Centenary Sail Past
Hamble River Sailing Club
The Hamble River Sailing Club (HRSC) is aiming to attract 100 boats to take part in its centenary sail past on the 6 August, to mark the very day the club was founded in 1919.
Anyone with a boat is invited to join the parade to celebrate this momentous occasion, and people of all ages are encouraged to get involved.
The event will take place on Tuesday 6 August at around HW Portsmouth (16.45), with boats divided into four fleets:
- 1.Small Dinghies: Such as Oppies sailing inshore, on a short course parallel to the Hamble Quay, north of HRSC and south of the PPYH.
- 2.Medium Dinghies: Such as Toppers sailing on a short course inshore, in the lagoon that forms at HW, between HRSC and Hamble Point Marina.
- 3.Larger Dinghies: Such as Visions sailing with the Foxer fleet, in their normal patch on the Warsash side of the river.
- 4.Others: The main parade will include any size boat sailing or motoring / being towed (conditions dependent) up the main channel.
Please visit the club website to book this event.