Newsletter Summer 2013

A downloadable version of this edition is available via the Previous Newsletters menu (you need to be logged in). This page features photos and links from the current edition.

Space for acknowledgements was a bit limited in the printed edition so thankyou to everyone who contributed words and pics to this newsletter. It was a fantastic team effort and some very positive feedback has been received.

You'll be pleased to hear that the deadline for Autumn is nearly upon us already - the 21st September!

Clickable Links

The following links are printed in the newsletter and can be clicked here.

RS100

Europeans: results from Carnac

Entries etc for Worlds on Lake Como

River Exe Regatta 2013

See the full results here and the pics at fotoboat.com.

Cuban Friends

Website of the Club Nautico Internacional Hemingway de Cuba

Around Britain for IMPACT

Peter Schranz' blog

SYC Newsletter

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Commodore's Report

 

Vice Commodore's Report

 

Lunching a Merlin

 

 

RS400

 

RS100

 

Dart SW Champs & Hurricane Open

 

 

 

 

 

Fitting Out Supper

 

 

 

 

 

River Exe Regatta

Ominously good kite weather at Exmouth on the Friday evening; the calm after the storm 24 hours later, from the balconey at ESC.

 

 

Hurricane Damage

OMG 

 

Point of Contention

The Inner Distance Mark attracting a lot of attention... 

 

Sailing By

Colin Tucker and Ron Littlejohn.

 

Yachting Monthly

 

 

Cuban Friends

 

Around Britain Cruise

Peter Schrantz on his way up the Exe Estuary at the end of the cruise, accompanied by his son Jaonathan.

 

Well I'll Be Darned

Correction: the tip off about a possible well site came from Alan Brooke, not Alan Wood.

 

Cake of the Month

Baked by Emma Carr 

 

Cuban Friends

 

Two Rivers Junior Series

No room in the newsletter for these pics of the SYC leg, taken from the committee boat.

 

 

Dinghy Cruising

21st July, the dinghy cruisers head back round the Warren after a suitable lunch at the beach cafe.

 

Without a Paddle

Who needs a paddle when you have one of those orange things?