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22nd July - Three race Thursday






All the ingredients for a good evenings sailing at Gorleston were in place, sunshine, a good sea state, a warm F2 from the NE and an OOD keen to get us on the water and ...

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18th July - Passage series -part 2


Despite temperatures reaching 30 degrees inland, it was cooler on the coast but with unbroken sunshine and a warm F2-3 breeze from the N-ish. Gorleston provided beautiful sailing conditions for part 2 of the Passage series. Eleven boats joined ...

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Summer Series Act 3


There was a light coverage of mist on arrival but by midday this had cleared eventually being replaced by sunshine. The sea bore more resemblance to a mill pond making for a very easy launch to the start line.  ...

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Thursday 8th July


Lasers vs Solutions !



During the hours leading up to ‘playtime’ the weather misbehaved with a F3 from the south turning to a F1 from the west and the early periods of sunshine turning to on/off ...

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Summer series - and the weather delivers


It was the first racing of the summer series and this week we had some great sailing with a mixture of light to moderate winds, plenty of sunshine and temperature almost in the twenties, so something for everyone. This ...

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Welcome

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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

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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.