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    Covid 19 2nd Lockdown

    Once again Shustoke Sailing Club is closed due to the Covid19 lockdown. Subject to confirmation from the UK Government we plan to re-open on the 5th December 2020. Our Club House and site are not accessible to our members or the public for the time being. Security visits are being made and the site monitored via remote access CCTV. Please look out for further notices that may be published from time to

    Published 12:11 on 14 Nov 2020

  • Changes to the Club's Racing Series

    For 2020 the Sailing committee has decided to reduce the four annual race series (Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter) to three series by combining the Autumn and Winter series. With the potential to lose a number of days in the Autumn and Winter due to poor weather, combining these two series gives the new Winter series a better chance of running sufficient races to make the result meaningful. The Series

    Published 14:29 on 14 Sep 2020

  • Mark Archer, Bob Boniface and Commodore's Cup Trophy Races re-scheduled

    We are pleased to advise members that these highly coverted trophy races have now been re-scheduled. The Mark Archer and Boniface Trophies will take place on the 3rd October 2020 The Commodores Cup will take place on the 4th October 2020 Note: these races are for club members only - members should Login to their account for more information.

    Published 16:33 on 7 Sep 2020

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    Yachts and Yachting News

    29th May 2020 "Shustoke Sailing Club back open for sailing" Link to article

    Published 11:44 on 29 May 2020

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    Shustoke Sailing Club Re-opens

    On the 24th May the Club re-opened following considerable preparation and anticipation. The club has prepared detailed Risk Assessments and Method Statements and in agreement with Severn and Trent Water has been allowed to reopened. Access is restricted to members only and all members are asked to Log on to the Portal and read the latest instructions before attending the club. Life

    Published 14:27 on 27 May 2020

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    Virtual Regatta Final Results

    As we return to the club sailing for real, albeit in a limited way, we have now concluded this Virtual Regatta series. Weekend Series Final race 23rd May 2020 Congratulations go out to Harry Marlow for 1st place, Zara Turtle for 2nd Place and Pete Smith for 3rd place Ladies that Launch Final race 22nd

    Published 17:02 on 24 May 2020

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    Virtual Sailing

    Shustoke Sailing Club introduces eSail Virtual Sailing Regatta for Club Members. Members should login and Go to Shustoke Virtual Regatta for more details

    Published 12:23 on 11 Apr 2020

  • COVID-19 - CLUB CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

    In the light of HM Government's announcements, 16 th March, about the Corona Virus, it is with great regret that the Committee has decided that we have no option but to close the Club to all sailing and social activity IMMEDIATELY until further notice. Our Club House and site are not accessible to our members or the public for the time being. Security visits are being made and the site monitored via

    Published 22:32 on 16 Mar 2020

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    Shustoke Gauntlet Open Meeting 15th March 2020

    Shustoke Sailors threw down the "Gauntlet" to all comers.......beat us if you can!! As the rain died away and the wind slowly lessened 20 boats competed in this annual event. 14 club boats and 6 visitors from Staunton Harold, Midland and Whitefriars sailing clubs took part in two 80 minute pursuit races. Racing was close at the front of the fleet with Peter Gray and Richard Pepperdin from Stauton Harold

    Published 15:17 on 15 Mar 2020

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    Miracle End of Season Championship 2018 - 6 & 7 October 2018

    by Zara Turtle 8 Oct 2018 A strong fleet of eleven boats turned out for the Miracle Inland and End of Season Championships this weekend and racing could not have been tighter throughout the fleet. Changeable winds meant that races could be won or lost at every turn, making for a mentally challenging event! Boat rigging was a rather wet

    Published 09:50 on 11 Jan 2019

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