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Three Buoys Challenge - Three races three different winners

The race team opted to set a straightforward windward leeward course for the days sailing.
The day started with a warm F3-4 wind from the SW and low water at the start of racing with flood tide kicking in ...

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Thursday Evening - a good mix of classes

There were five classes of dinghy represented on Thursday evening, RS400, D-One, Contender, RS300 & Laser. With low water at around the start of racing the ebb tide was easing which was just as well as the warm Southerly ...

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Spring Series Act 7

As the boats were being rigged for the days activities there was still evidence of the early morning mist, thankfully this soon cleared and visibility during the racing was fine.
Race one started with a NE'erly F2. There was ...

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Photos in May

There are some great ones.

A Big thanks to Kevin for these photos. We have been very lucky in have Kevin available to take great photos so far around 8000 and counting

You can ...

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Open Day 27th May

Gt Yarmouth and Gorleston Sailing Club would like to invite you to a number of events this summer

Monday 27th May - Bank holiday open Day. – Start time 10:30
Come with or without your boat, and ...

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GYGSC is a small friendly informal club with probably the best sea sailing in Norfolk. We sail on Sundays & Thursday evenings throughout the summer. A range of dinghy and cat classes are sailed including D1, Fireball, Formula 18 cat, 505, Laser, Laser 4000, Phantom,   RS300, RS400, RS500, RS600,RS700 & RS800, Shadow Cat


GYGSC is located on the Gorleston side of the inner harbour mouth next to the Pier hotel and fronting onto the promenade.  The club dinghy Park is secure as it is surrounded by a six foot high fence. A ramp located near the club runs between the promenade and the beach. This provides access to the sea which allows launching in all tides and most weather situations.