Dinghy Racing

The Frostbite Series is now well under way, and last Sunday 13th racing was sailed in interesting but fun winds. Although there were capsizes the rescue boat coped admirably and even if everyone ended up testing their buoyancy aids a good time was had by all. The results are as follows.

In first place was the Osprey sailed by Jaime Bohata and Tim in second was Daniel sailing a Laser in third Ben also in a Laser although after a hard sail he did not finish.

Cruiser Racing

The cruiser racing season is now over and it seems all too soon, throughout the season 14 races were sailed and the best seven races counted to the trophies which will be presented at the annual dinner at Trefloyne on Friday Nov 15th.

 

Junior Sailing

The Wednesday Junior sailing sessions have now finished for the year, watch this space early next year for registration dates.

There will be a junior Xmas party early on Wednesday Dec 11th.

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete. We are very close to achieving the total so please come down to the final next month.

The next quiz will be held Sat 26th September at 1930 so come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Dinner Dance

The annual dinner dance and prize giving will take place at Trefloyne Manor on Friday 15th November at 1930. This is a great night organised by the Commodore for the sailors and members of the club. Good food, good company, excellent location and entertainment by singer Kelsey Joe to dance the night away.

The menu has been emailed out to all that have registered their email address, it is also online at the sailing club’s website where you can down load the order form or order online. Full details and payment details can also be found there. There will be an additional snail mail drop coming through your door soon.

AGM

The AGM will take place at the club the day after the Dinner Dance on Saturday 16th November starting at 1930.

The Bar

The bar will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 am, and will also be open earlier for the Wales Rugby matches. The club will also be open during the week during the school half term break.

The Harbour Restaurant

Dai Ellis and his team look forward to welcoming you to the launch of Harbour Restaurant Tenby today Friday 18th from 1800. The Harbour Restaurant will be open all weekend serving up delicious local produce. The infamous Sunday Roasts are also making a welcome come back serving from mid-day. Bookings are advisable so please phone Dai Ellis on 07812397193 to book a table.

Change of T.S.C. Constitution

Three Month Notice

At the Annual General Meeting on the 16th November 2019 there will be an item on the agenda to change the clubs’ constitution. Every year one of the items on the agenda is the club’s membership fee, the Committee would like to put a proposal that it is the Committee, in conjunction with the accountant are best placed to evaluate the clubs finances and capital spends for the next year, then decide whether or not membership fees should be raised, frozen or indeed lowered for the next year. If passed then it would come into effect Nov 2020. This will be voted on at the A.G.M. on Sat 16th Nov 2019 by those members present at the meeting.

Membership

Becoming a member in Sept and Oct can have its benefits, if you join now then you will have the rest of the year for free so the next renewal would be in Jan 2021. Also you would beat the price rise in November should there be one.

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

On Tuesday the 24th five boats braved the element and took to the water for a close matched race, in first place was Steve and Jasmine in the Rs 200 then next in second was the Scorpion sailed by Peter and Igor. Next in third was Ted and Lucas in an Osprey the in forth another Osprey sailed by Jamie and Tim. Last be not by any means least in fifth was Josh in a laser. The race was a close-run thing as only twelve seconds separated the top three after corrected times.

The Frostbite Series is now on, there were two races sailed last Sunday the 6th Oct in race one top of the shop was the Osprey of Mike and Deanna, in second Jamie and Dave also in and Osprey and third yet another Osprey sailed by Ted and Lucas. In fourth came the Laser helmed by Ben and in fifth the RS AERO 7 sailed by Dyfan. The Laser 200 sailed by Jon and Amelia had a great race but due to difficulties ended up recording a did not finish so picked up seven points.

In race two four boats stayed out on the water and the results were Mike and Deanna first in an Osprey then Ted and Lucas in their Osprey, in third Ben in the Laser and then Jamie and Dave in the last of the Ospreys.

 

Cruiser Racing

The cruiser racing season is now over and it seems all too soon, throughout the season 14 races were sailed and the best seven races counted to the trophies which will be presented at the annual dinner at Trefloyne on Friday Nov 15th.

 

Junior Sailing

Around 30 youngsters, instructors and parents enjoyed a successful end of season party last Wednesday. The evening included a BBQ out on the balcony run by Terry and a chocolate fondue provided by Sharon.

Blake Shaw thanked everyone for all the help given to run the junior training which was every Wednesday starting early April including members of the Club who keep all the club boats in good order. Recently a few of the Wednesday sailors had entered the main Club racing and it is hoped that this will continue and be encouraged and supported.

He thanked in particular the main Instructors, Howard Yeates, Alistair Mackay, Max Richards and Harri Richards with Ioan Thompson always there to help.

The following youngsters were then presented with the RYA Certificates gained during the season.

Stage 1. Madoc Evans.

Stage 1 and 2. Finlay Grey, Emily David, Riley Chan, Caleb Hickey, Gabriel Hickey, Isabel Burdett.

Stage 3 Louis Rapi, Matthew Shaw, Amelia Nuttall, Toby Richards.

Stage 3 and 4, Katie David, Scarlett Jackson, Irisa Cutajar.

Stage 4, Lola Grey, Saffron Owen, Yasmin Haigh, Rosie Wasson, Lara Whitfield, Daisy Whitfield, Iolo Shaw, Oscar Thompson, Megan Dooner.

The Club is always short of Assistant Instructors and it is planned that those at Stage 3and 4 level to qualify as Assistant Instructors.

There will be a junior Xmas party early on Wednesday Dec 11th.

Commodores Quiz

With many teams away last Saturday the 28th there was still four teams contesting for the title, in fourth place was Princess Consuela Banana Hammock with 36 points, in third Connect three plus one with 46 and in second the Dashers with 48 and topping the shop the Bo Ho’s who had a whopping 52 points

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete. We are very close to achieving the total so please come down to the final next month.

The next quiz will be held Sat 26th September at 1930 so come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Dinner Dance

The annual dinner dance and prize giving will take place at Trefloyne Manor on Friday 15th November at 1930. This is a great night organised by the Commodore for the sailors and members of the club. Good food, good company, excellent location and entertainment by singer Kelsey Joe to dance the night away.

The menu has been emailed out to all that have registered their email address, it is also online at the sailing club’s website where you can down load the order form or order online. Full details and payment details can also be found there. There will be an additional snail mail drop coming through your door soon.

AGM

The AGM will take place at the club the day after the Dinner Dance on Saturday 16th November starting at 1930.

The Bar

The bar will be open Friday from 5pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11 am.

Congratulations to Matt May

One of Tenby Sailing Clubs barman left for warmer climes this year and the club has learned that he is not just sunning himself in the outback of Australia but he competed in and completed his first ultra-marathon. So, a big congratulations goes out to Matt May for completing the 100km run with 1800m of elevation in 11hr 45min.

For completing the race in under 16 hours, he has been given a ballot entry for the Western States 100miler in California, fingers crossed I get in!

Change of T.S.C. Constitution

Three Month Notice

At the Annual General Meeting on the 16th November 2019 there will be an item on the agenda to change the clubs’ constitution. Every year one of the items on the agenda is the club’s membership fee, the Committee would like to put a proposal that it is the Committee, in conjunction with the accountant are best placed to evaluate the clubs finances and capital spends for the next year, then decide whether or not membership fees should be raised, frozen or indeed lowered for the next year. If passed then it would come into effect Nov 2020. This will be voted on at the A.G.M. on Sat 16th Nov 2019 by those members present at the meeting.

Membership

Becoming a member in Sept and Oct can have its benefits, if you join now then you will have the rest of the year for free so the next renewal would be in Jan 2021. Also you would beat the price rise in November should there be one.

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Last Tues saw eleven yes eleven boats on the water, almost class it as a mini regatta, it was great to see two of the usually youth sailors coming up to the big sailing group. So welcome Scarlett Jackson and Oscar Thompson may you win many trophies along the way. The results for the race were in first place Peter and Igor in the Scorpion and in Second Steve and Jasmine in their Rs 400. In third in an Osprey Mike and Deanna then in fourth Ben in a Laser Radial, next in the classic of all boats a Redwing came Bill and Peter. In sixth place was the first of the Jackson boats with Dan and Ruby sailing a Rs 200 then in seventh was Jamie and Tim in another Osprey. In eighth came Dyfan in the Rs Aero 7 in ninth was Scarlett and Oscar tenth was the Osprey of Richard and Alistair and eleventh although did not finish was John in a Comet.

Congratulations to John and Peter Rose who competed in the Scorpion open meeting at South Cerney Sailing Club on lake 16 in the Cotswolds Water Park, and sailed off with first place.

Cruiser Racing

The cruiser racing season is now over and it seems all too soon, throughout the season 14 races were sailed and the best seven races counted to the trophies which will be presented at the annual dinner at Trefloyne on Friday Nov 15th.

 

Junior Sailing

There are only 2 Wednesday junior training sessions remaining it, there will be an end of season party early October.

Helpers Party

The club could not put on the Annual Regatta nor the Class Nationals that come to Tenby Sailing Club every year without the willing band of volunteers.

As a thank you from myself the Commodore and the Committee we would like to invite all that helped to a gathering at the club on Friday 4th Oct. Food will be provided for all that helped and a drink to wash it down with. There will also be entertainment by the Llewellin Duo. So look out for your invite in your inbox for all others there will be a nominal charge for the food.

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held on Sat 28th September at 1930 so come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Dinner Dance

The annual dinner dance and prize giving will take place at Trefloyne Manor on Friday 15th November at 1930. This is a great night organised by the Commodore for the sailors and members of the club. Good food, good company, excellent location and entertainment by singer Kelsey Joe to dance the night away. The menu is out and will hit the streets very soon.

AGM

The AGM will take place at the club the day after the Dinner Dance on Saturday 16th November starting at 1930.

The Bar

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wednesdays, Fridays Saturdays from1700 – 2100 for evening service.

The Harbour Restaurant serves freshly prepared local produce. Along with the club menu there will be some delectable delights on the special’s boards, BBQ style food will be served up on Wed evenings.

Don’t forget Sunday Lunch at the club served from 1200 freshly prepared by The Harbour Restaurant, the Sunday lunches are very popular and available from 1200-1500, booking is recommended.

Change of T.S.C. Constitution

Three Month Notice

At the Annual General Meeting on the 16th November 2019 there will be an item on the agenda to change the clubs’ constitution. Every year one of the items on the agenda is the club’s membership fee, the Committee would like to put a proposal that it is the Committee, in conjunction with the accountant are best placed to evaluate the clubs finances and capital spends for the next year, then decide whether or not membership fees should be raised, frozen or indeed lowered for the next year. If passed then it would come into effect Nov 2020. This will be voted on at the A.G.M. on Sat 16th Nov 2019 by those members present at the meeting.

Membership

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Eight boats took part in the evening’s race last Tues 17th and they were greeted with a lovely flat sea and the sunset wasn’t to bad either. The results for the race are as follows in first place was Peter and Igor in the Scorpion then followed over the line in second was Jamie and Tim in an Osprey. In third was James in the laser and fourth Scarlett and Oscar in an RS Feva XL. Fifth Richard and Alistair in an Osprey then in sixth John in a Comet, then followed by Bill and Pater in the Redwing in seventh. One boat unfortunately did not complete the race.

Cruiser Racing

The cruiser racing season is now over and it seems all too soon, throughout the season 14 races were sailed and the best seven races counted to the trophies which will be presented at the annual dinner at Trefloyne on Friday Nov 15th.

 

Boat Lift.

 

Boat lift out at Tenby harbour will be early Tuesday morning Oct 1st, so the harbour will be cleared and closed off.

 

Junior Sailing

There are only one Wednesday junior training sessions remaining and the end is season party will be held at the club next Wednesday October 2nd starts 6 pm so come along and enjoy the food and games also there will be the presentation of RYA certificates.

Everyone including instructors and parents invited to join in.

Last weekend one of the club’s juniors, Oscar Thompson attended the British Youth Sailing Champs at Mumbles. As reported by the very proud parents Oscar was trialling with a new crew from Llandudno with Welsh squad potential! Let’s hope the pairing got on well and move forward into the National Sailing Squad.

Helpers Party (Not long)

The club could not put on the Annual Regatta nor the Class Nationals that come to Tenby Sailing Club every year without the willing band of volunteers.

As a thank you from myself the Commodore and the Committee we would like to invite all that helped to a gathering at the club on Friday 4th Oct. Food will be provided for all that helped and a drink to wash it down with. There will also be entertainment by the Llewellin Duo. So, look out for your invite in your inbox for all others there will be a nominal charge for the food.

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held tomorrow Sat 28th September at 1930 so come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Dinner Dance

The annual dinner dance and prize giving will take place at Trefloyne Manor on Friday 15th November at 1930. This is a great night organised by the Commodore for the sailors and members of the club. Good food, good company, excellent location and entertainment by singer Kelsey Joe to dance the night away. The menu is out and will hit the streets very soon.

AGM

The AGM will take place at the club the day after the Dinner Dance on Saturday 16th November starting at 1930.

The Bar

The bar will be open Friday from 5pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11 am.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wednesday for evening service.

The Harbour Restaurant serves freshly prepared local produce.

Change of T.S.C. Constitution

Three Month Notice

At the Annual General Meeting on the 16th November 2019 there will be an item on the agenda to change the clubs’ constitution. Every year one of the items on the agenda is the club’s membership fee, the Committee would like to put a proposal that it is the Committee, in conjunction with the accountant are best placed to evaluate the clubs finances and capital spends for the next year, then decide whether or not membership fees should be raised, frozen or indeed lowered for the next year. If passed then it would come into effect Nov 2020. This will be voted on at the A.G.M. on Sat 16th Nov 2019 by those members present at the meeting.

Membership

Becoming a member in Sept and Oct can have its benefits, if you join now then you will have the rest of the year for free so the next renewal would be in Jan 2021. Also you would beat the price rise in November should there be one.

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Last Tues the 3rd six boats took to the bay and it was a battle between the four Lasers and one Osprey. In first and second place were two lasers sailed by Peter and Ban, in third place Jamie and Tim in the lonely Osprey and the other two lasers in fifth and sixth place sailed by James and Ioan respectively.

Sunday the 8th saw five boats take to the bay in a lovely sunny warm breezy Sunday. Two races took place and in the top spot was Ed and Emily in their RS 200 closely followed by Dan in the Osprey. In third was Mike and Deanna also in an Osprey with Dyfan in fourth with a RS Aero 7. In fifth but not least was Richard in an Osprey.

In race two there was no change in the top two with Ed and Emily coming first in the RS200 and in second the Osprey helmed by Dan. In Third however was Dyfan in the Aero and Richard in an Osprey coming in fourth with Mike and Deanna fifth.

Congratulations and a very big well done goes out to Jon Nuttall, who came eighth out of fifty four boats in the Phantom dinghy class Nationals. This is a great result as it is not his favoured boat of choice, once again Jon has put T.S.C. on the map.

Cruiser Racing

There were ideal conditions for the last cruisers last Saturday the 7th, force 3 to 4 NNW. With the race scheduled to start at 11.30 the boats found they had only 2 hours of floating time due to the build up of sand in the harbour. However they got away at 12 with a long beat past Monkstone Point into Saundersfoot bay around the pontoons to port and back.

Tony, Geoff, Roy and Paul had a good upwind start in Apatshe on a Close fetch with Steve, Carolinda, Phil-and Alex in Aries just to leeward. Blake, Chris and Anne in Slipstream just behind further out hoping for more wind and less foul tide, however Apatshe slowly pulled ahead and at Monkstone the wind had gone to the North with Apatshe in the lead followed by Aries and Slipstream. Phil in Accolade was still in contention and not too far behind.

Slipstream lost a minute or so with a poor tack.

At the pontoons the order stayed the same but more spread out. It was a dead run from Monkstone and Slipstream flew its spinnaker and caught up slightly, Apatshe crossed the line first and also won on handicap followed by Aries, Slipstream and Accolade. The crews retired to the club for an end season enjoyable get together. 14 races were sailed in the season with the 7 best to count.

 

Prizes will be presented at the annual dinner at Trefloyne on Nov 15th.



Junior Sailing

There are only 3 Wednesday junior training sessions remaining it is hoped that we will see a bigger attendance after the school holidays. There will be a final end of season party early October.

Helpers Party

The club could not put on the Annual Regatta nor the Class Nationals that come to Tenby Sailing Club every year without the willing band of volunteers.

As a thank you from myself the Commodore and the Committee we would like to invite all that helped to a gathering at the club on Friday 4th Oct. Food will be provided for all that helped and a drink to wash it down with. There will also be entertainment by the Llewellyn Brothers. So look out for your invite in your inbox for all others there will be a nominal charge for the food.

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held on Sat 28th September at 1930 so come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Annual Dinner Dance

The annual dinner dance and prize giving will take place at Trefloyne Manor on Friday 15th November at 1930. This is a great night organised by the Commodore for the sailors and members of the club. Good food, good company, excellent location and entertainment by singer Kelsey Joe to dance the night away. Menu options and booking details to follow soon. 

AGM

The AGM will take place at the club the day after the Dinner Dance on Saturday 16th November starting at 1930.

 The Bar 

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wednesdays, Fridays Saturdays from1700 – 2100 for evening service. 

The Harbour Restaurant serves freshly prepared local produce. Along with the club menu there will be some delectable delights on the special’s boards, BBQ style food will be served up on Wed evenings.

Don’t forget Sunday Lunch at the club served from 1200 freshly prepared by The Harbour Restaurant, the Sunday lunches are very popular and available from 1200-1500, booking is recommended.

Change of T.S.C. Constitution

Three Month Notice

At the Annual General Meeting on the 16th November 2019 there will be an item on the agenda to change the clubs’ constitution. Every year one of the items on the agenda is the club’s membership fee, the Committee would like to put a proposal that it is the Committee, in conjunction with the accountant are best placed to evaluate the clubs finances and capital spends for the next year, then decide whether or not membership fees should be raised, frozen or indeed lowered for the next year. If passed then it would come into effect Nov 2020. This will be voted on at the A.G.M. on Sat 16th Nov 2019 by those members present at the meeting.

Membership

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk  the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.