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    Spring Series 4 - Sunday 13th May

    A light westerly breeze on a sunny Sunday morning helped Graham Deegan and Judith French on their RS400 take the win in the fast handicap from the RS100's sailed by Giles Peckham and Simon Davies. The catamarans were kept ashore by the cable laying vessels working in the bay. In the Medium Handicap, the RS Aero's liked the small course and took the top three places. First home was Jane Peckham followed by Libby Deegan

    Published 11:23 on 15 May 2018

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    Wednesday Spring Series 3 - 2nd May

    The weather cleared on Wednesday evening for a fine evening of racing in a fresh north westerly. The plug was out in the solent so the race box set a challenging course around the bay keeping competitors off the shallows. Carl Blenkinsop took the bullet in the cats ahead of Shaun Kellett and Tony Wyeth. In the fast handicap Tim Harris reportedly forgot that an RS500 doesn't have wings which may have

    Published 07:17 on 3 May 2018

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    Mike Martin Memorial Race - Sunday 29th April

    The 15 knot cold North Easterly breeze didn't seem that inviting for the annual Mike Martin Memorial trophy. The race, designed to get all classes racing together on a single course, makes for an exciting time on the water and congestion on mark rounding. The final results are worked out on an average lap time basis allowing slower classes a chance of winning against the faster boats. 27 boats started. The majority of boats managed

    Published 19:48 on 29 Apr 2018

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    Spring Series 2 - Sunday 22nd April

    Gurnard Sailing Club held its first cadet training weekend for its growing RS Tera fleet. The young sailors were coached on the Saturday and Sunday and also took part in the Sunday racing. Over the weekend, a lot of fun was had and good techniques learnt. The 43 starters for the Sunday morning race had to sail against a strong flood tide in a light but pleasant South Westerly wind. Boats staying inshore to

    Published 10:54 on 23 Apr 2018

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    Spring Series 1 - Sunday 15th April

    Signs of summer increased the number racing in Gurnard Bay on Sunday. An offshore breeze made for shifty winds on a flat sea. The Shadow catamarans were sent around East Lepe and were headed home by Paul Bowen from the visiting James French. The fast handicap had an impressive 12 starters. Young Oliver Evans and Toby Atherton took the win on their super quick 29er from Brett Aarons in second and Tim Wilkins in third.

    Published 08:47 on 16 Apr 2018

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    Sailing Update April 2018

    What's coming up at GSC this month.

    Published 09:51 on 10 Apr 2018

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    Island Businesses Sonar Regatta

    The Island Sailing Club is hosting a series of races for Island Businesses and Sailing Clubs. Over 3 Wednesday evenings we are running up to 3 races each night followed by a meal back in our restaurant. We'd be delighted if you might like to make up a team and come and join us. We already have some local businesses keen to come again after enjoying themselves last year. I have pleasure in attaching

    Published 09:42 on 10 Apr 2018

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    Early Bird 3 - Sunday 25th March

    The gentle breeze and lack or any snow and ice helped more boats take to the water on Sunday. The Shadow catamaran fleet had 8 boats completing. The light wind kept the boats close and most mark rounding had three boats abreast. Paul Bowen fought hard for the win. The RS700 helmed by Ben Willows beat the chasing RS100 who made up the bulk of the fast handicap fleet. The RS Areo sailors in the

    Published 17:43 on 25 Mar 2018

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    Chilli & Quiz Night

    Published 18:28 on 14 Mar 2018

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    Early Bird 1 - Sunday 11th March

    Gurnard Bay good number of excited sailors take to water for the first race of the new season. A gusty off-shore breeze proved to be a good challange. The fast handicap was won by Brett Aarons on his RS100 after Ollie Evans and Toby Atherton suffered a broken mast on their super fast 29er and the rest of the fleet came ashore early. The Olympic Finn helmed by James Downer won the medium handicap

    Published 17:16 on 11 Mar 2018

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