Weekly Report 26/07/19

Dinghy Racing

Tues the 16th saw a steady wind blowing across the bay although there could have been a little more. 9 boats took to the water on a lovely sunny and warm evening with the tide in, so not much walking up and down the beach. The results for the evening are as follows. In first place was Dan and Chris second Mike and Deanna and in third Ted and Lucas all in Ospreys. In fourth was the Scorpion of Peter and Ben then in fifth Jamie and Ioan in another Osprey. Next in sixth was Dyfan in his RS Aero 7 then in seventh Bill and Peter in the Redwing. Then in Eighth was the RS 200 sailed by Martyn and Evan then in ninth John and Richard in the last of the Ospreys.

Sunday the 14th greeted the fleet of nine boats with a good steady wind that allowed very close sailing, everyone enjoyed the course set by the PRO Lewis James for a two-race day. In first place was Peter and Ben in the Scorpion then the next three boats in were all Ospreys sailed by Dan and Jamie, Ted and Lucas then Mike and Deanna respectively. In Fifth saw the first of two Lasers sailed by Ben and in Sixth James. Seventh Place went to the RS 200 sailed by Martyn and Evan then next over the live was the Osprey of John and Geoff in eighth. Last but not least there was Richard who was out in a Laser Radial but unfortunately picked up a small injury (old war wound) and did not finish the first race and had to retreat to the bar.

In race two there was no change at the top with the Scorpion of Peter and Ben coming in first then the first of the Ospreys sailed by Dan and Jamie. Then there was a small switch from race one with Mike and Deanna coming in third with Ted and Lucas in fourth. Then fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth remained the same with ben and James both sailing Lasers then the RS200 of Martyn and Evan and finally John and Geoff in an Osprey.

Cruiser Racing

Due to bad weather conditions last week’s cruiser race was cancelled.

Junior Sailing 

The clubs Junior training Junior training continues on Wednesday evenings.


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 (although a break from tradition) will be held today FRI 26th July at 1930 so 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


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 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.


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.