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The busy weekend with the start of the Donaghadee Festival includes a BBQ at the Club on Saturday evening (6-9pm) with the proceeds going to the RNLI. The cost is £5 per person so why not come along for craic and support your local lifeboat? There is also skiff racing and the raft race during the day.
It is with very deep regret that I must inform members of the sudden passing last night of our friend and fellow member Ken Wallace.
The Training programme for the summer has been updated and is available on the Club website and available below as a download.
All courses need to be prebooked to secure a place,application forms are on the website or available below.
Junior “bridge the gap “ refresher is now 3 full days 29 , 30 June and the 1st July
Junior early race craft will start on Tuesday 28th June and will run for 6 sessions.
Champion Club race coaching will start on Thursday 30th June.
Adult weekend courses have been rescheduled , a fun weekend to develop new skills.
Powerboat courses have been rescheduled and are available to over 16s.
The “WOW” women on water social sailing on Sunday afternoons, in our newly acquired Laser Stratos Keel boats, is entering the second 4 week cycle.Three places are available starting Sunday 26th June for 4 weeks and you get a very desirable tee shirt on completion of the course.
Junior courses start with the RYA youth stage 1 / 2 beginners course on the 4th July
If you would like to discuss any elements of training, please call Heather on 07718462818 or James on 07730006149
Following a very successful Topper Ulster Championships last weekend, let me introduce you to a new idea: Belfast Lough Regatta Club. The idea of this is to have fun on the water, have some fun races if you like, enjoy a BBQ and sail back again. All of the Belfast Lough clubs have signed up to be a part of this great idea. I have attached an information pack and flyer for your information. The contact details on the info pack simply replace with mine.
The plan is to meet at Ballyholme Yacht Club on Saturday 4 June and ‘sail in company’ with others from neighbouring clubs round the corner to Helens Bay beach. Don’t worry there will be lots of rescue boats, experienced helpers, instructors, support boats etc, this is about gaining experience and meeting new people, not serious racing.
I propose to take the club trailer and a rib with us, that will allow for 4 boats, we can arrange more if needed. There is of course the opportunity to transport your own boat and meet up at BYC. I can refine the details of this once I get an idea of interest. Ideally you will have some experience of sailing although your own boat is not required.
This is a brand new idea and I feel as a club we need to support it. Regattas are not what they used to be and it is important we try and relight the inter-club relationships of old to ensure their future success. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and have some fun in boats.
There is an obvious need for help with this, I would ask that if you would like your son or daughter to participate that you contribute nothing more than your time. Loading boats, manning BBQ’s at Helens Bay whatever it may be, it all helps. Please come back to me asap at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07714262223 if you would like more information, volunteer to help or indeed take part.
Please make an effort to support what will be a really great day out!
The summer sailing season is fast approaching! Make sure you take note of some key dates in the coming weeks.
With the clocks going forward this weekend, racing start time will revert to 2.30. Sailors and Tango crews should meet at the Club around 1.30. It has been great to see some of the juniors out sailing showing the not so young how to do it! The more the merrier and a good way to work off Easter egg excesses. Wishing everyone a happy Easter.
Please find below details of upcoming courses at DSC.
First Aid Course is required by anyone involved in rescue or instructing on courses . Each course can accommodate 12 people and there are 2 places left on the first course. The dates are as follows:-
|RYA First Aid Course 1||11 – 12 April||4 hrs / night||19.00 – 22.30||£25||£50 for non- members|
|RYA First Aid Course 2||25 – 26 April||4hrs / night||19.00 – 22.30||£25||£50|
Junior refresher courses are on the following dates:-
|Junior Easter refresher for stage 1&2||23/24/25thMarch||3 hrs / day||08.45 – 12.30||£30||£45||Hold RYA Stage 1 & 2|
|Junior Easter refresher for stage 3&4||23/24/25thMarch||3 hrs / day||13.00 – 16.30||£30||£45||Hold RYA Stage 3|
Ladies RYA L2 course
|Ladies only RYA Basic Skills L2||2 – 3 April||2days||09.00 – 16.30||£80||£120||Hold RYA L1|
This course is being supported by the RYA Active clubs programme at the reduced rates of £50 and £80.
Anyone interested in any of the training, should complete the Course Application form 2016 and return to the Club as soon as possible. All places will be on a first come basis.
Your contact for Easter training will be Heather Burrows on 07718462818 or email:- email@example.com
As part of the Donaghadee Big Weekend event being organised by Ards and North Down Borough Council, our Clubhouse will be open on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th March from 11pm – 4pm to host an exhibition of historical photographs by Donaghadee Historical Society.
Annual Prize Giving