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  • New Captain Yachts 2018

    Hi Everyone I've taken over as Captain Yachts this year. My aim for the next three years is to: Make yachting as easy and enjoyable as possible for all Introduce more dinghy sailors and social members to yacht racing Entice more boats onto the water and boost racing on Wednesday nights Help sociable sailors to communicate and cruise in company PURSUIT RACES AND OTHER FORMATS

    Published 10:00 on 9 May 2018

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    Yacht Race Results 9th May 2018

    Racing tonight was a little problematic with a forecast of 20 plus mph winds and rain, the start line at central seemed to be the least windy place on the river. The course Committee start, Gew, Voose then back to Committee ×2, we decided to shorten the course to one lap, at the finish the wind picked up to the predicted 20mph and it rained, but what an exciting although damp journey back to the

    Published 09:44 on 9 May 2018

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    Yacht Race Results | 2 May 2018

    Perfect sailing weather. Looked like it might be too breezy though so 3/4 boats elected not to fly their kites. Dragun was brave and used their spinnaker to stretch ahead on the first downwind leg. Closer racing between the 3 remaining boats. A fight for the line between Avocet and Mawgawr with Avocet strongly defending their on-starboard line. Great racing. RESULTS AS OF

    Published 10:00 on 2 May 2018

  • Commodore's Report

    As many of you will be aware the tidal surge, caused by Storm Emma on 1st March, caused a lot of damage to the pontoon, the heart of the Club's infrastructure. Then, the following day, a tree trunk was swept under the seaward pontoon. I am pleased to confirm that our insurers and the underwriters have reported that the loss is recoverable and have no objection to us authorising Falmouth Divers to commence work on

    Published 11:00 on 24 Apr 2018

  • Membership Drive

    This year the Committee is making a special effort to increase the membership of the Club. In particular we will be encouraging local residents to join. With this in mind we will be taking out Temporary Event Notices, otherwise known as TENS licences for particular events. A TENS licence will allow non-members to attend the Club and purchase alcohol without being signed in by a Member. In other words it means that during these

    Published 10:00 on 24 Apr 2018

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    Dinghy Racing has started

    Wafted by a gentle Northerly breeze on the hottest day of the year, HRSC was justly rewarded for its massive team effort in getting the club back on the water following Storm Emma's attempt to wreck the club foreshore and pontoon. If new to racing or want to get racing, download the Calendar, Entry Form, Map & Courses, & Dinghy Handicap Number (PN) below

    Published 10:00 on 20 Apr 2018

  • Pontoon Damage

    Storm Emma wreaks damage to club pontoons

    Published 10:03 on 20 Mar 2018

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