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Further to the recent 50th anniversary celebrations of Chichester’s round the world voyage, the BBC have released a short film entitled “The man who was too old to sail around the world”. This includes original footage of his return … More
The freshly revived St Malo race/cruise is coming up soon! Starting from Plymouth on the evening of Thursday 15th June, there will be a party held in Les Bas-Sablon Marina in St Malo on Friday evening. Berthing will be … More
Throughout the Summer Saturday May 13th – Cargreen Barbecue Lead boat ~ Prima Sunday May 28th – Local yachts to anchor in ‘Wedding Cake Bay’ Dressed overall to celebrate 50th anniversary of Sir Francis Chichester’s circumnavigation Saturday June 17th – … More
There will be an exhibition on at the club on Sir Francis Chichester’s Round the World Voyage in 1966/7. This will be open to the public from Wednesday 10th May to Thursday 25th May. Tuesday to Fridays 10am to 12pm. … More
Photos kindly supplied by club member Mark Johnson of Yacht Gem – the committee boat used during the race.
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Coming up: Monday 19th June Rotary – 12:30 Cadets – 17:30 Tuesday 20th June Cadets – 17:30 Wednesday 21st June 1884 Series Part 2 Starts – 18:35 Sunday 25th June Sunday Carvery – 12:30 Monday 26th June Rotary – 12:30 … More
Friday 31st March was the Annual Cruising Dinner with Guest Speaker Barry Gray! A great night was had by all with an extremely interesting talk on ‘Operation Frankton’ and the Cockleshell Heroes.
Plymouth ‘Win or Swim’ Dinghy Regatta will see a weekend of great racing in Plymouth Sound, hosted by us here at the RWYC and supported by members of the Port of Plymouth Sailing Association. For friends, family and spectators, SailRacer … More
The National Coastwatch Institution, in addition to providing weather information on their website, are about to extend our services to the local marine community by broadcasting current sea and weather conditions at Rame Head at regular times each day! http://www.nci-ramehead.org.uk/weather/Current_Monitor.htm← Older posts Newer posts →