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Cruising Rallys for 2016 now set
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The dates and organisers for our 2016 Rally's have now been agreed:

25-28 Mar (Poole or Solent depending on weather) Jon and Lou-Lou McGuire

16-17 Apr (Itchenor) Lin and Chris Wilson

7-8 May (Yarmouth) - Graham and Julia Fairhall

18-19 June (Beaulieau) - Andy and Maggie Starky

30-31 July (Hamble) - Stuart and Anna Wood

20-21 Aug (Lymington) Robert and Sandy Palmer

24-25 Sept (Chichester) - Jon and Lou-Lou McGuire

15-16 Oct (Cowes) - TBA
Stokes Bay Sailing Club is Y&Y Club of the Year
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Stokes Bay Sailing Club has won the Yachts and Yachting "Club of the Year" award.

There will be an official announcement at the London Boat Show next Thursday, so if any members are at the Show, please go to the announcement.
RYA Southern Region Newsletter January 2015
RYA Southern Region Newsletter January 2015.
Solent shallows
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Although one of our shallow areas is presently well marked, here is a great web site showing other shallows and hazards around the Island. Great if you want to go rock hopping on the RTI race. www.solentshallows.co.uk

NEW QUEEN’S HARBOUR MASTER PORTSMOUTH WEBSITE
The Queen's Harbour Master Portsmouth the QHM Website is transferring to a new Internet Host. The majority of data held as part of the Royal Navy website, with a header page and some information common to all Dockyard Ports on the GOV.UK website. The new site is now live, and will operate alongside the old site until 5 December 2014 when it will be shutdown. Thereafter the current website address (URL) will auto-forward users automatically to the new site.

The address for the QHM Portsmouth section of the new site is as follows: http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/qhm/portsmouth.

The new site is presented in a different format to the old one, and is designed to be readable on a variety of platforms, including smartphones and tablets. The majority of information from the old site, including all safety and time-critical information has already been cross-loaded, and the remainder of pages will be populated over the next few weeks.

A major advantage of the new site is the re-instatement of the ability to automatically email new messages such as Navigation Warnings (NAVWARNs), Local Notices to Mariners (LNTMs), General Directions (GDs) and Shipping Movements. Users are able to sign up to receive these on the relevant pages. This facility will be made live from 4 December 2014 onwards.

During the bedding-in of the new site, QHM Staff are working with the site designers to iron out any minor glitches. Every effort will be made to input information on schedule, but occasionally, technical difficulties may mean that some information is delayed.
Barts Bash – September 21 2014
Cruising Rallys for 2016 now set
CIMG3934-0.jpg
The dates and organisers for our 2016 Rally's have now been agreed:

25-28 Mar (Poole or Solent depending on weather) Jon and Lou-Lou McGuire

16-17 Apr (Itchenor) Lin and Chris Wilson

7-8 May (Yarmouth) - Graham and Julia Fairhall

18-19 June (Beaulieau) - Andy and Maggie Starky

30-31 July (Hamble) - Stuart and Anna Wood

20-21 Aug (Lymington) Robert and Sandy Palmer

24-25 Sept (Chichester) - Jon and Lou-Lou McGuire

15-16 Oct (Cowes) - TBA
NEW QUEEN’S HARBOUR MASTER PORTSMOUTH WEBSITE
The Queen's Harbour Master Portsmouth the QHM Website is transferring to a new Internet Host. The majority of data held as part of the Royal Navy website, with a header page and some information common to all Dockyard Ports on the GOV.UK website. The new site is now live, and will operate alongside the old site until 5 December 2014 when it will be shutdown. Thereafter the current website address (URL) will auto-forward users automatically to the new site.

The address for the QHM Portsmouth section of the new site is as follows: http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/qhm/portsmouth.

The new site is presented in a different format to the old one, and is designed to be readable on a variety of platforms, including smartphones and tablets. The majority of information from the old site, including all safety and time-critical information has already been cross-loaded, and the remainder of pages will be populated over the next few weeks.

A major advantage of the new site is the re-instatement of the ability to automatically email new messages such as Navigation Warnings (NAVWARNs), Local Notices to Mariners (LNTMs), General Directions (GDs) and Shipping Movements. Users are able to sign up to receive these on the relevant pages. This facility will be made live from 4 December 2014 onwards.

During the bedding-in of the new site, QHM Staff are working with the site designers to iron out any minor glitches. Every effort will be made to input information on schedule, but occasionally, technical difficulties may mean that some information is delayed.
SBSC Cruising section has new Flickr site
Have a look at the latest piccy's from the cruising section's exploits. Just click on the link below and select photo stream

SBSC Cruising Section Flickr Site

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