Nov 2017

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    Salcombe Yacht Club Winter Series Race 4

    Saturday sailing - Winter Series

    Published 00:00 on 27 Nov 2017

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    Floral Workshop - Weds 22 November

    The Floral Workshop held on Weds 22 November at the Club was a great success. Our thanks go to Pam Smout who ran the workshop. All the ladies had a wonderful morning, starting  off with coffee and homemade cookies followed by a comprehensive lesson in flower arranging. The results were superb - as you can tell from the photo - do come and join us for the Christmas Wreath Workshop on Weds 29th November.

    Published 14:24 on 22 Nov 2017

  • Winter Race Series 3

    Salcombe Yacht Club Winter Series Race 3 A fresh westerly breeze with a touch of autumnal chill and the occasional patch of sunshine combined to create pleasant sailing conditions on Saturday afternoon. A spring tide low water shortly before the start lead the Race Officer to keep the fleets in the main part of the Estuary, setting a beat to Blackstone and a run down to Saltstone, followed by a Blackstone/Crossways lap

    Published 16:07 on 21 Nov 2017

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