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CELEBRATING 59 YEARS in 2017

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Latest News from Newburgh Sailing Club.

   Come and Try event

In common with sailing clubs across Scotland, NSC will be holding a Come and Try sailing event on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th May at 6.30pm. This is part of the RYA Push The Boat Out campaign to give people a taster of sailing and what a great hobby it is. There will be opportunities to get out in a boat and also to meet club members and learn more. All are welcome and there is no charge.

For more information click here


Vets and Cadets Races

This year we are introducing the vets and cadets series. The idea is to try and pass on some sailing knowledge (I am not sure which way though!). Any cadets who wish to be involved should contact our Cadet rep Bobby Marshall for further info.



2017 PY numbers

The latest PY numbers are out and are now on the fixture page here. There have been changes to the Solo +3 (1143), Laser +2 (1097), GP14 +2 (1133), Streaker -5 (1132) sorry Drew! Check out the list and if you are the RO make sure to use the new numbers in calculating final race positions.









Happening this month.


May 2017


Dinghy Training

Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th May see our first Dinghy Training session of the year. For more details see Training below.


Racing

May sees the continuation of the Spring, FT and Saturday series along with the start of the Evening series which must mean that Summer is just around the corner. The end of the month sees the fiercely competitive club island race on Sunday 28th May. Hope to see you on the water.









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Welcome to the Newburgh Sailing Club website


Newburgh Sailing Club is situated in northern Fife on the south shores of the river Tay, along the A913 between Perth to the West and Newport-on-Tay to the east. The Club enjoys stunning views up and down the river and across the valley over Mugdrum Island in the centre of the river, which happens to be one of the largest reed beds in Europe, and, home to much wildlife.

Sailing in the Brackish waters at Newburgh can prove to be both exhilarating and challenging, both from difficult wind sheer created by the trees and rolling hillsides behind the club, and wind blowing down the valley, not to mention a fairly misleading tidal current. All adding to the attraction of sailing in these beautiful surroundings.

We offer sailing opportunities for all ages and backgrounds. Within the website you will find information on our training courses, regular racing and other activities. If you want to get more information then look through our site or go to our contacts page for a list of email addresses and other details for more information.

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Training Activities

Newburgh Sailing Club is an RYA registered sail training centre. Our Lead Instructor John Cameron runs a number of course over the year for Adults and Children. Click on the link to email John for more details..


Training Courses 2017:

Dinghy Sailing Course
Saturday/ Sunday 5/6
th  May.

An opportunity to learn to sail under the watchful guidance of our RYA accredited trainer, John Cameron. Training will be to RYA level 1 and if possible beyond. Cost is £40 for the weekend.

Names to J Cameron, jcameron1952@hotmail.com

Check back here for information on the current training activities.