PROGRAMME - AUTUMN 2005
|Wed 5th Oct||
Windfarms, the ICC and Electronic NavigationSimon Jinks, exYachting Monthly Sailing Expert and now RYA Chief Cruising Instructor, gives an update on RYA projects from ICC to Windfarms and talks about Electronic Navigation and Passage Making.
|Wed 12th Oct||
East Coast Sailing - Southwold to Southend
Charles Stock shares his views of the Essex and Suffolk waters which he has
sailed for over 40 years in Shoal Waters - his gaff cutter, with no engine or electronics.
|Wed 19th Oct||
ATour of Ireland and the Creation of a Digital LogGraham Rabbits, winner of several trophies for his Logs, explains how to create them make them interesting and shares the Log of his cruise around Ireland.
|Tues 25th Oct||
Trip to Greenwich Maritime Museum
|Wed 26th Oct||
Cast Off for Trafalgar SupperAn evening to commemorateThe Immortal Memory of Nelson, the Battle of Trafalgar, including supper, followed by an interesting evening and a competition.
|Wed 2nd Nov||
A Nice Cup of Tea .John Fisher takes a light-hearted look at the history of the tea trade, the clippers that carried it and in particular the Cutty Sark. His great grandfather was a tea merchant in China and John is a guide on the Cutty Sark at Greenwich.
|Wed 9th Nov||
The Exploits of Stokey Woodall and the Atlantic IslandsStokey will talk about some of his thousands of miles of Ocean Sailing, delivering and teaching and give an insight into cruising the Azores and the Atlantic Islands.
|Wed 16th Nov||
The Joy of Choosing and Buying a Boat
Club members will talk about what and how they decided what to buy -a new build or previously owned via a broker or through an advertisement nrimnort
Saturday Special. - Survival at SeaGraham Gardner
|Wed 23rd Nov||
Beating Wrinkles - Not just a Salty Sea Dog Tale.Stephanie Sutton explains her love of sailing and the sea - from the time when she started sailing during camping holidays in the New Forest and her progress from deck hand to Master Mariner and her return to the New Forest.
|Wed 30th Nov||
The RiverThames SocietyColin Reynolds will talk about the work of the Society in managing the challenges that face many aspects of one of the world's greatest rivers covering in particular the loss of waterside boatyards, access to and navigation of the river.
Cast Off for ChristmasMulled Wine - good company - short stories - judging of our summer photographs.
Start of Spring Programme