Club Boats

Club Boats

The Club currently operates four dinghies (two Comet Trios, one Comet Versa and a Laser 1) which are sailed and maintained by the Dinghy Section.

Three boats are berthed at Frensham Pond Sailing Club and one boat is at Southampton Sailing Club. Two boats at Frensham have full membership and one has a weekday only membership. The boats are stored on their trollies at Frensham Pond and additional materials are kept at the Boat Shed on the Farnborough site.

During the winter months all members of the Dinghy Section are asked to help with the maintenence of our boats as this keeps our fleet in good condition and keeps subscription charges low. This task has reduced considerably in recent year now that the Club runs a totally GRP fleet.

All members of the Dinghy Section can use the boats providing they are not being used for Club activities.

To book a club boat, contact the Rear Commodore.

Trio 384 (White)

Comet Trio 467

Comet Versa 327

Laser 1

Maintenance

Comet Trio Rope Lengths 

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Chichester Harbour Daysail – Sunday 18th July

The forecast was for glorious sunny and hot weather, but light winds. With the prospect of a nice sea breeze due to the warm weather, six Cody sailors headed down to Chichester harbour for a sail from Itchenor to see where the wind took us. The one thing that was predictable was the tide. A late morning low allowed for a sail (or a possible drift) out to towards the harbour entrance and back with the tide.

David Gradwell and new member James fresh from the Level 1&2 training course at Frensham sailed in the Clubs shiny White Trio. Keith and Louis in a Sport 14 and Anna and Simon in Simons not quite so shiny Brown trio (was originally red once before it got a sun tan!)

Due to the hot weather the road to east head was packed and so was the carpark at Itchenor but we just got the last few car park spaces, phew! It was a relief to finally get on the water after a very hot time setting up. The sea breeze kicked in nicely on cue and it was a lovely sail. We stopped at the Hayling sailing club for lunch which was very pleasant and then sailed out of the harbour not quite making it to the bar with the wind dropping and tide turning, before returning on a broad reach back to Itchenor. It was a nice day out, Chichester harbour is lovely, and it was good to see the Club white trio have an outing and enjoy the sunny weather. Itchenor is a good place to launch but best to get there early on a weekend in summer with good weather.

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