BRADING HAVEN YACHT CLUB PROGRAMME 2019/2020
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We are pleased and proud to continue the long standing relationship we have with our main sponsor Spence Willard. Spence Willard is a major sponsor for the promotion and development of sailing on the Isle of Wight and we are delighted to continue working with them to broaden sailing opportunities and activities in the local community.
BRADING HAVEN YACHT CLUB Founded 1950 Commodore Keith Gentleman Vice Commodore Linda Briant Rear Commodore Sailing Anne Barlow Rear Commodore Social Jan Baum Rear Commodore Finance James Bond Rear Commodore House Janette Webb Club Manager & Secretary John Maher Trustees Martyn Davies: Jonathan Hoare: Sara Smith Honorary Solicitor Colin Samuelson Embankment Road St Helens, Isle of Wight PO33 1XQ Telephone (01983) 873911 or 872289 Website www.bhyc.org.uk
COMMITTEES AND MANAGEMENT MEMBERS FINANCE Rear Commodore Finance: James Bond Commodore: Keith Gentleman Vice Commodore Linda Briant Trustees: Martyn Davies Jonathan Hoare Sara Smith Rear Commodore Sailing: Anne Barlow Rear Commodore Social: Jan Baum Rear Commodore House: Janette Webb BAR Chairman: Neil Hilson Rear Commodore Finance: James Bond Members: Steve Lymn HOUSE Rear Commodore House: Janette Webb Members: David Godfrey Neil Hilson Mark Chiverton Geoffrey Hogg Clare Hogg Karen Hudson Robin Lobb John Marr SAILING Rear Commodore Sailing: Anne Barlow Vice Commodore: Linda Briant RTC Principal Duncan Bates Members: Mark Chiverton Robin Powell Roger Herbert Polly Schafer Steve Lymn Christopher Wilkinson Grainne Andrews SOCIAL Rear Commodore Social: Jan Baum Members: Conrad Gauntlett Jillian Stanbridge Jo Davies Peter Broome Sally Broome Dawn Jameson
Management Committee Members & Trustees shown in bold WELCOME Welcome to the 2019/20 BHYC programme. This programme includes a useful summary of the Clubs activities and a detailed Sailing Programme for the coming year. We hope the information is both useful and encourages you to take part in our varied sailing and social activities. We look forward to seeing you over the course of the year on and off the water. WEBSITE Members are reminded that the website www.bhyc.org.uk provides a valuable source of information about the Club’s organisation, facilities, and activities. You can find up to date sailing (racing, results, instructions, cruising, and training), social programmes and we hire sailing boats to our Members so our boat hire terms and conditions and how to reserve a Club boat is on our website. Log on to the Members’ Area to access all the information you need, including details of discounts offered by the ferry operators and other companies. Questions, comments, and suggestions for improvement should be addressed by email to email@example.com NEWSLETTER The Club produces a Newsletter which is published every Wednesday; it keeps you up to date with the latest Club activities containing details of forthcoming events, both sailing and social. Duty information is also included, event reports, competitions, promotions and much more. All Club Members should register to use the Members’ Area of the BHYC website by clicking on the Members’ Login Section of the BHYC website and completing the short application form. Once registered, you will receive the weekly newsletter as soon as it is published along with occasional messages about Club activities. SOCIAL MEDIA Developing our social media channels is part of our strategy and key to help keep Members informed. We continually look to improve communication channels and have a successful and vibrant Facebook page and presence and you can also find us via Twitter. All relevant information fed through our website and newsletter is linked into Facebook and Twitter so you are never far from up to date Club news and information. Late last year we set up a youtube page and we will continually develop this channel to share videos to help and amuse Members, keep an eye out for BHYC on social media or link in through our website www.bhyc.org.uk . ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING This year’s AGM will take place in the clubhouse at 2000hrs on Friday 20th September 2019.
SOCIAL COMMITTEE The Social Team aims to provide members with a varied programme throughout the year; some of them old favourites and others new events based on member feedback, and next year will be no exception. If you have ideas and comments to help us with the programme or organisation of events, please contact Jan Baum RC Social via firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to her or any member of the team when in the Club. Your feedback and input is hugely valued and important. Below are details of events already planned for next year and into 2020. These may be subject to change and will certainly be added to, Music Nights being an example, so please keep an eye on the Newsletter, Social Board and website for details. 2019 Sat 26 January - Burns Night Sat 23 February - Barn Dance Fri 15 March - St Patrick’s Night Sat 23 March - Fitting Out Supper Sat 20 April - Casino Night Fri 17 May - Mixology Night Sat 8 June - Founder’s Day celebration & dinner July (dates tbc) - Cream Tea & Strawberries for Wimbledon Sat 31 August - Summer Ball Sat 21 Sept - Harbour Ball Sat 19 October - Trafalgar Night Fri 25 October - Halloween Party & Disco Sat 26 October - Laying Up Supper 22/23 Nov - Christmas Gift Fayre Sat 15 Dec - Arrival of Father Christmas and Carols Sat 21 Dec - Christmas Cocktail party Tue 31 Dec - NYE party 2020 Sat 25 January - Burns Night Fri 21 February - Cheese & Wine evening March (date tbc) - Race Night Sat 28th March - Fitting Out Supper CATERING The Club Catering team offer a warm welcome to all diners throughout the year and cater for all types of events. Galley opening times and menus can be viewed, and printed if required, by clicking the links on the Club website www.bhyc.co.uk If you wish to attend a Club function, please use the booking form available from the office or bar or simply contact the Club, either by email to email@example.com or by telephone on 01983 872289. Private parties, weddings and functions can be accommodated and catered for. Please speak with a member of the Bar staff for more details.
HOUSE COMMITTEE The House Committee team work in and around the Clubhouse, maintaining and improving member facilities for the benefit of all. Working parties, primarily on a Wednesday, work throughout the year tackling prioritised work to make our Clubhouse and boat areas operable, as well as welcoming and fit for purpose. We would be delighted to see you join us working inside or out if you are able to do so. It is these working parties that keep the Club well maintained and looking its best for all our members and their guests. They are well appreciated and really make a difference. What a great way to meet like minded members and also to grow your social network. For further details of our work and priorities watch the Newsletter and notice board or alternatively contact Rear Commodore House, Janette Webb - email firstname.lastname@example.org CLUB GROUPS AND SECTIONS LADIES’ LUNCHEON A regular enjoyable and entertaining meeting for our lady Members. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 1230hrs for a 1300hrs lunch (excluding the months of August and September where alternative venues are sourced). Ladies Luncheon is open to ladies who are members of the Club. We invite speakers throughout the year that cover a variety of topics and our lunch is provided by the Club's Caterers, at a pre-set cost payable on the day. The AGM is held in May each year and new Members are always welcome. For more information please call Pam Edgerton on 616346. HAVEN BRIDGE CLUB Haven Bridge Club plays Rubber Bridge every Thursday from the beginning of October till the end of April. Players are requested to be punctual as play starts promptly at 1400hrs to finish approximately at 1700hrs with complimentary tea/coffee and biscuits provided during the interval. At the end of play prizes are awarded to those players with the highest and lowest scores . A Christmas Lunch is held annually with an 'end of term' lunch which takes place on the last Thursday in April before the final bridge session. At both lunches complimentary wine is offered with a raffle, the prize being a full BHYC membership. New members are most welcome to join this friendly and non competitive group of players. Details are on the notice board and in the weekly Newsletter. Please contact Jillie Wheeler, Chair of Bridge, on 873432 or Annie Smith, Treasurer, on 875286 for more information. CADETS The cadet section is a very sociable and vibrant part of Club life. It is run by volunteers and we are always on the lookout for new ideas for events from cadets and their families and for volunteers to help out. Events are open to Members children of all ages and their parents and carers whether or not they are budding or current sailors. Events are held at least once a month and parents and carers are encouraged to stay and join in the fun, it's a great way of meeting new friends, learning about cadet sailing opportunities and experiencing some very happy times.
We have lots of ideas under development in addition to the listed events, so please do sign up to the cadet contact group via email@example.com and look out for details in the Club weekly newsletter, Club Facebook pages and on the Club notice board. Current suggestions include summer beach BBQs, picnic sails, sailing and racing workshops, on the water games and local cinema trips. We look forward to seeing you. If you would like to contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org TUESDAY TALKS A wide-ranging programme of Tuesday Talks has been given during the winter months for several years and it is intended that this should happen again during the winter 2019/20. The topics are of general interest, are not confined to boating, are not technical and should appeal to all. It is hoped that members will continue to enjoy another interesting series of talks during the dark months at both the end of 2019 and the early part of 2020. The talks start at 2000hrs, the bar will be open on these evenings and a special supper menu will be available; guests are welcome so long as they are signed in. The dates of the talks for next winter are shown below; full details of the Talks will be published at a later date and will also appear in the Newsletter and on the notice board at least a week before hand. 2019:- 08 & 22 January, 05 &19 February, 05 &19 March. 15 & 29 October, 12 & 26 November, 03 December 2020:- 07 & 21 Jan, 04 & 18 Feb, 03 & 17 & 31 Mar LADIES THAT LAUNCH (LTL) The Ladies that Launch group encourages and supports women sailors of all abilities to spend as much time as we can out on the water improving our sailing, racing and boating skills. Our Ladies that Launch group’s ethos is to support each other and ensure that everyone has opportunities to improve their skills. That might be through RYA accredited group and individual training delivered by our Chief Instructor or mentoring and practice sessions supported by club members. We enjoy the fun, friendships and camaraderie we forge as we hone our confidence and technical skills out on the water. Many good friendships have been formed on and off the water on the back of our Come Sail with Us events (listed in this Sailing Programme), BHYC training courses, workshops, social sailing and racing activities which take place throughout the year. We also enjoy a wide range of social activities, events and evenings, details of which can be found on our section in the Club newsletter or on our lively Facebook pages. If you are interested or would like to know more about joining us please contact Linda Briant or Polly Schafer and email email@example.com for more details. SCOW OWNERS We want to encourage as many Scows on the water as possible in 2019. Scows don't have to race (although many find that gives a sense of purpose to the sail and makes it more fun), just get yourself out on the water and enjoy some sailing time with like-minded people. We have allocated a date for a sail
round to Priory Bay for a summer picnic, bring the family. This will hopefully take place in July. We try to have Scow social suppers from time to time. If you have any other social Scow ideas please do not hesitate to contact the Scow Captain Anne Barlow by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Anne would be happy to help you rig and tune your scow as well as answer any questions about the Scow class. SAILING COMMITTEE Our aim is to encourage safe and enjoyable sailing for all members, whether it is Club racing, cruising, training activities or sailing for pleasure on your own. Please do ask a member of the Sailing Committee or the Boatman should you require advice or assistance (contact details below) and remember we have boats you can hire and also have 1-2-1 tuition for those who need guidance and further support. All sailors and helpers taking part in Club-organised activities should familiarise themselves with the BHYC Safety Policy, which is available in the Club foyer, the office, Jubilee Centre or on the website. Anne Barlow Rear Commodore Sailing email@example.com Manager & Dinghy Park Master & Moorings firstname.lastname@example.org Boatman email@example.com Duncan Bates Principal of Training firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Wilkinson Chief Instructor (Sailing) email@example.com Gary Smart Chief Instructor (Powerboats) Poly Schafer Training firstname.lastname@example.org CLUB SAILING AND TRAINING BHYC is an RYA Registered Training Centre and has RYA Onboard status. We welcome all those who would like to learn and improve their sailing and powerboat skills. An outline of sailing and powerboat training activities is shown in the Sailing Programme or under Training, but look out for further information in the Newsletter and on the website (www.bhyc.org.uk). There will be specific courses under the RYA Youth and Adult sailing schemes, along with advanced modules and RYA Powerboat Training during the year in a selection of Club training boats. Race Training for both cadets and adult members is available. The Club has a variety of dinghies that can be hired for Club activities only. Details may be found in the foyer of the Club House and on the BHYC website. DINGHY CRUISING AND POTTERING ON RACE DAYS Those wishing to potter/cruise around the race course during race days MUST Sign-On using the appropriate sheet at the Jubilee Centre, the patrol boats will be alerted to your presence. The Race Officer will inform helms of the race course and advise as necessary. It is important that boats stay within agreed sailing areas, keep clear of marks, start and finish lines and return to BHYC with the racing fleet, when they should inform the race officer at the Jubilee Centre.
CRUISING AND MOTORBOAT SECTION Boat rallies, Island Walks and Lunches, Suppers and Social Events open to all BHYC members – Sail and Motor Boat. Captain: Ian Jefferies email@example.com Secretary: Anne Prince firstname.lastname@example.org CRUISING SECTION PROGRAMME 2019 Details of each event will be circulated by email, the BHYC Newsletter and the Notice Board. The programme will also be published in the Sailing/Cruiser Section of the Cub website. For full details on all our cruises and walks for this current year please see our programme below and look out for the detailed information in the Newsletter and on the Club notice board closer to event dates. Cruising Programme 2019 Month Date Cruise Details January Friday 11th Walk and lunch Friday 8th Annual Dinner February Friday 15th Walk and lunch March Friday 15th Walk and lunch April Monday 8th – 10th Cruise Tuesday 9th Walk and lunch May Tuesday 7th – 9th Cruise June Monday 3rd - 5th Cruise July Tbc Extended West Country Cruise August Tbc Possible Nab Tower time trial September Monday 16th - 18th Cruise October Friday 4th Walk and lunch Monday 14th - 16th Cruise November Friday 15th Walk, AGM and lunch at BHYC December Friday 6th Festive Supper Friday 13th Walk and lunch RACING All members are welcome to join in the racing. Full Racing Instructions covering all Club races are available on the BHYC website and from the foyer or The Jubilee Centre. Racing instructions covering the events organised under the burgee of East Wight Combined Clubs (EWCC) will be issued in the summer as part of their Regatta Series Programme. It is essential that helms sign the indemnity form in the Jubilee Centre before their first sail of the season. All helms must Sign-On at the race box. We start our main season at the Easter Series with a series of eight races. Please study BHYC Racing and Training programme in the middle of this
booklet where full details are given; we have tried our very best to please everyone from racers to "just potterers" alike. More information will follow throughout the season in the Club Newsletter. Please pick up a EWCC 2019 Programme at the bar for details of Regattas around the region when available in April. FORMAT OF RACING To reduce congestion in the harbour and to reduce the risk of collision, the majority of starts at summer weekends will be from a committee boat outside the harbour as identified below. There will still be starts from the Harbour Line for all races in the Icebreaker, Breakfast, and Evening series. Where two races are designated, the points from each race will contribute towards the series totals. Between Easter and June a number of Cadet Challenges will be organised in conjunction the racing. This is primarily for cadets and novices (although all welcome), at the discretion of the training programme leader on the day. There will be a number of short races from a committee boat, depending on the weather. The schedule of racing for the season is given in the sailing programme. Apart from the Icebreaker Series, which is for Scows and single handed Handicap boats only, and other special races as indicated in the racing instructions, dinghies will race in separate groups depending on numbers (additional class racing may be introduced should any particular class generate an average of 5 entry per race in the preceding series) with 5 min between starts. The start time and starting line, Home (H) or Committee Boat (CB), shown in the programme is for the first race. For the committee boat starts please allow enough time to sail out of the harbour and get to the committee boat. SAILING SUPPORT CREWS "DUTYMAN" All competitors are encouraged to sign on to "Dutyman", on the website. It is your chance to volunteer to be Race Officer, Race Officer's Assistant, Patrol Boat Helm or Patrol Boat Crew. You can do as many duties as you like although those participating in sailing will be expected to undertake duties which will be allocated according to experience / qualification. The next few weeks’ diary of duties is always put in the newsletter and more than those few weeks if available on the website. Should you have any difficulties with "Dutyman" please speak to anyone on the Sailing Committee who would welcome your question. Helms require a minimum of RYA Powerboat Level 2 Certificate and preferably a VHF Certificate. Crews need no qualifications but are expected to be reasonably fit and agile. Crews wishing to gain qualifications should watch the notice board and newsletter for details of courses. Offers of help for support boat duties should contact email@example.com Race Officers should arrive 1 hour 30 minutes before the race for Committee Boat (CB) starts and 1 hour before the start for Home (H) Starts. Crews should report to the Race Officer 1 hour 30 minutes prior to Committee Boat (CB) Start and at least 1 hour before a Home (H) Start. NOVICES There is not a specific race for Novices outside the Cadet and Novice Regatta on the 27th August. However any novice is always welcome to join in any race and we will try to have a coach on the water to assist you round the course. If on any day there are a number of Novices who would like to race separately
we will try to organise a separate course. A novice is someone with less than two seasons’ racing experience. In each single-hander (including Scows) the helm must be a novice but an experienced advisor may be carried. BHYC REGATTA The BHYC Regatta will be on 24th and 25th August. Details and racing instructions will be available on the BHYC website and in the East Wight Combined Clubs website (www.ewcc.co.uk) and their Programme which also provides information on other local regattas. The Cadet Regatta will be on the 5th & 6th August, There will be racing outside the harbour followed by fun and games ashore. Full details will be posted on the notice board. Bembridge Village Regatta on Saturday 4th August, hosted by BSC with BHYC. This is followed on the Saturday 4th August by the EWCC Dinghy Regatta. Scow Open Championships will take place on 18th August, Parade of Sail around the fort to be confirmed in August. Full details of all the Regattas can be found in the East Wight Combined Clubs (EWCC) Programme available from the Club bar from April. INTER-CLUB RACING Apart from the EWCC Regattas, there are ‘home and away’ interclub team events for Scows. These are against Yarmouth and other local clubs. BHYC competes with four other clubs in Mermaids and a team race against SVYC during June and July. Dates for these will appear in this Programme. All are welcome to these events both to sail and support. WAYFARERS AND SWANS The Wayfarer Series for the coveted Wayfarer Cup will run throughout the season. The Wayfarer Shield will be awarded to the crew who have managed the most race starts over the course of the season. There is also a Swan Series which runs throughout the season in conjunction with the Club Racing programme with a dedicated Swan Trophy awarded to the winner. There is a growing number of Swans within the Club. The Club has its own Swan which can be hired for racing and pottering. There is also an active Swan Owner section which aims to get as many Swans sailing as possible. HIRE OF CLUB BOATS There are a number of Club boats that can be hired when there is a Club event on. If you wish to book a boat then please fill in the interactive form on the website and submit it. CUPS AND TROPHIES Cups and Trophies will be awarded to the overall winners in Fast Handicap, Slow Handicap and Scow Class, other classes subject to entrants, in each of the series. The Sailing Committee will consider the addition of cups for other classes at the end of the season. The prizes will be presented twice a year. At the Fitting out supper in March prizes will be presented for the Frostbite series also special prizes to include
prizes for crews. The Icebreaker prizes will be presented on the last day of the series. At the Laying up supper in October all the prizes from the Easter to the Autumn Series are presented along with the special races for that season. Any cups or trophies for the regattas will be presented on the last day of those Regattas as laid out in the EWCC programme. A full breakdown of the prizes presented and the winners is available on the BHYC Web site via the Club’s results page. BHYC SAILING PROGRAMME 2019-20 BHYC SAILING PROGRAMME 2018-19 (Tide Times & Heights Portsmouth) ICE = Icicle series race EA = Easter series race SP = Spring series race SU = Summer series race SPW= Spence Willard series race AU = Autumn series race FB = Frostbite series race EV = Evening series race CSWU = Come Sail with Us (all welcome for informal sailing) LTL = Ladies that Launch STW = Sail Training Week BHYC PROGRAMME 2019 - 2020 DATE HW Hgt START LINE RACE SERIES NOTES APRIL st th 1 –5 Pre season briefing for all sailors, RO’s and th Sat 6 13:11 4.5 11:00 support crews th Sun 7 13:42 4.5 12:30 H Pre season Potter and Shakedown th Mon 8 14:16 4.6 Training th Tues 9 14:47 4.5 Training th Wed 10 15:28 4.4 Training th Thurs 11 16:20 4.2 Training th Fri 12 17:28 4.1 Training Long Distance Or Pursuit Race Sat 13 th 18:53 3.9 18:00 CB (weather dependent) th Sun 14 20:19 3.9 th th 15 – 18 th Fri 19 12:00 4.7 11:00 CB EA 1 - 2 Good Friday th Sat 20 12:44 4.8 11:30 CB EA 3 - 4 Wayfarer, Swan & Laser Series 1 - 2 st Sun 21 13:31 4.7 12:00 CB EA 5 - 6 Easter Sunday
nd Mon 22 14:19 4.7 13:00 CB EA 7 - 8 Easter Monday rd Tues 23 15:08 4.6 th Wed 24 15:56 4.4 th Thurs 25 15:42 4.3 th Fri 26 17:33 3.9 16:30 After School Sailing 1 th Sat 27 18:42 th Sun 28 20:05 18:30 H EV 1 th th 29 – 30 MAY st rd 1 –3 Open Day with Push Sat 4 th 12:08 4.4 11:00 the Boat Out Scow inter-club challenge at BSC th Sun 5 12:41 4.5 11:30 CB SP 1-2 th Mon 6 (BH) 13:16 4.6 11:30 CB CSWU/LTL th th 7 –9 th Fri 10 16:20 4.3 16:30 After School Sailing 2 Sat 11 th 17:30 4.2 16:00 CB Governor's Trophy th Sun 12 18:44 4.1 17:30 CB SP 3 - 4 Wayfarer, Swan & Laser Series 3 - 4 th Mon 13 19:58 Scow inter-club racing YSC v BHYC th th 14 – 17 Practice session 1 (Adults, Cadets and th Sat 18 11:40 4.6 10:30 Improvers) th Sun 19 12:26 4.6 11:00 CB SP 5 - 6 th rd 20 – 23 th Fri 24 Seawych Rally for a week th Sat 25 17:00 4.1 15:30 CSWU/LTL th Sun 26 17:51 3.9 16:30 CB SP 7 - 8 Seawych Reception at BHYC 18:30 th Mon 27 (BH) 18:59 3.9 18:30 H EV2 th 28 th Wed 29 Seawych Dance night th Thurs 30 09:38 3.9 Training am only st Fri 31 10:22 4.1 Training am only / Seawych Formal Dinner JUNE Practice session 2 (Adults, Cadets and Sat 1 st 11:00 4.3 10:00 CB RNLI Pennant Improvers) nd Sun 2 11:36 4.4 10:00 CB SU 1 - 2 rd th 3 –7 Founder's Day Sail Sat 8 th 16:19 4.5 15:00 H Past and Racing th Sun 9 17:23 4.4 16:00 CB SU 3 - 4 Wayfarer, Swan & Laser Series 5 - 6 th Mon 10 18:26 4.4 17:00 After School Sailing 3 th Tues 11 19:31 4.4 18:30 H EV 3 th th 12 – 14 Practice session 3 (Adults, Cadets and Sat 15 th 10:36 4.4 09:30 CB Pursuit Race Improvers) th Sun 16 11:25 4.4 10:00 CB SU 5 - 6 th st 17 – 21 Motor Boat Practice session 4 (Adults, Cadets and Sat 22 nd 15:53 4.3 14:30 H Challenge Improvers) rd Sun 23 16:31 4.2 15:00 CB SU 7 - 8
th 24 th Tues 25 17:59 4.1 17:00 After school sailing 4 Evening series plus start and coaching for th Wed 26 18:54 3.9 18:00 H EV 4 + CRWU improvers th Thurs 27 19:59 3.9 18:00 H Scow Inter-club racing BHYC v YSC th 28 th Sat 29 09:33 Round the Island Race Sun 30 th 10:23 4.2 09:00 H Breakfast Race 1 JULY st th 1 –5 Practice session 5 (Adults, Cadets and th Sat 6 15:08 4.7 13:30 CB CSWU/LTL Improvers) th Sun 7 16:09 4.7 14:30 CB SPW 1 - 2 Wayfarer, Swan & Laser Series 7 - 8 th th 8 –9 th Wed 10 19:00 4.4 17:00 After school sailing 5 th Thurs 11 20:00 4.3 18:30 H EV 5 th 12 th Sat 13 09:26 4.1 Sun 14 th 10:25 4.2 10:00 CB Ladies Race th th 15 – 19 Sat 20 th 14:49 4.5 13:30 CB Long Distance Race st Sun 21 15:26 4.4 14:00 CB SPW 3 - 4 Wayfarer, Swan & Laser Series 9 - 10 nd th 22 – 24 th Thurs 25 18:04 4.1 17:00 After school sailing 6 Evening series plus CRWU starts for improvers th Fri 26 19:00 4.1 18:00 H EV6 + CRWU (sail and BBQ) th 27 th Sun 28 08:43 3.9 Training pre-brief th Mon 29 09:55 4.3 STW th Tues 30 10:50 4.3 STW st Wed 31 11:37 4.6 STW AUGUST st Thurs 1 12:23 4.7 STW STW nd Fri 2 13:08 4.8 Family Fun Weekend starts rd Sat 3 13:57 4.9 12:30 See EWCC Bembridge Village Regatta, GBPBR at BHYC th Sun 4 14:50 4.9 13:30 CB SPW 5 - 6 Family Fun weekend beach activities Mon 5 th 15:49 4.8 14:30 CB Cadet Regatta Tues 6 th 16:45 4.7 15:30 CB Cadet Regatta BHYC Cadet RIB Challenge - Prize Wed 7 th 17:36 4.6 16:30 H Giving - Disco th Thurs 8 18:29 4.4 th Fri 9 19:27 4.2 th Sat 10 20:32 4.1 18:30 H EV 7 Cowes week starts th Sun 11 09:12 4.1 th Mon 12 10:22 4.1 09:00 H Breakfast Race 2 Private Lessons/Training th Tues 13 11:13 4.2 Private Lessons/Training th Wed 14 11:50 4.4 Private Lessons/Training th Thurs 15 12:28 4.5 Private Lessons/Training Private Lessons/Training th Fri 16 13:06 4.5 Laser Open at SVYC / BSC Dinghy Regatta
Practice Session 6 (Adults, Cadets and Impprovers) BSC Dinghy Regatta See EWCC th Sat 17 13:45 4.5 programme Scow Championships th Sun 18 14:22 4.4 13:00 CB SVYC REGATTA see EWCC programme th Mon 19 14:54 4.4 SVYC REGATTA See EWCC Programme Swan Tues 20 th 15:24 4.3 14:00 CB Championships st Wed 21 15:55 4.3 nd Thurs 22 16:33 4.2 BHYC Regatta See Fri 23 rd 17:20 4.1 16:00 CB EWCC Programme BHYC Mermaid Gin Regatta See EWCC Sat 24 th 18:17 3.9 17:00 CB Programme th Sun 25 19:27 3.9 th Mon 26 (BH) 20:53 4.1 th Tues 27 09:40 4.1 th Wed 28 10:36 4.4 th Thurs 29 11:21 4.6 th Fri 30 12:05 4.8 Practice session 7 (Adults, Cadets and Sat 31 st 12:49 5 11:00 CB Long Distance Race Improvers) September st Sun 1 13:36 5 12:00 CB AU 1 - 2 Wayfarer, Swan and Laser Series 11 - 12 nd Mon 2 14:26 5 After School Sailing 7 rd Tues 3 15:20 4.9 14:00 CB th th 4 -5 th Fri 6 17:54 4.3 After school sailing 8 CSWU (Treasure Hunt) - before the race (5.30) - th Sat 7 18:53 4 18:00 H EV8 BBQ th th 8 – 13 RVYC Merrydown Regatta See EWCC th Sat 14 12:05 4.5 11:00 CB AU 3 - 4 programme RVYC Merrydown Regatta See EWCC Sun 15 th 13:17 4.6 12:00 CB Bart’s Bash programme th th 16 – 20 Sat 21 st 16:38 4.1 15:30 CB Long Distance Race Wayfarer, Swan and Laser Series 13 nd Sun 22 17:41 3.9 16:30 CB AU 5 - 6 rd th 23 – 27 Practice session 8 (Adults, Cadets and th Sat 28 11:45 5.1 10:30 CSWU/LTL Improvers) th Sun 29 12:27 5.1 11:00 CB AU 7 - 8 th 30 October st th 1 –4 Practice session 9 (Adults, Cadets and th Sat 5 17:13 4.2 15:30 CSWU/LTL Improvers) Harvest Festival Sun 6 th 18:12 3.9 16:30 H Race Any format, conditions dependent th th 7 – 12 th Sun 13 12:13 4.7 11:00 CB AU 9 - 10 th th 14 – 19 th Sun 20 16:10 4.2 15:00 CB AU 11 - 12 st th 21 – 25
th Sat 26 Laying up Supper th Sun 27 10:22 5.1 10:00 H FB SUN 1 BST ENDS th st 28 – 31 November st 1 nd Sat 2 14:46 4.5 13:30 H FB SAT 1 rd Sun 3 15:34 4.2 14:30 H FB SUN 2 th th 4 –8 th Sat 9 09:33 4.4 th Sun 10 10:09 4.6 10:00 H FB SUN 3 th th 11 – 15 th Sat 16 13:24 4.6 12:30 H FB SAT 2 th Sun 17 14:06 4.5 13:00 H FB SUN 4 th th 18 – 29 th Sat 30 13:34 4.6 12:30 H FB SAT 3 December st Sun 1 14:18 4.4 13:00 H FB SUN 5 nd th 2 – 13 th Sat 14 12:32 4.7 11:30 H FB SAT 4 Sun 15 th 13:12 4.7 12:00 H Christmas Cracker Christmas Party th th 16 – 25 Thurs 26 th 11:08 4.7 11:00 H Boxing Day Race Includes Bembridge Sailing Club th st 27 – 31 Jan-20 st th 1 – 11 th Sun 12 12:17 4.7 11:00 H ICE 1 - 2 th th 13 – 25 th Sun 26 12:17 4.5 11:00 H ICE 3 - 4 th st 27 – 31 February st th 1 –8 th Sun 9 11:19 4.7 10:30 H ICE 5 - 6 th nd 10 – 22 rd Sun 23 11:18 4.4 10:30 H ICE 7 - 8 th th 24 – 28 March st th 1 –7 th Sun 8 10:17 4.5 10:00 H ICE 9 - 10 th th 9 – 14 th Sun 15 15:54 4.4 14:30 H ICE 11 - 12 Icebreaker Prize giving after racing th th 16 – 20 st Sat 21 nd th 22 – 27 th Sat 28 Fitting Out Supper Pre season Briefing for all sailors, ROs and Sunday 29 th support crews 10:30 th st 30 – 31
EAST WIGHT COMBINED CLUBS REGATTA SERIES 2019 Lead Club Supporting Club MOCRA SERIES th th th th th Saturday 19 May, 16 June, 14 July, 29 September & 13 October SOLENT SCOW INTER CLUB TEAM RACING th Saturday 4 May RS ELITE SOUTH COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS st nd Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 June SOLENT SCOW REGATTA th st Thursday 20 & Friday 21 June SB20 SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIPS (13th June) & NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (14th - 16th June) NATIONAL SWALLOW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS th th Saturday 6 & Sunday 7 July J70 REGATTA th st Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 July BEMBRIDGE VILLAGE REGATTA (Bembridge Harbour Family Fun Weekend) rd Saturday 3 August BEMBRIDGE SAILING CLUB REGATTA (Keelboats) rd th Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 August BHYC CADET & NOVICE REGATTA th th Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 August INTERNATIONAL OPTIMIST OPEN REGATTA th Sunday 11 August IOW INTER CLUB LASER YOUTH TEAM RACING th Friday 16 August BEMBRIDGE SAILING CLUB REGATTA (Dinghies) th th Friday 16 and Saturday 17 August SOLENT SCOW CHAMPIONSHIPS th Sunday 18 August SEA VIEW YACHT CLUB REGATTA th th Sunday 18 and Monday 19 August BRADING HAVEN YACHT CLUB REGATTA (Mermaid Gin Regatta on Sunday) th th Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 August MOCRA BEMBRIDGE REGATTA th th Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 September ROYAL VICTORIA YACHT CLUB REGATTA (Merrydown Regatta) th th Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 September
Best waters on the Isle of Wight; safe, secure and ideal for sailors at every level. Harbour location; the most idyllic location to meet, enjoy a drink, a bite to eat and obviously access to those waters! Young at heart or just young! BHYC has something for everyone, family friendly, affordable and probably the most social Club on the IOW. Choice, we give you choice; sailing, racing, power boats, regattas, training, paddle boarding, kayaks, social events, bar service, dining service, a wonderful location and a friendly atmosphere. You choose what you want to do! Love sailing – love BHYC
Brading Haven Yacht Club Embankment Road St Helens, Isle of Wight PO33 1XQ Telephone (01983) 873911 Website www.bhyc.org.uk
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