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On 21 April there is the Easter Egg Trophy races; details

On Saturday 27TH April there is Salzburg Serenade ( (7:00 for 7:30pm). We will be celebrating the food and music of the Salzkammergut with entertainment from Pat Halling. Including a 3 course Austrian inspired supper and a glass of Schnapps. All for £10. Pay on the night. Come in Alpine or similar costume if possible. Booking by Tuesday 22nd April to email event@aqsc.org.uk is ESSENTIAL.

Monday 6 May The next committee meeting is at 19:30 at the club.

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On 31 March conditions were excellent for the start of the new season. As forecast there was E to NE 10 to 15 mph wind. There was excellent challenging sailing; there were 5 capsizes.

On 16 March the weather forecast was terrible for the first work Party of the year; some members queried if it would take place. It is usually a mistake to change arrangements because of expected conditions; they were better than forecast and much was achieved; story.

On 02 March the British theme Quiz by Colin was in a variety of of interesting sections. The lovely supper prepared by Diana, Deborah and helpers was fitted between the quiz sections.

05 February All Duties have been uploaded to Dutyman and anyone who has been allocated a duty should receive a welcome email with a list of their duties and a link to log them into Dutyman. A week before a duty is due you will receive a reminder email.  

On 25 January there was an excellent Burns Night Supper; Story, Video (4:50 duration)

23 January The 2019 program is on line and the 2019 Wednesday bar duties are in Dutyman; you should receive email duty reminders.

On Tuesday 1 January 2019 There was an excellent start to the year, warm, dry with 5 to 12 mph NW wind. Sailing was much better than was expected. There were 2 races in the morning and one after lunch. Six boats sailed and there were 20 members at the club to enjoy jacket potatoes and various fillings followed by fruit crumble; many thanks to Nigel for the delicious food.

Most people aren’t aware of the dangers of cold water shock. These RYA and RNLI stories highlight the dangers, I suggest you have a look.





Weather forecast for Hampton  
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River Conditions

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RYA InBrief complements the RYA’s other, member only newsletters, that individual RYA members can sign up to receive as part of their RYA membership. RYA London and South East News. RYA Clubroom

Personal Items

And now a word from our sponsors (i.e. The AQSC Management Committee). Please remove all personal items from the changing rooms at the end of the sailing day. The changing rooms are NOT storage areas and items left there WILL be disposed of. You have been warned!

Also there is far to much in the store room; it is not for storage of personal items that are seldom used and all items left there MUST be identified with the owner name or sail number else it may be disposed of.
Mike Baker

On Wedneday 19 December Nigel Knowles organised excellent seasonal nibbles for around 20 members.  There was a good selection of hot and cold food.


On 9 December Deborah Lea and helpers organised and prepared a delicious Cheats Xmas lunch; story, photos, Jenga Video.

01 December The 2018 AGM, prize giving and end of season party was attended by 38 members. 11 members received prizes and shared 15 Trophies. Sailing Secretary Report and Trophies for 2016-2018. Story. Photos by Frank Rainsborough.

The Sunbury Matters December 2018 issue has bits on the slumboats. There is a bit on Page 2 ‘Welcome’  and Page 8 ‘EA Action on Reclaim River Bank Campaign’