Programme of Sailing Trips for Spring 2019
Following the success of our first years sailing programme (2018), we are pleased to continue the group’s activities for another year with the release of dates for summer 2019.
The 2018 programme focused on a variety of sailing experiences aboard ‘Sunstar’, which catered for a range of interests and levels of expertise. A similar approach will be taken this year; however, the range of events will be extended to increase variety and adventure.
Please be aware that the dates in the table below, have been selected on the basis of tide times and will be available depending on both demand and local weather conditions and are subject to event terms and conditions.
The Summer Programme is all open water sailing and brief details are as follows but also available from the Group Leader on the form below:-
|15th April||Harbour & Solent|
|29th April||Harbour & Solent|
|15th May||Harbour & Solent|
|30th May||Harbour & Solent|
|14th June||Harbour & Solent|
|29th June||Round the Island Race View|
|15th July||Harbour & Solent|
|29th July||Cowes Classic Week – View|
|12th August||Cowes Week – View|
|28th August||Harbour & Solent|
Please watch this space for new dates/events
£75 per person April – September
Lunch may also be booked – details on request.
After three trips on ‘Sunstar’ – each member can claim a free fourth trip on ‘Sunstar’.
Please note that neither Chichester U3A, nor the Organiser of the trip(s) has control of the environment, the weather, the sea state or indeed of any of the passengers themselves. Whilst taking normal precautions, providing reasonable help and assistance as necessary, they cannot accept responsibility for any circumstances affecting the Health or Safety of the passengers in the party.
Participants on sailing events should follow the advice/instructions of the skipper in order to minimise any risk to themselves.
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