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  • Social News
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  • Ebb & Flow
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  • Diary Dates

Social Update

Hi everyone, please do put the following dates in your diary and join us.

As mentioned before, we are looking for more help to ensure we can provide food after as many ‘on the water’ events as possible this summer. It doesn’t have to be onerous, simply organising a ‘bring a board’ or offering to wash up for specific dates will make all the difference. Look out for the ads over the next few weeks with the specific dates we need support.

Friday 31st May

This evening looks to be a busy one with all sections on the water.

We will be serving a ploughman’s supper with the choice of either slow cooked honey roasted gammon or vegetarian lightly spiced samosa. Booking is essential by Thursday lunchtime please to enable us to plan and shop efficiently.

Book here 👇🏽
https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/friendly-friday-race-night-may

Thank you in advance to John and Paul for hosting the bar. Jane for the ploughman’s. Dawn and Rafa for serving and washing up.

Friday 7th June

Games Night!!

Bring along board games or card games or simply turn up and join a game. It’s a great way to meet other members. Even if you don’t want to play, come and have a drink. We’ve got a flourishing chess section (who knew you were so cerebral) and we’d love to see more of you. If Uno is more your thing that’s great, we’ve got Uno and Uno flip waiting for you.

Only rule is it’s just for fun. No money to change hands.

The bar will be open, thank you Jamie and Ben.

Feel free to bring your own takeaway or supper or have it delivered.

Saturday 8th June

We’ve got the BBQ ready for our open day. Will be pay on the day. Thank you Paul B in advance.
If you’re a star baker and would like to make a cake or cookies for the day, please get in touch. We could love to showcase, sell, and eat as many delicious goodies as possible.

Friends, family, and colleague can sign up for the open day here for free tasters on the water. 👇🏽
https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/discover-sailing-kayaking-rowing-at-tudor-day-1

Friday 14th June

We really need support for this evening if members would like food. Would be great to have a BBQ or some warming chilli for the sunset series 3. Please get in touch if you can support the club.

Inga Lambert
Social Secretary
socialsec

The Vogalonga 2024

A visit to Venice is an ambition for many people, but having the opportunity to row through its canals and around some of its surrounding islands is a dream that many people can only ever imagine. For a group of Tudor rowers and their three welcome guests, this dream became reality when on the 19th of May four Bursledon Gigs from Tudor Sailing Club joined 2000 other rowing craft from all over the world to row a 22 nautical mile course through the canals of Venice and its surrounding lagoon.

Rowing the Vogalonga is an experience that those who took part will never forget, but the Tudor Tour to Venice provided many more experiences that made this trip so special for everyone involved. For some it was the opportunity to make new friends, for others, it was the amazing Italian food, (and drink of course), or the culture that Venice offers. Most of the group stayed in a couple of Airbnb’s in the beautiful town of Treviso which is just a short trip from Venice.

It is difficult to adequately describe the experience in words but speak to any of the rowers involved and they will happily share their experiences. The following links to video clips and attached photos will also provide a flavour of the trip.

YouTube aerial video

Nav and Kelpie getting assistance from the Venetian fire brigade

Photo montage

Animated route map

If you want to give rowing a go then why not email me at rowing@tudorsailing.org.uk. This time next year it could be you!

John Elson
Rowing Captain
rowing

Ebb & Flow

First things first, a correction in the attribution of the Gould Trophy article in last weeks Tidal Diamond. It was actually written by Don Heath – apologies Don!

Having attended the Dockyard Port Forum last week there are a couple of items from KHM that may be of interest.

Firstly, watch out for details of activity around the D-Day events that will restrict certain areas at certain times. The link to KHM LNtM is below, but I have noted the following one being published already:

Southsea Flying Display, Saturday 8th June 2024 – https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/khm/portsmouth/local-notices/lntm/2024/2462-southsea-flying-display-sat-8-jun-24

Secondly, there is some repair work necessary on the pile on the western side of Portsmouth Harbour entrance. This will result in the temporary closure of the small boat channel at some point. Watch for the LNtM giving details of when, and you can call Harbour Control on channel 11 or the backup channel 13.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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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  • Kayak News
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Kayak News

Basingstoke Paddle

For a variety of reasons the Basingstoke Paddle didn’t go ahead but we are looking for a new date and Hannah has kindly volunteered to drive the trailer so we should be able to get a few more kayaks transported there.

Breakfast/Brunch Paddle

On Saturday 29th June, come and join a paddle in company to Hayling Island for a cuppa and a bacon roll at the cafe on the beach. It was suggested that the rowers might want to meet us there which sounds like an excellent idea 😁

Opportunities to paddle in company

There are a number of regular events to get people together and paddle or SUP in company. Everyone is really friendly, and supportive and it’s not competitive. You don’t need to be that experienced or fit, it’s just chilled and fun. You can book club kayaks easily.

Monday Evenings

If you would like to paddle in company on a Monday evening come and join us for some chilled time on the water.

Thursday Evenings

Thursdays is a women on the water WOW evening with Hannah so kayaking or sailing, anything on the water basically!

Friendly Fridays

Keep an eye on the calendar for some Friday paddle in company trips on the water. Coming up we have the 31st May and the 14th June.

If anyone has any ideas for a kayaking events or happy to be a point of contact for a paddle in company please let Terri know or just pop something in the Paddlers WhatsApp group.

Terri Johnson
Kayak Captain
kayaks

Gould Trophy

Over the bank holiday 5 club boats took part in the Gould Trophy, racing from Langstone to Lymington and back, and joined by Roger and Moira in Idle Wild. The Gould Trophy is an annual event traditionally held over the May bank holiday weekend, with the outbound leg on the Saturday and back on the Monday, with two nights to take in the sights of Lymington. We would have been 6 but sadly Sheer Magic had a transmission problem prior to the start and was unable to participate.

The sail to Lymington was great! A sunny day, light but not too light winds and a broad reach the entire way with a number of the boats flying their cruising chutes. Pre-dinner drinks in Lymington were aboard Idle Wild – thank you Roger and Moira, followed by a very nice meal at the Kings Arms – another special mention to Helen for organising that.

Sunday included a walk to the Keyhaven Yacht Club for lunch. They’re well worth a visit and are extremely welcoming to visitors.

The return on Monday was a bit greyer and a bit damper – another broad reach, but as the wind had gone from North to South over the weekend I think (and someone can correct me on this) that for the entire weekend the only point of sailing was a reach on the starboard tack! My kind of sailing …..

Thank you to all those involved in the organisation of a great weekend.

Julie Thorpe

Ebb & Flow

Starting on Sunday at 10am from Sandy Point there will be a flotilla of Lifeboats in the Solent to celebrate RNLI 200. More details on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/share/kMrpfp4Gg9vBT6pM/ or to save a visit:

A Flotilla of lifeboats will travel along the coast between Portsmouth, Hayling Island and Selsey, and across to the Isle of Wight, to mark the 200 year anniversary of the RNLI. Hayling Lifeboats will be joined by Selsey’s Shannon, Portsmouth’s Atlantic 85 and D Class (for some of the trip), as well as the Tamar from Bembridge.
The boats will assemble at 10:45 in Fishery Creek, near Hayling Island Sailing Club, departing at 11.00 towards West Pole, and then East along the Witterings beaches towards Selsey. After rounding Selsey Bill and passing Selsey Lifeboat Station, the fleet will turn at Bognor Rocks and head west for the Isle of Wight. After passing Bembridge they will then head North towards Portsmouth and then travel East along Southsea seafront and then along the Hayling shoreline before dispersing.
The fleet of boats will be an awesome sight and will serve as a reminder of the dedication of all the volunteers who have saved 144,277 lives at sea during the last 200 years…. and still counting.
Should any vessels (from Chichester or Langstone Harbour or beyond) wish to join the whole route or any part of it, it would be fantastic to have other boats take part in the celebratory event. The lifeboats will travel at approximately 12 knots and the full circuit will take around three hours.
Bacon rolls, tea and coffee and RNLI 200 souvenirs will be available at Hayling Island Lifeboat station from 10 am, for those who would like to watch the start from the shore. It will be an occasion not to be missed – we look forward to seeing you there!

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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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  • British Canoeing Discover Paddle Award
  • Ebb & Flow
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Social Update

Hi everyone, please do put the following dates in your diary and join us.

As mentioned before, we are looking for more help to ensure we can provide food after as many ‘on the water’ events as possible this summer. It doesn’t have to be onerous, simply organising a ‘bring a board’ or offering to wash up for specific dates will make all the difference.

Friday 17th May

Jacket potatoes with a choice of toppings will be available this Friday after the racing. Booking in advance is essential to assist in catering and to avoid waste. The bar will be open, thank you Anthony and Julian.

Thank you Linda and Les for food service and washing up duty.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/sunset-series-1-supper

Friday 31st May

This evening looks to be a busy one with all sections on the water.

We will be serving a ploughman’s supper with the choice of either slow cooked honey roasted gammon or vegetarian lightly spiced samosa. It’s not on web collect just yet. We’ll let you know as soon as it is as booking will be essential.

Thank you in advance to John and Paul for hosting the bar. Jane for the ploughman’s. Dawn and Rafa for serving and washing up.

Friday 7th June

Back by popular demand. Games Night.

Bring along board games or card games or simply turn up and join a game. It’s a great way to meet other members. Even if you don’t want to play, come and have a drink. We’ve got a flourishing chess section (who knew you were so cerebral) and we’d love to see more of you. If Uno is more your thing that’s great, we’ve got Uno and Uno flip waiting for you.

Only rule is it’s just for fun. No money to change hands.

The bar will be open, thank you Jamie and Ben.

Feel free to bring your own takeaway or supper or have it delivered.

Inga Lambert
Social Secretary
socialsec

Rowing News

Hamble River Raid – Veni, vidi, vici

The Tudor Rowers managed a clean sweep at the Hamble River Raid (HRR) last Saturday with the Tudor Crews securing the top three places in the Bursledon class, and the winning trophies in the Ladies and Mixed classes.

As usual for the HRR the sun shone brightly as 29 rowers and coxes travelled the short distance down the M27 to Hamble-le-Rice for the first regatta of the 2024 season. The weather was too hot for rowing, but everyone resisted the temptation of the beer tent before the race and soaked up the atmosphere as the excited crews readied themselves, and their boats.

The course is a real challenge for the coxes, who have to navigate strong tides, many obstacles on the busy Hamble, and the other competitors. And it is a test of stamina for the rowers who have to throw every ounce of energy at the oars, and strain every muscle for nearly an hour of hell with only the thought of the ice cream, beer tent and sheer stubbornness to keep them going.

Congratulations go to the winning crews of:

  • Crazy Daisy – Overall Winner Fastest Bursledon Gig
  • Navigator – Winner Fastest Bursledon – Ladies Crew
  • Friendship – Winner Fastest Bursledon – Mixed Crew
  • Navigator – Winner Fastest Bursledon – Ladies Vets (average crew age)

The next event in the rowing calendar is the Cockleshell Challenge on the 15th June, hosted by Eastney Cruising Association, when Tudor expects the rowers to return with more trophies.

If you would like to try gig rowing, then why not sign up for one of the clubs intro row sessions which are held at 6pm on Tuesday evenings. These free 1hr taster sessions are organised to suit the rower’s ability and are great fun. To book one email me at rowing.

Vogalonga Update

Twenty Tudor rowers are heading for Venice this week to row in the Vogalonga on Sunday 19th May. Four Bursledon Gigs left by ferry this Monday with the majority of the rowers flying out this coming Friday, returning on Wednesday 22nd May. Keep your eyes on Tidal Diamond for photos and a report on how the trip went.

John Elson
Rowing Captain
rowing

Club Boat Maintenance

Like boats? Good with your hands? Looking for duty hours? Several of the club boats need minor works doing to continue supporting club activities. Please volunteer on the maintenance WhatsApp group or via email to bosuns_committee FAO Quartermaster.

Thank you,

Rory Goodenough
Quartermaster
bosuns_committee

Maintenance Jobs

There is a new list of Maintenance Jobs on the Maintenance WhatsApp group. This is also accessible here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ml4QTUVHyWXHUEClhvS_PtjqWjPbqET80qy8IzSv9qY/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know if you have trouble accessing this, or if you’d like to go onto this group.

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
commodore

British Canoeing Discover Paddle Award (Kayaks)

Whilst many of us already kayak, it’s worth mentioning the following course that’s available from ASC. Following the same theme as the SUP course above the course aim is encouraging independent decision making on different bodies of water, safety and weather aspects to prepare for self-guided adventures, equipment and skill development.

It will include launching, recovery, self rescue techniques, our own harbour tides and currents, safety and decision making, using whole body techniques, seeking urgent help.

If break time falls on low tide, the added bonus of lunch on sword sands.

The cost is £130 (and 20% Tudor member discount will then be applied)

Next availability is 25th May 9:30-16:30, 22nd June 9:30-16:30, 24th August 9:30-16:30

Booking is via ASC next door.

Terri Johnson
Kayak Captain
kayaks

Ebb & Flow

I don’t know how many people watch Saving Lives at Sea on BBC2, I tend to almost as a way of knowing how things work if I ever get into trouble! I’m a bit behind with this series, but a local NCI station was on a recent episode. Although it’s not about NCI Gosport, it gives a good overview of what NCI does and how it co-operates with other services such as HMCG and RNLI. The episode is available on iPlayer and you can watch it at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m001yv9s/saving-lives-at-sea-series-9-8-pressure

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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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  • Diary Dates

Cadets News

Hi everyone,

Delighted to say cadets is back for 2024.

If you’ve got kids or grandkids between the ages of 8 and 18 they are very welcome to come along and join the fun.

The sign up evening is May 8th 18:00 to 20:00 and the first on the water session will be May 15th at the same time.

If you have non member friends or family that you think would be interested please send them the poster attached as we have brilliant cadet membership rates and we offer intro sessions before they need to join as cadets. Don’t forget ASC offers discount on training for our cadet members.

And a big thank you in advance to all the parents of cadets that help the evening run smoothly.

For more information and any questions please contact me at cadets

Thanks.

Daniella Brain
Cadet Captain
cadets

Marketing & Advertising Update

Hi everyone,

Thank you to everyone that continues to ‘like’, share and comment on the club’s social media content. It really does make a difference to our community presence. Several community groups that promote local clubs and events have offered to advertise our events and our reach continues to grow. A big thank you for the photos too. Showcasing not just the ‘on the water ‘ events but also the fun moments of friendship and shenanigans really sets the tone and essence of our club. Please keep them coming. There are two ways you can continue to help in addition to supporting the social media content.

Open Day Advertising

Posters are available for the clubs annual open day. If you work in a local school, shop, or business and are able to display a poster please get in touch with me. Posters will be sent out to local schools and businesses this week but a personal touch is always better. Please do keep sharing social media about the day to your friends, family, and colleagues.

Business Cards

A few people have mentioned this to me. If you’re in a job where you find yourself chatting to customers or clients about the club and would like a handful of business cards to remind potential members of our email addresses and website, please get in touch with me. Our new Tudor business cards are being delivered in the next week or so and it would be helpful to know what volume of stock I need to keep.

See you on the water.

Jane Dare
Rear Commodore
rearcommodore

For Sale

There are currently a number of cruisers for sale at the club, all priced competitively. If you are interested, let the bosun Simon Rumer or me know, or take a look in the compound.

Nordic Mist
Perryman Design – Puck Class Marine Ply grp covered bottom
Length 26ft 6″
Draft 3ft
Volvo 18hp diesel

Eryngium
Snapdragon 747
Bilge Keel
Length 24’6
Draft .76m

Halo
Dehler 25
Lifting Keel

Wild Fox
Copeland foxhound 24
Bilge Keel
Draft 1m

Emma
Seamaster 815
Bilge Keel
Length 26’9
Draft 2’11”

Tish
Nelson 30
Length 9’5”
Draft 2’6”

Lykke
Jaguar 22
Lifting Keel

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
commodore

Ebb & Flow

After a little more ‘fun’ with my internet yesterday than is ideal I am just going to send this week’s Tidal Diamond on its way without further delay.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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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Family & Friends Friday – May 3rd

Please join us for an evening of Sea Shanties with Jim Splice and the Mainbrace. The bar will be open from 6.30pm and the shanties, hornpipes, jigs, and reels from 7pm. Feel free to bring your supper or a takeaway and make an evening of it with your friends, family, and fellow pirates.

Our Club, Our Success

We are delighted to see a packed ‘on the water’ calendar for our 75th year. The club wants to support as many on the water events as we can with food afterwards. However it simply can’t happen without more galley support. We need people who like to cook, or BBQ, put together ploughman’s, co-ordinate ‘bring a board’, bake, serve, wash up etc. In short, on the water events will need more co-ordinators and contributors if you’d like food provided after your events.

Our club, our success …

Please contact me asap to let me know how you can contribute.

Thank you

Inga Lambert
Social Secretary
socialsec

Kayak News

Basingstoke Canal trip

We are hoping to put on a kayak trip to Basingstoke Canal and currently canvassing opinion on the 18 or 19th May dates.

There’s a poll on the WOW and Paddlers WhatsApp groups but you can also e-mail terrijohnson@btinternet.com to express a preference on dates and confirm if you are able to transport your kayak and/or help others.

Monday paddle in company

Weather permitting 😎 the Monday paddle in company sessions have begun again so we hope as many of you can join us as possible for some informal and fun times on the water. Keep an eye on the paddle/wow WhatsApp groups for weather updates but generally we aim to launch by 6pm.

Terri Johnson
Kayak Captain
kayaks

Ebb & Flow

Andrew Simpson Centres have spaces available in May on the following courses:

  • PB Ins. 5th – 8th May
  • RYA 1 25th & 26th May

Tudor member discount applies. To book either vist ASC next door to Tudor or visit https://andrewsimpsoncentres.org/our-centres/portsmouth/ – see also the attached poster.

There was a recent Practial Boat Owner article published on their website about checking your shore power cable and the dangers it can present. Not only an interesting read for cruiser owners, but also relevant to extension cables used in the compound. You can read it at: https://www.pbo.co.uk/news/warning-to-check-the-shore-power-cable-every-time-you-plug-it-into-your-boat-86163

To round off I’m going to do both a plug and a callout for the social committee. On Wednesday last week they provided a fantastic spread for the PLSA AGM that was hosted at Tudor. So first, a big thank you to Inga et al. for representing the club so well and providing the food and bar cover. Secondly, and I had a great chat with Inga about this, as per the Social New section above, we need volunteers to help fun club events. It covers your club duty as well as being enjoyable and, for newer members, a great way to get to know the club and other members. Volunteers are the life blood of Tudor, and what make it such a great club to be a member of.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
tidal_diamonds

Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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
Tudor Sailing Club

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Tidal Diamond 941

  • Social Update
  • Spring Clean and Compound Reorganisation
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Update

Easter Egg Hunt – Sunday 7th April 

Come and join us for fun and games. Adults and children welcome. Friends and family welcome. Please book on web collect per person if you would like a chocolate egg and hot cross bun. It’s the inaugural outing for the Tudor shark and quite possibly the last depending on how well her fins operate on dry land, 😁 so don’t miss it!

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/easter-egg-hunt

Bacon and Sausage Baps – Saturday 6th April

If you’re planning to be at the club on Saturday, rowing, sailing, spring cleaning [note: spring clean has been postponed – ed] or watching the world go by why not have lunch with us. Order a bacon or sausage bap here.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/the-wombles-cup-1

Inga Lambert
Social Secretary
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Spring Clean and Compound Reorganisation

Due to the poor weather forecast this weekend, we’re put back the compound reorganisation and Spring Clean two weeks to Saturday 20th April. We’ll provide more details next week.

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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Ebb & Flow

A useful attachment from National Coastwatch who run regular broadcasts of weather observations for sailors and boaters. In an effort to publicise this more widely they have produced the attached PDF of what time each station broadcasts and the VHF channel. Handy to have in your navigation pack.

For those travelling further afield, the RYA have some information on being safe with orca encounters, primarily for The Bay of Biscay, Iberian Peninsula and Strait of Gibraltar. More details at: https://www.rya.org.uk/news/orcas-march24.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
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Diary Dates

On the water (Calendar)
April 4th 1800hrsWomen on the WaterKayak
April 6th 1200hrsWomble CupRowing
April 7th 1030hrsSpring 2 / Coffee PotDinghy
April 11th 1800hrsWomen on the WaterKayak
April 13th 1500hrsSaturday Series 3 & 4Dinghy
April 17th 1800hrsCadets on the WaterRowing
April 18th 1800hrsWomen on the WaterKayak
Shore side (Calendar)
April 12th 1900hrsProspective Members Meeting
April 19thFriendly Friday Race – All Welcome
April 20th 0900hrsAll Day VHF Training with Brian Kinsley
Club Activities
Dinghy sailingRacing and sailing in company (WhatsApp group); contact dinghies@tudorsailing.org.uk for more details.
Cruiser sailingPlanning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers@tudorsailing.org.uk for more details.
Cruiser racing(WhatsApp group); contact cruisers@tudorsailing.org.uk for more details.
RowingNew and experienced rowers are always welcome to join us;
contact rowing@tudorsailing.org.uk for more details. Gigs are also available for hire here.
Women on the WaterWeekly; contact wow@tudorsailing.org.uk for more details.
Maintenance HoursOpportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance@tudorsailing.org.uk.
New(ish) MembersAsk questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore@tudorsailing.org.uk.

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  • Spring Clean
  • New Roles
  • Wombles Cup
  • Friendly Friday
  • RYA Powerboat Level 2 Course
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Spring Clean

Many thanks to everybody who took part in the Spring Clean on Saturday. We made a real difference to the look of the club, not least filling a skip to overflowing with accumulated junk. It was excellent to coincide this with the Wombles Cup, which half-filled the skip with rubbish from the harbour before we’d even started!

There are a few jobs left that didn’t get finished – let Jane or me know if you can help with these.

  • Dust the upper parts of the clubhouse using stepladders and hoover up fallen debris – will need 2 people in order to work safely
  • Jet-wash canopy and other painted areas in the patio area; clean out gutters etc.
  • Deep clean gents changing rooms – floor jet-washer available.

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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New Roles

I’m very pleased to welcome Katrina Hedger-Noyce as our new membership secretary, and Terri Johnson as our Kayak Captain.

Katrina joined the club late last year and is already looking forward to enjoying the summer on her cruiser. As a newish member she brings fresh ideas and enthusiasm to the role of welcoming new members and making their orientation as easy as possible.

Terri is very keen to encourage people onto the water, paddling in company – you may have seen her posting on WhatsApp already for evening paddling. Please do contact her if you want to get involved in Kayaking at Tudor.

I want to say a huge thank you to Steve Woodbridge who has been our membership secretary for over three years. Many of you will know him as the first person you spoke to when joining the club. He has implemented strong process within the role and been the knowledgeable and welcoming face of Tudor. Steve will be continuing his role on the rowing sub-committee.

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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Wombles Cup

Saturday saw the running of the rowing section’s ‘The Wombles’ Cup, our once a year litter picking event via water!
16 volunteers in 4 gigs headed out for 3 hours to scour foreshores around the harbour at high tide to help with access. There was some good news, a few of the areas checked had very little rubbish but there was a lot picked up from others!

Some of the stranger items recovered included a shopping trolley, a car stereo and some artificial lawn!
Winners of The Wombles Cup were team Freedom given the sheer quantity they picked up! well done to them
We’re now starting to build a picture up of where we need to concentrate on next year and will be looking out for rubbish as normal on our rowing trips out

Steve Woodbridge
Rowing Sub-Committee
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Friendly Friday

Record turnout for the First Friendly Rowing Evening of The Season

Thank you to all those involved with the organisation of last Fridays Friendly Rowing evening and to all those who took part. Thanks to their efforts the Tudor Friendly Rowing Race Nights are now a high point in the local rowing calendar with rowers from 8 local clubs attending last Friday’s event.

This month saw a record turnout with 56 rowers and coxes taking part with many more coming along to enjoy the fun, drink beer, and devour the excellent food from the galley.

At the end of the evening the trophies were presented by Paul Rivington with congratulations going to the winning crew of Rory Goodenough and Nikki Rivington from TSC, and Stuart from Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club. Inga Lambert and Kirsty Stark were awarded the VIPER trophy, in recognition of the great work that they did in organising the offering from the galley. However, the top prize of the wooden spoon (beautifully crafted by Yvonne Adams) was awarded to the crew that recorded the slowest time, this was Kean from Hamble River Rowing, Dave from Langstone Cutters Rowing Club, and Maggie Hodge from TSC, who together with a number of other boats managed to get themselves stuck on a mudbank at the edge of Broom Channel during the 2nd race.

The Friendly Friday rowing races are usually held on the last Friday of every month (the next one being on Friday 31st May) between April and the end of August and all Tudor members are invited to come along and join the fun, either as a rower or spectator.

If you are not already in the rowing group but would like to take part next month then please email me at rowing@tudorsailing.org.uk and I will add you to the list of rowers, or arrange an intro row, if you would prefer a try-out first. If you want to spectate then please feel free to just turn up, although if you want to eat then please make sure you pre-book this on WebCollect.

Rowing is fun at Tudor!

John Elson
Rowing Captain
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RYA Powerboat Level 2 Course

This weekend, we are running an RYA Powerboat Level 2 course and we still have available spaces that we would love to offer you for 20% off.

This is a 2 day course where you will learn how drive a powerboat safely by learning skills such as close quarters handling, high speed manoeuvres, man overboard recovery and collision regulations all guided by our experienced powerboat instructors. This is also a pre-requisite qualification for the RYA Dingy Instructor course.

More information on this course can be found here: https://andrewsimpsoncentres.org/courses/rya-powerboat-level-2/a1u4J000001l8W1QAI.

Course info:

Date: 27–28 April 2024

Time: 9:30 – 16:30 each day including a lunch break

Price: £264 (original price £330)

If you wish to book onto this course, can do so by using the link above and using the code TUDOURPOWERBOAT during booking. Alternatively, you can call us on 03001240449 or contact Jane Dare who will message me.

Ross Dixon
Andrew Simpson Centre

Ebb & Flow

As posted on Facebook earlier, and for those that don’t use it:

The RSPB have closed the Long Island landing area due to protected ground nesting birds currently on the shingle there. These birds are very vulnerable to disturbance whilst breeding. Nests are being monitored by camera🚫🐦

Thank you for your understanding and help ensuring the future of wildlife in this beautiful area.

From Chichester Harbour Conservancy:

Mariners are advised that an oil spill exercise simulating an offshore oil spill entering the harbour is being conducted by Oil Spill Response Limited commencing 10:00 Tuesday 23rd April and finishing 16:00 Friday 26th April.

More details at: https://www.conservancy.co.uk/notices/lntm-no-06-of-2024/.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

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  • Spring Cleaning 20th April
  • Friendly Friday
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  • Bucket Chair & Freezers for Sale
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Spring Cleaning 20th April

Thank you to everyone that has signed up so far for Spring Cleaning. Many hands make light work, so if you want to work away two duty hours this weekend please sign up on the link below. There’s spaces left that ideally need to be filled to get the club in top shape for the year.

If you’re working in the compound, please bring gardening gloves, a garden rubbish sack, and some secateurs.

If you’re working in the clubhouse, changing rooms, or race box please bring rubber gloves if required.

Jane, Paul, Martino and I will be there to meet you at 1pm.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/spring-cleaning-from-1pm

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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Friendly Friday

This Friday we have the first friendly Friday rowing race evening of the year. Everyone is welcome even if it’s just to spectate, have a drink or enjoy some supper after the racing. If you do want to eat please pre-book. It’s Lasagne this month, thank you to all our cooks. Patience is always appreciated as many of our members helping are also participating in the racing. Teamwork and self – help in action.

Web collect link is below 👇

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

Inga Lambertn
Social Secretary
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The Womble Cup & Spring Cleaning

If you’d like to refuel after The Womble Cup or Prefuel before Spring Cleaning you can preorder a sausage or bacon bap here.

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https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/the-wombles-cup-1

Inga Lambertn
Social Secretary
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Bucket Chair & Freezers for Sale

You will have seen on WhatsApp and the members lounge that we’ve got chairs and two freezers we no longer need. We’re offering these to members first. The chairs are £20 each and the freezers £50 each. All in good working order. If you’re interested please contact me for the chairs and Maggie Hodge about the freezers. Deadline please of 23rd April after which we’ll offer outside of the club.

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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Ebb & Flow

I’m going to quickly put my RYA hat on this week and promote the fact that RYA members can get a free ticket to the Southampton Boat Show, as well as two discounted tickets. The boat show is 13th to 22nd September this year, and you can find out more details at: https://www.rya.org.uk/events/southampton-boat-show. You should have seen an email direct from the RYA, but for non-members there is time to sign up and get the offer if it is of interest (and, of course if membership of the RYA is of interest). You can find out more about the benefits of joining at: https://www.rya.org.uk/membership. The free ticket offer must be redeemed by 7th May. For reference RYA membership is £55 and the boat show ticket is £29.99.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

Dinghy, Sailing, Cruiser

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  • Social Update
  • Compound Reorganisation and Spring Cleaning
  • Compound Reorganisation
  • For Sale
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Social Update

Fish & Chip Friday with some Sea Shanty fun

Friday 12th April

Join us on Friday 12th April for Fish & Chips from local chippy Ocean Swell and live music from Force 10 Shanty Crew! Force 10 Shanty Crew are a small group of Hayling Islanders specialising in sea shanties and songs of the sea!

Please pre-order Fish & Chips on Web Collect by 5pm on Wednesday 10th April:

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/fish-chip-friday-1

Food will be picked up at 7.30pm on the Friday. The bar will be open too!

Feel free to order your own takeaway or bring your own food. Bring some cards/ games or just enjoy a drink!

Any questions please just ask. We look forward to seeing you there.

Inga Lambert
Social Secretary
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Compound Reorganisation and Spring Cleaning

Saturday 20th April from 1pm

Thank you to everyone that has put their name down so far to help. There’s still plenty to do so take a look at the list below and if you can help, please sign up on the web collect link underneath.

Each task will be 2 club duty hours.

Please only select a task that you are physically able to do. Some tasks will require more mobility and strength than others.

  • Lounge deep clean – including pulling all furniture out etc – 2 more people needed.
  • Changing Room / Toilets Deep Clean – including jet wash floors, clean in all nooks and crannies – 2 people in each changing room needed
  • All club boats – check over, clean – 4 people needed.
  • Compound – remove all junk, clear any weeds/brambles etc. – 4 more people needed. Please bring gardening gloves. Rubbish sack, and secateurs.
  • Racebox – clear out cupboards, remove any junk/old documents, clean – 2 people needed.
  • Hull on foreshore – cut up – 2 people needed.
  • Outside clubhouse – clean all windows/surrounds/veranda/barbeque. Move benches onto shingle. 2 people needed.

https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/spring-cleaning-from-1pm

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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Compound Reorganisation

Due to issues with the forecasted weather and in order to keep it aligned with the rest of the Spring Cleaning,The compound reorganisation has been postponed to the next Saturday 20th April, 2pm.

We’ll be:

  • Moving the dinghies around into their summer positions.
  • Tidying up the compound – weeding, clearing brambles, sweeping leaves, gathering rubbish.

Feel free to “book” your place using WebCollect https://webcollect.org.uk/tudorsc/event/spring-cleaning-from-1pm

If you have a Dinghy in the compound please make sure that:

  • all the trolley tyres are pumped up,
  • the new stickers are on and visible,
  • the boat is empty of water,
  • the road trailer is unlocked and working

Many thanks,

Martino Pani
Compound Bosun
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For Sale

There are 2 under counter freezers for sale which are currently located in the bar and are no longer required. £50 each. If you are interested please contact me on barmanager

Thank you

Maggie Hodge
Bar Manager
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Ebb & Flow

First item this week is a link to a podcast episode with the crew of the GB Row challenge that includes our Bar Manager. An interesting listen that can be found at: https://www.port.ac.uk/news-events-and-blogs/podcasts/sport-saving-our-seas.

Next, some member may find the Rooster Warehouse Clearance of interest. It is on Friday 3rd May and Friday 10th May. Details in the attached image and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/100064439149420/posts/820849276739703/.

Finally, an artticle from the RYA on Common Yacht and Motorboat Claims. Not massively informative to be honest, but seemed relevant given the weather we’re having at the moment: https://www.rya.org.uk/blog/common-boat-insurance-claims-and-how-to-prevent-them.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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.

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Paul Tansom

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  • Commodore’s Update
  • Social Update
  • Ebb & Flow
  • Useful Links
  • Diary Dates

Commodore’s Update

First of all, a huge thank you to everyone that contributed to the Cruiser launch on Saturday. I’m delighted to report it went without a hitch. There are so many people who contribute and your hard work, in whatever capacity, whether large or small is appreciated. Thank you to each of you.

There are a few Cruisers still to launch over the next few weeks, so please be vigilant of boat and tractor movements when in the compounds and using the slipway.

Can cruiser owners also ensure they remove their blocks from the compound before the spring clean on Saturday April 6th. On that note it would be wise for all boat owners to remove any possessions lying near or around their boats to avoid anything important being thrown away during the spring clean.

You’ll have seen lost property mentioned on the WhatsApp groups. There’s plenty of it still unclaimed. Please do check the lost property pile before Saturday 6th April as anything left will be disposed of.

Colin Thorpe
Commodore
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Sunday 7th April – Easter Egg hunt

Bring your little sailors, rowers and paddlers on Sunday for some Easter Sunday fun. We’ll be kicking off an Egg Hunt at 11am followed by some party games and prizes. 90 minutes of fun for £4 which includes a chocolate egg, hot cross bun and squash. Bring your children, grandchildren, and friends and family welcome with their children.

It’s a shore side event nobody gets wet (unless it rains) but look out for the naughty shark that’s come ashore to steal the eggs from the Easter Bunny.

Please book all children on WebCollect so no one is left disappointed. And please note adults must stay and supervise children during this event.

Happy Hunting 🦈🦈

Saturday 6th April – The Wombles Cup

Don’t forget to pop down to the club on Saturday even if you’re not out on the water.

Once the rubbish collection has finished, the spring clean will be starting and we’ll have plenty of tea/coffee, and Sausage / Bacon baps on sale to keep you going.

Inga Lambert
Social Secretary
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Spring Clean

As well as The Wombles Cup on April 6th, the club is also having a Spring Clean to round off a satisfying day of being tidy. If you’re looking to complete some duty hours get in touch on WhatsApp or via email as there’s plenty of jobs to choose from 👇

Inga on socialsec@tudorsailing.org.uk
Alex on sailingsec@tudorsailing.org.uk
Graham on maintenance
Martino on compound

Osborne Bay Voluntary No Anchor Zone

A recent LNtM from KHM that gives details of a Voluntary No Anchor Zone in Osborne Bay, Isle of Wight can be found at: https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/khm/portsmouth/local-notices/lntm/2024/2443-voluntary-no-anchor-zone-osborne-bay-iow.

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 always most welcome.

Let’s be careful out there.

Paul Tansom
Tidal Diamond Editor
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Useful Links

  • WebCollect: dinghies for more details.
Cruiser sailing Planning and info (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers for more details.
Cruiser racing (WhatsApp group); contact cruisers 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 Opportunities to do your club maintenance; to join the WhatsApp group contact maintenance.
New(ish) Members Ask questions and find out about the club;to join the WhatsApp group contact rearcommodore.

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

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