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    HRSC Wednesday Evening A Series Race 1 - Report

    HRSC Wednesday Evening A Series Race 1 - Report HRSC Wednesday Evening A Series Race 1 - Report With 30 knots blowing in the Solent at mid-afternoon only those with supreme faith in the met office believed that racing would be happening, but right on cue at 17:00 the sun came out, the breeze dropped to 15-20 knots at Bramblemet, and chatter on WhatsApp calmed down too. By 1830 the breeze was at

    Published 11:57 on 13 May 2022

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    Hamble River Sailing Club names it's new RIB 'Rollerskate'

    Hamble River Sailing Club names it's new RIB 'Rollerskate' Retiring Commodore Stephanie Merry has been honoured at the official naming of Hamble River Sailing Club's new RIB, named as 'Rollerskate' after her much-loved Three-Quarter Tonner yacht that for many years she sailed with success and for pleasure. At the naming party on Hamble public jetty on Sunday April 24th past and present flag officers, and personal friends,

    Published 13:47 on 6 May 2022

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    Hamble River Sailing Club Junior Warming Pan 2022

    Hamble River Sailing Club Junior Warming Pan 2022, sponsored by Seldén by James Robinson 9 April 2022 The first Hamble River Sailing Club youth event of this year, the annual Junior Warming Pan, took place on 9th of April. After a changeable week, Saturday saw sunshine and a gentle breeze - perfect for the first sail of the season. 31 sailors took part in 26 boats from

    Published 12:04 on 26 Apr 2022

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    HRSC Early Bird - Race 4

    Early Bird series race 4 The Early Bird race team are well-practiced in dealing with adversities cold weather, short daylight hours, lack of available buoys during spring tides and all are brushed aside with their customary aplomb; but his week introduced a new variable. As regular attendees will attest; Bald Head is hard-wired in as the ODM for the Early Bird

    Published 13:19 on 25 Apr 2022

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    HRSC Early Bird - Race 3

    HRSC Early Bird Race 3 - 13 April 22 Having cancelled racing last week, when there was way too much wind for a Wednesday night sail, the intrepid Race Team, bolstered by the time keeping prowess of Nicky Gardner, proceeded to the vicinity of Bald Head for this Wednesday's outing. With beautiful sunshine and light breeze from the South West, RO Mike Dellar pulled some pre-prepared courses out of his back

    Published 13:15 on 25 Apr 2022

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    HRSC Early Bird Race 1, 30 March 2022

    HRSC Early Bird Race 1, 30 March 2022 With last week's unseasonably warm weather consigned to history, a grey chilly evening welcomed the CV Obsession, as it made its way to Bald Head for the first of the Hamble River Sailing Club's Early Bird series. The Race Team were not expecting much company given the conditions, but a fleet of twenty boats gradually made its way out of the Hamble to

    Published 09:31 on 1 Apr 2022

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    Hamble River Sailing Club

    Saturday was the 96th Hamble River Sailing Club AGM. Steph Merry our outgoing Commodore was presented with a token of the club's thanks, for her amazing stewardship. Her tenure was pre Covid, during Covid and post Covid. Steph was also set the challenge of naming the latest club rib. We wish Serena Alexander, all the best and plenty of

    Published 16:25 on 23 Mar 2022

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    Thursday 17th March: 7pm Hamble and the Solent - the Birthplace of Performance sailing Dougie Henshall

    Join our guest speaker Dougie Henshall at HRSC on Thursday 17 th March, for his presentation about the golden era, when sailing changed into the sport that we know and love today. The early '60s was a time of unparalleled development and expansion, when the Solent - and Hamble in particular - was a hot spot of innovation in the sport of sailing. For example, the Flying Dutchman with a

    Published 16:29 on 10 Mar 2022

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    Coming soon - 60th Hamble Warming Pan - Sunday 20th March

    Less than two weeks away - Hamble River Sailing Club's Hamble Warming Pan on Sunday 20th March will be the 60th edition and welcomes all non-trapeze dinghies rated PY 970-1275, plus 420s, RS400s and Foxer dinghies, with starts from 1130 and three back-to-back races organised in fast and slow PY fleets plus one-design starts for classes mustering 8 boats or more. An Early-Bird entry rate is available online with late entry also

    Published 12:03 on 8 Mar 2022

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    Thu 24th March - Solent Local Knowledge - "The Tide, Sea Breezes & Race Preparation"

    The week before Wednesday Evening Club Racing starts, brush up on your "Local Knowledge" and the get to hear from our panel on what can make your boat go faster, be it greater knowledge of the tide, ensuring your boat is well prepared or where and why the wind will change. The will also be a Question and Answer session with a panel of HRSC members with not only years of experience in

    Published 12:01 on 8 Mar 2022

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