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    This year's SLOSHH, hosted by Seafarers Sailing Club, saw a windy start. Twelve boats launched from Lee on Solent, with gusty winds helping them reach Seafarers in record times. It wasn't 'plain sailing' by any means, with several capsizes along the way, tricky gybing and hairy kite dropping. But it was worth it, with LOSSC members taking 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd , and as a club Lee

    Published 17:57 on 3 Jul 2022

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    SNOOKER - Autumn / Winter Season Update

    The nicer spring weather we are now enjoying heralds the close of the Winter snooker season; and what a season it has been. It is the first time members have been able to enjoy playing snooker in our fabulous new Clubhouse facility. The opportunity to play the game has been taken up by many of our members, both male and female. One of our new lady players was quoted as saying "I didn't

    Published 11:17 on 29 Apr 2022

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    This year's Sailing Season began with the Brass Monkey race, which unusually enjoyed warm sunny weather and fair winds. Since then, we have seen everything from winds so light boats have ended up sailing backwards, to races being cancelled due to Force 8 winds. But luckily, there has been plenty of good sailing weather as can be seen from this footage of Thursday's race (courtesy of Ben Shirley). 20220414 - LOSSC.mp4

    Published 21:27 on 16 Apr 2022

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    In light of the morning's conditions - F7 Westerly, and the forecast for the afternoon and evening which remains roughly the same, the likelihood of being able to sail safely this evening is miniscule. Given this, the Duty Officer has taken the decision to cancel this evenings racing to save unnecessary travel. Enjoy your evening, be it wet (bar) or dry!

    Published 13:13 on 7 Apr 2022

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    Fitting Out Supper - 26 March

    This year's Fitting Out Supper, celebrated the start of the Sailing Season on 26 March. This Mexican themed event was a colourful affair, with sombreros, inhouse music for dancing, and a buffet of Mexican starters, a hot fork buffet, Mexican chicken, 5 bean chilli (vegetarian), savoury rice and trimmings, not to mention desserts. A good night was enjoyed by all.

    Published 18:32 on 16 Mar 2022

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    Powerboat Level 2 Course at LOSSC

    Driving a power boat can be great fun, but it requires a good level of knowledge and respect for the water. Aspiring powerboat drivers can join one of our LOSSC RYA Powerboat Level 2 courses - with the first one starting on Thursday 31 March. This will give you the skills and background knowledge needed to drive a powerboat or RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) and is the basis of the

    Published 20:09 on 2 Mar 2022

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    26 March 2022

    SO WHAT'S HAPPENING ON THE 26 MARCH I HEAR YOU ASK WELL . . . . WE OPEN THE DOORS TO POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS Starting at 10 am we have an Open Day planned for members and non members. Instructors and committee members will be at the Signal Station to answer questions on any aspect of sailing at the Club, including racing, social sailing, adult and

    Published 17:48 on 28 Feb 2022

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    Sailing Talk - Racing Rules

    Chris Watts returned to LOSSC, on Thursday 24 February, to explain the key racing rules and how they affect us and our racing strategies. During the talk, we had the chance to ask questions about situations we have found ourselves in and to find out who was really in the right. . . It settled a few arguments, but then again it might have started a few . .

    Published 22:09 on 23 Feb 2022

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    Over the last few months, the RIB team have been hard at work, with the emphasis on the Orange Searider which has had a full refurbishment (thanks to Kevin Clark). A wonderful job has been done on the hull of the Searider... it really is as good as, if not better, than new! It has also been furnished with a new Suzuki 40hp 4-stroke engine, the same as fitted to the

    Published 14:25 on 20 Feb 2022

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    Renewal Window is Open

    As we move into February it is time to invite you to complete your membership renewals for 2022. If you have not already done so, I do hope you will renew. To do so, we are using the Renewals option in the Members area of this website. This is a straight forward process. To complete your renewal;- Log into the website, and click on Members Area (top right)

    Published 14:38 on 6 Feb 2022

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