YOBs Review of 2019

This year we have had a great year for fun including getting the Optimists out for the little ones, learning how to sail and once again the return of sailing rugby. Sailing rugby is a very complicated and intricate game in which the boats are evenly split for teams and the ball is thrown and the first team to get the ball to their buoy wins; however you may only hold the ball for 30 seconds and you can be tackled by the touch of a hand on a boat. This game has improved a lot of our tacking and gybing skills and has also improved our competitive spirit (if that is possible of course).

2019/2020 CIO Trustees and General Committee

Submitted by wsc.61

The Club is now fully established as a CIO following the recent AGM where five new Trustees were elected together with a new General Committee.

For more information please read the following document which introduces the Trustees and General Committee members.

20 Years JOGging

Submitted by daddsie

Club member and former Commodore Kathy Claydon was awarded the Junior Offshore groups Yacht of the year Imperator trophy at this year’s award ceremony in Southampton. Kathy a member of JOG for twenty years keeps her 37-foot yacht Arcsine at the council marina in Weymouth harbour.

And now the weather...

Submitted by steve

While checking to see when and if it was going to stop raining today (probably not), I found this image of an impressive cold front sweeping down to where my friend Olivier is at the moment sailing to the Caribbean and some sunshine in his 67ft yacht Capo di Fora.

H enjoys the view

Submitted by Tim Day

Mark H washed ashore in the recent gales enjoys the sunshine and watches the Class 3 boats in the Bay.

South Side Harbour Christmas Fayre

Submitted by stella

Join us in Brewers Quay on Saturday 30th December and Sunday 1st December - some great stalls for Christmas Present ideas. The Sailing Club and Rowing Club have joined forces and are running a Stall. So come along, join us for a Coffee and Cake for a donation. Christmas Wreaths to buy, Lucky Dips, Raffle, Treasure Maps and test yourself on the Rowing Machine. Bring Family and Friends and find out more about both clubs.

That time of year

Submitted by Tim Day

Well as winter winds increase mark O comes to its favourite garden on Greenhill! This is not the first time this little blighter has been loafing on the patio. Hopefully it will arrange a taxi ride to the club!

Firework Night

Submitted by stella

Join us at the Club on Tuesday Night (5th November) and watch the Annual Fire Work Display from the comfort of the Club House - the Bar and Galley opens at 6.00pm with Amanda serving sausages and mash (vegetarian and other options available). Come on down and bring Family and Friends.

Halloween Party

Submitted by stella

Join us at the club Friday 1st November to continue the Halloween celebrations 6.30pm onwards ....
Come and join in the spooky fun this year, with games and ghoulish treats in store!
Fancy dress competition with prizes for adults and children.
Bring along your Pumpkin to enter in the carving competition for all ages and all sizes of pumpkin.
Please bring a plate of food to share.
Friends and Family welcome from 6.30pm

The RNLI Fish Supper

Submitted by stella

You are invited to an evening of Fun, Fish and Fundraising for the RNLI

With Special guests "The Dorset Wrecks" entertaining us with their Sea Shanties

Saturday 19th October @ 7pm

Enjoy a wonderful menu for £15.00 per person

Please book on line www.wsc.org.uk/2019rnlisupper

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