The club is open for sailing, Bank Holiday Monday 28th August. We look forward to seeing you.
The International One Metre UK National Championship is being held at Datchet this weekend (see Y&Y form guide).
The IOM racing will start early on Sunday and will pause while we launch for club racing if they are racing near a ramp.
Please park your cars away from the ramps and IOM control areas and do not launch until you hear an announcement (we want to concentrate launching to minimise any disruption).
The IOM racing may also need to pause while we are retrieving boats – please listen for any announcements after racing.
Andrew and Tom Wilson won the Wayfarer Eastern Area Championship at Medway in July with an impressive 4 wins and 2 second places in 6 races. This put Andrew at the top of the Wayfarer National Circuit Series, sailing either his son Tom or with Sue Risbridger as crew
If you have any news you’d like to share, please let the club office know
2 Datchet RS800’s travelled to Lyme Regis to enjoy some epic winds and waves for the latest round of the Magic Marine RS 800 Grand Prix series. Ralph and Sophie Singleton finished 3rd RS800 and also 3rd in the overall handicap fleet (dodgy handicap???). Dan Goodman and Debbie Clark scored a 4th in race 3, Debbie sailing the whole race with a black eye and streaming blood across her face from a messy capsize in race 2 (at least that was Dan’s story…).
If you have a story you’d like to share, let the club office know
Dear Club Members,
We will be postponing the start of Sunday morning racing until 2pm on Sunday 24th September. This is due to the RYA Zone Championships being held at the club.
For any questions, please feel free to give us a call.
We would like to get a full turnout for the flying fifteen open on the 9/10 September.
If you want help getting your boat set up and race ready we can help you prior to this event so you enjoy the sailing on the water. (Please let me know)
We will have a social event (group dinner) in Windsor for crew and family on the Saturday evening. We would also ask if you have room to accommodate people (on the Saturday evening ) please volunteer as it will increase the numbers and make the event more fun for us all
What are your next steps
- Please get this in your diaries today
- Email myself to confirm you will attend the open
- If you want to get the boat race ready let me know and what support you need
- If you want to use the club boat let Mike know
- If you are willing to support the visitors and offer a bed (thank you) please confirm this asap
- If you cannot make the event but happy for other club members to use the boat please let me know
If you have any questions please email or call me. Really looking forward to seeing you all at the open meeting.
Congratulations to Club Member Andrew Wilson and son Tom on winning the Wayfarer Eastern Area Championship at Medway.
results and photos here
The kids from Summer Camp 3 got off to a flying start yesterday and kept the visiting local Datchet Monday Club thoroughly entertained. As they enjoyed their afternoon tea the Monday Club found watching the children learning to sail great fun! After an action packed day the children went and chatted to the the Monday Club about all the excitement they had – a fun day for everyone involved!
Written by Club Members Mark Lyttle and Rob Thomas.
Here live at the Laser 4.7 worlds in Nieupoort, Belgium, four young Datchet sailors are competing with the top sailors from 45 countries in their first Laser Worlds event.
Connie Stevens, Zach Lyttle, David Calder and Josh Thomas finished their first day of racing yesterday with challenging wind over tide conditions in the North Sea. Today as they sail a mile down the ship canal from the KYNC sailing club to the race area on the sea, they face stiffer conditions with winds gusting up to 29 knots in what is expected to be the most challenging day of the event.
Our 13-15 year old sailors are facing very stiff competition along with the other GBR sailors at the event against 350 sailor entries in this under 18 event.
With five more days of racing, there will be plenty of news and stories so we will keep you posted !
Rob and Mark.