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Have You seen the New CBYA Flier?

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Have you seen the latest CBYA publicity flier?

It can be viewed by clicking HERE.

Please download the flier and forward it to potential new members, – especially to those that own boats!

The Committee

December 2019

 

Another Great CBYA Christmas Dinner Party!

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Over 85 people enjoyed the 2019 CBYA Christmas dinner-dance at the Restaurant A Bordo, Club Náutico Jávea, on Monday 9th December. All the ladies dressed up, and even most of the men made an effort.

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Super Last 5 Clubs CN Campomanes

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We enjoyed a super last 5 Clubs Regatta at CN Campomanes on Saturday 7th December.

Results:

Class ORC-C Open:

CBYA members:

Skipper Barry McCrae – Blade 1st

Skipper Richard Jones – TrickyD 12th

Friends of the CBYA:

Class A

Skipper Carl Bal – Jeffertje II 3rd

Class B

Skipper Vlad – Chrono 10th

Class C

Skipper Gordon Ross  – Gordi 4th

Skipper Mick Roper  – Kristine 8th.

Tranquility before the start.

What a super 5 Clubs day!

Thank you to CN Campomanes for looking after us so well.

Almost perfect weather conditions for racing.

Topping this off with a 1st in the Open Class for the CBYA-crewed yacht Blade.

Barry and Karen McCrae receiving 1st prize ORC-C Open

TrickyD not only finished, but had a place! Well done to her crew.

Power sisters on Tricky D

That’s it for the 5 Clubs 2019. I look forward to seeing the 5 Clubs family in 2020.

Click HERE to enjoy a video of the event from the deck of Blade.

My best wishes and a Happy New Year!

Richard

World Sailing Show – December 2019

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Catch up with what has been happening in the sailing world by clicking HERE.

CBYA

December 2019

Please Update your CBYA Membership Details!

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The CBYA reviews all membership details at the end of every year.

Please help us NOW by checking that your membership details are still correct by clicking HERE.

Thank you,

Rachel Garnham

Membership Secretary

TOMs Ladder Results – Autumn Series 2019

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Herewith the final TOMs 2019 Autumn Series Ladder results to date – click on the Ladder Game image below:

Another close TOM Ladder racing series. The total number of participants in the Autumn Series was 34. Only six race days took place, many being being cancelled due to weather. The number of race starts was 19. With a 33% discard, this leaves 13 races to count. Nine people qualified.

Final result using the Position Score number was:

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Ìnterested in a Good Deal?

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Ìnterested in a good sailing book deal?

Well you can either visit the CBYA Library (https://cbya.org/cbya-library/)

and borrow them for free!

OR…have a look at these BookHarbour sail training book offers (provided by RYA Training Centre, Go-N-Sail)

Click HERE to view.

The Committee

November 2019

CBYA DAY Charter Report – Monday 25th November

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This was another really super day’s sailing, with good company, good weather and GREAT challenging winds.

In fact, the whole day proved quite ‘Challenging’!!

We all met as normal 10am at Bar Due. Due to a great response, we had nine crew members for this trip. Possibly at least two too many in truth, so a lesson learnt there. (Please note numbers may need to be restricted in the future.)

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New Range of CBYA Merchandise Now Available!

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Those that ordered the new CBYA merchandise confirm that the quality is excellent!!

Our new merchandise supplier is willing to brand their range of merchandise with the CBYA logo, and sell to CBYA members at a special, discounted price. They will accept our orders, and ship in economic batches, which means that the CBYA does not have to hold stock.

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CBYA Presentation “A 4-year Sail around the Western Pacific – Part 2”

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Rosalind Miranda gave Part 2 of her extremely interesting presentation on Monday 25th November to a another full house. Her talk described her adventures and experiences in sailing her 8 metre yacht Uhuru from Fiji to Hong Kong, via the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu), to the Solomon Islands, which was then the British Solomon Islands, to Papua New Guinea, to Truk in the Carolines, Saipan in the Marianas, Japan and Taiwan.

Part 2 of her talk covered her adventures sailing from Papua New Guinea, to Truk in the Carolines, Saipan in the Marianas, Japan and Taiwan.

Members enjoyed the tapas at Restaurant Area 1 after the event.

Note: Rosalind has agreed to run a two-session celestial navigation course for the CBYA next year. The course will use her Miranav method and will be free-of-charge for paid-up CBYA members. The proposed dates are Wednesday 11th and Wednesday 18th March 2020. Each session will start at 1400 hours, take about two hours, and will take place at Rosalind’s house in Alcalalí. If you are interested in attending please contact Rachel by clicking HERE.

Many thanks Rosalind!

The Committee