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Northern Rivers Sailing Club

Welcome

We hope you find the information you need from our WebSite, if not you can email us at secretary@nrscsailingclub.com


Home for the N R S C  is our Club house known as the Anchorage at Acle. The Sailing club for owners of modern production cruising yachts on the Broads



Please note that the club NRSC, committee and members take no responsibility for any ads or information on this Web Site. Click to see club Privacy Policy


Time to renew your Boat Safety Certificate?

For a professional, thorough and helpful service, give local expert Tim Waters a ring on 07810 458021.


Wondering where to get help to

keep your boat in great shape?


To see photos of our annual dinner and

Prize giving click here

Visit Hugh Crane Ltd on South Walsham Rd,

 Acle NR13 3ES

for the treatment your boat deserves! They have a comprehensive range of boat cleaning equipment in their fantastic showroom and offer trade prices to all members of the Northern Rivers Sailing Club!



For those who would like more info and discussion on functions within the club try out the club face-book group, you can join F/B or if you are a member already you just need to put the following details into F/B

Northern Rivers Sailing Club Group


Please note that the use of improper language, offensive or aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated, as per the clubs Code of Conduct.


Please note we are now on Facebook

  Northern Rivers Sailing Club Group

We have a full  programme of events for 2020

Lets have a good and exciting 2020 so check

 out the new programme of events to come.



Club policy can be seen on the bottom of the Membership page.




To see events click on link or go to page

 Do you have an article for the club website?

Have you done any modifications to your boat or sailed away in the sun and want to share your experience.  Let us all know, words and photos please it will help to keep this site fresh.

Cancelled

For Sale


My name is Neil Mickleburgh from Lowestoft and have in the past built, sailed and raced my old Pegasus 700 No156. However, the mature of my e-mail is that I have a Pegasus 700 & 800 either of which I hav'nt used for some time. The 700 is the shallow fin fractional rig type in need of a good tidy up, mainly cosmetic, it has an outboard in the well & some new sails.

The 800 is the wing keel fractional rig type with inboard diesel.again this boat needs finishing and tidying but with little expense and has several sails.

Both these boats have been on dry land for many years and manufactured around the time of 1990ish. If they are of interest  I can climb on board and check the sail numbers.If any of your members would be interested in a low cost boat  then please contact me and have a look and make an offer.

Unfortunately my family are not interested in sailing so they are wasted sitting doing nothing and deteriorating. I understand there are many of your members with Pegasus boats, I can be contacted by e-mail or telephone;


e-mail; neilmickle@aol.com

Land line no; 01502 508866

And my mobile no is; 07463670266.


Best Regards

N. Mickleburgh.



For Sale

The Dometic Origo 3000 is a 2 burner free standing spirit alcohol stove. Stainless steel construction provides a durable easy clean product. The efficient spirit alcohol burners are ideal for boating, caravan, motorhome, camping environments.
This is a used stove but in excellent condition. It comes with 2 sets of appliance steadies, normally bought separately. It does not have gimbals but gimbals can be bought and attached to this stove.


 £120 ovno


Contact: Jeff Harteveldt
07712583893 or
Jeff@harteveldt.com


 MESSAGE FROM THE COMMODORE

Dear NRSC Members

The NRSC Committee held a teleconference meeting on 23rd March and, taking into account the Coronavirus situation and government guidelines, agreed the suspension until further notice of physical Committee meetings, social events, racing, R&R and First Aid training together with any other activity that involves close contact.

At the time of the meeting we discussed how the Anchorage might sensibly still be used for day sailing, but this was before the Prime Minister’s address to the nation. Our understanding now is that all unnecessary and recreational travel is forbidden until further notice, which we interpret as including travel to our boats for a sail and the use of our clubhouse. We ask that all our members respect that instruction, which is for the common good.

It’s a pity that such an exciting and creative start to the 2020 programme has had to be set aside, but we must trust in better times ahead. Now is the time to say thank you to those involved in all that has been achieved so far this year, including the successful series of three R&R presentations and the preparatory work for the Fitting Out Lunch, the Spring Regatta, the RNLI Collection Day and the Discover Sailing day. The way that the new Committee has worked together with the support of the membership has been truly exemplary.

The Red Book has been printed and will be made available to you as soon as possible. You will notice that some members have changed their boats while others have been playing musical chairs and changing hands within the club, and even making name changes. All this is indicative of a vibrant, enthusiastic and forward-looking Club.

Please continue with your contributions to these Newsletters which is much appreciated and a great way to continue supporting each other when we cannot meet. It is good to hear and share your news even in these difficult times.

I am now going to find out what “gardening leave” really means and have a Skype lesson so that I may keep in contact. Please do keep in touch with other members who may need your support, join in with the Club's Facebook messages and continue to contribute to these Newsletters.

Take care and all the best,

Michael Sparrow  Commodore

Here is a bit of nostalgia from 1997 have a look you may see

yourself in it and lets look forward to better and sunny days sailing from these days of doom and gloom .

    

             https://youtu.be/8bOX5yTPqyk


             https://youtu.be/-pLHAAa8hDg


             https://youtu.be/f1lcrDRo6e0


              https://youtu.be/GxllWYnhhdQ


             https://youtu.be/S-64k8xBLIs

                           

              https://youtu.be/rNXgGQIPTeQ



So what can we all do to keep our spirts up, well what do you do apart from sailing,  what hobbies and interests do you have and would you like to share with members of the club.  If you have a web site or a YouTube page or maybe   photos you would like to share,  I can put a link on here for members to  see what it is that you do. Also we have a facebook group.

Ok I will start this off I have been model making from a Lad and still do I made R/C model aircraft as per = https://youtu.be/EmXSA88PZ9c

 

                       Plus building model steam engines and boats =                                    https://youtu.be/4wiy64vrZgw


You may have seen some of my Photography if not have a look on my

YouTube page = https://youtu.be/uMF9NPtIYG4



   

So if you have an interest you would like to share let me know you can email on mikefm@btinternet.com