Book early for this excellent day course on diesel engine maintenance and care . Please note this is not at the RVYC Clubhouse . Call the office for further information
Published 08:48 on 21 Oct 2019
This one-day informal and fun session covers aspects of meteorology and DIY forecasting in an accessible fashion. It's tailored for Solent sailors and finishes with a practical exercise where attendees produce their own weather forecast! Book early through the office .
Published 09:15 on 13 Oct 2019
Margaret Moore has installed some of her lovely monoprints on our restaurant 'art walls' this month, do pop in and enjoy them!
Published 14:00 on 8 Oct 2019
A great night celebrating all that has been during the 2019 sailing season . Call the office to reserve your tickets ASAP !
Published 12:48 on 7 Oct 2019
Have a look at the calendar of events at the RVYC this October .
Published 16:58 on 1 Oct 2019
A great open event for fast & slow handicap dinghies , dayboats, multi-hulls and cruisers starting on 27th October & finishing on 15th December . Please note that there will be no races on 24 November and 8 December . Cruiser race series starts on 13 October . For Race times and all documents please see the Club website & calendar . Free dinghy park storage for visiting racers with bar open
Published 11:35 on 1 Oct 2019
Whats not to like with Pie night and Winter talks starting on Wednesday 16th October 2019 . See poster for full details .
Published 14:20 on 26 Sep 2019
Join Alison for the new Pilates sessions that will be run at the Club from October 3rd . See poster for more details .
Published 14:18 on 26 Sep 2019
Over 50 boats took part in RVYC's Merrydown regatta at the weekend in true Indian Summer weather but sadly not very much wind. It was rather a good weekend for getting out on the water in something with a bit of power! This regatta, sponsored by Merrydown cider, holds the record for the longest commercial sponsorship of any sporting event, going back to 1955 when the event was run by Ryde
Published 15:16 on 16 Sep 2019
Nine Scows came to the start line on Saturday including one visitor, Graham Bowen from Yarmouth SC. In a variable force 3 wind from the north-east the race committee set a four-lap windward/leeward course, just outside the mouth of the Creek. Graham Bowen had a good start, closely followed by Dare Barry. At the pin end several boats got themselves in a tangle, but eventually managed to start. At the end of
Published 15:03 on 16 Sep 2019