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    Roasts at SYC

    Come and enjoy a fabulous Sunday Roast!

    Published 14:56 on 8 Nov 2019

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    Solo rule changes cancelled.

    NSCA Announcement re Rule Changes Friday, October 25, 2019 Dear fellow Solo Sailors and Members of the NSCA Most, if not all of you, will be aware of the initiative to review the rule changes around certain aspects of the Solo, to ensure it remained in line with the wishes of all us who own and race it. I do not propose to enumerate the changes that were

    Published 19:13 on 25 Oct 2019

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    Solo Autumn Trophy. 19th/20th 2019

    Salcombe Autumn Solo Open.  19th/20th October 2019 by: Graham Cranford Smith Photos: Margaret Mackley  The Autumn Tyler Trophy Solo open meeting made it into the class fixture list this year. Consequently, the attendance was improved over 2018.  Even so Salcombe is miles from anywhere (hence its attraction) and has a richly deserved reputation for being somewhat difficult. Happily, the net effect was that twenty-four specialist

    Published 00:00 on 20 Oct 2019

  • Salcombe Yacht Club Autumn Series Race 7

    A dreich day greeted the more hardy sailors who turned out for the Salcombe Yacht Club Autumn Series Race 7.  Race officer John Wylie set the right course for a South South Westerly; Blackstone Gerston, Millbay, Crossways line, however with the race taking place on maximum spring flood tide it was to be most challenging. There were no takers for the Cadet Handicap race, so the Medium Handicap Fleet were first away, with the

    Published 09:27 on 15 Oct 2019

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    Lark Open Regatta

    After Saturday’s Lark Masters event, the stalwarts returned to the fray for the Open Meeting on Sunday 6 th October.  Three races were planned, which caused some trepidation for the more senior sailors! With glorious sunshine and strong winds forecast an exciting day was anticipated. However, once reaching the start line in the estuary it became evident that the swirling Salcombe winds were in play.  The OOD sensibly set the course away from

    Published 07:26 on 10 Oct 2019

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    Every two years the good and the great of the Lark class gather for a one-day Masters event followed by a party and an Open on the Sunday for those still able.  Salcombe YC were again chosen to host the event providing three back to back races in the harbour and the use of their excellent club house for the evening’s entertainment. Saturday dawned with far from auspicious conditions – flat calm and drizzle. 

    Published 10:57 on 8 Oct 2019

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    Terrific Start to Salcombe Yacht Club Rambling Season.

    On a beautiful autumnal morning at the start of October, the Salcombe Yacht Club Ramblers started the new season in style with a clear blue sky and the sun shining on them.  We all met, with a plethora of dogs at foot, at Oceans Restaurant on Bolberry Down for a stimulating cup of coffee where we were greeted by Emma Reece, the local National Trust Ranger, a fount of knowledge of all things ‘environmental,’ who

    Published 10:50 on 4 Oct 2019

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    Salcombe Yacht Club Autumn Series Race 5

    With winds forecast up to 30 knots earlier in the week it looked like racing might be cancelled in advance, however the reality on the day was a 15 to 25 knot West South Westerly weather window and a building flood tide, which allowed Nigel Blazeby the Race Officer to set the traditional Blackstone Gerston Blackstone Crossways course. Junior training had been cancelled due to high winds in the morning, so there were no

    Published 09:38 on 1 Oct 2019

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    Salcombe Yacht Club Autumn Series Race 4

    The wind direction at the start of racing on Saturday presented a conundrum for Race Officer Andy Postle and his team. Easterly with a touch of south in it meant that although there was plenty of breeze out at sea, in the Harbour on the Club start line conditions were very light and variable. One moment there would be a gust coming down from Yalton but the next would see the wind puffing in from

    Published 10:33 on 24 Sep 2019

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    This Weekend is the 150th Anniversary of the Salcombe Lifeboat.

    Come to the Club from 10.00 onwards to see the parade of old Lifeboats
    & see the RNLI Bazaar in Cliff House too

    Published 12:42 on 18 Sep 2019

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