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  • 07 Dec 2016 10:24 AM | Anonymous

    ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

    I hereby give notice that the Annual General Meeting of Otley Sailing Club will be held at The Sailing Club on Wednesday 1 March 2017 at 7.30pm.

    Nominations are requested for the Officers listed below and should be in the possession of the Hon Secretary by 31st December 2016. Any full member of the club [other than a junior member] is entitled to propose or be proposed for any of the positions.

    Any member who would be interested in undertaking the duties of Sailing Secretary for the 2017 season should be prepared to submit a proposed racing programme to the Committee by 31st December 2016.

    Any proposals for amending the constitution should be sent to the Hon Secretary in writing, duly proposed and seconded by 31st December 2016.

    All further details for the Annual General Meeting will be placed on the sailing club website.

    Gill Walton

    Honorary Secretary


    Nominations for Officers and Committee 2017

    Position

    Name

    Proposed By

    Seconded By

    Commodore

    Vice Commodore

    Secretary

    Treasurer

    Sailing Secretary

    Membership Secretary

    Flag Officer Training

    Club Boats

    Facilities Management

    General Committee

    (up to 10 members)

     Please return your nominations duly proposed and seconded  by 31 December 2016 to:

    Gill Walton, Honorary Secretary

    4 Lisker Avenue, Otley, LS21 1DG or by e-mail to gilliannewalton@outlook.com


  • 19 Nov 2016 4:35 PM | Anonymous

    We're pleased to announce that Otley Sailing Club Junior Week 2017 will run from Sunday 13th August to Friday 18th August.  Save the date!  More details to follow.

  • 14 May 2016 11:09 AM | Anonymous

    We were asked a while ago if we would host an evening for the RYA Chief Executive, Sarah Treseder to come and visit us as she would be in the area for a couple of days.  We said yes, so on Tuesday evening Sarah came for an informal chat to some of our members.  We also had along for the evening Steve Gibbon, who is the Chairman for the RYA North East region and Sam Usher, the Regional Development Officer.  They learned all about what we do and how we do it!  Sarah then very kindly started the evenings racing and finished everyone over the line.

    Here's a link to some of the photos from the evening:- https://www.facebook.com/OtleySailingClub/posts/813587062104502



  • 02 Feb 2016 10:26 PM | Anonymous

     

    Flood Repairs Working Party

     

     

     The club grounds sustained a lot of damage on the second flood, where the river level reached a record high and filled the lake up to the flag pole.

    There is a lot of damage to the pontoons and dinghy park and car park

    Work to do:

    ·         Road to repair - holes filling

    ·         Car park to re-surface complete

    ·         New Pico dinghy park to repair

    ·         gravel to retrieve from shore line - dredging

    ·         pontoons to repair

    ·         Water pump to refurbish

    A lot of work to do before the new season starts

    I plan to have Sunday as working days from next Sunday onwards until complete

    If anyone can join in and help please come down 9:30 - 4:0 ish.

    If you have not checked your dinghy and dinghy park area for damage then I do suggest you go down and check, as boats were found in fields and in trees (no kidding)

     

    Best regards

    Paul Karran

    Commodore Otley Sailing Club

    Senior instructor

    Powerboat Instructor

  • 13 Nov 2015 8:51 PM | Anonymous

    Stella Murdoch, 86 has recently announced she is hanging up her lifejacket and retiring from sailing.  She has been a fiercely competitive racer over many years and has turned out in all weathers – at times beating her much younger counterparts.  She has regularly taken away various trophies at our annual prize giving event held in March each year. 

    Stella joined Otley Sailing Club in the late 1970’s and has served time on the committee as well as holding the office of Commodore between 2002-2004.

    She has been an inspiration to anyone who knew her at the club and put a lot of the younger members to shame!

    We would like to wish Stella all the very best and hope that we will still see her at our many social events throughout the year.  She will certainly be sorely missed on the start line.

  • 22 Sep 2015 9:23 AM | Anonymous

    Many thanks to everyone who made Barts Bash 2015 so special!


    We had some fantastic racing throughout the day and a total of 26 boats on the water for the Barts race.


    We raised £175 from the donations box and galley - if you missed this you can still donate to the Barts foundation on our just giving page https://www.justgiving.com/bartsbash2015-otley-sailing-club


    Here are the results - well done Mr Horrocks!








    Position
    Skipper Sail Number Boat Name Boat Class Crew Lady Helm Bart Speed

    1 Jon Horrocks 130147
    LASER Standard

    1.10203

    2 David Waterhouse 4693 Last Chance SOLO

    1.0674

    3 Sam Paechter
    Sam's GP GP14

    0.9944

    4 Paul Karran 694 My Boat Laser Vago Pelle Langli
    0.94846

    5 Matt Thomas 437 Krowdos Topper Sport 14 Lindsay Thomas
    0.89418

    6 Rhys Yarde 37914
    LASER Standard

    0.88849

    7 Rebecca Clarke 494 Liberty COMET
    Lady Helm 0.88355

    8 Heather Thomas 65028 Flo LASER Standard
    Lady Helm 0.86225

    9 Josephine Grogan
    Mrs J Grogan LASER RADIAL
    Lady Helm 0.77138

    10 Andy Yarde 489 Hermes COMET

    0.76577

    11 Chris Oxlade 16904 Skyfog ENTERPRISE Jovan Oxlade, Kiran Oxlade 0.69216

    12 Ellie Benn 152484
    LASER RADIAL
    Lady Helm 0.68911

    13 Angie Hulley

    LASER RADIAL
    Lady Helm 0.68453

    14 Laura Hulley 492 Freedom Won COMET
    Lady Helm 0.6484

    15 Nick Barton

    TOPPER

    0.63781

    16 Hannah Davison
    Pico Laser Pico s/h single sail
    Lady Helm 0.63145

    17 William Fawcett
    HMS AWSOME! TOPPER

    0.63034

    18 Ellie Young 21209 My Boat 2000 / Laser 2000 Graham Young Lady Helm 0.61019

    19 David  Tomlin

    WAYFARER Bill Tomlin
    0.60435

    20 Simon Pennells 3188 Yorkshire Pud Topper Topaz

    0.58613

    21 Ben Rawson
    OSC Feva RS FEVA

    0.5789

    22 Richard Tassell 0 No name LARK

    0.56422

    23 Jacob Rawson
    BOBALONG TOPPER

    0.49699

    24 Ben  Pennells
    Clementine TOPPER

    0.41584

    25 mike Fawcett 8068 My Boat GP14

    0.39827

    26 Paul Hammond
    Access dinghy 303



  • 30 May 2015 11:13 AM | Anonymous

    Double Gold for Otley Sailing Club Junior Powerboaters!


    Image


    The whole team with 4 winners! 

     

    (left to right:  Olivier Greaves, Oliver Scott-Caro, Ben Rawson, Hannah Davison, Olivia Walker, Rebecca Clarke)


    Weeks of practice paid off for the youngsters of Otley Sailing Club on Saturday 30th May when they won double Gold medals at the Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire Regional Final of the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship. Otley Sailing Club sent a team of 6 youngsters to compete.


    The Honda Championship is divided into two age groups; 8-12 years and 13-16 years. Each competitor completes a slalom course driving a powerful RIB (rigid inflatable boat) and the fastest time with no penalties wins in each section. The winners qualify for the National Finals at the Southampton Boat Show in September.


    30 young powerboaters from clubs around the region took part in the competition which was hosted by Welton Waters Adventure Centre near Hull.  The youngsters from Otley Sailing Club showed the benefit of training as they left many of their fellow competitors in their wake, achieving some fast times even in the blustery, breezy conditions. Some fast times were set and 1st to 4th places were only separated by 4 seconds!


    First place in the junior class for 8-12 year olds went to Otley Sailing Club and this group was won by 12 year old Oliver Scott-Caro from Ilkley. Oliver attends Ilkley Grammar School and his time was 1min 35secs.


    At 1min 26secs, the best time of the day was set by 14 year old Ben Rawson from Rawdon, winning the 13-16 year old groupBen attends Benton Park School in Rawdon and began sailing at Otley Sailing Club a year ago.


    Otley Sailing Club swept the board in the 13-16 year old class, winning all the top three slots. Rebecca Clarke from Ilkley was second (Guiseley School), with Hannah Davison from Silsden third (Woodhouse Grove School).


  • 22 Apr 2015 8:26 PM | Anonymous
    Looking to try sailing?


    Want to get back out on the water?


    Fancy trying something new with the family?

    Why not come and join us at Otley Show on 16th May 2015 on The Show Ground lake from 10.30am. 


    Visitors to Otley Show will have the opportunity to try sailing with an RYA dinghy instructor on the show ground lake for a small donation to club funds. Anyone who is big enough to fit into one of our buoyancy aids can have a go!


    All children must be accompanied by an adult. This is run as part of the RYA Push The Boat Out


    http://www.rya.org.uk/programmes/pushtheboatout/Pages/default.aspx

     
  • 30 Jan 2015 8:20 PM | Anonymous

    Good news was received today from our good friend Caroline Thompson-Hayes

     

    Otley Sailing Club now has a Registered Charity Number 1,160,253

     

    Caroline has worked hard over a long year plus to put all the required information forward to the charities commission resulting in the news today

    The first step was to change the club to a limited company then we were able to apply to the charities commission.

    Work putting the documents together came from Ian White with information from David Pollard, Nigel Hulley, Matt Thomas, Norman Stephens, Chris Moran, Peter Fox, Eric Lee

    We have now a list of Directors in charge of the clubs affairs who oversee the management committee to keep things all legal

     

    I hope you join me in thanking all concerned for the work put in on behalf of Otley Sailing club to make this happen

    The Charity is aimed at providing sailing to ALL and with this great news we can all benefit and see the club grow into the future

     

     

    Paul Karran

    Commodore

    Otley Sailing Club

    Registered Charity Number 1,160,253

  • 06 Dec 2014 11:47 AM | Anonymous
    The building works are now substantially complete. The club now has improved changing facilities, a wet room for Sailfree users and a new path to the club house.
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