- Bids must be sent in by post to HRSC, Helford, Helston TR12 6LB, or delivered by hand to the Club office no later than 1stJuly 2016. Please include your name, email address and/or mobile or home phone number with your bid.
- All bids will be kept secret and we will select a qualified person to oversee that honesty and fair play takes place when bids are opened and the integrity of the Club cannot be questioned.
- The Q20 may not be taken from Club premises until full payment has been made by the successful bidder.
- The Q20 can be seen by appointment with Chris Hosken. Please contact him on 01326 231240 or email [email protected].
- The Q20 boat is sold as seen and the Club takes no responsibility for it after the sale.
The August Rock buoy Fl green 5sec is now back on station after its winter overhaul. It has been moved slightly [50 metres] and an update for waypoint purposes will be published soon.
The winter gales do cause concern and we have put down a new mooring block with eye and new chain with welded shackles, expensive but very necessary.
Helford River Navigational Aids Committee.
Thanks to a massive effort by HRSC Commodore JC Bolitho and his teams, and indeed Falmouth Divers, by the 20th April:
Pontoon was open for business – MIND the GAP between the Quay & Repaired Bridge.
Dinghy Park, largely cleared Racks repaired
Dinghy Racing Marks refurbished, set & racing began in glorious sunshine
Wayfarers repaired and rejuvenated
Wayfarer, Drascombe, Safety & Committee moorings redesigned & replaced.
Committee & Safety boats overhauled and improved to an exceptional standard.
Now’s the time to pat each other on the backs, shake hands by way of thank you, get out on the water, and celebrate the season to come when greeting old, new friends and holiday makers alike.
If the Helford is not an elixir of life – what is?
er, yer dont have to drink it, just immerse, something which racers, canoeists and swimmers do willingly (mostly)
Picture (c) Dom Brandreth
We are looking into fixing the webcams. Stay tuned…
Now that the winter is over, we will hopefully enjoy a far better summer than last year which will enable us all to get out onto the water and have lots of fun.
We have new Stewards who started at the Club just before Easter and we wish George and Linda Dykes the very best in their new venture. As we all know working here at the Club and keeping everyone happy is a challenging job! If you have any comments or suggestions please pass them on to our Vice Commodore, Heather Ibotson. May we take this opportunity to remind Members that only food purchased from the Stewards may be consumed on Club premises.
Training courses at the clubhouse are back on the agenda so please sign up to learn new skills or to refresh existing ones. The initial course run this year was the First Aid course on 2nd April. Please keep an eye on the Club website and emails for future courses.
We have now provided some facilities for children in the end room of the clubhouse so the whole family can now come down and enjoy time together at the Club. Parents are reminded that children do need to be supervised at all times please.
The ever popular adult dinghy training on Tuesday nights will continue. Wednesday evening keelboat racing needs a lot more support this year. Handicap, 707 and white sail racing can all be accommodated so please come along and join in. Dinghy racing on Thursday evenings has a strong and active contingent and is very competitive and will no doubt thrive again this season. Junior sailing will take place again on Friday evenings and is, as always, very well supported.
During the winter months Yoga classes have been held at the clubhouse and these will soon be joined by Art and Spanish classes. Please look out for notices about these and possible other classes on the website and emails.
Now is a particularly good time to join the Helford River Sailing Club as the joining fee has been reduced to £10 so please encourage your friends to join.
We have an active social calendar planned for this summer as you will see later on in this Newsletter. Notable amongst the events are the L’Aber Wrac’h Champagne Party on Thursday 23rd June and the Falmouth Week Helford Regatta Day on Sunday 7th August. Please come along and support your Club and our new Stewards.
Finally may I wish all Members a very happy and fun-packed summer both on and off the water and I am looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible down at the clubhouse.
Mark Buckley – Commodore
Any tenders remaining on the pontoon which are not displaying a payment sticker will be removed this Sunday 19th September.
Owners will be charged for their storage.
As the end of the season is fast approaching, I just wanted to send a quick reminder that we require all vessels to be removed from their moorings and the pontoon by Saturday 31st October 2020.