We were in the news again last week, this time in the Chichester Observer. The article covered the club’s weekend event in Chichester Harbour, May 4-7 (as per the posting below – May 7).
Have ever fancied sailing? Cody Sailing Club have a number of dinghies available now where you can experience the excitement and freedom of being on the water. There are also a couple of cruisers anchored off the shore. There will be people around until late this afternoon
The Chichester Post have printed a nice article about our upcoming Push The Boat Out event – and although they say that we’re new and based in Chichester (we’re 70 years old this year and while we keep our boats at Frensham Pond we operate across the South) everything else is accurate.
The RYA have very pleasingly promoted our event on the RYA South Region News page.
If you’re thinking of coming to the event on Sunday, please let us know – email firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Cody camp takes place starts 26 May on the western edge of Poole Harbour, not far from Corfe. It is always very peaceful.
Tempted? How about this for some spectacular evening scenery. This photo of the sunset was taken on 12 May just of the camp from Emelita whilst anchored just off the camp
Cody Sailing Club will be participating in the RYA’s Push The Boat Out event on May 20th. See the RYA’s News & Events pages for further details (link below), look out for us in local press around the south coast and on social media. Be sure to come and see us on the beach at Stokes Bay on the 20th.
We just enjoyed a very special long weekend of camping and sailing in Chichester Harbour. The weather was record-breaking and with clear blue sky from horizon to horizon there was sure to be a sea breeze. The forecasted wind was only an Easterly F1-2. Each day we waited for the sea breeze to start, which gave a cooling and refreshing F3 Southerly breeze across the harbour. Given the tide, the best place to go was to East Head, HISC and then home, on one day via Bosham for ice creams. We teamed up with First Sunday Sailing Group and enjoyed fleet cruising with them on both Saturday and Sunday. On Monday the sea breeze took longer to arrive than on the other days, and by noon we had solid wind. We had time to visit East Head for lunch, a chat and a snooze in the sun.
A very enjoyable and relaxing time, with great company.