Weekly Report 19/01/2018

On the 20th of Jan there is a sailing meeting at 5pm, this is a discussion and conversation about the upcoming season for both dinghy and cruiser sailors. Ideas and suggestions of events that people would like to see organized next season are welcomed. After the meeting there will be a food at 7.00pm for £7.50 each, this will be prepared and served by one of the possible candidates for taking over the galley kitchen next season. All sailors and non-sailors welcome to come and try what they have to offer. On the menu is Beef Bourguignon with mashed potatoes & green beans, Thai Green Curry with lemon herb rice or Veg Thai Green Curry with lemon herb rice both with bread & poppadoms. Please text on 07717842713 to book a meal. 

Plus we have the new monthly Commodores Quiz which takes place on the 27th of Jan at 7pm in the club, all teams are welcome. There will also be a wine raffle on the night. So whether you just come down for a drink and a chat or to see who has the biggest brain, all members and non-members are welcome. 

Finally the clubhouse bar is open from 6.30pm every Friday and Saturday over the winter. 

Dates For Your Diary 

17th / 18th Feb - RYA Mark laying course

23rd June - Junior training day

24th June - CYRC Junior regatta

30th June - TSC Regatta (Volunteers required)

1st July - Round Caldey race (Volunteers required)

Then finally 4th - 10th August Scorpion National Championships (Volunteers required) 

Membership renewal

Renewals are due in January. The first full member in a household is £60 but if you renew before the 31 January 2018 you will receive a £5 bar voucher to be spent at the Club bar. The Senior Citizen rate applies to those aged 65 and above. If you would like to set up an annual standing order for your membership fees, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All forms etc are available on the club website.

A reminder of the benefits of membership:

  • Access to our extensive calendar of adult and junior cruising, and racing throughout the year.
  • Opportunities for ongoing skills development at heavily subsidised rates.
  • Use of our club boats.
  • Use of the Clubhouse with its fully stocked bar, and food offering, wifi, changing facilities and showers.
  • Discounted food and drinks at the Clubhouse.
  • Access to our storage including dinghy and kayak stores.
  • Access to our safety equipment.
  • Boat owners are eligible to apply for a permit for parking on the harbour. 

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 members 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.