Please select your home edition
Edition
Rooster 2020 - Impact BA - LEADERBOARD

A busy year ahead for Tenby Sailing Club

by Daniel Jackson 20 Jan 2022 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

Related Articles

Enterprise Nationals at Tenby overall
Celebrations began early for Darren and Hayley Roach Celebrations began early at the Allen Enterprise Nationals at the end of Thursday as with one race remaining, Darren and Hayley Roach of Looe SC were announced as the clear winners with just 11 points over the eight races sailed. Posted on 27 Aug 2022
Enterprise Nationals at Tenby day 4
Perhaps the first ever gate start where the Pathfinder was on starboard The D flag was raised early on Thursday allowing the fleet to get launched in good time to complete the long Journey out the start line. Nigel Denchfield and his combined safety team wanted to get us well clear of the land. Posted on 26 Aug 2022
Enterprise Nationals at Tenby day 3
Darren and Hayley Roach go into the lay day in a strong position Day 3 of the Allen Enterprise National Championship gave us a stable south westerly between 7 to 12 knots in cloudy conditions, with the occasional shift to keep the competitors thinking. Posted on 25 Aug 2022
Enterprise Nationals at Tenby day 2
A fresher start to the day, followed by a tricky fourth race Day 2, sponsored by Pinnell and Bax, brought another south-westerly wind, this time a little fresher for race 1 of the day with gusts getting up to 14kts. Posted on 22 Aug 2022
Enterprise Nationals at Tenby day 1
A great start for Darren and Hayley Roach Day 1 of the Allen 2022 Enterprise National Championship started with a light South Westerly air causing a delay until some steady pressure built, giving 5 to 8 knots in time for a 2:30pm start. Posted on 22 Aug 2022
Enterprise Nationals runners and riders
Some of the usual suspects are not attending, or may be out of practice The 2022 Allen Enterprise Nationals will run 21st to 26th of August at Tenby Sailing Club. EA Commodore, Richard Pryke, gives us his view of the key runners and riders. Posted on 15 Aug 2022
Firefly Nationals at Tenby day 4
Not-so-Big Wednesday Over the years Wednesday of the Firefly Nationals has become known as "Big Wednesday". It is traditionally the day of The Sir Ralph Gore and Marlow Challenge Cups, an epic 13 Nautical mile pain-fest around massive triangles. Posted on 11 Aug 2022
Firefly Nationals at Tenby Day 3
Reports of sailors wheeling trollies of booze proved, thankfully, to be correct The third day of the 2022 Firefly Nationals in Tenby brought more glorious sunshine and even less breeze. The early announcement of a 15:55 first warning signal gave a fuzzy-headed fleet plenty of time to recover from the previous night's antics! Posted on 10 Aug 2022
Firefly Nationals at Tenby Day 2
Good ol' fashioned drifter Day two of the 2022 Firefly Nationals dawned bright and sunny with a gentle breeze and not a cloud in the sky. There were unconfirmed rumours of the AP flying (flopping?) from the club at 9am which were soon confirmed. Posted on 9 Aug 2022
Firefly Nationals at Tenby Day 1
Fleet raring to go after two years without a championship Day one of the 2022 Firefly Nationals in Tenby dawned bright and sunny with a gentle breeze, a whisker more than forecast. After two years without a Firefly Week everyone was ready and raring to go. Posted on 8 Aug 2022