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chew valley sailing club

Postby bristollad » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:59 pm

anyone on here know if any boats sail at chew checked results but nothing showing up there but not a definite way of checking

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Re: chew valley sailing club

Postby paul manning » Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:22 am

Hi Jay

I'm not aware of anyone currently sailing there but they have done so in the past.
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Re: chew valley sailing club

Postby DaveA169 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 10:48 am

Hi

I delivered my old boat to its new owner at Chew Valley in May - I presume its still there.

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Postby olisouth » Wed Nov 02, 2016 2:39 pm

worth looking at this map, if they took part in a hadicap race in the last few years it shows up, in this case there is one boat racing at chew http://www.pyonline.org.uk/map-classes.php

not helpful for class racing but gives a good indication of where boats are being sailed.
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Re: chew valley sailing club

Postby Rick » Wed Nov 02, 2016 3:21 pm

olisouth wrote:worth looking at this map, if they took part in a hadicap race in the last few years it shows up, in this case there is one boat racing at chew http://www.pyonline.org.uk/map-classes.php

not helpful for class racing but gives a good indication of where boats are being sailed.



That's quite cool; sadly it shows how few clubs are doing PY returns ....
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Re: chew valley sailing club

Postby olisouth » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:24 pm

Rick, its the evolved version of a map i created a few years ago for the pyag to aid clubs doing their returns to be able to merge data, and there are some handy bi-products from having accessible in that format. As you say it does highlight the need for clubs to do returns.
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Re: chew valley sailing club

Postby Joeerskine » Sun Jun 04, 2017 7:37 pm

Hi,

I have my boat at chew valley the one bought from Dave A.

Sailing not as regularly as I would like. Due to having a new born and 15 month old daughter.

Size of the lake is good, club racing not the best for skiffs at the moment, but there are a few RS800s,9ers and cherubs so it's possible to get some better course when we are all out.

Joe


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