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  • Cousin and Uncle Bob's

    Racing for the Uncle and Cousin Bobs started slowly due to little wind, but Race Officer Chris Hamel organised a well sized course for the competitors. The wind picked up after the first heats, as did the racing. There were 11 entries so two heats were run, each consisting of two races. The top three racers from each heat qualified for the Uncle Bobs final whilst the rest of the field contested Cousin Bobs. In the first

    Published 09:57 on 6 Jul 2013

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    RHCC Dinghy Regatta

    The Annual River Hamble Combined Clubs Regatta is coming up soon - Weds July 17th - Friday 19th July 2013. For more information, Entry Forms, SI's NOR etc go to "":

    Published 14:12 on 5 Jul 2013

  • Hamble Cadets take the lead in the OB Series!

    Hamble Cadets take the lead in the OB Series. We welcomed Warsash Sailing Club to join in and they arrived with 4 double handers. The wind was very light and Tim did very well to get racing going. We had a total of 22 boats which proved for good racing. HRSC welcomed new double handers Alex Hamel and Eleanor Yonge our youngest pair who sailed very well together - names for the future. they came 6th Overall a

    Published 07:52 on 29 Jun 2013

  • An Even Bigger Wednesday!!!

    Hamble River SC, organisers of the Garmin Hamble Winter series and MDL Hamble Big Boats Championships, threw open its Wednesday night club racing for one night only last week in an initiative known as "Big Wednesday" aimed at raising the profile of the weekly race series enjoyed by members. Wednesday night racing for members each week starts in the vicinity of Bald Head followed by supper, prize giving and a lot of laughter at

    Published 17:21 on 27 Jun 2013

  • WoW/MoB Race to the Restaurant report

    The MOBS and WOWs went racing for the first time, destination the Waters Edge at Mercury. We split into two groups WOW's and MOB's. After an exciting start just off the hard Suzy Hamel in her Foxer sprinted away, however she was overtaken by Sarah Hughes in her Laser just as they entered the Creek. The MOB started second Richard (a new member) in the club laser got off to

    Published 20:01 on 23 Jun 2013

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    BIG WEDNESDAY 19th June 2013

    Hamble River SC , best known for running the ever popular Winter Series, revealed one of the best kept secrets in Solent racing when it threw open its Wednesday night racing for one evening on 19th June and saw some 29 boats hit the race course. Club members enjoy some 25 Wednesday night races as part to their membership and attract a fleet usually encompassing about 20-25 boats ranging from XOD racing one design to IRC

    Published 11:42 on 21 Jun 2013

  • Wednesday 12th June

    An excellent evening was enjoyed by all watching Bramblemet, many in the warmth of the pub, steady at some 19 to 20 knots base wind with average gust levels of 30 to 34 knots from 6pm to 8pm. A very good call to cancel normal racing by the race officer and in sufficient time to prevent crew from rushing on the roads only to find a cancellation on arrival – thank you. Lis Robinson

    Published 17:03 on 13 Jun 2013

  • HRSC Cadets make it a clean sweep

    What a great day the Cadets had at the Onboard Pico Open on Saturday 8th June as cadets from HRSC, SWAC, Warsash, Hillhead and Lymington all took to the water in the Onboard Pico Regatta. The conditions were difficult - gusty on the course and no wind at the windward mark. Congratulations to Callum Weston who came first in the single handers and brothers Robert and Andrew McFarlane who took first in the double handers making it

    Published 16:55 on 9 Jun 2013

  • Dinghy sailing on Saturday 11th May.

    HRSC dinghy sailors were out in force (as was the wind) on Saturday, with the youngest and newest sailing off the beach in oppies and Mirrors, and the more experienced (in ability and age) taking part in the Harbour Masters Pursuit race. Club members entered their Foxers, Tera, Wayfarer, Lasers, Picos, and a couple of Feva’s. The wind provided some challenging sailing, which tested sailors and boats alike, with the wayfarer almost sinking. In the slow handicap

    Published 13:41 on 12 May 2013

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    Bottle Pursuit

    On Wednesday the 1st of May, Hamble River Sailing Club organised the Bottle Pursuit, which is the traditional transition between the Early Bird Series and the A Series. Seventeen boats made their way into the Solent, where the conditions were as good as they could be, nice sunshine and a northerly breeze, around 10 knots. This unusual wind direction was a bit challenging for the Race Officers, as it forced setting a start line not

    Published 18:41 on 3 May 2013

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