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Sailing in Solent

 ASTO Small Ships Race -
 Cowes - Friday
 3rd to 5th October 2008

 Event details

Overseas Events


Participants from Worldwide

 Worldwide Dive & Sail
 announces a sailing voyage
 from Dumaguete to Cebu in
 Southern Visayason for a
 group of deaf people & hard
 of hearing to take part in
 Scuba diving board SY
 Philippine Siren 16 to 28
 August 2010

 See more about scuba diving

Sponsors


Participants from Dering Employment Services

 Dering Employment Services
 announces its sponsorship
 for a group of eight people
 to take part in London Sailing
 Project's first voyage
 on 5 - 9 May 2008


 See more about Dering

  News Release 2010
Updated: 28-Feb-2007  

RYA Training Course at Sussex Yacht Club - October 2010

The Club announces their second RYA Level 1 dinghy course for the training weekend of 15th - 17th October 2010 and possibly Level 2 on 14th November 2010

Please contact Simon Terry on zenium07@talktalk.net for all enquires or click here
to read the full details on the course. The entry is open to those from the age of 18 upwards and who wish to attain the necessary skills to sail in light conditions.

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Sussex Yacht Club - Cowes Week 2010

The deaf crew will be competing for the fifth year in the whole Sonar series race class in Cowes Week from Saturday 31st July to Saturday 7th August. They are retaining their home base at Island Sailing Club this year, where they access their Sonar at a swinging mooring from the club's pontoon via the launch service.

Everybody are very welcome to come as speculators during the regatta, please contact Andrew on andrew.taylor@dusk.org.uk

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Queen Mary Sailing Club - Laser Sailing - Season 2010

This Laser Strados session event will start at 10am and finish around 4pm on a Saturday or Sunday from April to October 2010. It is planned to hire up to three Laser Stratos or Bahia from Queen Mary Sailing Club for up to six hours if demanded to meet an expanding crew.

Please contact Andrew on andrew.taylor@dsuk.org.uk for all booking enquires
The entry is open to everybody from the age of 14 upwards, and friends are welcome at the clubhouse to enjoy some refreshment from the club catering and watch them on the water ..

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RYA Training Course at Sussex Yacht Club - April 2010

The Club announces their first RYA Level 1/2 dinghy course for the training weekend of 24th - 25th April 2010

Please contact Simon Terry, a qualified RYA dinghy instructor, on zenium07@talktalk.net for all enquires or click here
to read the full details on the course. The entry is open to those from the age of 18 upwards and who wish to attain the necessary skills to sail in light conditions.

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Deaf Sailing UK Exhibition at City Lit, London - 10th April 2010

The Club announces it will be hosting its exhibition for the first time at Open Deaf Day event, which is biggest deaf exhibition in the country on Saturday 10th April 2010

Please visit our stall at Room 309 at City Lit, Keeley Street, London WC2B 4BA, which is within the vicinity of the Covent Garden area of central London. The entry is open to everybody.

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2010 RYA Volvo Dinghy Show - March 2010

RYA organises the 2010 Dinghy Show at London's Alexandra Palace during Saturday 6th - Sunday 7th March 2010. It gives you a very wide insight of how some sailing organisations have made their facilities or clubhouse more accessible to you. So don't miss an opportunity to meet some exhibitors as well as DSUK members there to find out for yourself.

Please contact Press Officer on info@dsuk.org.uk for all enquires or visit www.dinghysailingshow.org.uk to find out how to order a discounted ticket online.

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DSUK Fundraising Event at Sussex Yacht Club - November 2009

Deaf Sailing UK announces a fundraising dinner event for the competitive price of £25 for a three course meal at Sussex Yacht Club on 28th November 2009 to raise funds for the future DSUK team entry for regional and national sailing events. It will include for the first time a professional belly dancing performance, and the Round British Isles presentation by Matthew Jackson, who was one of first double handed deaf yachtmasters to sail round the British Isles in 1981.

This follows our successful race in Cowes Week for the fourth consecutive year. It is hoped that a new generation of sailors will be produced in 2009/2010.

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 News Releases

Mike Aston, DSUK Press Officer, is responsible for promoting the Club’s activities to the wider community, and issues a number of News Releases throughout the year.

If you see any articles on deaf sailor(s) in your local or national paper, or yachting press, then please keep a copy for the coordinator who maintain a club record of all news cuttings.

  News Release 2010