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  • Sailing School Courses

    Our next Level 1 sailing course will be running this weekend (19 th /20 th August) and we still have a few places available. If you are unavailable this weekend then there are still plenty of opportunities to take part in Sailing School activities over the next few months; so if you or any of your friends and family would like to learn or develop existing skills, then please do get in touch.

    Published 09:09 on 14 Aug 2017

  • Camping Weekend - Sailing

    Come along and join in the fun at our August Camping/Glamping weekend. Come and try out different boats, Canoes, PaddleBoards, bring the family and enjoy the Saturday evening BBQ, lit around 7pm, BYO food to cook on the communal BBQ. Gin will be flowing,

    Published 17:26 on 10 Aug 2017

  • Race Coordinator Message

    NOTICE: Please direct all race coordination queries to Richard Hargreaves. Nigel Denchfield after very many years coordinating the racing at the club, has decided to step down. Nigel has done a sterling job running the racing, teaching and passing his skills on to others and will be sadly missed, Richard has some large boots to fill, but I am sure he will step upto the job. As commodore representing the whole Sailing activity, I would like to

    Published 03:26 on 17 Jul 2017

  • Try Sailing At Stewartby

    This summer, in conjunction with the RYA, we are running 2 evening sessions where people can 'Try Sailing'. These are on the 28th June and 12th July. Each evening will be split in to 2 sessions, the first one starting at 18:30 and the second at 19:30. Each session will last about an hour, where you will be taken out in a double handed sailing dinghy with either an instructor or an experienced helm. This

    Published 17:31 on 22 Jun 2017

  • Fastnet personal hadicap result

    Well done to Phil Clarke personal handicap winner of the fastnet series (largely due to his transition from the swimming a lot to the swimming not so often stage of RS600 sailing!) https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzOdODDtJa... as we have now concluded the series I have recalculated the personal handicaps. and added the new QE codes. How personal handicap works: your number is calculated based on a rolling years worth

    Published 21:06 on 24 May 2017

  • ​Exciting Development! A New Club Championship format for 2017

    From the Club's formation in 1972, and the first full racing programme in 1973 Stewartby developed quickly. Despite limited shore side facilities, small wooden clubhouse, a bus for changing rooms and chemical toilets housed in old Vauxhall packing cases, enthusiasm was high and water activity was intensive. During those early years various class fleets came into existence, and disappeared as the dinghy sailing revolution swept through with new boats every year. Alongside the class

    Published 18:04 on 15 May 2017

  • Club Fleet (Free to members)

    The fleet is avaiible every sunday and wenesday nights when there is safety cover and is free of charge to members. The club fleet comprises: 2 x lasers with all three rigs new this season and full XD kit. 2 x Sport 14 dinghies, an nice stable dinghy ideal for taking the family out in, but also with trapeze and aysmetric spiniker for the more adventurouse. 1 x laser II fun.

    Published 17:11 on 24 Apr 2017

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    'PUSH THE BOAT OUT' AND TRY SAILING THIS MAY AT STEWARTBY WATER SPORTS CLUB

    PTBO - PUSH THE BOAT OUT

    Published 14:41 on 21 Apr 2017

  • The first wenesday

    despite a sub par forcast we had cracking sail tonight with a nice F3 gusting 4 breeze and a nice long beat from A to 4 and plenty of Gybes on the way to the bottom to keep things intresting! so Thanks To John Williamson for a good course. also well done to Michelle for a first win on personal hadicap. Results as follows. PY

    Published 20:20 on 5 Apr 2017

  • ​Short Course racing; March 26th.

    The pre –summer season warm up event really was a warm up. The sun was bright, the sky blue, and we had a splendid 10-15mph breeze. The sailors were experiencing a new style of racing, with the course comprising beat-run-beat –run with a gate at the end of the first run and a downwind finish. Generally the whole fleet finished within a 10-14 minute period, which was good for rapid turn round…if you messed up

    Published 19:12 on 27 Mar 2017

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