We will be running a club safety boat day at the club to give you the opportunity to try the safety boats outside of the racing environment and with assistance from experienced club members and RYA instructors. The day will be split into workshops both on and off the water. These will range from beginners […]
Raced over the easter weekend, the four races that constituted the Easter Cup were won convincingly by Alan Chaplin and Philip Ayton in their Wayfarer – they counted a clean sweep of three wins. In second was Ralph Hussey in his K1 and the final podium position went to Toni and Jamie Wright in their […]
We’re excited to be joining forces with Lancing SC on the water this season. In the racing calendar there are two dates (May 31 and July 26) when we will share racing in an area off the church on Shoreham beach. A third date, 20 September is Barts Bash, which will again be hosted by […]
One of our Cat members has been to the club to discover that his mast has been taken down and one of the pins removed from the shrouds and taken. All members are advised to check over their boats before launching for the new season and if anything untoward is noticed, please let me know.
Club racing starts on Sunday 29 March but a lot of people will be keeping their powder (and boats!) dry until Easter weekend. The weekend schedule is as follows; Saturday 4 April Easter pursuit: 1400hrs Sunday 5 April Easter Cup 1 and 2: 1100hrs Monday 6 April Easter Cup 3 and 4: 1100hrs The galley […]
We had a fantastic turnout of 30 people for the working party on Saturday which ensured that the slipway is back in place for the new season. Thank you to everyone that turned up, and the hard work behind the scenes from John Mills that made it possible. Thanks too to the Mandy’s for the […]
Dutyman is now live for you to select the duties you wish to do this season. If you cannnot access dutyman, pleas email Richard Bramley who has put in a huge amount of effort to set it up for 2015. We have made the following changes this season in an attempt to ease the pressure […]
A number of Friday evenings have been identified when members and their families plan to sail, paddle, motor from the club to explore the upper-reaches of the Adur on the incoming tide, with a possible stop in Shoreham for a drink and/or food. These are informal expeditions and whilst there will not be any allocated […]
2014 was a great year for the Family and Improver days at Shoreham SC. Run over eight weekends by Gareth Grifiths and Kevin Headon, they provide a friendly, fun and safe opportunity for families and those looking for more practice, to get out on the water in the sheltered confines of Shoreham harbour. There is […]
In 2014 a total of 72 club boats raced at some point during the season. The most popular series was the Summer one, with 44 boats, closely followed by the Spring series and the second Wednesday evening series. We have hosted six open meetings, one championship, and welcomed a total of 78 visiting boats (58 […]
The Environment Agency will be doing an exhibiton at the club about the new Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls plans, covering Soldiers Point to Emerald Quay and South Wharf – which includes creating a new double-width concrete slipway at Shoreham SC. The exhibition will be at Shoreham SC 4-8pm on Wednesday 28 January and enable members […]
Membership renewals for 2015 have now been sent out so if you haven’t received an email from firstname.lastname@example.org then please check your junk email in the first instance (Email sent 10.30’ish Monday 5 January with Subject: Shoreham SC Membership renewal 2015′), and if there is nothing then get in touch.
The following fees for 2015 were agreed at the recent AGM. The small increase in fees will cover the rise in our overheads and bring us closer to the rates of our neighbouring clubs, yet still offering good value for money for club members. A 5% discount is available for members who pay all fees […]
A HUGE thank you to all the people that turned up on a grey November morning to help take up the slipway. It was no mean feat but in one morning we shifted 261 salt-sodden sleepers up on onto hard ground. For those that haven’t heard this is not something that will become a regular […]