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Row to Cuttle Fish Bay (as named by Cheryl)

posted 6 Jun 2018, 00:25 by Ron Williams

Great row thanks Phil passed Emsworth down Chichester Harbour towards HISC. As we were rowing one boat four up against the wind and tide we took a diversion by Verner to a beach spotted by Christine. After navigating the shallow waters, we found it deserted and with the lovely weather we had lunch and a game of boules using different coloured stones and a cuttle fish as a jack. (improvised by Marcus). Cheryl called the beach Cuttle Fish Bay as it had many cuttle fish remains on it.

Hamble River Raid

posted 6 Jun 2018, 00:01 by Ron Williams

Once again their was success for the Cutters at The Hamble River Raid where the Sallyport Crew were the fastest 4 oared boat. In fact they were THE FASTEST OVERALL BOAT again. All boats did exceptionally well as the times shown below indicate. Well done all!
Sallyport        00:40:08 
Langstone Lady 00:46:39 
Lottie        00:45:48 
Millie        00:48:21 
Mabel        00:50:03 
Bonnie        00:56:20 
Bella        01:05:57 

Bank Holiday sun

posted 8 May 2018, 09:53 by Chris Partridge

A sparkling row on Langstone Harbour on Bank holiday Monday. Great to meet rowers from Tudor SC at the newly reopened Thatched House.

Prosecco and Scones Picnic Row to the Ferryboat

posted 6 May 2018, 01:53 by Ron Williams

Saturday row in glorious weather to the Ferryboat at the Langstone Harbour entrance to enjoy prosecco, scones and coffee organised by Dave and Jenny. Relaxing and fun thanks D and J. Weather was perfect 

Cutters Open Day (Bring a Friend) Saturday 28 April

posted 29 Apr 2018, 04:14 by Ron Williams

A very successful open day (Bring a Friend) on Saturday 28th April with 20 people trying rowing and more interested. Fun was had by all as the weather stayed calm with none of the wet stuff. The BBQ and cakes went well and money was made for this years Cutters charity Melons.

Picnic Row Up The Hamble River to Botley

posted 20 Apr 2018, 01:57 by Ron Williams   [ updated 20 Apr 2018, 01:58 ]

In glorious weather, two galleys rowed through picturesque countryside to a fabulous picnic spot surrounded by Marsh Marigolds. All enjoyed a wonderful picnic with contributions from everyone. More pictures on the forum.

Seal Spotting Row

posted 20 Apr 2018, 01:48 by Ron Williams

On April 7th 14 club members in three boats rowed towards Longmere Point, Thorney Island,  enjoyed a very successful seal spotting row. Much fun was had by all.
Thanks for the picture Lesley.

Blessing of the Boats 2018

posted 20 Apr 2018, 01:01 by Ron Williams

All boats were blessed on Easter Sunday by the Reverend David Morgan of St Faiths Church accompanied by the Reverend Vickie Morgan. Cakes, Tea and Coffee were served by Bobby and Anne and enjoyed by all. Proceeds were donated to the clubs nominated charity Melons.
Please see forum for more pictures.
  

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