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AUTUMN PROGRAMME 1989

Wednesday 4th October

CLASSIC SAILING PASSAGES

South Coast of England to Brittany with Kitty Hampton giving useful tips includ­ing passage planning.
Wednesday 11th October

MARINE POLLUTION MATTERS — ABOVE AND BELOW THE WAVES

Sally Rodgers, underwater photographer and conservationist, assesses the impact of human activitiy on marine life.
Wednesday 18th October

ESCAPING — ALL AT SEA AND ADRIFT

All at sea and adrift — Wing Commander Tony Jillings recounts with slides Sunderland Operations in the Mediterranean, being shot down in 1940 off the Coast of North Africa and his own escape.
Wednesday 25th October

VIA PANAMA CANAL TO THE GALAPAGOS

Association Members Angela and Hugh Farrant recall their sailing adventures from Venezuela to Galapagos including transitting the Panama Canal. (Come early and support the R.N.L.I. Christmas Stall)
Wednesday 1st November

THE ONE DESIGN STORY

Yacht Designer David Thomas describes the making of the one design classes from the Sonata to the Sigma.
Wednesday 8th November

CANOES AND CRUISERS

Stephen Riley of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich returns to illustrate the early steps in the development of the small cruising yacht.
Wednesday 15th November.

THE DORSET COASTLINE

Commander Peter Bruce takes us out of the Solent on an aerial trip along the Dorset coast to preview his new book"Inshore along the Dorset Coastline"
Wednesday 22nd November

MANAGING THE RIVER HAMBLE

The Hamble Harbour Master Capt. C. J. Nichol! O.B.E. will illustrate the many facets of organising this busy sailing river.
Wednesday 29th November

EXTENDED CRUISING

Canon Aishe, a long experienced yachtsman and winner of a number of cruising awards tells us of his extended summer cruises to the less well visited European cruising grounds.
Wednesday 6th December

CAST OFF FOR CHRISTMAS

New Nautical Teasers and songs with Tom Round.