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2018 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NOTICE and AGENDA

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Please click on the link below:

https://cbya.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/2018-CBYA-AGM-Formal-Notice-Agenda.pdf

Ann Masson

Secretary

February 2018

FOR SALE: Handcrafted Sailing Dinghy

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2018 CBYA AGM – Nomination Form

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The nomination form for the new Committee can be downloaded by clicking HERE.

The Secretary

January 2018

First Aid at Sea

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Dr Ron Shanson has given a couple of presentations to the CBYA regarding first aid at sea.

Please click HERE to download his most useful guideline notes.

The Committee

July 2017

Getting Out On The Water!

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If you live on the Costa Blanca, why miss out on enjoying getting out on the water?

The CBYA can help.  Click on the link below to find out how!

The Committee

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LUBINA Wins the 2016 CBYA Challenge!

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 LUBINA Wins the 2016 CBYA Challenge!

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The annual CBYA Challenge took place at RCNC on Sunday 30 October. This is a special regatta where mixed teams of CBYA & RCNC TOM sailors compete in two teams named LUBINA and BACALAO.

The Challenge first took place in 2013 and was won by BACALAO in 2013, 2014 & 2015.

This year we had a special treat – brand new, virginal, gibs and spinnakers! read more →

A World on Water….

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A great sailing footage link, to ‘YouTube’.. An interesting, fast paced, news worthy, informative video.. a must see.. great viewing.

Crewing Opportunities Around the World.

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If you are wanting to sail-travel-crew-skipper-and see the world.

We suggest trying  ‘Crewseekers’.

CBYA TOMs Challenge – Bacalao Wins Again!

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After being postponed from the original planned date of Sunday 1st November due to the forecast for bad weather, the CBYA annual challenge to the Real Club Náutico de Calpe (RCNC), to compete for the CBYA TOMs’ Challenge Trophy, took place in Calpe on Sunday 15th November 2015, with seven (7) mixed RCNC-CBYA crews competing against each other in two teams, as in previous years, named LUBINA and BACALAO. The crews were mixed with both CBYA and RCNC sailors, to ensure that each crew was reasonably evenly matched. Four races were run over a short twice round, windward-leeward course. Since there are only six (6) TOMs at Calpe, and we had seven crews, team Lubina changed a crew after each race, whilst the Bacalao crews remained unchanged.

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