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Triad series - Act one


Sunday was the first instalment of the new Triad series. The proposed programme for this is to race around a triangular course rather than the usual windward leeward courses. However, with asymmetric boats making 50% of the fleet the ...

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Revised sailing programme


In view of the current situation which meant a delay in this years activities the sailing programme has been revised in order to balance out the Summer and Autumn series with remaining weeks we have in the calendar. The ...

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July 26 th


It was warm, sunny with a pleasant F3-4 wind, conditions were looking good for the third Sunday of sailing.



Eleven boats launched for what were the best sailing conditions this year.



The race ...

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Thursday 23rd July


With a stronger than forecast SW’erly and surfers enjoying some good waves conditions did not look too promising for any sailing. However, after a suitable amount of dithering both the wind and waves decreased and so we set off ...

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Sunday 19th July


It was damp and overcast on arrival at Gorleston making for a rather gloomy start to the days sailing. Thankfully it gradually cleared during the day with even a few sunny periods.



For the second ...

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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.