Tidal Diamond 685
- Social Events
- Sailing Duties
- Women on the Water
- Tudor Rowing Success
- Diary Dates
Friday 14th June Galley Food
Jane will be serving Cottage pie with veg or veg chilli with rice 8pm. Please book on Webcollect or contact Wendy by Thursday!
Friday 21st Greatest Showman sing a long version
Kim will be serving popcorn, ice creams, hot dogs and sweets. No pre-ordering required!
Friday 7th July Family Fun Day
BBQ HELP NEEDED please contact Wendy if you are able to help.
Friday 12th July Billy’s quiz night!
Saturday 31st August TUDOR REGATTA 70th Anniversary Event!
70/80s disco Beer festival Bbq and lots of fun. Volunteers required.
If you able to help at these events or others please volunteer! Without volunteers we cannot run these events!
Look forward to seeing you all soon!
The Duties calendar is showing two gaps for June and a further three in July.
- Saturday June 15th Race Officer Bruce for the Summer Series 1 & 2 / Chris Wadham,
- Saturday June 29th Patrol boat crew for Horse Sand Fort/Fairway Beacon Race,
- Saturday July 6th Patrol Boat helm for Langstone Regatta & Junior Regatta
- Friday July 12th Patrol boat Crew Sunset Series 6
- Sunday 14th July Patrol boat crew Sunday Series 3
We also need a cruise leader for the Low Water Cruise on Saturday 13th July.
Women on the Water – Thursday 13th June
This week the plan is to go sailing (wind permitting) however, for those who are not keen sailors we have the option of splitting into two smaller groups and paddling if that suits. If it is too breezy for sailing then we will paddle and sail next week instead!
If you can’t make it this week don’t worry the sessions for 2019 are running weekly, drop a line to wow or come to any of the sessions.
See you on the water soon.
Hannah & Nikki
Tudor Rowing Success
Tudor rowing in “Freedom” fought of all the competition to win last weekends 8 mile round the fort ECA “Cockleshell Challenge” race for the 3rd year running. This race is run to honour the Cockleshell heroes of the second world war involved in an attack on enemy installations in Bordeaux by canoes. Unbeknown to the crew till after the race the winning rules appear to have changed whereby the trophy was given to the Fastest boat regardless of handicap. However even under this draconian measure they still took the honours, not only being the fastest Bursledon Gig, but also covering the course in a faster time than even the the 6 oared 32ft. Cornish pilot gigs and the 22ft. Solent galleys. Indeed when they crossed the line one could barely make out the second boat on the horizon. Freedoms time was 1hr. 34Min. A special word for the cox Jay DuCane as this course requires the use of compass as well as tide and logistic thinking. The trophy can be viewed snugly tucked away for another year in the Tudor Trophy Case. See attached pics to view some happy people.
|Film Night – Sing-a-Long
The Greatest Showman
|Women on the Water
|Family Fun Day BBQ
|Barts Bash BBQ
|Tudor 70th Anniversary Social
|Summer Series 1 & 2 /
Chris Wadham (Tudor RO)
Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser
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