Kestrel 22 For Sale

Tabitha2

NOW SOLD

 

A good sturdy cruising boat.

LOA 22 feet.

GRP hull and deck.

4 berths.

Bilge keels.

Pushpit.

Pulpit.

Guardrails.

Mainsail and genoa.

Location-Fareham Creek Hampshire.

Comments:-

The owner is abroad and the vessel requires refurbishment.

Price-offers invited.

 

Phone 01329-282820 for further details.

Demonstration by the International Guild of Knot Tiers and the visit Silhouette Yachts Rally.

The Silhouette Yachts on their Solent Cruise will be visiting the FS&MB Club on Tuesday the 9th September.

The bar will be open early to accommodate their thirst.

The International Guild of Knot Tiers will be demonstrating the art of splicing,  alternative means of mooring and several types of  bowlines, along with other types of bends.

The demonstrations will start at 19 30,

Please come along and give your support.

Dick Kipps.

 

September Update 2014

                                

FSMBC SEPTEMBER 2014  UPDATE

                        

Hello Everyone

 

Hope you are still enjoying some wonderful sailing trips near and far all be it a tad cooler in the evenings!  The Club has enjoyed a higher number of visitors especially at the weekends and the feedback from them is how friendly and welcoming FSMBC is, lovely to hear. Thank you to all existing Club members who make our visitors so welcome.

 

The Ocean Youth Trust South  Charity evening on is 30th August in the Workshop and tickets   for this great event are now available from the Social Ladies or Dee.  Music, food and raffle as well as lucky ticket will be available so how many tickets do you want?!  It’s going to be lively!

 

On 3rd August an induction meeting was held and 16 people attended all of whom have been offered Club membership and a warm welcome is extended to them.  Club membership is growing which is fantastic and enquiries of how to join are being received on a regular basis, a great reflection of all the hard work several Club members are doing to advertise FSMBC and what the Club has to offer.

 

A few updates for your perusal:-

Sailing

Its been great to see members Nina and Charlie Coxwell with their grandsons using the Club
Picos recently, lovely photos and write up on the Clubs Facebook page and website so be sure to have a look.

Sailing dates to look out for are:

Sat 30th August Trysailing

Sun 7th September Dinghy Racing

Sat 13th September Lugger winter series 1 & 2

Sat 20th September Day sail to Seaview YC

Sun 21st Dinghy Racing – Barts Bash – contact Chris Hare for further details

Sat 27th September Cowes Interclub

 

Southampton Boat Show is on 12th – 21st September – Premier at Swanwick are doing park and ride, a great way to do the show.  Contact them directly for further details.

 

Bosuns

Perspex sheets have been secured to the railings on the balcony for added comfort on breezy days and maintenance around all Club areas continues a pace. The Workshop roof has been repaired thanks to Bill and Alan - no more leaks!

 

Social

Social events have been quiet over the summer due to holiday time and folks going sailing!  However, with the onset of autumn social events kick in and Laurie Hazlewood is taking names for Trafalgar night on 18th October so don’t miss out as spaces are limited.

 

N.B During the day of 18th October will be the annual Boat Jumble in the Work Shop so please let Dee know if you require a pitch via email dee.orme@tiscali.co.uk

 

The Dinner Dance with prize giving this year will be at Lysses Hotel in Fareham High Street on November 15th – tickets for this great event will be available soon from the Social committee.  Do come along for this as it is a wonderful evening and it be great to have as many Club members attend as possible.

 

The day after is the AGM and there will be a few Committee positions that need to be filled as people step down from their roles so if you want to help with Club matters, please let Kevin Abbot know by the end of September.

 

Other things

Planning permission for the folding doors across the back of the Club saloon has been approved so watch this space for further updates.

 

If you have any news/items you wish to include in the monthly updates, please let me know via email and I will include in the next issue.

Regards

Dee

 

 

Dave Bradey Trophy Results 2014

 

Dave Bradey Trophy 2014

Fareham Sailing & Motor Boat Club

Results are final

Overall

Sailed: 3, Discards: 1, To count: 2,Entries: 13, Scoring system: Appendix A

Rank

SailNo

HelmName

Race1

Race2

Race3

Total

Nett

1st

18

MARTIN DUFFUS

1.00

(3.00)

1.00

5.00

2.00

2nd

15

JOHN HERBERT

(3.00)

1.00

3.00

7.00

4.00

3rd

16

TONY CLEAL

(5.00)

2.00

2.00

9.00

4.00

4th

10

ALAN LABRUM

2.00

4.00

(6.00)

12.00

6.00

5th

11

PAUL LIMBURN

(14.00 DNC)

5.00

4.00

23.00

9.00

6th

08

KEVIN ABBOTT

4.00

(6.00)

5.00

15.00

9.00

7th

24

PHIL WALDREN

6.00

(8.00)

8.00

22.00

14.00

8th

04

CHRIS HARE

7.00

(9.00)

7.00

23.00

14.00

9th

05

JOHN NEALE

8.00

(11.00)

9.00

28.00

17.00

10th

40

ANDY CLEAL

(14.00 DNC)

10.00

10.00

34.00

20.00

11th

14

PETER RAGGET

(14.00 DNC)

7.00

14.00 DNC

35.00

21.00

12th

41

WALTER HART

(14.00 DNF)

13.00

11.00

38.00

24.00

13th

45

LYSE LEMIEUX

(14.00 DNF)

12.00

12.00

38.00

24.00

 

Scoring codes used

Code

Description

Points

DNC

Did not come to the starting area.
No of Entries in Series +1

14

DNF

Started but did not finish. No of
Entries in the Race +1

14

Sailwave Scoring Software
2.02 build 3

www.sailwave.com

 

 

Delme Dash Photo’s 2014

Delme Dash photo’s.

 

Pico use by grandchildren

Nina and Charlie’s granchildren Oli (12) and Ethan (10) making use of Club Picos.

August 2014 Update

                                 

FSMBC
AUGUST 2014  UPDATE

                        

Hello Everyone

 

Hope you are all enjoying the glorious summer and managing to spend time on your boats. 

The Club is enjoying a splendid update in many areas mainly due our Bosun party lead by Tony Blair and his band of Merry Men/Ladies and our thanks go to them for their fantastic efforts. 

Tony would warmly welcome further offers of assistance and if you are able to help, please contact him directly to arrange – every little helps as they say! 

Following a recent Club inspection for Insurance renewal purposes, I’m delighted to feedback that we have passed with flying colours - well done everyone. 

The Club Insurance will be raised to reflect Club assets  both ashore and at Salterns and the following recommendations can be instigated immediately:- 

a)      All fire exits are to be kept clear of rubbish and debris at all times 

b)    A sign to be placed above the pontoon that goes under the pier head at Salterns stating  “Beware of height at high water” as there is a serious head impact risk (in hand)

c)  All Salterns berth holders to disconnect shore supply electricity when vessels are unoccupied due to difficulty of accessing Salterns pontoon in the event of a fire. 

Thank you for following the above, which maintains a safe environment for FSMBC and all Members. 

On a different note, I’d like to say a huge public thank you to Charlie Coxwell for all his terrific support to the Club during his time as Work scheme Administrator especially for getting Duty Man up and running which works so well for FSMBC.  Charlie has stood down from the role for various reasons but has kindly agreed to continue to give support for computer systems to both Alan Labrum and Alan Stewart who are picking up where Charlie left off.  Alan Labrum will oversee Dutyman and our website whilst Alan Stewart is co-ordinating Medusa which is a new computerised system that could reduce considerably the amount of time required for all Administrative roles when in place – very exciting so watch this space and again, thanks to Charlie for sourcing Medusa and all the time and effort put in on behalf of the Club over the last few years. 

Please see separate announcement for the Clubs Charity evening on August 30th in the Workshop and tickets   for this great event are now available from the Social Ladies or me.  How many do you want?! It’s going to be lively! 

Long may the glorious weather continue and I look forward to seeing you on the Club balcony to enjoy a candle lit sun down with a chilled glass of something very soon.

 

Kind regards  

Dee