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  • Dubai Offshore Sailing Club

    The DOSC have propose reciprocal privileges to members of both clubs and the SVYC General Committee have wholeheartedly agreed. If you find yourself in the UAE, and wish to take advantage of the arrangement with Dubai Offshore Sailing Club, head for the junction of Umm Al Sheif and Jumeirah Beach Road. You'll need a letter of introduction from SVYC. You may even take along couple of guests. T:+971 4 394

    Published 11:57 on 7 Mar 2019

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    British Youth Sailing Recognised Club award ceremony

    Raymond Simonds, who is largely responsible for setting up SVYC's sail training centre back in 1985, together with the current Vice Commodore, Kate Broxham, were invited to the RYA Dinghy Show Alexandra Palace on Sunday, 2nd March, to receive a plaque and certificate awarded to Sea View Yacht Club signifying its status as a British Youth Sailing Recognised Club. We are all most grateful to Jon Curtis and all the SVYC team for their

    Published 11:34 on 7 Mar 2019

  • Training Course Dates 2019

    The dates for the training courses for summer 2019 have now been published and you can also download a pdf.

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    Published 14:20 on 1 Oct 2018

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    Rock on!

    The two rock portals either side of the Hole-in-the-Wall which will support the heavy sea gates were concreted in place today. Next week the concrete apron and final measuring for the two 1.5 meter sea gates will take place. We are hoping that this part of the Hole-in-the-Wall project will be finished by early July.

    Published 15:40 on 15 Jun 2018

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    Sea View Yacht Club hosted supper to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Bembridge Lifeboat Station on Saturday 18th November 2017

    Over 75 people from all parts of the island came to the celebration supper at the Sea View Yacht Club on Saturday 18th November to mark the 150th Anniversary of the Bembridge Lifeboat Station.   Martin Woodward’s talk on the History of the Bembridge Lifeboat Station was fascinating, informative, amusing and in some instances deeply moving.  We all went away very pensive and full of admiration for the courage and commitment of the

    Published 14:43 on 23 Nov 2017

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    Midweek Sailing 2017 - End of Season Report and Final Results

    A great evening was enjoyed by 70 sailors and partners at the end of season dinner for the Wednesday and Thursday midweek sailing series. The midweek captain, Guy Mattinson's report follows: "The season has been a success if we are to go by the number of boats sailed. For both Wednesday and Thursday we have had a good average of 10 boats out on the start line. The season has been a

    Published 10:00 on 15 Sep 2017

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    Get ready to celebrate the club's 125th Anniversary

    In February next year, the Club will celebrate the 125th Anniversary of its founding in 1893. This wonderful occasion will be heralded with a celebratory lunch on SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 2018 for members of the Club. There will also be a festival of family celebrations over the weekend of FRIDAY 27TH - SUNDAY 29TH JULY 2018 for members & guests, with a themed

    Published 13:21 on 8 Sep 2017

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    Midweek sailing takes a break

    The final races before the summer pause were a strange mixture. On Wednesday there was a good turn-out with 11 boats in benign sailing conditions. Thursday’s weather forecast was not good with strong winds expected – in the end the wind gave up and 7 of the 14 Mermaids did not finish. So far in the series we have lost four of the Wednesday races and none of the Thursday ones. Normal

    Published 12:39 on 22 Jul 2015

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    Attitude is the difference between ordeal and adventure

    Wednesday was a really lumpy sailing day with wind over tide, which is probably why only five boats raced. That said it was a good close race and everyone enjoyed themselves. Thursday was a much nicer day and ten boats raced over a very good course. A couple of boats suffered a navigation malfunction, but managed to retrieve the situation (can you spot them in the picture?). Only another week to go

    Published 16:30 on 10 Jul 2015

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    SVYC Team Racers unbeaten this season

    Tuesday evening and it was the final Team Racing match of the season against BHYC in near ideal conditions. Unfortunately, not everyone listened to the brief and the second match teams sailed a triangular course instead of a rectangular one. Despite abandoning that race, SVYC won the overall match, making a clean sweep for the season. Wednesday was back to reality with a pre-start drift and then abandonment due to lack of wind.

    Published 06:12 on 3 Jul 2015

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