A report of the Three Creeks Race 2017
Many thanks to Paul Raven for this.
Many thanks to all Club Members who volunteered to help in some way during the weekends Supernova Sea Championship. Without such help it would not be possible for our Club to host such events. If you haven't tried being involved in an event before then please consider getting involved either on shore or afloat at future events.The feedback from the Supernova sailors has been nothing other than positive, and they have all gone away with a great impression of Exe SC.
We are open! We have our guest agency chef, Stephen, standing in this week, providing a normal evening service from Tuesday to Friday inclusive. The kitchen will be open for business from 7pm every evening – Tues, Wed, Thurs and Fri. We will run Steak Night Special on Tuesday and a specials board on Wednesday / Thursday / Friday. After racing food service will be provided as normal.
Details of the Orestone Race and Wine Run are now on the Cruiser Programme & Events page.
Details of the latest survey of the Exe Approach and the Procedure for Transferring Crew Underway can be found on the Cruiser Racing Information page.
To add a little sparkle to King Cup Wednesdays dinghy racing, there will be a prize of a bottle of fizz awarded in the clubhouse after every Wednesday King Cup race.
Starts on Wednesday 3rd May!
For more information read here.
The event is open to teams of sailors and cyclists. Each team will have one boat and at least one cyclist.
New race card can be viewed here.
Thank you to Rupert Pitts (Safety Boat driver) for the pictures he took on Sunday 2nd April of the club dinghy racing which can be seen here.
Would members please note that the club cannot permit the use of it'shand held VHF radios when sailing privately. The reason for this isbecause of licensing restrictions.
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