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Boat Classes Sailed at Seasalter including PY's The list below is the current known list of classes with sail numbers lying at Seasalter. Note a sail number of 0 indicates that we currently don't know the sail number of the boat(s) concerned. A PY calculation has been m...
Seasalter Sailing Club - Sailing Instructions 2013-2016 1. RULES: Racing will be governed by the rules as defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) 2013-2016 The following prescriptions of the RYA will not apply Rule 40. The following prescriptions ...
Typical Cruise by Martin Searle We have several weekends when there is no racing and many people take the opportunity to go for a cruise to a nearby pub or just around the bay. In the past there has been a trip to Minnis Bay which was well attended and involved a challenging return sail. We do...
An Introduction to Sailing at Seasalter On joining Seasalter SC, new members wanting to sail will be encouraged and assisted into getting afloat at every opportunity. “Seasalter Sailing Club has no full time employees or instructors, this makes for a great club atmosphere where everyone ...
Club boat hire, free to club members in 2020 & booking schedule 2 Pico Dinghies (1 or 2 up), Miracle (up to 4 up) Sprint 15 923 (1 or 2 up with jib), Dart 18 (2 up only) Currently we have five boats available for day hire by full members on a first come basis. ...
Legends and Ducks. What is it all about? Legends and ducks rewards those who have special qualities that make them accident prone or have unfortunate things happen to them beyond their control. Here at Seasalter we like to record these memorable people have a good laugh at their expense and rewar...
Rule 4 of the Racing Rules of Sailing states: “The responsibility for a boat’s decision to participate in a race or to continue racing is hers alone”. Sailing is by its nature an unpredictable sport and therefore inherently involves an element of risk. By...