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    The Club was founded in 1905 and is situated on the site of the old railway station, Instow, near the confluence of the Taw and Torridge rivers.  With a 7m tidal range the estuary provides challenging sailing conditions for sailors of all experiences, within the Bideford Bar and beyond into the Bristol Channel.

    The Club has a number of training boats ranging from Picos and Lasers to Wayfarers and two new Laser Bahias.  During the Season we run races most weekends, weather permitting! The Club hosts many national events and also training for Cadets and Adults. All sailors are welcome - even if you just fancy coming down for a chat and a beer.

    Events

     

    The bar is now open Friday evenings 1900 - 2200 and Sunday lunchtimes 1200 - 1500.  

    Yearbooks available for collection.  Please pop in and collect them.

    Alec Gostling DFC

    GOSTLING DFC Alec Paul James passed away on 1st April at Bideford Hospital, after a short illness, aged 94 years. He will be sorely missed by his wife and family. Funeral Service at the North Devon Crematorium on Thursday 17th April at 1.40 pm. Family flowers only please. Donations, if you wish, for the RNLI and the RAF Benevolent Fund at the Service or c/o W S Gayton & Son, Lauderdale, Bickington, Barnstaple EX31 2LB.



    TRINITY HOUSE NOTICE TO MARINERS

    Movement of Middle Ridge Buoy to 51° 04’.640N.,  004° 13’.787W



     

     
       Sir Richard Peek Bt
    Cdre
     Pete Ewing
    VCdre
     John Barnett
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