Andy Stamp Commodore

Welcome.

Thanks for dropping in on the Tamar River Sailing Club website. TRSC is a small friendly family club situated on the sunny Devon banks of the River Tamar. We have easy access to the open sea as Plymouth Sound and distant horizons are only a short sail away. The Club has much to offer.  Our 250 members enjoy the use of an extensive quay, two slipways, an all tide pontoon, 60 or so trot moorings (and more than 10 private swing moorings) and a comfortable clubhouse. I believe our facilities and location are hard to beat. The clubhouse is also available to hire at a very reasonable rate.

The Club hosts two well supported Regattas during the summer months, one for yachts and one for dinghies. Members may join our Facebook group “Tamar River Sailing Club” for extra information. We have a varied and exciting year ahead with a busy social calendar, both ashore and afloat. Visitors and prospective members are always very welcome when the Club is open and I look forward to seeing you all.

As an RYA recognised training centre and we are able to provide our members with a variety of sail and power courses. Racing for yachts takes place on Mondays in the spring and summer and on Saturdays in the autumn and winter. Dinghies race on Wednesday evenings. The expanding Cadet section meet on Friday nights (spring and summer) and get to use our fleet of modern club owned dinghies.

 

Tamar River Sailing Club Bar Opening Hours:

Wednesday 19:00 22:00
Friday 19:00 22:00
Sunday 16:00 19:00

Extra Service (staffed by Commodore, President, Vice Commodore Sail, or very generous not so ordinary Members on a voluntary basis): Monday (During Racing Season) around 7:00pm until 10:00pm On Lift days/Working Parties/Meetings according to demand  

Social Events for your diary

November 2nd Fancy Dress Halloween Party.  November 10th Laying up Cheese and Wine (cheese, crackers and nibbles, with a 125ml glass of wine for £5) and discounted bottles of red or white wine. November 14th – TRSC Quiz night + Play your cards right + A visit from the RNLI December 7th – Christmas Raffle and Mince Pie Night. Carols for fun. The Christmas raffle will be available at the bar, from the beginning of October, at £1 per square. December 12th  – It’s the Christmas Quiz + Play your cards right. How big will the pot be??? December 15th – Christmas Party for members, family and friends . December 23rd – The TRSC Children’s Christmas Party, with a chance to meet Santa or one of his helpers. That’s if he’s not too busy. This year there is going to be an age restriction. Children must be primary age or...

The Next Quiz

Just a quick reminder to say that the next quiz is Wednesday 14th November. Your Quizmasters are Terry and Lesley Orton. The bar will be open however and all members are, as always, very welcome to join-in or just visit. The roll over for the Play Your Cards Right is £40, so it could be over £60 on the...

Honda Rib Challenge 2018

The Honda Youth Rib final was recently held as part of the Southampton Boat Show.  TRSC was brilliantly represented by Ryan Sherlock and Jack Ryan. They didn’t win the event but did us proud. Very well done to everyone involved but particularly to Jack and...

Winter Storage First Lift 19th October

Time to start to get all your winter kit ready. Make sure you can locate all the bits for your cradle, find the tarpaulins and the WD40 to lubricate those acros. The first lift is in less than one month on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th October. It’s also a good idea to remind yourself of your role in the lifts. Please note that rules for the yard are on the noticeboard. Friday 19th  October 2018           08.35  (2.7m)  15.01 (4.2m)   21.24  (2.5m) Saturday 20th October 2018      09.48  (2.4m)  16.08 (4.4m)   22.20 (2.1m)...

Rubble in the Yard

We are working on fixing the clubhouse, which (in case you didn’t know) is a bit below par. Part of this was a planned excavation of the yard to verify just what the club is built on. The good news is that the foundations are of a high quality and appropriate. It turns out that a storm drain has been discharging into the ground beneath the club and this has caused some significant problems. Building work is needed to make everything good again and we have a plan to do just that. Once we have a detailed plan we will update...