SAILING NOW UNDER WAY

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Don’t forget Easter Trophy races on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Level 1 Dinghy training on April 22nd and 23rd. First Wednesday Evening race is on 26th April, with BBQ to follow.

Prizegiving and annual dinner

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Club members and friends had a great night at Middletons Hotel in York for the annual prizegiving and dinner. All the successful sailors were awarded their trophies and memento glasses and it was good to see some new faces. There … Continued

Barrel of Beer

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The final races of the season had their usual novelty content, including rounding marks in either direction whilst giving way to following boats and having to move backwards into a following wind! Peter Rawson and Steve Axford scuppered their chances … Continued

Barts Bash 2016

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The Bart’s bash and regatta with YRISC was a great success. On a fantastic sunny day with the usual tricky breeze 9 boats had a great contest. This was Thanks o.d.d David Spencer for an excellent handicap system which saw … Continued

Naburn Paddle Report

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Last Sunday saw the National 12 Open meeting hosted by Yorkshire Ouse Sailing Club, Six boats contested for the Naburn Paddle. On a hot sunny day with very light winds this called for great skills from all the helms just to complete the race. … Continued

Sunday Racing – 29th May

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Both of  Sundays races were well contested as the photo shows, the mornings race was won by Larry and Tina despite having to do a 720 turn penalty, Steve and Fran a close second with Keith and Matt in 3rd. In the afternoon race Steve … Continued

Yorkshire Ouse Members start 2016 with a good win

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YOSC members Philip David and Caroline Clarke launched their 2016 campaign for the annual “Old Spice Trophy”, the Northern National 12 Class series with a clear win at the 2016 Blaydon Race, sailed on the River Tyne from Newburn, upstream … Continued