AUTUMN PROGRAMME 1990
|Wednesday 3rd October||
THE YACHTING MONTHLY CONCEPT YACHT -A REVIEWGeoff Pack, Assistant Editor describes the design of this offshore cruising yacht and brings us up to date.
|Wednesday 10th October||
WHERE ON EARTH ARE WE?Greenham Marine will review modern electronic navigation aids and future trends.
|Wednesday 17th October||
SAILING WITH THE CIRDAN TRUSTA speaker from the Trust will describe the history, operation, and work of the Trust, and their sailing vessel - including a Baltic Trader and Thames Barge.
|Wednesday 24th October||
RIGHT TO THE BITTER END
Association Members, Clive and Sally Roberts will give an illustrated talk on their cruising holiday in the British Virgin Islands.
Come early and support the R.N.L.I. Christmas Stall
|Wednesday 31st October||
PALMERSTONS FOLLY - A HISTORY OF THE SOLENT FORTSNicholas Hall, Curator of Artillery at Fort Nelson will talk about the construction and armament of the Victorian Forts defending Portsmouth and its Royal Dockyard.
|Wednesday 7th November||
WITH INTEGRITYAndy Coghill, Skipper takes us Round the World in the Whitbread.
|Wednesday 14th November||
DUNKIRK LITTLE SHIPSAssociation archivist John Knight will illustrate the history and exploits of the Little Ships.
|Wednesday 21st November||
THE ART OF CORSE SAILINGAlmost a circumnavigation of Corsica with a visit to the Northern tip of Sardinia recounted by Association members Doreen Annan and Fred Hughes.
|Wednesday 28th November||
TRINITY HOUSEA brief history and a look into the future of aids to navigation by Captain Malcolm Edge, Deputy Master and Association Member.
|Wednesday 5th December||
CAST OFF FOR CHRISTMASNautical Fun Games and Songs - Mulled Wine and Mince Pies.
|Saturday 17th or 24 November||
SATURDAY SPECIALWeather - Bill Giles