Sun 05 May Newent (10am) and Over Racing/Sailing/Boating (Rodney)
Fri 10 May Sailing & Boating at Over & Saul Junction MM Racing 1.45pm (Budge)
Sun 19 May Newent (10am) and Over Racing/Sailing/Boating (John T)
Fri 24 May Sailing & Boating at Over & Saul Junction MM Racing 1.45pm (John T)
Sat/Sun/Mon 25/26/27 May Tall Ships Festival at Gloucester Docks – We will be exhibiting on two floors within the Waterways Museum – Come along and visit us
Contact Ted 01452 610403
Sat 1 June Club Picnic at Mallards Pike 10 – 4pm Contact Derek Young 01452 728230
Sun 9 June Newent (10am) and Over Racing/Sailing/Boating (Ted)
Thur 13 June Committee Meeting 7.30pm HCC
Fri 14 June Sailing & Boating at Over & Saul Junction MM Racing 1.45pm (Michael)
Fri 21 June Sailing & Boating at Over & Saul Junction MM Racing 1.45pm (Roger)
Sun 23 June Newent (10am) and Over Racing/Sailing/Boating (Gordon)
Sun 23 June Bourneville Navy Day 10-4pm Contact Bryan Evans 01452 533948
Fri 28 June Set up for Club’s 30 year Celebration Day 10.00am
Sun 30 June Club’s 30 year Celebration 10am-4pm
Contact Derek Young 01452 728230
Fri 12 July Sailing & Boating at Over & Saul Junction MM Racing 1.45pm (Cliff)
Sun 14 July Newent (10am) and Over Racing/Sailing/Boating (Rodney)
Fri 26 July Sailing & Boating at Over & Saul Junction MM Racing 1.45pm (Bryan)
Sun 28 July Newent (10am) and Over Racing/Sailing/Boating (John)
Regular Club Sailing / Boating
Every Friday – Saul Junction from 1.30pm or Over from mid day until dusk
Every Saturday afternoon at Gloucester Docks….from 1pm
Every Sunday – Over is available
Over is always available but maintenance on a Wednesday must take preference.
Parking on the slipway area at Over is for Blue Badge holders only. Only exception is for quick loading / unloading.
Micro Magic sailing at Over does not stop you sailing your motor boats. Plenty of room for all and a cup of tea as well.
MM racing finishes at 3.15 unless wind, rain, leaves, weeds dictate. Only 7 races are required. Over is available on the remaining half mile of water.
Any changes to these days are noted in the calendar above
If you become locked in at Over a key is available from Dave at the Wharf House
Please remember the following points of sailing etiquette and safety.
Always bring and use your frequency peg and aerial protector when sailing.
Take your frequency peg off the frequency board when you switch the TX off, and take it home again!
Limit your time on the water to a half hour session, then check if others would like to use that frequency.
The above points do not apply to 2.4 GHz transmitters.
Weil’s disease – after boating, be safe, clean your hands with an antibacterial wash. Carry some with you.
Retrieving models from far side bank following breakdown.
You MUST always be accompanied by another person and be fully aware of the hazards
Please use the Club Pole to manoeuvre the model to a safe location
Please note this land is private and do NOT damage trees and plant growth
All fast electrics when used at full speed must keep beyond the WHITE BUOY (at the rear of the canal boat Mr Maysey). Slow boats must turn around at the GREEN BUOY which is situated near the bow of Mr Maysey. However should there be no slow boats sailing then the fast boats can use the whole of the canal as can the slower ones should there be no fast boats being used.
COMMON SENSE must prevail to prevent further collisions or swamping.