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Membership Update

With memberships due for renewal before the end of March, we have had 62 renewals so far. If you haven’t renew yet, then you have two weeks left! If you are interested in joining the club then membership fees are

Half Year Membership

Have you been on or windsurfing holiday and are looking for a club back home to continue in the sport? Or has the Olympics inspired you to get back into Windsurfing? We are now offering reduced membership fees for a


Membership renewals have now all been sent out. We’re already into double figures on renewals!! And as a little teaser, here is the 2016 car sticker.

TWC enters the Twittersphere

twitter verb 1 (of a bird) give a call consisting of repeated light tremulous sounds: sparrows twittered under the eaves (as noun twittering)the swallows were settling to roost with a good deal of twittering talk in a light, high-pitched voice:old

National Watersports Festival 2013

National Watersports Festival 2013 The National Watersports Festival (NWF) took place at the end of August. Formerly an exclusively Windsurf Festival, this year saw the inclusion of Kayaking, Stand-up Paddleboarding and Kitesurfing to the festival. The event has for the

Weymouth Trip Report

With the club looking into organising another trip to Weymouth later in the year, I thought it was about time to finish off the report for the April trip! With the weather starting to warm up a bit, the club

Windsurf For Cancer Research

Saturday is the National Windsurf For Cancer Research event. Club member Chris Raftry is organising a barbeque down at the lake and hopes as many club memebers come down and join in. So here is a message from Chris: Just

Weymouth Update

On Saturday the wind picked up and turned south to south-westerly. This meant for small sails and short runs. Due to the short runs, there were no long runs but there were some high maximum speeds with Dave Maul being

Weymouth Speed Ladder

With the wind picking up on Friday the speed competition was on. The GPS units calculate a range of different speeds averaged over different times or distances. One of the readings is the average speed over a 2 second window

Weymouth Trip Underway

As has become traditional (well this is the second year and traditions have to start somewhere!), the club has headed done to the National Sailing Academy in Weymouth for some sea air and some blasting. About 20 club members will