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    Harbour Masters Pursuit Race

    24 May 2017

    The River Hamble Combined Clubs (RHCC) was established to co-ordinate the activities and resources of the four member clubs and to promote the River Hamble as a centre of sailing excellence.

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    Big Wednesday

    24 May 2017

    On Wednesday the 14th of June the Hamble River Sailing Club will be running the famous BIG Wednesday with the aim of getting as many boats out as possible for some fun midweek racing. Hamble River Sailing club would like to invite everyone to come and join us for a night of racing in the solent open to Non-members. Keelboats will be split into three handicap fleets and one

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    Hamble River Sailing Club Junior Regatta - Supported by River Hamble Combined Clubs

    24 May 2017

    Saturday 8th July Handicap event for Feva, Laser 4.7, Tera, Topper, Pico, Mirror, racing oppies and similar rated boats. Briefing at 9am, first of 4 races at 11 am, in vicinity of Cat Head. Final race will finish at HRSC Clubhouse. Two fleets: Gold for experienced racers and Silver for those new to racing. BBQ and prizegiving at HRSC around 2 pm Ages 7

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    HRSC A2 Race Report 17th May 2017

    19 May 2017

    HRSC A2 Race Report "Wet wet wet " was the only way to describe Wednesday, the second day of the A Series at Hamble River SC. During the day there had been NO WIND, but the forecast was for a light northerly to fill in in the evening and the rain to ease. I was a little surprised therefore when the club secretary phoned at 2pm to ask

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    HRSC A1 Race Report 10th May 2017

    19 May 2017

    HRSC A1 Race Report The Early Bird Series at Hamble River Sailing Club had been a great success this year, not least the race reports, so it was with some trepidation that the new race officer is putting pen to paper. With low water at 5pm there were very few marks available to use and the wind was forecast to back from south east to east at

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    HRSC Bottle Pursuit 3 May 2017: Race Report

    5 May 2017

    HRSC the Bottle Pursuit 3 May 2017 With the Early Bird Series finished and the A Series not planned for another week, the Bottle Pursuit gives some relief from the cut and thrust of fleet racing when everyone starts together. In theory, in a pursuit everyone starts at a different time and they all appear on the finish line together. When the fleet comprises of a Sigma 38 at one end

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    HRSC Early Bird 5 Wednesday 26th April 2017: Race Report

    2 May 2017

    HRSC Early Bird 5, 26 April 2017 The current "interesting" political scene has coincided with a number of the current Early Bird Wednesdays this year. Following a very frosty last Prime Ministers Questions that afternoon, the crew of the Committee Boat Obsession, could be forgiven for believing there was a direct link as they were met with a short sharp snow shower as they ventured down river at 5.15 pm, the

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    HRSC Early Bird 4 Wednesday 19th April 2017: Race Report

    21 Apr 2017

    HRSC Early Bird 4 19 April 17 The news that Parliament had voted overwhelmingly for a General Election on June 8 th, drove unprecedentednumbers of yachts to the Early Bird 4 start line on Wednesday evening; the prospect of 24 hour election news coverage at home being too much to bear. Thus, it came to pass that 21 boats ventured out on a beautiful spring evening. The Race

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    HRSC Early Bird 3 Wednesday 12th April 2017: Race Report

    13 Apr 2017

    Early Bird 3 - Race Report For the second week running, we had a 10 – 12 knot breeze from the north west, but no fears of it disappearing before dusk; and with LWS at 1830, the eternal problem of setting a course around the precious few buoys with sufficient depth of water. The conditions had tempted several owners out from winter hibernation, as the fleet swelled to 18

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    HRSC Wednesday Early Bird 2, 5th April 2017: Race Report

    10 Apr 2017

    Race Report Early Bird 2 Ten to twelve knots from the NNW and sun was the forecast for this Wednesday's race, and so it was. This, allied to a high water time of 18.25 Portsmouth, meant that finding race marks with sufficient water was a relatively simple process. The only question left , at this time of the year is, will the light disappear before the wind fades? With this

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