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    Salcombe Yacht Club Winter Postponement Race.

    To be fair to all competitors, today's race didn't count towards the Winter Series, due to it being postponed by 24hours. The Race officer - Julian Meek. The Course - 7,3,7,X,3,2. The Tide - out, then out some more.  The Wind - rubbish, then great, then rubbish again..! The Race - Just for fun. Handicap Race - by John Burn In typical North Westerly fashion, nailing the

    Published 22:06 on 5 Dec 2021

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    Dinghy Laying Up Supper and Prize Giving Results

    Published 15:24 on 3 Dec 2021

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    We are excited to be welcoming back Wild Artichokes to SYC

    THE WILD ARTICHOKES POP UP EVENTS ARE ALL ABOUT FESTIVE FEASTING & SHARING. WA is on the road, with pop up events taking place around the South Hams and we're excited to be welcoming them back to The Salcombe Yacht Club on Saturday 11th December. They've selected their favourite, tried and tested locations, as well as some stunning new ones; at each venue, you'll receive the warm welcome, great service and

    Published 08:36 on 1 Dec 2021

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    South West Pursuit Race

    With Storm Arwen barrelling through the South West on Saturday and the forecast predicating strong winds gusting up to 50mph it was decided to postpone the annual South West Water pursuit race by 24 hours.  What a difference a day makes, conditions on Sunday morning initially had the estuary resembling a mirror, not a breath of wind but on the plus side at least the wind chill wasnt so bad.  For

    Published 22:01 on 28 Nov 2021

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    Salcombe Yacht Club 2021 Winter Series, Race 4

    Handicap  - The sailors were in for yet another light wind affair and subsequently this led to a much lower turn out.  The Course 3-2-3-2-3-2. The fleet all opted for a town side start except Amy Cleaves in an Aero 7 who decided the Portlemouth shore was the place to be. Initially it looked promising but unfortunately for her it did not pay off and the rest of the fleet

    Published 22:06 on 21 Nov 2021

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    We've updated the bar!

    Our Bar Manager, Ben, has been a busy bee decorating and sprucing up the bar. Ok, admittedly, there's only a few subtle changes but it has made a huge difference to the overall look of the bar area.  A newly painted bar and wall, new beer pumps, carpet cleaning and a few additional plants has transformed the Clubhouse in time for the busy Christmas season. Make sure you pop

    Published 13:45 on 18 Nov 2021

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    Family Night with End of Season Cadet Prize-giving.

    Friday night was the annual cadet party and prize-giving with bingo and a contemporary close-up magician. The night saw a successful turnout with over 55 attending for a fun filled evening with food, bingo and magical entertainment.  The night started off with three games of bingo, surprisingly it was the adults who struggled with the concept of the game, not the Cadets, which was subsequently dominated by the Turns family who walked

    Published 16:54 on 17 Nov 2021

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    Salcombe Yacht Club 2021 Winter Series, Race 3

    The forecast wasn't looking great for the 3rd race in the Winter Series and unfortunately, it wasn't wrong. A light north-westerly meant, as usual, the little wind that there was had a complete mind of its own. Racing was very tricky and tested the skill set of the competing Sailors. That being said, there was a bumper turnout for the handicap fleet which saw 17 boats take on the challenging conditions, only one less

    Published 21:02 on 15 Nov 2021

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    Salcombe Yacht Club 2021 Winter Series, Race 2.

    A strong ebb tide, the wind, again, predominantly from the west and some pretty punchy gusts ripping down the estuary made for some exciting racing.  Tim Fells was OOD and set a course of 1, 7, 1, 3, all to port for both Handicap and Solo fleets. Handicap  Race: -  Capsizing was order of the day for some and gear failure for others, notably Simon Ballantine

    Published 17:03 on 7 Nov 2021

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    Club Night!

    Last Nights Club Night was the busiest yet! If you haven't attended one of our Club Nights, what are you waiting for?  A 'Club Night' was suggested by one of our members during one of the last, extremely popular, Sailor-bowl evenings, which are held during the summer months after the mid-week racing series.  With the summer season ending and the mid-week sailing coming to a close, the mid-week 'social' element for the

    Published 11:37 on 5 Nov 2021

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