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Sealine South Coast - New Southampton Dealership
Sealine South Coast are back on the River Hamble. The factory backed dealership
is now at Hamble Point Marina. Their premises include a 9000sq ft indoor boat
showroom housing the latest Sealine boats, a fully equipped workshop
and new office suites.
They are proud to be associated with Royal Southern Yacht Club's 175th Anniversary.
Hamble Point Marina, Firefly Road, School Lane, Southampton S031 4NB
Tel: +44 (0| 2380 605 160 Fax: +44 (0) 2380 605 169
Phone: +44(0)1803 293370
Mobile: +44(0)7966 426917
E-mail: [email protected]
Aldenham Sailing Club
Aquarius Sailing Club
Ashdown Sailing Club
Ashlett Sailing Clubs
Black Swan Sailing Club
Bosham Sailing Club
Brading Haven Yacht Club
Brighton Marina Yacht Club
Brighton Sailing Club
Bristol Channel Yachting Association
Brunel University Sailing Team
Brunel University Sailing Team
Castle Cove Sailing Club
Castle Sailing Club
Channel Sailing Club
Chichester Cruiser Racer Club
Chichester Yacht Club
Chippenham Sailing and Canoeing Club
Crawley Mariners Yacht Club
Datchet Water Sailing Club
Dell Quay Sailing Club
Frensham Pond Sailing Club
Gerrards Cross Sailing Association
Gurnard Sailing Club, Isle of Wight
Hamble River Sailing Club
Hampton Sailing Club
Hayling Island Sailing Club
Hayling Sea School
Henley Sailing Club
Hillhead Sailing Club
Imperial College Sailing Club
Island Barn Reservoir Sailing Club
Island Sailing Club - Cowes
Itchenor Sailing Club
Junior Offshore Group
King George Sailing Club
Lee-on-the-Solent Sailing Club
Littlehampton Sailing and Motor Club
Littleton Sailing Club
Locks Sailing Club, Portsmouth
London Corinthian Sailing Club
Lymington Town Sailing Club
Maidenhead Sailing Club
Marchwood Yacht Club
Medley Sailing Club
Mengeham Rythe Sailing Club
Netley Sailing Club A.S.A.
Ocean Motion Windsurfing Club
Papercourt Sailing Club
Parkstone Yacht Club
Poole Yacht Club GP14s
Portchester Sailing Club, Hampshire
Queen Mary Sailing Club
Reading Sailing Club
Reading Sailing Club
Reading University Sailing Club
Rockley Cruising Club
Royal Air Force Yacht Club, Hamble
Royal Cruising Club
Royal Dorset Yacht Club
Royal Lymington Yacht Club
Royal Naval Sailing Association
Royal Ocean Racing Club
Royal Southampton Yacht Club
Royal Southern Yacht Club
Royal Thames Yacht Club
Royal Victoria Yacht Club
Royal Yacht Squadron
Sailing and Cruising Association
Sea View Yacht Club
Shanklin Sailing Club
Southampton Sailing Club
Staines Sailing Club
Sussex Yacht Club
Taplow Lake Sailing Club
Thames Motor Yacht Club
Thames Sailing Club
Thorney Island Sailing Club
University of Southampton - Staff Sailing Club
University of Surrey Sailing Club
University of Sussex Students Union Sailing Club
Warsash Sailing Club
Welwyn Garden City Sailing Club
Wembley Sailing Club
Weston Sailing Club, Southampton
Weymouth Sailing Club
Yateley Offshore Sailing Club
Arundel Boat Club (ABC - UK)
A new club has been formed for all residents of Arundel and surrounding area. Anyone with an interest in all things boat-related - from canoes to larger craft - is very welcome to 'come aboard'. You do NOT have to be an owner! The Arundel Boat Club aim is to enjoy the social life as well as life on the water.
Arundel Boat Club- small group members who enjoy being afloat on the Arun Canal
Arundel Boat Club was formed in July/August
2006 in the Black Rabbit pub, the result of a few likeminded people getting together to discuss how they might improve the social/leisure use of the river Arun. The matters discussed covered fishing,conservation, safety, environmental issues. wildlife and fuuna but the main interest for the club is boating and the Arundel Boat Club (ABC) wns born.
Although this happened a year ago ABC still has not been formally set
up as a club, mainly due to a lack of active members (Treasurer/ secretary etc). Many people are Enthusiastic,but are unable to help due to work and other commitments. Currently about a third of members are owners of small canoes, kayaks or trailer sized craft,another third own larger river launches, mainly moored around the Arundel area. The remainder are non-boat owners, Eventually it is intended that ABC eaters for all interested members with separate days for large or small craft, boat rallies as well as organised chartered boat trips.
Several boat rallies have already occurred. The second on 21st April was Open to all Starting at Pulborough at 8 am. The weather was superb, and the tides perfect for the downstream journey stopping off at Houghton for morning coffee, then the black Rabbit for lunch before returning on the incoming tide in the afternoon. A great day was had by all, with club-members helping each other when it came to the handling of boats in and out at the start and finish of the day. At other times members meet socially at rhe Norfolk and St Mary's Gate Inn (generally on the last Friday of The month).
The Boat Club ABC has
had the help and support of Sean O'Brien -Arundell Boatyard Owner. It is hoped thar the members will charter a trip one summer evening to Haughton later this year.
The Club has also had guidance from Mike Lashley, Chairman
of the local Solent and Arun branch of the Inland Waterways
He has advised on various features of organising a boat club. There
may well be joint activities in the future, If you would like to find out more about the IWA Solent and Arun Branch, then contact. by James Stewart
LUSC - UK Liverpool University Sailing Club
The Club:Uk Club based at the renowned "West Kirby Sailing club"focus on sail training and team racing and sail training. LUSC are open to all abilities be that an experienced racer/sailor or a complete beginner members
The Liverpool University Sailing Club sails at West Kirtoy Sailing Club and this year we've seen a huge number of students take to the water; many are well on their way to achieving Royal Yachting Association qualifications, while more able sailors have a free rein to take boats out and start racing.
For the 2010/11/12 season we have 2 teems, each of 6 people, who ocmpoto in Team Racing'; this oonasts of fast, furious, tactical matches where your three boats have to beat the other teem across the finish line. Our enthusstic sailors have been all over the countly, developing a strong team with the help of the experienced coaches at West Kirby. This year, thanks to support from Linkteters, we gained 5th place at the British Universities Sailng Association Regionals and eventualy quaifying for the BUCS National Finals for the first time in memory!
In in conjunction with Manchester Urwensty. we host an annual racing event. The Big Lash'. The team finished off a great season by winnig the Under 21's Trophy at a MASSIVE international event at West Kirby, which is phenomenal. The weekend was a fantastic success; socials in Liverpool were great fun and the team came 4 th (the best placing team) in a field of 18 teams. We have also been lucky to vvin the bid to host Nationals for 2012, and look forward to welcoming the 34 teems next year! | Live Sport:by Tessa Hamer
C/o Sport Liverpool Office,
Liverpool Guild Of Students.
160 Mount Pleasant,
An Association of Past Rotarians who through retirement or
"a too busy life"
wish to continue to enjoy the ethos and camaraderie of Rotary, but without the
need to attend on a weekly basis. The Past Rotarians Club of Chichester meet at lunchtime on the fourth Friday of each month at The Ship Hotel, Chichester.
For more information contact Nick Stuart-Nicolson 01243 863050
Hunter's Yard - Sailing on the Norfolk Broads
- UK /Environmentally Friendly Sailing boat Holidays/
Each experience is different - Experience the joys of sailing yacht on the picturesque rivers of the Thurne and Bure on our traditional wooden boats.
Hunter's Yard lies at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and is the home of this unique fleet of sailing cruisers. The yachts are craftsman built of mahogany on oak and boast the traditional gaff sloop rig with a boomed, self tacking jib. They are furnished with 6ft 2in single berths with ample storage beneath. All our yachts (except Sundew) are finished in bright varnishwork in the same manner as when they were first built.
five traditional wooden yachts
available now : Wood Violet & Rose – 1934, Wood Sorrel – 1933, Anemone – 1947 and Avens – 1949.(some you can see below)
Hustler Class Sail boat
photos: Hunter's Yard 2013 Brochure
The lifting cabin tops provide extra headroom and a full length awning can be erected converting the well into an extension of the cabin. Cooking is by gas in a fitted locker in the well and lighting is by bulkhead oil lamps. Each boat is fitted out with cutlery, crockery, saucepans and bedding except for sheets and tea towels. Buoyancy jackets are provided and their use is very much encouraged. There are no engines on any of the craft. A quant pole is provided for your convenience. Each yacht can accommodate one extra person on a floor mattress. Boat design: The traditional 1930s design of the boat sheds and the picturesque outlook along the dyke giving access to the River Thurne is the home of a unique fleet of mahogany yachts. This is the only fleet of traditional Broads yachts stiJLI together and in their original setting, and as such the Hunter Fleet and Hunter's Yard arc, truly, a national treasure. These are craft designed for enthusias- tic sailing rather than home comforts - there is no engine to take over if the wind drops! Each boat was built here by one family, many over 60 years ago, and they are recognised world wide for their elegance and excellence. Percy Hunter and his sons, Cyril and Stanley, built and ran the fleet from 1932 until 1968 when, in the year following Percy's death, the yard was purchased by the Norfolk County Council.
The yard: The yard will also continue to cater for private customers, many of whom return year after year to enjoy the simple pleasures of sailing the Hustlers, Woods and Lullabys. There is one major hurdle to overcome before the Trust can take charge; they need to raise the money to achieve their aims. This will enable them to purchase the yard and to set sail on an even keel. The target is £300,000 which is a substan- tial sum, but already some of it has been raised, and the Trustees are encouraged by the widespread and enthusiastic support for their plans.
Please see huntersyard.co.uk for details:
Horsefen Road Ludham NR29 5QG Tel:01692 678263