Geoff Allen, stalwart member of the club, has been extremely busy making a new notice board. The finished result is beautiful and gives a great first impression to the club. Geoff also has made two new membership card boxes - you will see these behind the bar! And of course he made the beautiful RNLI thermometer by the front door to indicate our fundraising for the RNLI 150th year. Thank you Geoff for
Published 10:45 on 14 Feb 2019
We are excited to announce that our Headline Sponsor for Merlin Rocket week 2019 is Salcombe Gin it's fantastic to have their support for this prestigious event. Merlins keep an eye on the website for up to date news! # MerlinRocketWeek # SalcombeYachtClub # SalcombeGin
Published 11:37 on 12 Feb 2019
ENTRY LIST AMENDMENT Merlin 3656 Andrew Gardiner has withdrawn. Merlin 3740 Pat Blake has accepted a place. Merlin 3770 Jack Holden is WL1. TITLE SPONSOR. We will be announcing a new title sponsor for Merlin Week, shortly..... Well, soonish, then.
Published 00:00 on 11 Feb 2019
1800 – 1900 – Happy hour prices and a delicious curry! (FOOD SERVED UNTIL 2000hrs) Adult Member £15 Child Member U12 £12 Adult Guest of Member £18 Child Guest of Member U12 £15 Please book via the website
Published 09:51 on 25 Jan 2019
We are hosting a Pop-up shopping event at SYC during Merlin Rocket week in July. If you are a local business wishing to book a table to sell your goods please contact Jules@salcombeyc.org.uk Tables are going fast!
Published 11:55 on 18 Jan 2019
RNLI talk and supper at the yacht club 11th January. Please book online if you wish to come, we will not be able to take more dinner requests after 10am Thursday morning. Thanks in advance& we look forward to seeing you there! https://www.salcombeyc.org.uk/...
Published 14:50 on 8 Jan 2019
Twenty two dinghies together with bleary eyed sailors made it to the starting line for the first race of 2019, forming the final part of the Salcombe Yacht Club Festive Series. Race Officer Ian Stewart set a two lap course around the harbour on a fitful northerly breeze and a neap flood tide. After a brief postponement the fleet got away, heading for the Crossways mark, with Dan Bridger’s Aero 9
Published 14:20 on 2 Jan 2019
The Boxing Day race is a popular event in the Salcombe Yacht Club sailing calendar. Race Officer Mandy Henderson set two laps of a triangular course within the harbour on a spring ebb tide, with a south easterly breeze, ranging from nothing to a little. 23 boats made it to the starting line area, with many struggling to get to the line, possibly due to the course direction being reversed in an attempt to
Published 00:00 on 30 Dec 2018
The recent run of poor weather relented enough for a very competitive Festive Series race to be played out on a feisty and overcast 22 nd December Saturday morning. Twenty five boats answered the single start handicap race and most of the fleet expertly lined up at the start gun to embark on a gusty first beat to the Blackstone mark at the mouth of the estuary. There were capsize casualties right from the beginning of the
Published 10:27 on 26 Dec 2018
I am sure most of you have seen the amazing adventure that these 4 girls are going to embark on, rowing crossing the Atlantic, which includes SYC member Mike Read's daughter-in-law and granddaughter. They are raising money for the Devon Air Ambulance Trust if you want to sponsor them or just keep an eye on their journey please see the link to the website below. http://www.astro-to-atlantic.c...
Published 11:06 on 11 Dec 2018