boats,

  • Bristol festival of the sea 1996

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    Combwich CruisingClub as it was known in the day indicated its intention to take part in the bristol festival of the sea and the associated festival at Bantry, La Rochelle. Penzance, L'Aberwrach, Brest and Douarnenez in November 1995

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    YOUR SAFETY FIRST

    If you are at sea and get into difficulty and you are unable to raise assistance, is there anyone ashore who knows what to do if you fail to return at your estimated time?

    Would a friend or relative know who to contact? Would they have sufficient detail about your vessel and your likely whereabouts to be able to assist the Coastguard to locate you?

    Would it not be a comfort to know that when you set out, the Coastguard has the details of your vessel on a database that is accessible to all Coastguard Co-ordination Centres throughout the UK so that they have the information they need to mount a search and rescue operation should you get into difficulty?

  • Club Cruise to Cardiff 2009

    25th 26th April 2009

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    Seven yachts - Dawn Chorus (skipper Bill Johnson, crew Reg Wilkes), Jazzical (skipper Bob Hitchings, crew Jessie, Dave Alibone), Moose (Skipper Nigel Frost, Crew John Miller, John Hughes), Jay Ah (Skipper John Raffles crew Carl Retcollick) Pete's Pride (Skipper John Jenkins, crew Stacey) Serene (Skipper Dave Sainsbury) and Lonach (Skipper Richard Greenway with Stan and Neil) - planned to set sail for Cardiff at Dawn on Sat 25th April.

    Early Morning

  •  NamingGig

    Our new Gig 'William Johnson' named by Bill Johnson and the blessing by our Vicar,The Reverend Alison Waters on Saturday, 28 April 2018.

    ".... Bless this boat and all who sail in her. Give the crew presence of mind in danger and guide them as they keep her in good repair. Protect them from the perils of the deep and grant them the wisdom of knowing when to go out and when to stay put. May everyone who sails in her be renewed in spirit through the encounter with the beauty of the waters and the fellowshiop of teamwork." 

    Interest in our new Gig has been fantastic and already more than a couple of crews worth of members have signed up! Thank you again to our generous sponsors: Somerset Community Foundation (EDF Community Impact Mitigation Fund - Otterhampton fund) and the Otterhampton Parish Council.

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  • HPSC raceThis is a new gallery for us and we will be organising the photos in a more efficient manner going forward so check back soon!

  • TIDAL FLOW CHARTS

    BRISTOL CHANNEL (E)

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    Bristol to Porlock

    The figures next to the tide arrows (eg 25,16) refer to the rate of tide at springs (2.5Kn) and neaps (1.6 Kn)

    The direction of tidal flow can be determined by reference to the relevant letter below each chart

    (eg C-277 means that at arrow C the tide is flowing 277degrees , true)

    E HW 6

  • TIDAL FLOW CHARTS

    BRISTOL CHANNEL (W)

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    Porthcawl -Ilfracombe/Milford Haven

    The figures next to the tide arrows (eg 25,16) refer to the rate of tide at springs (2.5Kn) and neaps (1.6 Kn)

    The direction of tidal flow can be determined by reference to the relevant letter below each chart

    (eg C-277 means that at arrow C the tide is flowing 277degrees , true)

    W HW 6

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