REG NO. 1276  AUGUST 1995

LOA                              4.827 M

BEAM                          1.855 M

DRAFT                        1.169 M


MAINSAIL                8.83 SQ M

JIB                               2.78 SQ.M

A Big Set Back for the CBYA Dinghies!!


We are very sad to report that we have been ‘broken into’ at El Portet, and our outboard motor has been stolen. In addition the aft locker on the new “Flying Fish” dinghy has had its lid torn off, and our life jackets which were stowed in there have also been taken! They also stole the Flying Fish trailer wheels, and its mainsheet. We are obviously being targeted because they have now also stolen our old rubber dinghy safety boat, as well as the rubber dinghy and cover which was chained up close to our storage box!

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Our Latest Acquisition – A Flying Fish!


Formally owned by new CBYA member, Horst Dannohl, who will hopefully become an active member of the CBYA Dinghy Section. Now the Flying Fish has joined our mini-fleet of dinghies at El Portet!

The Committee

November 2017

RYA Dinghy/Yacht Training Checklist


A useful checklist for training – to view click HERE.

Dinghy Day – Wednesday 12th April 2017


Dinghy Day – Wednesday 12th April 2017

Finally decent weather was enjoyed by 11-12 sailors and 4-5 watchers.

Light onshore wind with a flat sea – made the most of by all.

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Messing About in Dinghies


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Louise and Wally took to the water on our free-of-charge Dinghy Day on Friday 17th February 2017.

Around twenty CBYA members met at Paradise Beach at El Portet, Moraira, to join in the fun. The winds were light, but ideal for those who had either never been out in a dinghy before, or who had not sailed in one for a long time.

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Meet the Dinghies Day


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Sunday June 12th saw 20 of our members meet up on El Portet beach in Moraira, to ‘Meet Louise and Wally’, our 2 donated dinghies. Wally is a 420 and Louise, (we think) is a GP14.


There is a secure box on site, where the ropes, rigging tackle, life jackets etc are kept. All hands helped rig the boats, then in crews of 3, with very light airs there were several successful trial sails. The boats were de-rigged about 1pm and we all retired to the nearby restaurant for ‘Refreshments’ and a great ‘Paella’ lunch. A good day was had by all, hopefully to be repeated.

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The dinghies are available for members to use, but they must be with an experienced dinghy skipper. How this can be done and further details will be posted shortly.

To view MTDD – The Movie……click here


Our latest Acquisition – a 420 Sailing Dinghy


Louise & Launching Trolley

Wally Rees, one of our founder members, who was returning to the UK, very kindly donated a 420 Sailing Dinghy to the CBYA. These can be rigged for ‘trapeze’ crewing and are an Olympic class. read more →

Fancy Going Dinghy Sailing?


Fancy going dinghy sailing?

Well I did, and was lucky enough to be invited along by Bob to join him, with Hugh and Piers, to check out the two boats (“Louise” & “Wally”) that are kept down at the beautiful and quaint little bay of El Portet,  Moraira otherwise known as “Paradise Bay”.  read more →

Always Check the Weather.


Formentera Race Start

Before taking to the water it is good advice to always check the weather – wind – sea state before going out.

You can do that here with this link to our Sailing Info & weather page