Category: Club News

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Middelburg and Oostende

Three very enjoyable days in Middelburg, a day wandering around the restored town and a 10 mile walk to Veere. Tuesday we headed South, out of the canal and a very lively sail to...

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Arrived in Middelburg

Bit of a delayed post, but after about 26hours at sea and passing through the international waters of 4 countries, England, France, Belgium and Holland, we arrived in Vlisingen about 06.30 (U.K. Time) this...

Ray Govier – RIP 0

Ray Govier – RIP

We have received the sad news that our longest serving and one of the founder members of the club, Ray Govier passed away last Thursday. Our thoughts go out to his family. Update:- Rays...

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Crime Doesn’t Respect Our Borders

Following a very informative presentation by the Border Force Maritime Intelligence team this post has been updated. Project Kraken is a joint initiative between Border Force, the National Crime Agency and the Police. If...

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Jetty repaired

Battling against the wind, 5 of us repaired the damaged jetty today. The water and electricity still need repairing, but the hammer head and landing stages are now safe.

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Wind causes havoc at Lower Halstow

Very strong winds this last weekend knocked one boat off it’s stand, damaging another, knocked another over on its mooring leaving it partially sunk as it didn’t right, and dislodged another which was re-propped...

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Westmoreland Barge sunk again

We have been informed today that the Dry dock Lighter containing the remains of the Sailing Barge Westmoreland has sadly sunk again on its mooring in Halstow Creek. Presumably all that will be visible...