Dinghy Racing

Tues 25th saw the Tenby fleet of seven boats out in the bay the wind was very shifty when it was there which makes for quite boring sailing a far cry from the Regatta. Only to be topped off by rain which is quite typical. The results in the race are as follows Mike and Deanna first in an Osprey then Dyfan in his Aero 7. In third Dan and Carwyn fourth John and Richard all in their Ospreys. In fifth Bill and Peter in the Redwing next in sixth was Jamie and Dave in another Osprey and in seventh Steve and Jasmine in the RS 400. The results for the 30th first was Jamie and Dave in an Osprey the in second James in a Laser the OOD picked up a third so as to not miss out on points for being the race officer.

Cruiser Racing

The rescheduled Round Caldey island cruiser race was run last Sunday afternoon.                                                                                                                                                                      The forecast of SW Force 5 to 6 resulted in all boats starting with reefed sails. It was a beat to windward all the way down the sound. Blake In Slipstream led as far as St Margarets Island with Steve in Aries close behind and Roy in Chiron in Phil in Accolade 3rd and 4th. Boats could bear away after rounding St Margaret’s going across sand top and with the wind dropping slightly full sail was now possible. The three boats with furling jibs were ok to shake out the reefs but the crew of Slipstream were not able to change sail due to the rough sea. The result was that Aries slowly pulled ahead with Chiron and Accolade catching up. There was a run at the back of the island followed by a reach back to Tenby. It was a memorable race.

Final placings on Handicap were 1st Aries, 2nd Accolade, 3rd Chiron and 4th Slipstream

Junior Sailing 

The clubs Junior training Junior training continues on Wednesday evenings.

 

Commodores Quiz

Last Saturday saw five teams take part in the, the winners on the night was the cola clan in second The Dashers and third the Bo Ho’s. In fourth the 4 Amigos and last but no means least the Lone Dogs.

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held on Saturday 27th July at 1930 so make it a date in your diary and come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 The Bar 

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wed Through to Sunday from 1800 serving freshly prepared local produce. Along with the club menu there will be some delectable delights on the special’s boards, BBQ style food will be served up on Wed evenings and Thursday being Creative Veggie Specials with dishes available from the main menu.

Don’t forget Sunday Lunch at the club served from 1200 freshly prepared by The Harbour Restaurant, the Sunday lunches are very popular and available from 1200-1500, booking is recommended, then this will roll onto the evening menu

Nationals 

This year we are hosting the 2000 National Championships from the 10th to the 16th of August 2019

We would not be able to put on these events without the help of willing volunteers, so if you would like to help out on all or some of these dates please get in touch. There are positions both on and off the water so no sailing experience is necessary if you would like to volunteer or have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch

Membership

Membership form scan be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk  the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Tues 18th saw the Tenby fleet of seven boats out in the bay the wind was fairly light but just enough to sail the sea was calm with slight rain on and off nothing too bad especially for Wales. The results were as follows in first place was Ted and Lucas in an Osprey in second Dyfan in his Aero 7. In third Mike and Deanna in an Osprey with James and Richard both in Lasers coming in fourth and fifth respectively. Then in sixth and seventh Carwyn and Hugh then John and Alistair in their respective Ospreys. There was no weekend sailing for club points due to the sailing club’s regatta.

Cruiser Racing

Due to the weather conditions last Sunday the Round Caldey race that was scheduled to take place during the regatta had to be cancelled and will be held this Sunday with a 1530 start. This will be the usual point’s race as well as the official round Caldey race.

Junior Sailing 

The Tenby junior section continues to go from strength to strength, Oscar and Katherine travelled away to the Welsh National Youth and Juniors Championships in Pwllheli last weekend. Where they came a very respectable third overall, and came first in the RS Fever dinghy class. Congratulations to both of you. The clubs Junior training Junior training continues on Wednesday evenings.

 

T.S.C. Regatta sponsored by Lewis Lewis and Co

What a weekend we had at the annual Tenby Sailing Club Regatta, we had everything slung at us over the weekend, but a good time was had by all. Saturday afternoon started off with a lovely flat sea and a nice 8 mph wind coming from the east. The sun was out and the sky was blue, there were smiles all round. The first race got underway first time all be it a few over the line who did realise and returned to cross again. On completion of the first race the sequence started again quickly to get race number two away, some boats were being slightly cheeky and started going over the line early, but with shouts of ‘get back’ booming from the committee boat they saw the error of their ways, just managed to duck behind the line and the fleet got away. During the race however the wind totally dropped and there was less sailing and more of a synchronised drift. As the fleet were finishing there was cries of woe and are, we doing a third race. Luckily the sea breeze came back in although there was a big wind shift. The course was reset and the third race got underway but unfortunately the wind shifted back and the beat ended up being a fetch with all making the mark in one tack, but that is professional sailing for you sometimes you can’t help what the wind does.

The Sunday however it was a totally different sailing game, sea was rough the wind was howling. So, the PRO took the decision that the round Caldey race would have to be changed to a long-distance race with the sound due to the horrific conditions round the back of the island. The course was set to start near the harbour out to eel point then to north high cliff then back to St Catherin’s around a mark and back round then finishing just off the harbour again. Although the wind was strong and the sea choppy the fleet all crossed the line with smiles on their faces, well except for a couple who broke their masts.

The top three Saturday races are as follows, First Oscar Chase and Crew from Tata Sailing Club second Dan and Chris from Tenby both in Ospreys and then Simon and his crew in a 2000. Race two Again saw Oscar Chase and his crew in the top slot, then Ian Fryett and Crew from Cardiff in an RS 500 in in third Ted and Lucas in a Tenby Osprey. In Race three there was a change at the top with Simon and crew in the 2000 Second Oscar and crew in and Osprey and third Ross Prytherch in a Solo from PYC.

The top three in the long-distance race were in first place Simon and crew in the 2000 then closely followed by two Tenby Ospreys of Dan and Chris then Ted and Lucas.

The big prizes were presented to the respective winners in the club house by the Commodore Nathan Spiller. The Tenby Sailing Club did very well overall and the following trophies went to the following home sailors. The silver galleon went to Dan and Chris for the first Tenby Osprey over the line in race one. The Rolly Squibb’s memorial trophy went again to Dan and Chris from Tenby. And the team prize of £500 went to the Tenby Team Plonkersaurus, the prize money was generously given by the main event sponsors Lewis Lewis and Co, with other prize monies coming from Penally Abbey.

A big thank you goes out to all the competitors for making the effort to come to Tenby some travelling from quite a distance away and making it a weekend of excellent racing. Also a huge thank you to all the committee boat crew and all the safety boat helms and crews as well as the shore staff, whom are all volunteers and without them no event could take place. 

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held on Saturday 29th June at 1930 so make it a date in your diary and come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 The Bar 

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wed Through to Sunday from 1800 serving freshly prepared local produce. Along with the club menu there will be some delectable delights on the special’s boards, BBQ style food will be served up on Wed evenings and Thursday being Creative Veggie Specials with dishes available from the main menu.

Don’t forget Sunday Lunch at the club served from 1200 freshly prepared by The Harbour Restaurant, the Sunday lunches are very popular and available from 1200-1500, booking is recommended, then this will roll onto the evening menu

Nationals 

This year we are hosting the 2000 National Championships from the 10th to the 16th of August 2019

We would not be able to put on these events without the help of willing volunteers, so if you would like to help out on all or some of these dates please get in touch. There are positions both on and off the water so no sailing experience is necessary if you would like to volunteer or have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch

Membership

Membership form scan be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk  the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Tuesday the 4th June saw 10 boats out on the water nine were racing with one of the boats taking part in the race as part of the adult training scheme. I was a nice night on the water as the rain held off and the fleet even saw a bit of sun, there was also a good amount of wind for racing without there being over powered. The results were as follows. In first place Steve and Jasmine in their RS 400 and in second Ted and Lucas in an Osprey. Next over the line came Peter and Ben in the Scorpion then Martin in a Laser in fifth was Dyfan in his RS Aero 7 and in sixth James May in a Laser. Seventh were Jamie in his Phantom then Bill and Peter J in a Redwing in eighth and ninth John and Richard in and Osprey.

On Sunday the 9th three races were sailed as one was overdue from a couple of weeks ago when weather wouldn’t allow it, ten boats on the water and fun was had by all. James capsized in the first race which allowed the safety boat to do its thing. There was a nice mix of lasers and larger boats like ospreys powering around the bay. It was a very sunny afternoon with good 15 mph winds too, a rare combo.  The results for race one were Jon and Ameilia in a Laser 2000 coming first then the Scorpion of Peter and Oscar. Then came three Ospreys in Third Ted and Lucas then in came Dan and Jamie and in Fifth Mike and Deanna. In sixth was Holly in a Laser Radial closely followed by Sophie also in a Radial. In Eighth Martyn and Evan in an RS 200 then the Osprey of John and Geoff then in Tenth James in a standard Laser. The second race saw the Scorpion of Peter and Oscar come in first then the Osprey of Ted and Lucas. In Third Dan and Jamie also in an Osprey so too was Make and Deanna. In fifth was the first of two Laser Radials sailed by Holly and then Sophie and in Seventh James in the standard Laser. In Eighth Martyn and Evan Ninth the Osprey of John and Geoff then the 2000 in tenth sailed by Jon and Amelia. In the Third and final race there wasn’t much change in the pecking order. First was Peter and Oscar in the Scorpion Second Ted and Lucas, Mike and Deanna and Dan and Jamie all in Ospreys. Then the two Laser Radials but this time Holly came in front then Sophie with James in the Standard rig in Seventh, in Eighth Martyn and Evan in the RS 200

Cruiser Racing

Perfect conditions greeted the 4 starters on Sunday morning, with a west to South west wind the first leg was down to the red Giltar buoy. Aries was first away followed closely but slightly downwind by Slipstream, also having a good start was heather and accolade. Aries stayed on starboard tack after clearing the Skirs but Slipstream tacked onto port heading to south beach. A lucky header put Slipstream ahead of Aries and after some close tacking rounded the Giltar buoy first but with the other 3 boats close behind. 

Slipstream hoisted the Spinnaker for the reach down to the North High Cliff Buoy.  It was Aries first outing and there was some delay in hoisting their Spinnaker, Blake with Chris, Anne and Paul in Slipstream gybed onto port and flew the Spinnaker back into Tenby to claim first place.

Alex, Steve, Carolinda and Phil in Aries finished second with Denny in Heather 3rd and Phil Rees in Accolade 4th

Next race tomorrow Saturday 15th at 4pm.

With 10 dinghies having their race at the same time the bay was full of sails

 

Junior Sailing

There will be a junior training day this Sat June 15th followed by a CYRC (junior racing) event on the Sunday.  2 coaches will be in attendance at the Club and juniors from Stage 2 upwards are invited to take part. Full details will be sent to our juniors this week.  It’s a great opportunity to improve your sailing without any travelling. Club boats will be available to use at no charge.

If you require any more information then please phone Blake on 07717842713

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held on Saturday 29th June at 1930 so make it a date in your diary and come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 The Bar 

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wed Through to Sunday from 1800 serving freshly prepared local produce. Along with the club menu there will be some delectable delights on the special’s boards, BBQ style food will be served up on Wed evenings.

Don’t forget Sunday Lunch at the club served from 1200 freshly prepared by The Harbour Restaurant, the Sunday lunches are very popular and available from 1200-1500, booking is recommended, then this will roll onto the evening menu

T.S.C. Regatta sponsored by Lewis Lewis and Co

The club’s annual regatta will be held on Saturday the 22nd June and the round Caldey race on Sunday 23rd. 

The club is proud to announce the continued support and sponsorship from Lewis Lewis & Co Solicitors of Tenby Lewis Lewis & Co are now in their Eighth year of sponsoring the Tenby Regatta. They very generously sponsor the very sort after team prize, there was a good turn out last year with the Tenby Sailors winning the team prize of £500.Let’s hope they keep it on home turf again this year. Lewis & Lewis and Co the local business supporting local sport.

The regatta is fast approaching and we could not hold this event without a willing band of helpers. If you would like to help out the club either onshore or off shore then please get in touch. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. we are looking for safety boat crews, shore crews and other positions.

Nationals 

This year we are hosting the 2000 National Championships from the 10th to the 16th of August 2019

We would not be able to put on these events without the help of willing volunteers, so if you would like to help out on all or some of these dates please get in touch. There are positions both on and off the water so no sailing experience is necessary if you would like to volunteer or have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch

Membership

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk  the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Tuesday the 4th June saw 10 boats out on the water nine were racing with one of the boats taking part in the race as part of the adult training scheme. I was a nice night on the water as the rain held off and the fleet even saw a bit of sun, there was also a good amount of wind for racing without there being over powered. The results were as follows. In first place Steve and Jasmine in their RS 400 and in second Ted and Lucas in an Osprey. Next over the line came Peter and Ben in the Scorpion then Martin in a Laser in fifth was Dyfan in his RS Aero 7 and in sixth James May in a Laser. Seventh were Jamie in his Phantom then Bill and Peter J in a Redwing in eighth and ninth John and Richard in and Osprey.

On Sunday the 9th three races were sailed as one was overdue from a couple of weeks ago when weather wouldn’t allow it, ten boats on the water and fun was had by all. James capsized in the first race which allowed the safety boat to do its thing. There was a nice mix of lasers and larger boats like ospreys powering around the bay. It was a very sunny afternoon with good 15 mph winds too, a rare combo.  The results for race one were Jon and Ameilia in a Laser 2000 coming first then the Scorpion of Peter and Oscar. Then came three Ospreys in Third Ted and Lucas then in came Dan and Jamie and in Fifth Mike and Deanna. In sixth was Holly in a Laser Radial closely followed by Sophie also in a Radial. In Eighth Martyn and Evan in an RS 200 then the Osprey of John and Geoff then in Tenth James in a standard Laser. The second race saw the Scorpion of Peter and Oscar come in first then the Osprey of Ted and Lucas. In Third Dan and Jamie also in an Osprey so too was Make and Deanna. In fifth was the first of two Laser Radials sailed by Holly and then Sophie and in Seventh James in the standard Laser. In Eighth Martyn and Evan Ninth the Osprey of John and Geoff then the 2000 in tenth sailed by Jon and Amelia. In the Third and final race there wasn’t much change in the pecking order. First was Peter and Oscar in the Scorpion Second Ted and Lucas, Mike and Deanna and Dan and Jamie all in Ospreys. Then the two Laser Radials but this time Holly came in front then Sophie with James in the Standard rig in Seventh, in Eighth Martyn and Evan in the RS 200

Cruiser Racing

Perfect conditions greeted the 4 starters on Sunday morning, with a west to South west wind the first leg was down to the red Giltar buoy. Aries was first away followed closely but slightly downwind by Slipstream, also having a good start was heather and accolade. Aries stayed on starboard tack after clearing the Skirs but Slipstream tacked onto port heading to south beach. A lucky header put Slipstream ahead of Aries and after some close tacking rounded the Giltar buoy first but with the other 3 boats close behind. 

Slipstream hoisted the Spinnaker for the reach down to the North High Cliff Buoy.  It was Aries first outing and there was some delay in hoisting their Spinnaker, Blake with Chris, Anne and Paul in Slipstream gybed onto port and flew the Spinnaker back into Tenby to claim first place.

Alex, Steve, Carolinda and Phil in Aries finished second with Denny in Heather 3rd and Phil Rees in Accolade 4th

Next race tomorrow Saturday 15th at 4pm.

With 10 dinghies having their race at the same time the bay was full of sails

 

Junior Sailing

There will be a junior training day this Sat June 15th followed by a CYRC (junior racing) event on the Sunday.  2 coaches will be in attendance at the Club and juniors from Stage 2 upwards are invited to take part. Full details will be sent to our juniors this week.  It’s a great opportunity to improve your sailing without any travelling. Club boats will be available to use at no charge.

If you require any more information then please phone Blake on 07717842713

Commodores Quiz

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

The next quiz will be held on Saturday 29th June at 1930 so make it a date in your diary and come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 The Bar 

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open Wed Through to Sunday from 1800 serving freshly prepared local produce. Along with the club menu there will be some delectable delights on the special’s boards, BBQ style food will be served up on Wed evenings.

Don’t forget Sunday Lunch at the club served from 1200 freshly prepared by The Harbour Restaurant, the Sunday lunches are very popular and available from 1200-1500, booking is recommended, then this will roll onto the evening menu

T.S.C. Regatta sponsored by Lewis Lewis and Co

The club’s annual regatta will be held on Saturday the 22nd June and the round Caldey race on Sunday 23rd. 

The club is proud to announce the continued support and sponsorship from Lewis Lewis & Co Solicitors of Tenby Lewis Lewis & Co are now in their Eighth year of sponsoring the Tenby Regatta. They very generously sponsor the very sort after team prize, there was a good turn out last year with the Tenby Sailors winning the team prize of £500.Let’s hope they keep it on home turf again this year. Lewis & Lewis and Co the local business supporting local sport.

The regatta is fast approaching and we could not hold this event without a willing band of helpers. If you would like to help out the club either onshore or off shore then please get in touch. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. we are looking for safety boat crews, shore crews and other positions.

Nationals 

This year we are hosting the 2000 National Championships from the 10th to the 16th of August 2019

We would not be able to put on these events without the help of willing volunteers, so if you would like to help out on all or some of these dates please get in touch. There are positions both on and off the water so no sailing experience is necessary if you would like to volunteer or have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch

Membership

Membership forms can be obtained from either the club’s website www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk or at the club itself. There are many advantages to being a member a few of which are discounted bar prices, access to showers and toilets on the harbour and priority for social events, please see the website for full details.

Website

The club’s website can be found at www.tenbysailingclub.org.uk  the club and details of events going on can be found on Facebook and Twitter. New members welcome; sailors, aspirant sailors and non-sailors. We are a member’s club run by volunteers who try to involve all members in a variety of activities both sailing and social. To enquire about joining call at the clubhouse, contact any member who will be pleased to help, or contact us online.

By. The Commodore.

Dinghy Racing

Last Tuesday the 28th saw a rather reduced fleet due to some Tenby Sailors taking part in the Coppet Hall Week hosted by Saundersfoot Sailing Club. The weather was ideal for sailing with sun and a nice wind. One race was sailed with a course ably laid by the PRO Lewis James. Six boats took to the water in first place overall was Ted and Lucas in the first of the four Ospreys on the water. In second place, Peter and Ben in the Scorpion then Mike and Deanna in third also in an Osprey. Next Jamie and Tim in an Osprey in fourth then Dyfan in fifth in his RS Aero 7 last but not least in sixth John and Richard in the last of the Ospreys.

Last Sunday and some consideration of the conditions the fleet went out to have a better look. 2 Ospreys and 1 Scorpion on the water. Ted and Lucas, Jaime and Griff, Peter and Oscar. A course was set however, after a blast it was deemed unsafe to continue with a race and so the race was abandoned. Wind was about 23 gusting 30 with light rain coming and going. Although visibility began to worsen. It was feared that the strong wind would end up breaking boats. No races occurred but I’m sure the sailors would say it was fun but hard work. It was hard enough in a RHIB.

Coppet Hall Week saw a small fleet from Tenby attend, a big well done goes out to all that took park and congratulations to Daniel Jackson and his crew Dave Griffiths who placed fourth overall in his Osprey. The other Tenby racers were Steve and Jas Stubbs in their RS 400 who came thirteenth

Cruiser Racing

The annual cruiser race took place last Saturday 1st, six boats started the race from Hobbs Point to Tenby, unfortunately due to the sheer lack of wind which is a bit problematic for sailing vessels, the fleet was forced to turn back. A few of the crews made the trek by train to Tenby to enjoy the hospitality of Tenby Sailing Club. Many Thanks to Alistair for putting out and the subsequent returning of the finishing marker buoys.

The next club cruiser race will be Sunday 9th.

Tokio Marine HCC UK RS Fever National Championships at South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club

The light & shifty first day, challenging conditions of day 2 with big winds and choppy seas. Day 3 was all about long races, even more wind, short bursts of rain and some sun, day 4 was more wind and a northerly breeze so it was safe to say that all the sailors really showed their versatility and ability to adapt to every condition. The RS Feva community spent a lush 4 days in sunny Abersoch. Host Club South Caernarvonshire YC made the class feel extremely welcome. Tenby Sailing Clubs own junior sailor Oscar Thompson took part in the nationals in the silver fleet and came a very respectable tenth place out of forty seven. Oscar just keeps getting better and better and certainly one to watch out for. Congratulations Oscar.

Junior Sailing

There will be a junior training day an Sat June 15th followed by a CYRC (junior racing) event on the Sunday.  2 coaches will be in attendance at the Club and juniors from Stage 2 upwards are invited to take part. Full details will be sent to our juniors this week.  It’s a great opportunity to improve your sailing without any travelling. Club boats will be available to use at no charge.

If you require any more information then please phone Blake on 07717842713

Commodores Quiz

It was a busy day in Tenby last Saturday due to the CARTEN taking place, Champions League, School Holidays and the Commodores Quiz.

Due to it being holidays the quiz had a few less teams as usual but that doesn’t matter as the ones who did come had a great time. Top of the shop this week was the Bo Ho’s with 37 points, in Second the Four Amigos with 34 and with a very respectable 31 points The Lone Dogs.

This year we are raising funds for a Defibrillator to be sited outside the club at the bottom of the stone steps by the big doors. Due to the location this will also have to be a heated cabinet, the defib will then be listed on the local network and will benefit the wider community and visitors alike as there will be a defib situated on the harbour. Due to the location the defib box will have to be a heated one for obvious reasons, and they carry the cost of £1300 complete.

So, the next quiz will be held on Saturday 29th June at 1930 so make it a date in your diary and come down the club and have a bit of fun while raising money for our Defib. Cost of the entry to the quiz is £5 for a team of up to six people or £1 if you think you can go it alone. There will be a league running for the whole year up to the final in November, you don’t have to be part of the league just come for a laugh whilst raising money. Alongside the quiz there will be a raffle, all prize donations will be gratefully received.

If anyone would like to donate to the Defib Fund please get in contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 The Bar 

The bar will be open every day from 11am for until the beginning of September.

The Harbour Restaurant @ The Club

The Harbour Restaurant will be open and serving freshly prepared food every Wed to Sunday from now on with further longer opening coming as the season unfolds.