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Note that this club is run entirely by volunteers, we should get back to you within in a week. If that does not happen, please email committee at codysailingclub.co.uk

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Please let us know which email addresses you would like us to use to contact you with. If you are joining as a family we are happy to directly mail each member. If you want to change this at any time just let us know.

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Health Declaration

We used to collect health information on joining, and since the GDPR has classified health information as requiring special handling, we are choosing to keep this as verbal only, and nothing will be written down. If you have health concerns which your helm or the organiser should know about, please inform them verbally. See our GDPR statement for further details.

Payment (Prices on the Fees page)

I wish to join the Cody Sailing Club and will provide funds (made payable to Cody Sailing Club, or by electronic bank transfer – we can send you our bank details) for the correct amount.

Data Protection

The information you provide in this form will be used solely for dealing with you as a member of Cody Sailing Club.

The Club has a Data Privacy Policy which can be found at www.codysailingclub.co.uk. Your data will be stored and used in accordance with this Policy.

The Club may wish to publish a membership directory with member’s contact details which will be available to all members in paper form. If you consent to your data being shared in this way, please type yes after Directory Consent.

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Please be aware that if you later decide to withdraw your consent it will not be possible to remove your contact details from printed material until the next edition of the membership directory is printed, which will be on a yearly basis.

The Club may arrange for photographs or videos to be taken of Club activities and published on our newsletter, website or social media channels to update club membership on events and promote the Club. If you consent to your image being used by the Club in this way, please type yes after Photograph/Video Consent.

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If at any time you wish to withdraw your consent for any of the above, please e-mail the commodore, whose contact details are on the club website contacts page (www.codysailingclub.co.uk)

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I have read and understood the Cody Sailing Club Constitution and Rules and agree to abide by them.

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Your plans

Let us know what aspects of club membership you are particularly interested in – we can then match you with someone in the club with similar interests

  • Evening sailing on Frensham Pond
    • Great if you live locally to Frensham and want to develop your skills having just come off an RYA Level 2 course
  • Daysails on the Solent and beyond
    • Helming and crewing a club boat (Building experience)
    • Skippering a club boat (RYA seamanship required)
    • I’ve got my own boat and want to join in with the day sailing
  • Family camping and sailing
    • I want to come camping
    • I want to sail a club boat on the camping events
    • I want to bring my own boat (dinghy, kayak, SUP) to the camping events

Send these details to the Club Secretary.

Recent Posts

Bosham Camp – Twice to Dell Quay

On Friday a couple of boats made a tour of the harbour, from Cobnor up to Dell Quay, then on the ebb to HISC and out of the harbour, then back to Cobnor on the early flood, arriving as the sun went down.
The evening social was lovely, around communal BBQ’s which then turned into camp fires (far enough off the ground to leave the the grass unharmed).
Saturday the camp started in full, and at 11am, 5 boats sailed to Dell Quay, in the flood through the moorings against the easterly wind. We were made very welcome at Dell Quay SC, and sat on their sunny verandah, eating lasagna and cake. The return journey was a drift for most of the way, with a southerly wind picking up near Deep End, so we decided to run to Bosham for an ice cream. We arrived at Bosham SC’s concrete slipway in the teeth of the ebb tide, gained ice cream and made the beat through the moorings for home just as the fierce ebb was slowing, arriving at about 17:00.
The evening was again a lovely gathering, with two members joining us for the campfire on the field from their yacht that they sailed around from Portsmouth. We finally found out how one of them broke their finger.
Sunday morning saw six boats head out into a westerly wind, and the spring flood was too fierce with the little wind to make out to Chalkdock, so we settled happily for Dell Quay again, with the wind from completely the other direction. A dead run in very light winds, and the sea breeze built behind us and we arrived at Dell Quay at noon. Fortunately their racing fleet was just away and we were welcomed for a second lunchtime to DQSC’s verandah, more lasagna, piri-piri chicken and lashing of hot tea and coffee. We left at the top of the tide, 13:20, and the breeze stiffened to a F3 for the beat through Chichester Pool, and the reach along Itchenor Reach and back to the camp.
All this on both days was in horizon to horizon sunshine, and dry sailing in shorts and t-shirts.
Good weather, good company and lovely sailing.

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