Volunteer or Swap requested for Bar
Details will be available in the club house foyer with sign up sheets and seating plan. Numbers are limited this year so it will be first come first served with members having priority.
The Barts Bash charity and world record attempt will take place at sea on the 21st @10:30. The race will go ahead no matter how many boats we get but we need 25 on the water to enter for the world record. CSC will be running a Harbour Race on the same day. Both of these events are Open to other clubs. Please register on line @ http://www.bartsbash.co.uk/. We are looking for a minimum of £5 registration fee, this will go directly to the The Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation. So far 7,431 sailors in 705 global venues have raised an amazing £51,653.67.
Calling all Juniors - Christchurch Sailing Club are running this event. Racing starts 12.30 Saturday and 13.30 Sunday come on down and see if we can win that Trophy back!
Club Shop where you can find details of customised club clothing and other items. Or go to 'Club' Tab and pick 'Club Shop' from drop down list.
The club house is a fantastic venue for your next big occasion. Available to members only...
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We also have a TOPPER fleet contact Alan Tarrant
fleet page to be added
Topper pictures wanted
Autumn Junior Regatta at Christchurch Sailing Club
Event Date: 29-31 October 2008
Christchurch Sailing Club’s Autumn Junior Regatta took place from 29th to 31st October. 10 young sailors from Mudeford, Highcliffe & Christchurch Sailing Clubs braved icy conditions to take part in the 3 day event, held during the half-term holiday. Wednesday’s two races took place in a light north-easterly and were dominated by Joanne Arnell sailing her Topper to two 1st places. Close behind were Liam Cure (Topper) and Jim Sowden / Ariella Thompson in their RS Feva.
With gusts over 28 knots, Thursday’s races were cancelled and Race Officer, Tony Lock, scheduled 3 races in blustery conditions on Friday. The stronger breeze suited Jamie Tarrant (Topper) who scored two 1sts & a 2nd, with Jim & Ariella sailing consistently to record a 2nd & 1st in the final two races. Jack Arnell, sailing a Radial, enjoyed the stronger winds to finish the series with a 2nd & two 3rd places.
The final positions were very close, with the top 3 crews separated by just two points.
1st Jamie Tarrant (Highcliffe SC)
2nd Jim Sowden / Ariella Thompson (Highcliffe SC/Mudeford SC)
3rd Joanne Arnell (Christchurch SC)
4th Liam Cure (Christchurch SC)
5th Jack Arnell (Christchurch SC)
6th Matt Hemus (Highcliffe SC)