SPRING PROGRAMME 1999
|Wednesday 6th January||
THE UPS AND DOWNS OF OCEAN RACING.
John Chittenden describes the ups & downs of racing both ways around the world.
|Wednesday 13th January||
FERRY TO THE FALKLANDS.
Master Mariner, Capt Chris Clark, recounts events in 1982 when his •cross channel ferry was requisitioned to help recapture the Falklands.
|Wednesday 20th January.||
THE WHITBREAD ON BRUNEL SYNERGIE
Stuart Quarrie on racing in the Whitbread on a low budget - only $4.5m.
|Wednesday 27th January||
HISTORY BENEATH THE SEA.
The maritime archaeology of the Solent area by Brian Sparks and Gary Momber of the Hants and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology.
|Wednesday 3rd February||
FIRST AID AT SEA.
Dr. Robert Hadley advises on the First Aid Kit and how to use it plus dealing with head injuries.
|Saturday 6th February||
R.Y.A. FIRST AID PART II.
The remainder of the course for the R.Y.A. First Aid certificate which includes dealing with emergencies.
|Wednesday 10th February||
A TRIBUTE TO BRITANNIA.
John Godfrey describes Britannia's last voyage to Portsmouth and her decommissioning.
|Wednesday 17th February||
AROUND THE WORLD THE WRONG WAY.
Glyn Hughes, Association member, relates his experiences on the B.T. Challenge.
|Wednesday 24th February||
OWL TO IRELAND.
Peter Bruce on cruising to Southern Ireland and a visit to anchorages known and less well known.
|Saturday 27th February||
COOKERY FOR SAILORS.
A practical course on preparing one-pot meals.
|Wednesday 3rd March||
THE RIGHT BOAT FOR THE RIGHT JOB.
James Jermain, of Yachting Monthly, discusses the alternatives.
|Saturday 6th March||
A practical course on servicing small outboards.
|Wednesday 10th March||
ALONE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC - AGAIN!
Following her recent success in the Route du Rhum, Ellen MacArthur returns to recount her latest adventures.
|Wednesday 17th March||
|Saturday 20th March||
ANNUAL DINNER AND PRIZE GIVING.