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A busy year ahead for Tenby Sailing Club

by Daniel Jackson 20 Jan 13:39 GMT
Redwings at Tenby © TSC

A busy year ahead is planned for the volunteers at sunny Tenby in west Wales.

The club dinghy racing season kicks off in earnest on the first weekend in April with handicap racing for all dinghies including class racing for the popular Osprey fleet.

The club's very popular junior sail training program also restarts on April 6th after a two year break for the pandemic.

Dates for your diary:

  • Tenby Regatta and annual Round Caldey Island race June 25/26th
  • Firefly National Championships August 7th to 12th
  • Enterprise and Redwing National Championship August 21st - 26th

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