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  • History In The Making

    I once saw on a company executives office wall, a poster that had a beautiful sunset behind a mountain range, it said Obstacles are what you see when you take your eyes off the goal. Ollie Meadowcroft may not have read or heard these pearls of wisdom, but he didnt get picked for the UK team sailing 420s at the world championships by allowing COVID 19 problems to get in the way. He and his crew, Oscar

    Published 08:29 on 21 Jul 2021

  • Enjoy Water Safely

    As sailors, I'm sure we all have a healthy respect for the dangers in the waters we regard as our playground. But, with the recent tragic news of a teenage boy drowning in the river just downstream from the clubhouse, it's worth reminding ourselves of the risks. The temperature of river water at this time of year is somewhere between 15 and 20 degrees, it can come as a bit of a shock, especially if

    Published 00:00 on 25 Jun 2021

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    Wednesday evening racing photos 9 June 2021

    Courtesy of Martin Beddows we now have a selection of photos from last Wednesday's evening racing. Please visit the gallery to view.

    Published 16:04 on 14 Jun 2021

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    Ed flies the UTSC flag at Cookham Reach OK Open

    On Saturday 12 June three OK's from UTSC sailed down to CRSC (yes - an eventful trip under the bridge) for CRSC's first OK Open in many years. A full report of the event is now available on the CRSC website . With 5 OK's from the host club, 3 OK's from UTSC and 5 other visitors, including multiple National Champion Nick Craig, a total of 13 OK's competed in

    Published 15:23 on 14 Jun 2021

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    Commodore's message - Hector Morris

    It is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Hector Morris died on Monday 24th May. Hector was a long standing and very active member of the club. He joined with his wife Jenny and daughter Sarah back in the 1970s, and was a keen racing member, sailing Wayfarer 1337 Hermes, for many years. He was also the club treasurer for an extensive period of time before becoming Caroline's

    Published 19:05 on 26 May 2021

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    New Sailing Rules for 2021-2024

    Our video of the 'View New Sailing Rules for 2021-2024' talk has now expired. To find out more about the new rules, please download a complete copy of the new rules from the World Sailing website.

    Published 10:02 on 20 Apr 2021

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    BEW Priority List now open for non-members

    Bourne End Week will follow approximately the same programme as previous years with a good social programme. But all of this will be subject to any Coronavirus restrictions in place at the time. Demand for places is expected to be high, and we may need to limit entry numbers. UTSC members are guaranteed places and do not need to do anything now, but for non-members only we are introducing an

    Published 10:53 on 9 Apr 2021

  • Commodore's Message

    Dear Member, On the 29th March 2021 it is expected that outdoor sports facilities can open for use. Under the current legislation and guidance, the use of the Clubhouse itself will be limited to the use of the toilets only with the same restrictions applying as last year. If you want to sail, please come to the club in your sailing gear or change in the car park. We will contact you again when further restrictions are

    Published 12:39 on 20 Mar 2021

  • Commodore's Message

    Dear Members, The Opening up of UTSC At the recent General Committee, we had the opportunity to discuss the Government Roadmap, that was released on the 22 February 2021, which should lead us out of the COVID-19 restrictions. This Roadmap is in 4 Steps. Step 1 - Starts 8 March 2021 Step 2 - Starts 12 April 2021 Step 3 - Starts 12 May 2021 Step 4 - Starts

    Published 16:53 on 28 Feb 2021

  • Success Story

    A success story. Upper Thames Sailing Club has benefited over recent years from visionary management teams and many inspirational members. This combination has seen the need to focus their efforts in creating an environment that will foster and encourage its younger members to develop their sailing skills. Jude Armstrong is the most recent of the clubs young members to have succeeded in fulfilling the managements hopes and aspirations, which are to develop

    Published 11:53 on 1 Jan 2021

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