BSC Newsletter 7 July 2021
Published 15:08 on 7 Jul 2021
Scow National Championship 2021
On Saturday 3rd July, thirteen eager Chichester Scow sailors lined up at the start of their National Championship. Four exciting races were held over two days, with excellent courses set by Race Officer, Rosemary Hanbury.
The Chichester Scow National Championship Plate was won by Izzie Lee. In 2nd place was Martin Windebank and Judy Roberts came 3rd. Racers and non-racing Scows met at BSC on Saturday evening to enjoy a delicious dinner provided by Helen and her team. Afternoon tea, kindly organised by Lucinda Hitchings, was really welcome on Sunday and gave an opportunity to chat and relax after a most enjoyable weekend of sailing. Many thanks to all who made this such a successful event.
BSC Regatta 2021
We are gearing up to a fantastic weekend of racing.There is still time to enter! just click here. Last registration 10th July 10am.
See further information here.
Online entries only. No cash accepted.
Sadly due to lack of bookings we have had to cancel the Greek dinner.
English National 18 Championship
Two day open event for all National 18s: classics, penultimates, ultimates, ultras and Chichester 18s
Day one will be one race held as part of the BSC Regatta. Day two will be a number of harbour races.
Online entry only. Enter here. Last entry 10th July at 11am.
Best Of Luck
Our epic Bosham Sailing Club J70 sailors just about to depart the Royal Yacht Squadron at Cowes for 6 back to back races in the Solent today.
We wish Ian Wheeler, Richard Wilde, Peter Shaw & John McKeand (left to right) the best of luck today.
Pep up your racing skills in advance of JW21. Sessions will focus on several aspects of racing including starting, racing rules, rigging and tuning, mark roundings and tactics. These will be delivered in the form of practice racing and planned exercises. The course will be taught by qualified race coaches. Check for course availability here.
See here for Chichester Observer article.
Junior Week Trophies
If you haven't done so already, please be sure to make arrangements to have your Junior Week trophy engraved and polished ready to return 7th August at the latest.
Help Us Stay Safe
With guidelines easing we ask all members to remain cautious.
Please continue to wear a face mask while moving around the Clubhouse as well as using the sanitiser points regularly. We thank you for continuing to sign in using the NHS app and QR code. If you are unable to do so, please alert a member of staff.
In some cases, businesses and venues that breach the regulations may be subject to fixed penalties of £1,000 or a fine in court of up to £10,000.
Last updated 15:29 on 7 July 2021