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Where tide permits there will be a briefing in the Clubhouse 1hr 15 mins before the published race start time. There will be a briefing on the water by VHF (77) 15 minutes before the start
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Race Report 2018
During 2018 the clubs racing fleet joined those of Hoo Ness YC for combined Racing .
12 races took place with up to 9 entrants in some races.
A total of 7 Segas boats took part and contributed 34 race entrants over the season, an increase over 2017, despite races being cancelled due to strong Winds .
Spice Cat 12, Merak 7, Ali Baba 5, Serenity 5, Kiwi 3, Blue Max 1, Loona 1.
Winds were light in the Spring and Summer, and Strong in the Autumn.
Race Results 2018
Spring Regatta Results 2018
The wind strength on Saturday was NE 5/6. This is the Max limit at which we race. We all reefed suitably. We had the river to ourselves in the morning. We visited the Flying Dutchman for the excellent Carvery that they provide and even made it to the New Queenborough Micro Brewery. The return leg on Sunday was a reach in a NW 4. Honours were shared by Titcha and Spice Cat.
Wednesday 17th May – Start 16:00 – High tide 2hr race.
Saturday 20th May, Start 9:00 – Prudence Race to Harty, Return on the Sunday.
Sunday 18th September – Start 13:00 HT 14:30, High Tide race.
Wednesday 21st September Start 15:00 HT 16:35 Midweek Race
Saturday 1st October – Start 14:00 HT 13:49, Down River race, stay overnight on Concrete Barge and visit Flying Dutchman.
Sunday 2nd October – Start 10:00 HT 14:21, Return Race.
Wednesday 19th October. Start 14:00 HT 15:32 Midweek Race
Montezoomer race 11th September
4 Club boats competed in the race. Starcatcher was the first Segas boat.
Autumn Series Race 2,3 10th September
Autumn Series Race 1 4th September
The first race of the Autumn Series on Sunday was a blast!, more precisely F4 gusting 6.
5 intrepid boats braved the winds and Ember carried the day and was least over canvassed of all of us with 2 reefs in the Main. The racing is becoming quite cosmopolitan. There were entrants from HNYC ,Segas SC and Strood YC. Auduin deserves a commendation for turning out despite being without a working engine.