Note the main around the Island race this year is on SUNDAY 9 September. Full details at www.iossc.org.uk/islandrace
With 17 entries received so far from 6 different clubs this event will no doubt be highly competitive. The event will comprise a series of thirteen races with a maximum of four races to be sailed each day, races will be run over in windward/leeward courses apart from a single distance race which will will be run on one day. In addition to some great racing a number of social events will be open to all MYC members. Read more…
Message from Queenborough Harbour Team: Unfortunately there will be NO trot boat running this weekend (11+12 August) due to mechanical issues. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and are trying everything in our power to rectify this.
UPDATE: The trot boat now has a new engine and is operational again.
The Hebridean Princess is due in Chatham Dockyard, Basin 3, at 09.00 this Friday.
This is part of her ‘Treasures of Normandy and Channel Islands’ cruise and her passengers will be visiting the Chatham Historic Dockyard. This cruise will be on the future Hebridean Princess cruise programme, visiting the River Medway every three years. It is hoped that the facilities at Chatham will encourage visits by other ‘compact’ cruise ships.
Inland Waterways Association: Kent & East Sussex Branch are holding a meeting at Strood Yacht Club on Thursday, 27 September 2018 at 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm. Roger Squires will be giving an illustrated talk on the Caledonian Canal and all are welcome whether IWA members or not.