Aiming for Yachtmaster

Should the aim of an amateur sailor be to increase their level of skill at every opportunity? Yes, but how high up the ladder should one aim for? In my case, “Yachtmaster Offshore”, what used to be called “Yachtmaster”, distinct from “Coastal Skipper” which . . . → Read More: Aiming for Yachtmaster


The club’s first sail of the season took place from Friday 23rd to Sunday afternoon 25th March. Three yachts took part – Sea Dream, Hunter Legend 336, from Chichester with Sandy and Avi aboard, Wild Spirit, Jeanneau 40 Sun Odyssey, from Lymington, with Phil, Karen, Robert and Phil's nephew Max, and Yamma, Hallberg . . . → Read More: EARLY SEASON SHAKE DOWN SAIL 23-25th March 2012

Thames Cruise 2012

This is the fourth time our club has chartered from LeBoat for their inland waterway cruise and we were not disappointed. Crusader 44 was as it says on the tin forty-four feet long consisting of three two birth cabins, en-suite bathroom with shower, fully fitted-out galley and lounge area. The boat had inside . . . → Read More: Thames Cruise 2012

Portsmouth Tides