You may have seen that the developer, NBDL, recently made a small reduction to its planned wind farm in the Navitus Bay region. The period of formal public consultation by NBDL is over but that does not mean it is a done deal. The application to develop the site is likely to be submitted to the National Infrastructure Planning Inspectorate (‘PINS’) on 10 April 2014. However NBDL are still taking on board concerns and issues with the proposed development.Read more...
The Club exists to encourage amateur yacht sailing, the study of seamanship and navigation, the holding of matches, races and regattas, and the provision of accommodation to enable social interaction between Members of the Club and their guests." (From the RCYC Constitution 1931)
Enjoy a vibrant social life at an inclusive club at the centre of yachting life in Cowes and beyond. Relax after a day's sailing in the club's well-stocked bar, inviting dining room, unique terracing and gardens overlooking the Solent.
We are delighted that there has been such a positive response to the proposal put to you by the General Committee on 7 April to merge our club with RORC.
The majority of members who have taken the time to speak to anyone on the General Committee have expressed huge enthusiasm for this proposal and the unique opportunity this offers both clubs and Cowes.
We invite you to put forward all concerns and queries regarding the proposed merger.
Now - member consultation and general proposal evaluation period in progress
19 April 2014 - Q and A Clinic 1, 10am at RCYC
3 May 2014 - Q and A Clinic 2 6pm at RCYC
8 May - 2nd edition of Merger Update
22 May - 3rd edition of Merger Update
1 June 2014 - End of consultation period
Book in for the RCYC Easter Sunday Lunch,
Don't forget to get here early to uncover all the Easter Eggs around the RCYC garden.
The Egg Hunt begins at 12.00 finishing just in time for lunch!
Since it’s introduction the Club’s annual Vice Admiral’s Cup regatta has gone from strength to strength with its simple close racing format and fun social programme making it enjoyable for the competitors.
This year there will be eight classes, also for the first time the Half Ton Classics fleet will be joining the event which are enjoying a popular resurgence of interest and are expected to compete alongside their smaller sisters the Quarter Tonners.
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