Beer Sailing Club News July 2013, Vets and Ladies day

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view of the clubhouse from the Jubilee Garfens

Club Dinghy

Thursdays 6.45pm
Bar 7pm - 10pm
even if there's no sailing

Sundays 11am
served after sailing
from around 1.30pm

view of the clubhouse from the beach

Wednesday Morning
Coffee Club

10am - 12 noon
at the Clubhouse

Good Company
Great Coffee
Outstanding View

Luggers with Axe Cliff in the background

Beer Lugger

Mondays 6.30pm
Grandstand View
of all the action

Bar 7pm - 10pm
even if there's no sailing

Hello Sailors

Axe Regatta from the Beer perspective
We were handsomely represented by one Beer Lugger competing in the Cruiser Class and 5 Lasers in the Dinghy Class.
Well done to the enthusiastic crew of Percy Mitchell and to Jean 'Intrepid' D, Stewart 'Tom Tom' A and Michael 'BB King' T.
Plaudits to Race Winner, Martin 'Dippers' D and Congratulations to Race Winner and Overall Axe at Home Dinghy Champion, Mark 'Big Cowboy Hat' S.
Thanks to Axe for their hospitality and hopefully we'll see you all at Beer Regatta. 

While on the subject of travelling success - Congratulations also to James G and JamesT for their creditable 7th place finish at the Hayling Island RS800 Grand Prix despite breaking their spinnaker pole again !

Vets and Ladies Day This Thursday
Don't be shy, the sun is hot, the water is warm and there will be beans, bangers and mash served in the clubhouse to bolster you after your efforts. The bar will, of course, be open as usual. Spectators, Supporters, in fact any hungry or thirsty members are all very welcome. N.B. There will be club racing as usual and the social part will go ahead even if the wind deserts us.

Club Racing Last Sunday
I counted at least 16 boats on the water which is the best we've had this summer. Well done Brian Mac in the Race Hut, Mike R and Stuart J in White Eagle and a big thank you to Caroline T for the scrumptious sandwich lunch. 

Monday Evenings in the Clubhouse Bar
The Luggers programme is well and truly underway. They make a fine sight on a Monday evening. The clubhouse terrace is a fine viewing platform. And thanks to Derek and Adam, the bar is open for a welcome sundowner. This turned out to be very convenient last night when there was no wind for sailing.
A Big, Big Thank You to Annie B and her team of Monday Night 'Pie Club' helpers  - We are extremely fortunate to be served such a great meal every Monday. Thank you all very much Ladies and a special mention in dispatches for Mary 'slip Colin an extra flake' H !

Beer Sailing School
The Sailing School were out in force on Sunday....Well Done Alan and Tony
Volunteers to help Alan and Tony with boat winching, derigging and packing away would be very much appreciated.
If you know someone who would like to join you can download the Membership Form as a  PDF Here or as a Word Document Here

Winch Volunteers
There's no better sight for for the patrol boat crew than to see some willing volunteers waiting to help 'White Eagle' safely back to it's berth on the beach
Sailing Club Winches
The Sailing Club winches are there to make life easier for everyone to go sailing. If you need some advice or guidance on how to use them safely please get in touch. We are available to help.

Wednesday Morning Coffee Club in the Clubhouse 
So much better than 'Costa' and the view is magnificent - catch up for a 'social' coffee with other club members

Cheers and Beers


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