TSC For Sale / Wanted Adverts – Now Online

Do you have an item of sailing related equipment that you wish to sell?  Perhaps you are looking for an item?  Then the NEW For Sale / Wanted page could be for you!

Please email the webmaster with your advert and make sure it includes your preferred contact details and any photos you might want to include.  The advert content will then be reviewed and uploaded to the For Sale / Wanted section of the website.  This is a free service to our club members.

Email webmaster@tudorsailing.org.uk with your advert today.

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  • LV SEE Pursuit Race
  • Kayak and Dinghy Captain Updates
  • Rowing Update
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

LV SEE Pursuit Race

This Sunday is the L V See pursuit race starting at 13:00. For those not familiar with pursuit races, all boats start at a specific time based on your Tudor handicap number. With the slowest boat starting first. The theory goes that if all boats taking part do equally well then everyone finishes at the same time. In practice the sailors sailing better will either stay in front of the fast boats or, if sailing a fast boat, catch the slower boats up.

The start times after the start signal are attached to this email and will be displayed at the bottom of the race box steps. If anyone is wanting more information about pursuit races then please feel free to email me. Also the race officer will be around before the start sequence and is happy to answer any questions you might have. We still need 2 patrol boat helms for this race so if you are trained up then please volunteer on Dutyman as soon as possible.

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Kayak and Dinghy Captain Updates

Since the clubs AGM there has been no formal Dinghy Captain. As Sailing Sec and outgoing Dinghy Captain, I did take on some of the role but it was far from ideal. Which is why I am pleased to announce that Hannah Barnes has been accepted as dinghy captain. This does mean that Hannah has now stepped down as Kayak Captain and the role was advertised to the kayak section. Two members came forward to volunteer for the role but unfortunately only one of them was eligible to stand for the role according the clubs constitution. So I am pleased to announce that the new kayak captain is Alex Ford.

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Rowing Update

Tudor Challenge

Thank you to everyone that helped make the club’s first Tudor Challenge a success on Saturday. We have had some fantastic feedback from our own members and the clubs we hosted. All are keen for us to make our fixed seat rowing challenge an annual event in the harbour’s calendar. Mother Nature rightly stole the show with some blistering heat but with sensible precautions everyone had lots of fun. Congratulations to TSC’s Navigator crew who won the overall Tudor Challenge Cup. A full list of winners will be available on the website soon.

Everyone there on Saturday made our neighbouring sailing and rowing clubs feel really welcome. Brilliant job TSC 👍🏼

Friendly Friday Rowing Race night

Friday 26th August will be the final fun race night of the summer season. It’s the usual format that I tell you every month ☺️ but weather willing there might be some water pistols added this time to keep you on your toes. ☺️

We will also be hosting more local sailing and rowing clubs to join us in our Bursledons and enjoy a Tudor sunset.

Everyone is welcome as always. Even if you don’t row, please join us.

If you’d like to row please arrive by 6pm for the 6.15 briefing.

Food will be served later in the evening and this month it is authentic Italian Lasagne (and a vegetarian pasta option). Because of preparation time pre booking will be essential this month and a web collect link will be available shortly. [or keep checking here: https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc if you want to catch it as soon as it appears – Ed]

Jane Dare

Rowing Captain
rowing

Ebb & Flow

I have been advised that the outboard motor has been stolen from Eryngium sometime between 30th July and 8th August (no other damage has been done). It may be worth checking your boat if you havn’t in that period.

On a slightly more positive note, Chichester Harbour have published “An essential safety guide for the new or less experienced mariner”. There are a few Chichester specific bits, but some is generally relevant even if you’re not visiting our neighbouring harbour. You can download the PDF at: https://conservancy.co.uk/assets/files/cms_item/32/d-Essential_Safety_Leaflet_LORES-L1sSGPPDV4.pdf

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Watch this space Club Rowing – Leisure Row August 17th 1800hrs
Women on the Water August 18th 1745hrs
Gales Series 8 August 19th 1800hrs
Club Rowing – Sport Row August 20th 0800hrs
Low Water Cruise August 20th 1000hrs (dinghies), 0945 (kayaks)
Club Rowing – Gentle Row August 21st 1100hrs
RNLI Nab Tower Trophy August 21st 1100hrs
LV SEE Pursuit August 21st 1300hrs
Club Rowing – Leisure / Sport Row August 22nd 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

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Tidal Diamond 855

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  • Sailing Update
  • Weekend Compound
  • Rowing Update
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Sailing Update

Interclub Race

Unfortunately due to the availability of volunteers from Locks sailing club they have moved the date of the interclub to Sunday 14th August and as this clashes with the Binness race. The interclub race has been removed from the Tudor calendar. For multiple reasons the Binness race cannot be moved to the Saturday.

Priory bay cruise

On Saturday 20th August we were hoping to have a dinghy cruise to priory bay on the isle of wight but unfortunately we will not be able to leave the harbour. So instead I am hoping we will be able to sail down to the landing craft wreck which will take in some narrow channels that most harbour users don’t visit. After which we are likely to stop on sword sands for lunch before returning to the club. If the wind direction is not favourable for visiting the landing craft then we will have a gently sail to either sword sand or the ferry boat inn. There will be a briefing on the lawn at 9:30.

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Weekend Compound

This coming Saturday we’re hosting the inaugural Tudor Challenge Rowing Regatta. This is an open event, and we will be welcoming boats and crews from a number of rowing and sailing clubs in the area, as well as visits from the RNLI and Langstone Harbour Board.

Please be aware that the club, compound and slipway will be busy during the day. Boats will be arriving from 07:00 for the race at 11:00. The race will last for approximately 2 hours, after which time boats will be either moored or recovered prior to refreshments and a prizegiving ceremony.

We will endeavour to ensure that access to the water is kept available for all members during the day.

Please give a regular warm Tudor welcome to visiting crew during the day. Jane Dare (rowing captain) will be available if there are any questions or issues, or please talk to any member of the Tudor rowing section (in blue t-shirts.

Colin Thorpe
Compound Bosun
compound

Rowing Update

Tudor Challenge

Hi everyone

A reminder we’d love to see you this Saturday at our inaugural Tudor Challenge rowing race. We’re delighted to be welcoming sailing and rowing clubs across the three harbours for the 10 mile race. If you can join us the race start is 11am and we expect crews to start crossing the finish line from 1pm. There’ll be some fabulous new and traditional rowing vessels taking part. Please do come and enjoy some food and sunshine.

Jane Dare

Rowing Captain
rowing

Ebb & Flow

The Emsworth RNLI fund raising branch are holding a Quay Sale at Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club on Saturday from 10am to 12pm and I’ve been told they have a boat jumble as part of it, so if anyone isn’t out on the water enjoying the weather (not to mention the Tudor Challenge, so perhaps I shouldn’t be mentioning this) it may be worth a visit. I think given the choice I’d prefer being on the water, just don’t tell my contact with the Emsworth branch!!

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Tudor Challenge (Rowing Regatta) August 13th Club Rowing – Leisure Row August 10th 1800hrs
Women on the Water August 11th 1745hrs
Friendly Friday – Sunset Paddle August 12th 1830hrs
Inaugural TSC Langstone Harbour
Interclub Rowing Race
August 13th 0800hrs
Binness RNLI August 14th 1300hrs
Club Rowing – Leisure / Sport Row August 16th 0800hrs
Club Rowing – Leisure Row August 17th 1800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

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FOR SALE – Lightning 368 single-hander dinghy

Lightning 368 single-hander dinghy for sale.  Similar to Laser Radial but more sedate!  Sail number is 330, constructed in 1997. Has benefitted from changes completed by the current builder – John Claridge Boats of Lymington.  Central thwart was removed and centre mainsheet changed to 4:1 ratio (was 3:1).  Mast and boom both replaced c. 6 years ago.  Comes with combination road trailer and launching trolley, boom-up cover and two sails – full-size and smaller storm sail.  Everything in good condition – has been sailed regularly.

For info about this class see comprehensive class website – http://www.lightning368.org/lnwp2/

The mast is unstayed with a track for hoisting the sail and the centreboard is hinged – more convenient than a dagger board.  The reason for selling is a conclusion that nimbleness has declined and it’s probably time to hang up my dinghy boots!

The asking price is £950.  Boat is on-site in the compound at TSC where it can be viewed by mutually convenient appointment.

Alan Saunders

sail_away@btinternet.com

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Tidal Diamond 854

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  • Low Water Cruise
  • Horse Sands Fort and LV Pursuit Races
  • Rowing Update
  • Social Events Update
  • Missing Ladders
  • Tudor Club Road Trailers
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Low Water Cruise Saturday

This Saturday there is a low water cruise starting at 10:30. This is an ideal event for less experienced dinghy sailors to go out in company with patrol boat cover. It is also an ideal event to be able to see the harbour and its channels at low water.

If anyone would like to lead the cruise then please do get in touch, otherwise I will be happy to lead the cruise. Either way there will be a briefing on the club house lawn at 10am to go over the route which may include a stop on sword sands for lunch.

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Horse Sands Fort and LV See Pursuit Races Change of Date

Due to patrol boat availability, both the Horse Sands Fort and LV See Pursuit races have changed dates. The Horse Sands Fort race will now be held on 18th September with a start time of 10am. And the LV See Pursuit race will now be on the 21st August starting at 1pm. This will mean that there is no racing on Sunday 7th August. The sailing calendar has been updated to reflect these changes.

Hope to see you out on the water

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Rowing Update

Rowing Race Night

A beautiful evening Friday but still a hard row out to the Broom buoy against the tide. A brilliantly challenging sprint row for such a short stretch of water. It was fantastic to welcome Dell Quay Sailing Club and the Coastal Rowing Academy as club guests. Dell Quay were trying the Bursledons for the first time and they were rightly impressed.

Picture attached of the winning team.

The last friendly Friday race night of the summer season will be August 26th and we’re hoping it will be a big party with lots of clubs joining us for fun and supper. More to follow, but please do come along and join in.

Round Hayling Rowing Race

Sunday was this year’s Round Hayling rowing event and Tudor had 3 gigs entered for potentially what should have been ’round’ Hayling. Given the windy conditions and a south westerly F4 to 5 (and gusting higher) the course was shortened to round the Mulberry and back. From Northney down the harbour this proved a challenging 9 mile round trip especially on the way down against wind and tide!

With a staggered start just about reflecting the handicaps the 3 Tudor boats started near the front, Navigator and Freedom battled the elements and each other with Navigator crossing the just ahead and taking 3rd across the line and the Fastest Bursledon Gig trophy. Rosie with an all women team weren’t too far behind.

Congratulations to our Tudor teams – 1st, 2nd and 3rd in our class. It continues to be a winning year. Picture of the Navigator crew attached.

Seamanship Evenings

We’ve had two great evenings at the club with Knotty Night and Turning the Tide. If you have ideas of other seamanship evenings we could hold at the club, please get in touch with me. We’ll definitely do Knotty Night again this Autumn and there’s potential for a talk on surviving at sea. Your input is encouraged to help us develop these evenings for all club members.

Tudor Challenge August 13th

More to follow on this next week (I’ve gone on long enough already 😁) but please do put the date in your diary. Everyone is welcome and it will be great to have so many local sailing clubs and rowing clubs joining us for the day. A fantastic opportunity to showcase the club. If you’d like more details ahead of next week’s TD please pop me a message.

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
rowing

Social Events Update

Games Night – Friday 5th August

Sorry to those of you that had shown an interest in coming along to the games night, but unfortunately we have had to cancel the event due to bar closure.

We will reschedule.

Tudor Challenge – Saturday 13th August

TSC will be hosting our first rowing regatta and we are hoping the event will be a huge success, but we can’t do that without your help!

If you need to get those duty hours completed, well this could be the event for you. You could nearly get all them done in one day if you wished to!

We are looking for people to run the BBQ, help in the galley or behind the bar.

For times and duties please check Dutyman, thank you

https://dutyman.biz/dmmain.aspx?id=T0001746

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Missing Ladders

Hi All Tudor members,

During a recent inventory check by the maintenance committee it has become apparent that the club is missing a medium height step ladder and an extending ladder!!!!! does anyone have any information as to their whereabouts? If you have borrowed them please return same…..the committee will work hard to cover your embarrassment so long as we have them returned pronto.

All information to maintenance

Ian DuCane
Maintenance Officer
maintenance

Tudor Club Road Trailers

Hi all club members, particularly dinghy owners.

The maintenance committee have “resurrected” 3 combination road trailer bases that were donated some time back in history, these 3 units have had new wheel bearings, they have also been fitted with fully adjustable rollers, adjustable bow snubber blocks and adjustable jockey wheels. there is also an “over roof” mast support for transporting a dinghy and its mast.

These trailers can be used by club members to transport their own boats to races or to and from home.

They will shortly appear on web collect for booking and have a nominal charge of £10 per day to cover their maintenance.

Please report any problems or damage immediately to the maintenance section.

The trailers are located at the North end of the large compound and are numbered 1, 2, and 3.

Happy boating

Ian DuCane
Maintenance Officer
maintenance

Ebb & Flow:

Quite a lot of content this week, so just a few local notices that may be of interest to finish off with:

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Games Night – postponed August 5th 1830hrs Club Rowing – Leisure Row August 3rd 1800hrs
Tudor Challenge (Rowing Regatta) August 13th Women on the Water August 4th 1745hrs
Gales Series 7 August 5th 1800hrs
Club Rowing – Sport Row August 6th 0800hrs
Ian Silk Forts and Fairway 2 August 6th 0900hrs
Low Water Cruise August 6th 1030hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle Row August 7th 1100hrs
Sunset Series 8 August 8th 1930hrs
Club Rowing – Leisure / Sport Row August 9th 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

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Tidal Diamond 853

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  • Social Events Update
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Events Update

Friendly Friday Race Night – Friday 29th July

Only two race nights left for the summer season. Please join us on the 29th. It’s the usual format where we mix the teams up and race around the Broom buoy and back. This month we’re delighted to be welcoming the rowers from the Coastal Rowing Academy that took part in the 24 hour row, and also members of Dell Quay Sailing Club. Dell Quay have recently added coastal rowing to their activities and we’re delighted to host them and let them try out our gigs.

If you want to row please arrive in time for the briefing at 6.15pm. Rowing not essential though, everyone welcome for a fun summer evening.

We will be serving mac n cheese, with or without bacon, garlic bread and salad, please prebook if you would like food, thank you

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-3
Games Night – Friday 5th August

Bring your favourite games with you or come along and join in some team games.

We will be serving cheesy nachos with guacamole, salsa and sour cream if you fancy a snack!

Come along for a bit of light hearted enjoyment

Please don’t make me play solitaire!

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/games-night

Tudor Challenge – Saturday 13th August

TSC will be hosting our first rowing regatta and we are hoping the event will be a huge success, but we can’t do that without your help!

If you need to get those duty hours completed, well this could be the event for you. You could nearly get all them done in the one day if you wished to!

We are looking for people to run the bbq, help in the galley or behind the bar.

For times and duties please check dutyman, thank you

https://dutyman.biz/dmmain.aspx?id=T0001746

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Ebb & Flow:

A video link that may be of interest this week. I was sent a Facebook link, but with a bit of digging I’ve found a YouTube link which may be easier to watch for those not using Facebook. It is a piece about the Blue Marine Foundation project to restore the native oyster population in the Solent, and covers the work they are doing in Langstone.

https://youtu.be/z2JuNQHKjHs

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

  • Webcollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

This email has been sent to you by WebCollect on behalf of Tudor Sailing Club. WebCollect is a software product for clubs, societies and small businesses. WebCollect is a trading name of Open Brackets Limited, registered number 04559247. Address: 1 Powell Road, Poole BH14 8SG.

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  • Social Events Update
  • Rowing Bits & Bobs
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Events Update

Galley Training – Thursday 21st July

If you need to do duty hours to save you having to pay the dreaded bill at the end of the year, and are happy to help in the kitchen then please book to come along to galley training this Thursday.

This will entail going through health and hygiene procedures, allergies etc. This will only take about an hour, is very informal, and it means you are then able to help in the galley.

Galley duties can be helping with the BBQ’s, serving food, cleaning and washing up. You don’t have to be able to cook, unless you want to.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/galley-training-1

Turning the Tide – Friday 22nd July

There’s still time to book for this Friday evening. Join us for a look at how the tides work in our harbour, and what affects them. Plus some basic training on all those floating buoys out there and what they mean for you.

We’re delighted to be welcoming John Bearman to the club to speak. John works for the Hampshire Police Marine Unit and is also a RYA yachtmaster instructor.

There’ll be chilli and rice served between 6pm and 7pm and the talk will start at around 7pm. You don’t have to eat to come along, but pre booking either way would be appreciated so we know numbers to expect/cater for.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/turning-the-tide

Friendly Friday Race Night – Friday 29th July

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-3
Games Night – Friday 5th August

Bring your favourite games with you or come along and join in some team games.

We will be serving cheesy nachos with guacamole, salsa and sour cream if you fancy a snack!

Please don’t make me play solitaire!

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/games-night

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Rowing Bits & Bobs

Hi everyone.. apologies up front, long update from me this week, so put your feet up 😊

New Rowing Gig

The club is pleased to welcome a new club rowing gig to join Rosie and Olive in the large compound.

If you are available this coming Wednesday, 20th July, at 5.15 pm, do come and join us and meet ‘Lady Jane’ at her official naming ceremony, presided over by our Commodore.

It will be a short ceremony, but we wanted to welcome Lady Jane properly to the Tudor family, before her inaugural row. We’d be delighted if you could join us.

Friendly Friday Race Night July 29th from 6pm

Only two race nights left for the summer season. Please join us on the 29th. It’s the usual format where we mix the teams up and race around the Broom buoy and back. This month we’re delighted to be welcoming the rowers from the Coastal Rowing Academy that took part in the 24 hour row, and also members of Dell Quay Sailing Club. Dell Quay have recently added coastal rowing to their activities and we’re delighted to host them and let them try out our Bursledons.

The social committee will be serving (my personal favourite) Mac & Cheese and here’s the link. https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-3

If you want to row please arrive in time for the briefing at 6.15pm. Rowing not essential though, everyone welcome for a fun summer evening.

Fareham Creek Rowing Regatta – another trophy 💪🏽

On Saturday and Sunday we were invited to attend the rowing regatta held by Fareham Sailing & Motor Boat Club. A brilliant informal fun weekend using traditional wooden long boats.

I’m delighted to say Tudor took first place with the women’s trophy.

It was a short sprint course roughly 1km, involving 180 degree turns that make all the difference in boats we are unfamiliar with.

Brilliant result. 👏 Congratulations.

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
rowing

Ebb & Flow:

A few attachments to draw your attention to this week. Firstly there is an image with the harbour speed limits around the Solent which Hampshire Marine Police have been circulating. It may be handy to have a copy.

Secondly, as mentioned a while back, National Coastwatch have started putting together newsletters. I’ve been a bit slow with the first one and was going to hold the second one until next week, but since it deals with tides and we have Turning the Tide on Friday I decided to include both.

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Galley Training July 21st 2000hrs Club Rowing – Leisure Row July 20th 1800hrs
Turning the Tide July 22nd 1800hrs Women on the Water July 21st 1745hrs
Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night July 29th 1800hrs Gales Series 6 July 21st 1830hrs
Games Night August 5th 1830hrs Sunset Series 7 July 22nd 1930hrs
Round the Island Clockwise July 23rd
Club Rowing – Sport Row July 23rd 0800hrs
Introduction to Rowing July 23rd 1100hrs
Summer Series 3 & 4 July 23rd 1300hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle Row July 24th 1100hrs
Horse Sand Fort / Fairway Beacon July 24th 1300hrs
Club Rowing – Leisure / Sport Row July 26th 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
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  • Social Events Update
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Social Events Update

Sword Sands Fun Day – 10th July

A huge thank you to all of you that came along on Sunday to make the event a huge success.

Thank you to Mark for helping rig, and get the dinghies on and off of the water. Hannah for helping with the kayaks, to John Elson for being a ferry service in the rowing gigs and to the patrol boat crews who ensured our safety

Thank you to all that helped with the food, and the galley gals that also ran the bar.

Lastly, I guess I ought to say congratulations to the men that beat us ladies at rounders! The ladies are looking forward to a rematch – you may not be so lucky next time!

Curry & Quiz Night – 15th July

It is curry night this Friday, so come along to relax, enjoy a drink and maybe win a prize at the quiz

We will be serving a chicken mango curry served with rice, poppadom and Naan from 6pm to 7pm.

Please pre book so we have an idea how many people to cater for

There is no need to eat to come along and join in with the quiz, but why not try something a little different.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/curry-quiz-night

Turning the Tide – 22nd July

As highlighted by our rowing captain

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/turning-the-tide

Galley Training – 21st July 8.00pm

If you need to do duty hours and are happy to help in the galley then please book to come along to galley training.

This will entail going through health and hygiene procedures, allergies etc. It will only take about an hour, is very informal, and it means you are then able to help in the galley

Galley duties can be helping with the BBQ’s, serving food, cleaning and washing up. You don’t have to be able to cook, unless you want to.

We will be out on the water, so it will start at 8 pm.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/galley-training-1

Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night – 29th July

This is the evening when the rowers put their names in a hat and get to row with people of differing capabilities for a fun row round Broom and back.

It’s a great way to get to know each other. If you haven’t rowed before or are relatively new, that is no problem, everyone is welcome to come along and join in, or just to watch and join us for something to eat.

We will be serving bacon, mac and cheese with garlic bread

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-3

Lastly, we have had a table delivered which is to go outside, it is at the club. if anyone has a few minutes to spare could they please put it together, there is a drink in it for you 🙂 Thank you.

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Turning the Tide – Friday 22nd July

There’s still time to book for what’s shaping up to be a great evening. Join us for a beginner’s look at how the tides work in our harbour, and what affects them. Plus some basic training on all those floating buoys out there and what they mean for you. We’re delighted to be welcoming John Bearman to the club to speak. John works for the Hampshire Police Marine Unit and is also a RYA yachtmaster instructor.

There’ll be chilli and rice served between 6pm and 7pm and the talk will start at around 7pm. You don’t have to eat to come along, but pre booking either way would be appreciated so we know numbers to expect/cater for. The web collect link is below.

Although this evening is developed for newer members, our seasoned sailors, rowers, and paddlers are very welcome as the more advice and guidance in the room the better.

Ps: would be great to hear from you on the night about other seamanship evenings you’d find useful. We’ll definitely be running another knotty night at some point, but your ideas and feedback are appreciated.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/turning-the-tide

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
rowing

Ebb & Flow:

For those attending Locks Regatta this coming weekend (see Diary Dates below) I have attached a copy of the sailing instructions.

On a slightly more personal note, I am doing Trek 26 to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society at the beginning of September. That’s a 26 mile walk from Salisbury up round Stonehenge and back. At the beginning of the year my dad, Brian Tansom, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s so, possibly in a rash moment, I decided to sign up. I’m not sure how many members remember my dad, but he joined a few years before I did in 1964 (he had a head start as I wasn’t born!). I remember helping him cut the grass at the old club growing up, and he became Secretary in 1980 or thereabouts. As another piece of club trivia, the Assistant Secretary role was created at the same time because he worked in a children’s home and with the shift patterns couldn’t make some meetings. As Assistant Secretary my mum covered this, and they continued in those posts for around 22 years.

Anyway, if anyone would like to sponsor me you can do so at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/paul-tansom-trek26

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Curry & Quiz Night July 15th 1800hrs Club Rowing – Leisure Row July 13th 1800hrs
Galley Training July 21st 2000hrs Women on the Water July 14th 1745hrs
Turning the Tide July 22nd 1800hrs Paddle to the Pub July 15th 1830hrs
Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night July 29th Locks Regatta July 16th / 17th
Club Rowing – Sport Row July 16th 0800hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle Row July 17th 1100hrs
Club Rowing Leisure / Sport Row July 19th 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

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  • Social Events Update
  • Sword Sands Fun Day
  • Low Water Combined Cruise
  • Paddle to the Pub
  • Cadets
  • New(ish) Members
  • Tractor Training
  • Maintenance Work
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Events Update

Sword Sands Fun Day – 10th July

THIS SUNDAY – ALL MEMBERS

Let’s all make the most of having our own island so close by and spend the afternoon on Sword Sands enjoying the sun, sand and sea.

Bring along your footballs, frisbees, your badminton racquets etc. The main thing is to bring yourselves and your friends and family along.

The patrol boats will be in attendance, so get those cruisers, dinghies, gigs and kayaks ready from midday onwards

Then back to the club for a BBQ and a few drinks to finish the day off.

BBQ will be pay on the day.

It looks like it will be a hot one, so please remember your sun tan lotion and water.

Give me a shout if you wish to go and need a lift, there will always be someone willing to help.

Curry & Quiz Night – 15th July

You all did so well on the quiz last month, maybe I should make it a little harder?

We will be serving a chicken mango curry served with rice, poppadom and Naan from 6pm to 7pm

There is no need to eat to come along and join in with the quiz, but why not try something a little different.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/curry-quiz-night

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Sword Sands Fun Day

This Sunday is a club cruise down to sword sands for a picnic and some games on the sands. This is a perfect event for newer members or any members that want to get out on the water in company with patrol boats being out on the water at the same time. We have 2 patrol boats heading down to the sands. So why not kayak, paddle board, dinghy sail or motor in your cruiser/tender down to sword sands. If you are wanting to use a club kayak, gig or dinghy then please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Low Water Combined Cruise

Sunday 10th July

This will be an opportunity for everyone to get on the water together and have a good time in what looks to be sunny weather. We will be going to the sands so bring a some spare layers as it can get chilly in the breeze. The sailors will probably go for a longer cruise around the harbour prior to going to the sands but paddlers will go straight there. After returning from the sands we can open the bar and have a BBQ.

Please let the social team know rough numbers by booking on webcollect, you will pay on the day by card.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/sword-sands-fun-sports-day

Hannah Barnes
Kayak Captain
kayaks

Paddle to the Pub

Friday 15th July

A paddle in Langstone Harbour to the ferry boat inn. We need to leave at 1830 promptly so please arrive in plenty of time to chat, change and ready your boat. There is a curry night at the club so it will be a drink in the pub then paddle back to have dinner.

Please let me know if you intend to come via webcollect – also book your curry there too.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/sunset-paddle-to-the-pub
Hannah Barnes
Kayak Captain
kayaks

Cadets

If you are a member with cadet age children membership then you should already have received an email from Webcollect with a link to a feedback form. If you have not received this then please check your spam and if it is not there then let me know and I will send it out to you.

Hannah Barnes
Kayak Captain
kayaks

New(ish) Members

Are you a new or newish member?

Then please feel free to join our new members whatsApp group to connect with to other new members and the class captains. You can also follow us on Instagram @tudorsailingclub, Facebook @tudorsailing or Twitter @tudor_sc

Hannah Barnes
Kayak Captain
kayaks

Tractor Training

Tractor driver training will be starting in the next few weeks,

Please contact the bosun in the next 2 weeks if your interested in training Tuesday or Thursday evenings depending on numbers.

Myles Semmens
Bosun
bosun

Maintenance Work

Member needed to repair bosun tender,

If interested in making up your hours maintenance please contact the bosun.

Myles Semmens
Bosun
bosun

Ebb & Flow:

With a selection of items above and a raft of events below in the Diary Dates I think that will do me for this week, other than to say that whether it’s a cruise or a fun day, enjoy the weather on Sunday – well, make the most of the weather on any day you can I guess!

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Wimbledon Ladies Final July 9th 1330hrs Club Rowing – Leisure Row July 6th 1800hrs
Sword Sands Fun Sports Day July 10th Women on the Water July 7th 1745hrs
Curry & Quiz Night July 15th 1800hrs Gales Series 5 July 8th 1830hrs
Turning the Tide July 22nd 1800hrs Sunset Series 6 July 8th 1930hrs
Club Rowing – Sport Row July 9th 0800hrs
Ian Silk Forts and Fairway 2 July 9th 1100hrs
Summer Series 1 & 2 July 9th 1230hrs
Low Water Joint Cruise July 10th 1330hrs
Club Rowing Leisure / Sport Row July 12th 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance
New(ish) Members – to join the WhatsApp group contact kayaks

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

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  • Social Events Update
  • Round Up of Rowing Weekend
  • Langstone SC Regatta
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Events Update

Charity BBQ – 2nd July

Please join us on Saturday 2nd July from 2.30pm for a BBQ to celebrate the finish of 24 hours of non-stop rowing, and see the boat that will be rowed 3000 miles across the Atlantic.

There are many ways you can help us raise money for the children’s charity Action Medical Research, by sponsorship, donation or by purchasing raffle tickets or even donating raffle prizes please, there is a box left in the club.

Or come along this Saturday, all proceeds from the food and drink will go directly to the charity. We have many drinks at Just £2, including lager, cider, gin, and pimms.

We will be drawing the raffle on Saturday afternoon and some amazing prizes have already been kindly donated, including a child’s Pompey shirt signed by the team, so don’t forget to get your tickets!

Please come along and help us at TSC to raise as much money as we can.

Pay on the day, all family and friends are welcome.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/24-hour-rowathon

Wimbledon Ladies Final – 9th July

Come along and watch the ladies Wimbledon final on the clubs big screen and enjoy a glass of prosecco, whilst enjoying either a delicious bowl of eton mess or strawberries and cream.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/wimbledon-ladies-final-strawberries-cream-and-prosecco

Sword Sands Fun Day – 10th July

SAVE THE DAY!

The tide is right, let’s hope the weather will be too!

Let’s all make the most of having our own island so close by and spend the afternoon on Sword Sands enjoying the sun, sand and sea.

Bring along your footballs, frisbees, your badminton racquets etc, along with a picnic. The main thing is to bring yourselves and your friends and family along.

Then back to the club for a BBQ and a few drinks to finish the day off.

BBQ will be pay on the day.

Curry & Quiz Night – 15th July

You all did so well on the quiz last month, maybe I should make it a little harder?

We will be serving a chicken mango curry served with rice, poppadom and Naan from 6pm to 7pm

There is no need to eat to come along and join in with the quiz, but why not try something a little different.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/curry-quiz-night

Turning the Tide – 22nd July

Following on from knotty night, our next seamanship evening is Turning the tide.
Please sign up for a beginner’s look at how the tides work in our harbour, and what affects them. Plus some basic training on all those floating buoys out there and what they mean for you.

There’ll be chilli and rice served between 6pm and 7pm and our speakers will start at around 7pm. You don’t have to eat to come along, but pre booking either way would be appreciated so we know numbers to expect/cater for.

Although this evening is developed for newer members, our seasoned sailors, rowers, and paddlers are very welcome as the more advice and guidance in the room the better.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/turning-the-tide

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Round Up of Rowing Weekend

It’s been a busy weekend.

It was a real pleasure to welcome 16 members of Hamble River Rowing to our clubhouse on Friday evening.

Never feint hearted, not only did both clubs row with people they’d only just met, they also had to contend with deteriorating weather conditions with each race. Teamwork was crucial. It was a slog up Broom against the tide and wind from the get go, and by the final race let’s just say no one was in danger of smashing any previous time records. But everyone was still smiling at the end of the evening so I’d say a brilliant success. Thank you to all the TSC members that made all our guests so welcome. Picture attached of the winning team. 🎉

Saturday we were invited to Bosham Sailing Club for their inaugural rowing regatta. I wasn’t there so thank you to Steve Woodbridge for the following and congratulations to you and the Navigator crew for bringing home another 1st place title for TSC. 🎉🥂

2 gigs from Tudor entered the race along with 6 other boats, 2 St Ayles Skiff’s, 2 Celtic Log Boat’s, a sliding seat Costal Quad and another Bursledon.

The event consisted of 3 races, a longer row to start south from the club, round School Rythe down the Bosham Channel turning just before the Chichester Channel and 2 shorter sprints north into Colner and Cutmill Creeks. The southerly force 3 to 4 combined with the rising tide made for challenging conditions.

Racing started at 09:00 and I’m pleased to report Tudor gigs were placed 1st and 2nd, Navigator closely beating Freedom into 2nd place. The only boat completing the course in a faster time was the Coastal Quad which lost out on handicap and was placed 4th behind the 3 Bursledons.

Celebrations gathered pace after the results and a BBQ, Tudor’s rowing reputation continues to grow around the area!

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
rowing

Langstone SC Regatta

Langstone Sailing Club is hosting their Regatta and Prentice Plate on Saturday, to be held in Langstone Harbour. They have plenty of room if people want to tow their boats round.

First race starts at 1.30pm (1.25pm warning signal). Please see the Sailing Instructions (attached) for details and timings.

To help plan for this weekend please sign up if you are thinking of racing: https://machform.langstonesc.org.uk/view.php?id=263829

The bar will be open after racing with tea and cake (small charge) before prize giving (expected around 4.30pm)

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
sailingsec

Ebb & Flow:

I’m not entirely sure I want to think about the end of the season yet, but on the basis that some plans do need to be made, and entries made in diaries, here’s one from the Bosuns Committee +for cruiser owners to add:

Cruiser Recovery Weekend

15/16 October: The Cruiser Recovery will take place on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October when high water will be at 1610. All club members who are planning to bring their boats ashore are asked to make themselves available for both days of the weekend.

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

  • Webcollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
Tudor Sailing Club

This email has been sent to you by WebCollect on behalf of Tudor Sailing Club. WebCollect is a software product for clubs, societies and small businesses. WebCollect is a trading name of Open Brackets Limited, registered number 04559247. Address: 1 Powell Road, Poole BH14 8SG.

If you do not wish to receive such emails please contact Tudor Sailing Club at Tsclangstone or reply to this email.

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  • Social Events Update
  • Rowing Section Friendly Friday Race Night
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Events Update

A big thank you to Jane, Linda, and Bernie for the knotty night, an enjoyable evening, and lovely to see so many people helping one another.

Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night – 24th June

This Friday we are lucky to be joined by rowers from Hamble, so an enjoyable social evening is planned. As usual all are welcome to come along and join in with the rowing, or have a drink and some food if you wish to, the more the merrier.

Our rowing captain Jane will tell you more.

We will be serving jacket potatoes with your choice of filling.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-2

Raring to Row for 24 hours 1st -2nd

The rowing section are completing a 24 hour water relay from the 1st – 2nd July 2022 in support of the Atlantic Ocean Rowing Team, helping to raise vital funds for their Charity Action Medical Research and their continued drive to fund research in rare diseases in children and preventing premature births and the complications that this can cause.

Please help us support this fantastic cause, by sponsorship, donation or by purchasing raffle tickets!

We would be grateful of donations for raffle prizes please, I shall leave a box in the club

We would love to see on 2nd July from 3pm onwards for the finish and for beers and BBQ

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/24-hour-rowathon

Let’s try and make as much money as possible for this amazing children’s charity!

Wimbledon Ladies Final – 9th July

Come along and watch the ladies Wimbledon final on the clubs big screen and enjoy a glass of prosecco, whilst enjoying either a delicious bowl of eton mess or strawberries and cream.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/wimbledon-ladies-final-strawberries-cream-and-prosecco

Sword Sands Fun Day – 10th July

SAVE THE DAY!

The tide is right, let’s hope the weather will be too!

Let’s all make the most of having our own island so close by and spend the day on Sword Sands enjoying the sun, sand and sea.

Bring along your footballs, frisbees, your badminton racquets etc, along with a picnic. The main thing is to bring yourselves and your friends and family along.

Then back to the club for a BBQ and a few drinks to finish the day off.

BBQ will be pay on the day.

Just one more thing before I go, if anyone needs duty hours and is willing to help with preparation, serving, washing up or help with the BBQ’s, please contact me or look on Dutyman.

Due to operations, illnesses etc, I am currently on my own, sympathy gratefully received, but help would be even better 😉

Thank you

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
socialsec

Rowing Section Friendly Friday Race Night

A reminder that our June rowing race night is this Friday 24th.

The usual format where we mix the teams up and race down Broom, around the buoy and back again. There’s always lots of laughter with a sprinkle of competition.

We’re very excited this month as we are hosting 15 rowers from Hamble River Rowing Club. A first for us and we can’t wait to row together.

As always everyone is welcome, whether to row, spectate or just mingle.

If you do want to row timings are below.

Our social committee are serving jacket potato with various fillings and I’ve included their web collect below if you’d like to order. Please do order if you want to eat as it will be a busy one this Friday.

  • 🚣‍♀️ Meet at 6pm for rowing.
  • 🚣‍♀️ Briefing 6.15pm.
  • 🚣‍♀️ Supper from 8pm.
  • 🚣‍♀️ Bar open.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-2

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
rowing

Ebb & Flow:

A few highlights from recent Portsmouth QHM LNtM this week:

It looks as though 25th June is going to be busy out there! See below to links for a full list of LNtM, as well as the LHB notices. This are just a few that caught my eye this week.

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night June 24th Club Rowing – Leisure Row June 22nd 1800hrs
Wimbledon Ladies Final July 9th 1330hrs Gales Series 4 June 22nd 1900hrs
Sword Sands Fun Sports Day July 10th Women on the Water June 23rd 1745hrs
Turning the Tide July 22nd 1800hrs Friendly Friday Race Night June 24th 1800hrs
Friendly Friday – Paddle in Company June 24th 1830hrs
Club Rowing – Sport Row June 25th 0800hrs
Round Hayling Cruise June 25th 1030hrs
Introduction to Rowing June 25th 1100hrs
Sunday Series 2 June 26th 1000hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle Row June 26th 1100hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle / Sport Row June 28th 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
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