Why should the chaps and kids have all the fun?
Make time on Thursday evenings to come and join a bunch of like minded ladies having fun on the water in our beautiful location.
No need for experience, just a willingness to muck in and get a bit wet whilst keeping that grin on your face.
Oh, and a nice meal to top off the evening. What’s not to like?
Details of the 2020 offering will be available soon.
|What it is?||An opportunity for novice women in a supportive group to learn the basics over eight weeks of informal sessions.
For improvers to do just that – improve sailing.
|How to join?||Through the FSC website
Visit the club
Email [email protected] or call into the club to find out more
|When?||Every Thursday throughout May and June irrespective of weather and tide conditions. Theory sessions will be run if sailing is not possible.Arrive to rig the boats from 5.30
To be on the on the water for 6.45
|Who can take part?||All women wishing to do more sailing.Also open to those wishing to socialise whilst watching the sailing and sunset, or wanting to help prepare a meal.|
|What else is included?||A chance to share a glass of wine and have a meal together following the sailing at a cost of £5 per meal at about 8.30.We need help preparing post sailing meal- sign up at the club if you are interested in sharing your culinary skills.|
|Useful information||FSC is a small club run by members for the members.
Members who are sailing are required to have Full Sailing Membership and are required to carry out four duties across the season.
There are various open meetings (where visiting sailors come and race at our club) as well as visiting groups (Scouts and Guides) where help is required to facilitate these events from making tea in the kitchen, signing visitors into the club, pulling boats up the ramp and just being around to meet and greet visitors. It is a great way to meet people and see behind the scenes of these events.
See Felpham Sailing Club at www.felphamsailingclub.co.uk website for more details of exciting forthcoming training courses and development opportunities, including Start Sailing weekend courses, Race Training and Skills Saturday.
For further information please email [email protected] or Paula Bentley 07525 810433
Here is the current planned calendar for Women on Water events at Felpham Sailing Club.
|Thu 7 May||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW - First sailing evening||11:57||5.9|
|Thu 14 May||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||17:38||4.5|
|Thu 21 May||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||23:38||5.3|
|Thu 28 May||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||15:52||5.0|
|Thu 4 Jun||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||23:10||5.8|
|Thu 11 Jun||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||16:17||5.0|
|Thu 18 Jun||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||22:21||5.0|
|Thu 25 Jun||18:00||Adult Training & Development - WoW||14:57||5.4|
|Thu 2 Jul||18:00||AOB Adults on Boats - Joint WoW & MoB - Racing||22:01||5.3|
|Tue 7 Jul||18:00||AOB Adults on Boats - Joint WoW & MoB - Racing||13:47||5.6|
|Thu 9 Jul||18:00||AOB Adults on Boats - Joint WoW & MoB - Cindy Bloor & Nigel Lester Trophies||15:09||5.3|
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