Pembroke Haven Yacht Club

 

Whats on

Walking treasure hunt - 31st August 

06 August 2014 09:12:00

4.30pm Meet at the Club House  £2 per person entry.  This is a family event.  All friends and family welcome.

RNLI - Lifejacket check 15th August 6pm 

06 August 2014 09:11:00

.  Bring your jackets along to be checked and the BBQ will be up and running for those of you who would like to avoid cooking that evening!!

Centenary Celebrations - 10th August - 10am 

06 August 2014 09:09:00

Boat Jumble will be a 10am Start. Stalls need to be set up prior to 10am.  If anyone would like a pitch this will be £10.    The Club will be running a stall and are happy to sell any items on your behalf.  They will take 10% commission and donate this to the RNLI.

Any donations to the Cake and/or Bottle stalls would also be welcome. Donations can be dropped off at the Club during opening times or on Sunday morning after 9am.

If you are planning on Racing on the day, the race will be a 'pursuit' race commencing at 1pm and lasting until approximately 2.15pm.  Rob Murton would like those planning to race to contact him beforehand as he has to work out start times.  

This Day is a 'big' day for the Club and if there is anyone out there who can spare the time to help out on a stall or the BBQ following the race, we would be very grateful.  

The Bar will be open from 12 noon and BBQ will follow the pursuit race

Pembroke Dock Bicentenary Regatta on 10 August will be a lap course round the cans for the benefit of spectators on Hobbs Point and to this end we propose make it a pursuit race. This means pre-registration is essential as we need to calculate the start time for each boat. Also we have a limited window of opportunity between the rowing races and the ferry sailing. So anyone turning up 10 minutes before the start and expecting to enter the race by calling us on VHF will not be welcome.

PHYC regatta Sunday 20 July  

Start 11:00 am
04 July 2014 18:58:00

Entry Fee £10.00
Pre-registration from 17:00

on Friday 18 July
Sailing Instructions & Conditions

of Entry from
PHYC Clubhouse 01646 684403

Tenby Passage Race 

Saturday 28 June Start 10:00 am
23 June 2014 23:21:00

Classes according to entries
Entry Fee £10.00 (Late Entries £15.00)
Registration from 17:00 on Friday 27 June
Sailing Instructions & Conditions of Entry from
PHYC Clubhouse 01646 684403

Visit to Bridge - Isle of Inishmore 

Posted by ALISTAIR LINDSAY 25 May 2014 00:31:00

On Saturday 24th May 2014 fourteen members enjoyed a very informative visit to the bridge and engine room of the Isle of Inishmore ferry, whilst berthed at Pembroke Dock. Hosted by Captain Gerry Burns, those present were entertained with an overview of the ship and operational capabilities. A visit to the engine room was also included and it was found that the engines were painted a nice shade of irish clover green! That's as technical as we are going to getOur.  Thanks to Irish Ferries for arranging the visit. Remember Rule 52 of the COLREGS states- Fibreglass gives way to steel!

Slide show and talk about cruise around Russia and Finland - Saturday - 22 March 2014  

18 March 2014 10:51:00

An evening with guest speaker

John MacMullen

Skipper of

Crionna

presenting a slide show and talk

about his cruise around

Russia and Finland

Snacks available

7.30 pm start

All members welcome

A night at the dogs - Sat April 12th - 8pm 

17 March 2014 22:13:00

Fish and chip supper or chip butties.  Orders to Jenny or the clubhouse please

PHYC Skippers Meeting - Friday 28th March 18:30 

17 March 2014 22:10:00

Dates for Race Officer Training
Starting Deck Rota - as usual,
volunteers will be given first choice,
then it’s names in a hat for any
remaining races. So please send a
representative from your crew if you
are unable to attend (and don’t say we
didn’t warn you...)

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Whats on

Walking treasure hunt - 31st August 

06 August 2014 09:12:00

4.30pm Meet at the Club House  £2 per person entry.  This is a family event.  All friends and family welcome.

RNLI - Lifejacket check 15th August 6pm 

06 August 2014 09:11:00

.  Bring your jackets along to be checked and the BBQ will be up and running for those of you who would like to avoid cooking that evening!!

Centenary Celebrations - 10th August - 10am 

06 August 2014 09:09:00

Boat Jumble will be a 10am Start. Stalls need to be set up prior to 10am.  If anyone would like a pitch this will be £10.    The Club will be running a stall and are happy to sell any items on your behalf.  They will take 10% commission and donate this to the RNLI.

Any donations to the Cake and/or Bottle stalls would also be welcome. Donations can be dropped off at the Club during opening times or on Sunday morning after 9am.

If you are planning on Racing on the day, the race will be a 'pursuit' race commencing at 1pm and lasting until approximately 2.15pm.  Rob Murton would like those planning to race to contact him beforehand as he has to work out start times.  

This Day is a 'big' day for the Club and if there is anyone out there who can spare the time to help out on a stall or the BBQ following the race, we would be very grateful.  

The Bar will be open from 12 noon and BBQ will follow the pursuit race

Pembroke Dock Bicentenary Regatta on 10 August will be a lap course round the cans for the benefit of spectators on Hobbs Point and to this end we propose make it a pursuit race. This means pre-registration is essential as we need to calculate the start time for each boat. Also we have a limited window of opportunity between the rowing races and the ferry sailing. So anyone turning up 10 minutes before the start and expecting to enter the race by calling us on VHF will not be welcome.

PHYC regatta Sunday 20 July  

Start 11:00 am
04 July 2014 18:58:00

Entry Fee £10.00
Pre-registration from 17:00

on Friday 18 July
Sailing Instructions & Conditions

of Entry from
PHYC Clubhouse 01646 684403

Tenby Passage Race 

Saturday 28 June Start 10:00 am
23 June 2014 23:21:00

Classes according to entries
Entry Fee £10.00 (Late Entries £15.00)
Registration from 17:00 on Friday 27 June
Sailing Instructions & Conditions of Entry from
PHYC Clubhouse 01646 684403

Visit to Bridge - Isle of Inishmore 

Posted by ALISTAIR LINDSAY 25 May 2014 00:31:00

On Saturday 24th May 2014 fourteen members enjoyed a very informative visit to the bridge and engine room of the Isle of Inishmore ferry, whilst berthed at Pembroke Dock. Hosted by Captain Gerry Burns, those present were entertained with an overview of the ship and operational capabilities. A visit to the engine room was also included and it was found that the engines were painted a nice shade of irish clover green! That's as technical as we are going to getOur.  Thanks to Irish Ferries for arranging the visit. Remember Rule 52 of the COLREGS states- Fibreglass gives way to steel!

Slide show and talk about cruise around Russia and Finland - Saturday - 22 March 2014  

18 March 2014 10:51:00

An evening with guest speaker

John MacMullen

Skipper of

Crionna

presenting a slide show and talk

about his cruise around

Russia and Finland

Snacks available

7.30 pm start

All members welcome

A night at the dogs - Sat April 12th - 8pm 

17 March 2014 22:13:00

Fish and chip supper or chip butties.  Orders to Jenny or the clubhouse please

PHYC Skippers Meeting - Friday 28th March 18:30 

17 March 2014 22:10:00

Dates for Race Officer Training
Starting Deck Rota - as usual,
volunteers will be given first choice,
then it’s names in a hat for any
remaining races. So please send a
representative from your crew if you
are unable to attend (and don’t say we
didn’t warn you...)

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