HSSC Weekly Update Friday 1st July 2022

From the Club Sec. Ladies and Gentlemen NEW CLUB SECRETARY I am pleased to report that the handover with Lou is proceeding to plan and she is now in the hot seat! I will be around for a few weeks yet catching up on some leave and supporting other work including the Police Barracks. The plan is to say my farewells at the Fun Day/Summer party on Sat 13th Aug and dining out at the Battle of Britain dinner on Sat 10 Sep.

RNSA HSSC Summer Series Race 5 Results

From Ric Hanslip On a fairly grey evening with a SW of around 10-15 kts SOOD JJT set a triangular course of Greenings Fintech(P) Kemps (S) Browndown (S) Greenings (S) finish with a pretty strong east going tide. Sunshine and Jambo led off the line with Jambo just leading from Sunshine round Greenings.

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Social Events Update

Charity BBQ – 2nd July

Please join us on Saturday 2nd July from 2.30pm for a BBQ to celebrate the finish of 24 hours of non-stop rowing, and see the boat that will be rowed 3000 miles across the Atlantic.

There are many ways you can help us raise money for the children’s charity Action Medical Research, by sponsorship, donation or by purchasing raffle tickets or even donating raffle prizes please, there is a box left in the club.

Or come along this Saturday, all proceeds from the food and drink will go directly to the charity. We have many drinks at Just £2, including lager, cider, gin, and pimms.

We will be drawing the raffle on Saturday afternoon and some amazing prizes have already been kindly donated, including a child’s Pompey shirt signed by the team, so don’t forget to get your tickets!

Please come along and help us at TSC to raise as much money as we can.

Pay on the day, all family and friends are welcome.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/24-hour-rowathon

Wimbledon Ladies Final – 9th July

Come along and watch the ladies Wimbledon final on the clubs big screen and enjoy a glass of prosecco, whilst enjoying either a delicious bowl of eton mess or strawberries and cream.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/wimbledon-ladies-final-strawberries-cream-and-prosecco

Sword Sands Fun Day – 10th July

SAVE THE DAY!

The tide is right, let’s hope the weather will be too!

Let’s all make the most of having our own island so close by and spend the afternoon on Sword Sands enjoying the sun, sand and sea.

Bring along your footballs, frisbees, your badminton racquets etc, along with a picnic. The main thing is to bring yourselves and your friends and family along.

Then back to the club for a BBQ and a few drinks to finish the day off.

BBQ will be pay on the day.

Curry & Quiz Night – 15th July

You all did so well on the quiz last month, maybe I should make it a little harder?

We will be serving a chicken mango curry served with rice, poppadom and Naan from 6pm to 7pm

There is no need to eat to come along and join in with the quiz, but why not try something a little different.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/curry-quiz-night

Turning the Tide – 22nd July

Following on from knotty night, our next seamanship evening is Turning the tide.
Please sign up for a beginner’s look at how the tides work in our harbour, and what affects them. Plus some basic training on all those floating buoys out there and what they mean for you.

There’ll be chilli and rice served between 6pm and 7pm and our speakers will start at around 7pm. You don’t have to eat to come along, but pre booking either way would be appreciated so we know numbers to expect/cater for.

Although this evening is developed for newer members, our seasoned sailors, rowers, and paddlers are very welcome as the more advice and guidance in the room the better.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/turning-the-tide

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
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Round Up of Rowing Weekend

It’s been a busy weekend.

It was a real pleasure to welcome 16 members of Hamble River Rowing to our clubhouse on Friday evening.

Never feint hearted, not only did both clubs row with people they’d only just met, they also had to contend with deteriorating weather conditions with each race. Teamwork was crucial. It was a slog up Broom against the tide and wind from the get go, and by the final race let’s just say no one was in danger of smashing any previous time records. But everyone was still smiling at the end of the evening so I’d say a brilliant success. Thank you to all the TSC members that made all our guests so welcome. Picture attached of the winning team. 🎉

Saturday we were invited to Bosham Sailing Club for their inaugural rowing regatta. I wasn’t there so thank you to Steve Woodbridge for the following and congratulations to you and the Navigator crew for bringing home another 1st place title for TSC. 🎉🥂

2 gigs from Tudor entered the race along with 6 other boats, 2 St Ayles Skiff’s, 2 Celtic Log Boat’s, a sliding seat Costal Quad and another Bursledon.

The event consisted of 3 races, a longer row to start south from the club, round School Rythe down the Bosham Channel turning just before the Chichester Channel and 2 shorter sprints north into Colner and Cutmill Creeks. The southerly force 3 to 4 combined with the rising tide made for challenging conditions.

Racing started at 09:00 and I’m pleased to report Tudor gigs were placed 1st and 2nd, Navigator closely beating Freedom into 2nd place. The only boat completing the course in a faster time was the Coastal Quad which lost out on handicap and was placed 4th behind the 3 Bursledons.

Celebrations gathered pace after the results and a BBQ, Tudor’s rowing reputation continues to grow around the area!

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
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Langstone SC Regatta

Langstone Sailing Club is hosting their Regatta and Prentice Plate on Saturday, to be held in Langstone Harbour. They have plenty of room if people want to tow their boats round.

First race starts at 1.30pm (1.25pm warning signal). Please see the Sailing Instructions (attached) for details and timings.

To help plan for this weekend please sign up if you are thinking of racing: https://machform.langstonesc.org.uk/view.php?id=263829

The bar will be open after racing with tea and cake (small charge) before prize giving (expected around 4.30pm)

Mark Swallow
Sailing Secretary
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Ebb & Flow:

I’m not entirely sure I want to think about the end of the season yet, but on the basis that some plans do need to be made, and entries made in diaries, here’s one from the Bosuns Committee +for cruiser owners to add:

Cruiser Recovery Weekend

15/16 October: The Cruiser Recovery will take place on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October when high water will be at 1610. All club members who are planning to bring their boats ashore are asked to make themselves available for both days of the weekend.

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
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Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

  • Webcollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
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LSC-Regatta_2022-SI.pdf

RNSA HSSC Summer Series Race 6 – 06/07/2022 –

Start off Gilkicker Point. Supper in the Clubhouse on completion. See NOR below for full details. SOOD Spirit of Kudu

HSSC Weekly Update Saturday 25th June 2022

From the Club Sec. Ladies and Gentlemen, WELCOME LOUISA (LOU) AS THE NEW CLUB SECRETARY! Lou and I have spent our first week handing over the role of Club Secretary. Thank you to those members who have had the opportunity to pop in and welcome her to the Club. Lou will pick up the role from the end of next week and I will be around for a few weeks yet.

RNSA HSSC Summer Series Race 4

From Ric Hanslip. The nights are drawing in – Summer Solstice +1 day. However the light South Easterly, although expected to fade, was enough to produce a race which required much thought and not a little anticipation. Jambo the SOOD set a course of a beat into the strong west going tide to N Sturbridge, a kite reach to Kemps Quay, a gybe and a marginal kite reach home.

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A big thank you to Jane, Linda, and Bernie for the knotty night, an enjoyable evening, and lovely to see so many people helping one another.

Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night – 24th June

This Friday we are lucky to be joined by rowers from Hamble, so an enjoyable social evening is planned. As usual all are welcome to come along and join in with the rowing, or have a drink and some food if you wish to, the more the merrier.

Our rowing captain Jane will tell you more.

We will be serving jacket potatoes with your choice of filling.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-2

Raring to Row for 24 hours 1st -2nd

The rowing section are completing a 24 hour water relay from the 1st – 2nd July 2022 in support of the Atlantic Ocean Rowing Team, helping to raise vital funds for their Charity Action Medical Research and their continued drive to fund research in rare diseases in children and preventing premature births and the complications that this can cause.

Please help us support this fantastic cause, by sponsorship, donation or by purchasing raffle tickets!

We would be grateful of donations for raffle prizes please, I shall leave a box in the club

We would love to see on 2nd July from 3pm onwards for the finish and for beers and BBQ

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/24-hour-rowathon

Let’s try and make as much money as possible for this amazing children’s charity!

Wimbledon Ladies Final – 9th July

Come along and watch the ladies Wimbledon final on the clubs big screen and enjoy a glass of prosecco, whilst enjoying either a delicious bowl of eton mess or strawberries and cream.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/wimbledon-ladies-final-strawberries-cream-and-prosecco

Sword Sands Fun Day – 10th July

SAVE THE DAY!

The tide is right, let’s hope the weather will be too!

Let’s all make the most of having our own island so close by and spend the day on Sword Sands enjoying the sun, sand and sea.

Bring along your footballs, frisbees, your badminton racquets etc, along with a picnic. The main thing is to bring yourselves and your friends and family along.

Then back to the club for a BBQ and a few drinks to finish the day off.

BBQ will be pay on the day.

Just one more thing before I go, if anyone needs duty hours and is willing to help with preparation, serving, washing up or help with the BBQ’s, please contact me or look on Dutyman.

Due to operations, illnesses etc, I am currently on my own, sympathy gratefully received, but help would be even better 😉

Thank you

Sue Elson
Social Secretary
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Rowing Section Friendly Friday Race Night

A reminder that our June rowing race night is this Friday 24th.

The usual format where we mix the teams up and race down Broom, around the buoy and back again. There’s always lots of laughter with a sprinkle of competition.

We’re very excited this month as we are hosting 15 rowers from Hamble River Rowing Club. A first for us and we can’t wait to row together.

As always everyone is welcome, whether to row, spectate or just mingle.

If you do want to row timings are below.

Our social committee are serving jacket potato with various fillings and I’ve included their web collect below if you’d like to order. Please do order if you want to eat as it will be a busy one this Friday.

  • 🚣‍♀️ Meet at 6pm for rowing.
  • 🚣‍♀️ Briefing 6.15pm.
  • 🚣‍♀️ Supper from 8pm.
  • 🚣‍♀️ Bar open.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-rowing-race-night-2

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
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Ebb & Flow:

A few highlights from recent Portsmouth QHM LNtM this week:

It looks as though 25th June is going to be busy out there! See below to links for a full list of LNtM, as well as the LHB notices. This are just a few that caught my eye this week.

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night June 24th Club Rowing – Leisure Row June 22nd 1800hrs
Wimbledon Ladies Final July 9th 1330hrs Gales Series 4 June 22nd 1900hrs
Sword Sands Fun Sports Day July 10th Women on the Water June 23rd 1745hrs
Turning the Tide July 22nd 1800hrs Friendly Friday Race Night June 24th 1800hrs
Friendly Friday – Paddle in Company June 24th 1830hrs
Club Rowing – Sport Row June 25th 0800hrs
Round Hayling Cruise June 25th 1030hrs
Introduction to Rowing June 25th 1100hrs
Sunday Series 2 June 26th 1000hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle Row June 26th 1100hrs
Club Rowing – Gentle / Sport Row June 28th 0800hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
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HSSC RNSA Summer Series Race 3 Results

From Ric Hanslip. The light South Easterly was expected to fade as the evening deepened so a course was selected in this expectation. A broad reach to Stokes Bay Central followed by a beat with tide behind to North Sturbridge and a run home. Jambo had the best of the start taking an inshore line out of the tide with a rapid spinnaker set giving them an early lead of a couple of boat lengths over Sunshine seeking better breeze out in the tide and Jolly Jack Tar a tad late on their kite set.

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Knots and Tides

Turning the Tide – an intro evening to tides, wind, and buoys in our harbour. (And Knotty Night reminder)

Remember Knotty Night is this Friday.

It’s shaping up to be a great mixture of new members and seasoned knotters. Still bookable if you’ve forgotten (should’ve knotted some ribbon on your finger 😊)

And on behalf of the sailing committee and Sue and the social committee, I’d like to announce the second seamanship evening of the year. July 22nd.

Frequently requested, please sign up for a beginner’s look at how the tides work in our harbour, and what affects them. Plus some basic training on all those bobbing buoys out there and what they mean for you.

Did you know, the moon and the sun have their own gravitational fields, much like Earth. Whilst they won’t pick us up and make us float off into space, they are powerful enough to move the oceans around the planet…literally pulling the sea towards them.

For more fun facts and key information for being out on the water come and join in on 22nd July.

We have an external speaker coming along for the evening. Formerly Royal Navy, John Bearman now works for the marine policing unit in our local waters and is a RYA Instructor.

There’ll be chilli and rice served between 6pm and 7pm and our speakers will start at 7pm. You don’t have to eat to come along, but pre booking either way would be appreciated so we know numbers to expect/cater for.

Here’s the link:

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/turning-the-tide

Although this evening is developed for newer members, our seasoned sailors, rowers, and paddlers are very welcome as the more advice and guidance in the room the better.

(Please note though this is friendly advice, and not formal training. Your safety is 100% in your hands, not anyone else’s).

Looking forward to seeing you all there.

Jane: What did the ocean say to the shore?
Sue: Nothing. It just waved.

Jane Dare
Rowing Captain
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Ebb & Flow:

We have a for sale / wanted section on the website, but having had this email through I thought I’d put it in this section:

Wayfarer 679: Red Tape

It probably happens to us all eventually. Age and health issues force lifestyle changes that are quite unexpected and come in a great rush!

My dinghy racing days are over. I will find another way to get on the water but, for now, must find a new sailor for a rather special wooden Wayfarer that was built in Portsmouth Dockyard in 1963, fully renovated in 1999 and sailed regularly for the next 20+ years. To my mind, it is a Portsmouth boat that should continue to be sailed in Portsmouth waters – and Langstone Harbour + the Solent is difficult to beat.

It would please me enormously to pass Red Tape (+ all the ‘extras’) to a new owner, preferably a Tudor member, who has an interest in dinghy sailing – perhaps with a young family in tow – and could envisage giving the boat yet another 20 years active use.

The price – I would be pleased to exchange her for a decent donation to a charity – preferably one supported by TSC.
Interested – or know someone who could be – please do get in touch.

John O’Keefe – John.pokeefe

As ever, feel free to drop me an email at this address, it is always nice to hear from members. Any ideas of things to include in the Tidal Diamonds would be most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

I thought it worth continuing to include a few useful links here as a handy place to find them if you haven’t already got them bookmarked:

Diary Dates

Social Sailing
Knotty Night June 17th 1800hrs Club Rowing – Leisure Row June 15th 1800hrs
Friendly Friday Rowing Race Night June 24th Women on the Water June 16th 1745hrs
Wimbledon Ladies Final July 9th 1330hrs Friendly Friday – Sunset Paddle June 17th 1830hrs
Sword Sands Fun Sports Day July 10th Club Rowing – Sport Row June 18th 0800hrs
Turning the Tide July 22nd 1800hrs Interclub – Wild Goose Chase June 18th 1445hrs
Ladies Tray June 19th 1600hrs
Club Rowing – Leisure / Sport Row June 21st 0800hrs
Sunset Series 5 June 21st 1930hrs
Gales Seires 4 June 22nd 1900hrs
Club Activities
Dinghy racing – please use the following link to register and sign in to any dinghy racing event or series: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing planning & info (WhatsApp group) – contact commodore<a href="mailto:commodore for more details.
Rowing, new and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us –
contact rowing for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the Water, weekly – contact wow for more details.
Maintenance Hours – to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

All contributions for Tidal Diamonds to me by 1400hrs on Tuesdays please; please allow plenty of time for emails to reach me. However exceptions will always be made for emergencies. Note: all content is automatically published on the Tudor website unless requested otherwise.

Regards,
Paul Tansom

Tidal Diamond Editor
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Narwhal 4m RIB and o/b Mariner 45 – £900 ono

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