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    In light of government and RYA advice regarding Coronavirus, the Management Committee have made the difficult decision to cancel forthcoming races, training and social events at the Club with immediate effect. Neither club boats nor patrol boats will be available for use until further notice. Although initially it appeared that members might still be able to take out their own boats, this is no longer the case. The Signal Station changing

    Published 16:38 on 19 Mar 2020

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    New Club Boats

    Our youth and cadet members were excited to find themselves with two new club boats to put together on Saturday. The two RS Zests are well suited for teenagers and ideal for young members ready to progress from our club Toppers. They are lightweight and so easy to manoeuvre up and down the slipway as well as in the water. The Zest provides a perfect opportunity for youngsters to sail with

    Published 19:01 on 10 Mar 2020

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    Today we will be saying our final goodbyes to Graham Child, a long-standing, much respected, well-loved member of LOSSC. Graham first joined LOSSC in the 1970s, since when he has been an active member both on and off the water. Graham was a highly skilled and very successful sailor, not only winning the GK24 National Championships and Albacore National Championships, but also the Albacore World Championships, where he represented LOSSC, in 1989. Graham

    Published 11:56 on 25 Feb 2020

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    Rules of the Sea

    We were very lucky to have Chris Watts, World Sailing's Lead Instructor for International Judging, sharing his knowledge with LOSSC members and visitors from Seafarers, Hill Head and Weston, on Thursday 6 February. Sometimes an incident on the water sticks in the brain. At the time you were convinced it was your right of way but with hindsight you're not so sure. Or you're convinced you were treated badly and want to get it

    Published 13:14 on 10 Feb 2020

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    Greek Night

    The Social Committee have planned a Greek Supper on Saturday 22nd February in the Signal Station. Club members are invited to arrive at 7 pm for 7.30 pm. The menu will include: Starter: Tzatziki and Taramasalata dips and pitta bread Main: Moussaka or Vegetarian Moussaka, with Greek salad and dressing Dessert: Baklava Tea and coffee Dress Code:

    Published 17:52 on 2 Feb 2020

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    Gybe Club goes on Tour. What an 'Oarsome' day out!

    Lee-on-the-Solent Sailing Club cadets' Gybe Club is not just a summer activity. During the winter the cadets meet once a month to learn shore-based skills from our expert and dedicated instructors. Sam Frost, a member of LOSSC and a sailmaker himself, took LOSSC Gybe Club cadets on a visit to North Sails' loft in Gosport to see how sails are made. They then headed down to Oarsome Chance, a local charity

    Published 20:27 on 18 Jan 2020

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    Burns Night Dinner

    We will be celebrating Burns Night with a sumptuous dinner at the Signal Station on the 24th of January. Come and join us for a welcome 'nip' of whisky, a 3 course meal and Burns Night entertainment. Kilts welcome - but optional! Seats limited to 40 people. Please book your place by Sunday, 19th January, by emailing names, menu options and payment method to

    Published 15:34 on 14 Jan 2020

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    2020 Winter Snooker Series

    The 2020 Winter Snooker Series will start "on cue" (sorry!) this coming January ... While we wait for our new Club House to open, and the return of our historic snooker tables, we will continue our play at Fareham Snooker Club. The dates are all Wednesdays; 15th and 29th January, 12th and 26th February,11th and 25th March. As previously, we will play from 7.30 to 11.00 p.m. with a break for food

    Published 22:38 on 9 Jan 2020

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    Christmas Carols at the Club

    Now that your calendar is filling up with Christmas festivities, don't forget that the real launch of the festive season is Carols at the Club, from 7.30 pm on the 19th of December. We will be singing traditional carols, there will be festive nibbles, and there's even a rumour (yet to be confirmed) of mulled wine. In order to ensure enthusiastic renditions of O Come All Ye Faithful, etc. the bar

    Published 19:09 on 17 Dec 2019

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    Trafalgar Night Celebration

    A good night was had by all at the Trafalgar Night Celebration. Military Band Music 'Hearts of Oak' played as everyone made their way to their seats. 'Nelsons Prayer' read by Ann Warburton, and the Speaker (Peter Warburton) gave an amusing talk on the traditional rules of Trafalgar Night .and signalled the diners to start dining. The starter was ushered in by the music 'Hearts of Oak' and the main course by the

    Published 10:00 on 27 Oct 2019

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