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    Dinghy racing : Sailing Sec Update 6th April

    Dinghy racing 7th April - Cancelled Decision has been made early that there will be no dinghy racing on Sunday 7th due to wind strength forecast and that even if there is a weather window in the morning we do not have the usual flexibility because our support boat assets are at

    Published 1:32pm on 6 Apr 2024

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    Get on yer bike to Sandsfoot Beach!

    Last Sunday marked the official end of this year's Working Parties. Excellent support from club members has enabled a wide variety to be successfully completed. Amongst the tasks the club has been undertaking further work on the beach foreshore installing five bike racks for community use. This will enable beach users to confidently secure their bikes whilst enjoying all the benefits of this great location! Photo: L. to R. Club Members

    Published 2:28pm on 4 Mar 2024

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    CCSC Musto Skiffs at Oxford Blue

    3 Musto Skiffs turned up to a sunny and warm Oxford Blue. Just as we went to launch the gusts build to a nice 15 knots Race one Sam Barker won the committee boat and put the nose down hard. Andy Rice stuck his boat in high mode of the pin end. Sam Pascoe got spat out the back of this battle so tried to tack out, but his new harness hook had

    Published 6:24pm on 25 Feb 2024

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    1st Place for Sam at Tiger Trophy

    Five Musto Skiffs turned up to an unusually warm and sunny Rutland for the sixth leg of the Seldén Sailjuice Winter Series. After day one we got off the water to find out that the Musto class was 1-4 on the overall results of the Tiger Trophy! Only a few murmurs about our handicap... but it's okay. The pursuit race put that to bed! Day two and another windy pursuit race. Thankfully less

    Published 8:33pm on 6 Feb 2024

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    Galley Chef 2024 Amanda De Saulles

    The Clubhouse was buzzing with culinary competitive spirit at the 2024 Galley Chef Competition. The competition had a bit of a different twist this year as each competitor had the opportunity to use a secret tinned ingredient in a bid to gain extra points! Our talented chefs cooked on a single burner camping stove for 30 minutes, in a small allocated area that resembled a galley space on a yacht, before the discerning

    Published 8:17pm on 6 Feb 2024

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    Sam continues to lead the way at Bloody Mary!

    Sam reports... That 5 Musto skiffs turned up to 5-12 knots and a warm 10 degrees. Far too tropical conditions for the Bloody Mary. Having missed one of the winter events I got the far nicer coloured Silva rash vest. Whilst watching the early starts we chuckled as the RS400 had a general recall and started 2min later. Definitely helping us overall. The breeze built 3 knots 10min before our start

    Published 11:01pm on 6 Jan 2024

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    Sam Pascoe leads the Castle Cove team with Draycote win.

    Castle Cove SC has just shown its depth of dinghy talent again at one of the country's bigger winter events - The Draycote Dash. Our current most successful dinghy racer, multiple champion, and joint principal organizer of CCSC Cadets - Sam Pascoe has added another notable event win to his collection. He battling his Musto Skiff round Saturdays 4 fleet races and Sundays pursuit to take a one point victory in some proper challenging inland

    Published 4:05pm on 23 Nov 2023

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    Prize-giving and Ceilidh 2023

    A wonderful prize-giving celebration at Castle Cove's Club House last night. Members were treated to a 'full on' curry experience provided by Tikka Trak followed by Commodore Andy Adler's speech and some lovely puddings! Over 60 prizes were awarded by Rob and Sandra Smith and Charlie Adler. Special mention must go again to Rob and Sandra for their custodianship of the Club's trophies and Sandra who handcrafts the amazing plaques which each trophy winner is

    Published 6:03pm on 19 Nov 2023

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    Great Turnout For CCSC's AGM

    The CCSC Annual General Meeting was held on Friday 10th October 2023. The meeting was attended by over 80 members. Our Commodore reflected on our Centenary year and thanked all members who had contributed to running Castle Cove Sailing Club both on and off the water. He remarked that the support members give to open events culminates in rewarding feedback from visitors who continue to compliment both the facility and the friendliness of our Club.

    Published 9:38pm on 15 Nov 2023

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    Winter Supper and Quiz Night

    A delicious supper was cooked by Rob from Brown Goose Catering and a very entertaining quiz organised by club member Quizmaster Richard Bowers which was the perfect combination for a winter gathering in our Clubhouse. Well done Grace our retiring Rear Commodore (Shore) for organising the evening and for your hard work in the kitchen this evening loading the dishwasher! We have another Club supper evening planned in December which

    Published 9:22pm on 15 Nov 2023

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    Seagrass Workshop held at CCSC

    On Monday 6th November CCSC members and members of the public received a very informative presentation and workshop on seagrass from the Marine Conservation Society. The workshop was led by our Vice Commodore Ian Green with the support of Dr Jean-Luc Solandt, Emily Bunce, Amdeep Saghera and Dr Peter Richardson from the MCS. The MCS are working to protect and recover seagrass meadows in UK seas, which is a vital habitat for animals and

    Published 9:18pm on 15 Nov 2023

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    Well done Charlie!

    We took the opportunity to present Charlie Sansom with his trophy and pack of Cerne Abbas Brewery beer today which he won at the CCSC Contender Event in September. Charlie had not realised that he had been awarded the trophy for best newcomer at the Nationals so it was a nice surprise for him today! Cheers Charlie!

    Published 9:15pm on 15 Nov 2023

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