Tapas Night

Submitted by stella

Join Us for a Social Evening at the Club
Friday 10th May at 7pm
with Tapas and a Glass of Sangria
All for £10
Sold out - sorry

Rya Sailing tuition and Coaching

Submitted by MickRS200

This scheduled RYA approved training course is now cancelled due to low numbers.

WSC hope to reschedule shortly.

Originally scheduled for Saturday 8th June and Sunday 9th of June at WSC.

This course is only open for members. Associate members (Rowing club) may also apply

"Bunting Night"

Submitted by stella

Join us for a "Bunting Party" this Friday 26th April from 7pm
We've old flags and sails to make lots of Bunting for the Clubs Open Day on Saturday 18th May.
So come along and enjoy a Drink, Chat and Bunting all for a good cause.
Please contact me at social@wsc.org.uk for more details

Tony Bennett Pursuit Race

Monday 22nd April - start times from 1430

Start times

Find your start number on the list - if your boat is not on the list of start times please email sailing@wsc.org.uk

Your start time is on the start of the next minute, eg. start 1 at 1432, start 17 at 1448

Family Fun Easter Bingo

Submitted by stella

Join us for a Family Fun Night of BINGO
Lots of great prizes with an Easter Raffle
Bar and Galley Open from 6pm for Bar Meals
£5.00 a book for 6 Games - Line and House Prizes
Eyes Down 7pm

Cove Pontoons Live!

Submitted by daddsie

The Cove Pontoon engineering work is now underway.

You can watch the action live from Weymouth harbour on the Harbour Master's webcam or the Old Harbour Dive Centre.

The Walcon Barge and work boat have been busy on their first day of work, pulling out the rotten green oak piles.

The work is expected to take 10 working days.

Starting the season in Cherbourg

Submitted by steve

Waking in a chilly dawn on board with the promise of N 5-6 to blow me on my way was not a hugely motivating start to the season, though the prospect of ending the day abroad for a change got me up and going, leaving the bay for the first time this year as the sun rose south of St Alban's, and the wind gradually filled in, from the NW then the true wind from the north, giving a pleasant if chilly broad reach down to the traffic in mid-Channel.

Playing Pontoon(s)

Submitted by jim1123

To add to the list of major maintenance activities being carried out at the Club this winter, the Squibbers have been working hard at replacing the decking on the Squib pontoons. The original, decaying, wooden bearers and planks have now been replaced on two of the pontoons by (hopefully) maintenance-free, recycled plastic bearers and resin decking panels.

Spring Lunch - Friday 5th April 2019

Submitted by stella

Join us for the annual Spring Lunch on Friday 5th April 2019, where Amanda has prepared a 3 course Spring menu served with coffee at £15.00 per person. Lunch served at 12.30pm
Please book via : www.wsc.org.uk/springlunch
For More Details please contact social@wsc.org.uk
(Bookings Close 29/03/19)

Viking 3 deck repair

Submitted by sin269

A big thank you to Richard Woof for his very professional replacement of a large area of deck on the port side, and some filling and re-glassing on the starboard side. The underlying ply had rotted because of water ingress through poorly constructed lockers on each side, and through the access hatch to the bilge pump which was, bizarrely, situated under the middle of the floor. The pump has now been re-sited above deck at the stern. The whole floor needs re-coating with deck paint, anyone willing to help please contact Simon Vines.

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