Archive for June, 2014

Waste oil update

Following the earlier notification about oil & waste being left in the Rubbish bin compound, further discussions have taken place with Port Health & the Harbour Master. They will site a waste oil tank and a leakproof crate for oil filters and waste rags, next to the Harbour Master’s office and this should be up […]

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Farnes Race

Saturday 31st May Race Officer: Iain Robertson Sailing instructions Provisional Results Yacht WS Class Sail Num TCF Elapsed Corrected Position Sheevra Swan 36 2421 0.9168 12:54:14 11:49:49 1 Summer Wine X 442 11288 1.0931 11:18:19 12:21:28 2 Shotgun 6 J 29 3990 0.9512 13:20:21 12:41:18 3 Mad Hatter Beneteau First 32S5 3250 0.9051 15:06:44 13:40:41 […]

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Coquet Island Race

Saturday 14th June Race Officer: Ken Murray Yacht WS Class Sail Num TCF Elapsed Corrected Position Summer Wine X 442 11288 1.0931 06:26:38 07:02:38 1 Expresso Albin Express 809 0.8712 RET Kandula Westerly Fulmar 325 0.8795 RET No Permission WS RS Elite 38 0.9225 RET Sheevra Swan 36 2421 0.9168 RET Shotgun 6 J 29 […]

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Rib out of use

We have a major fault on the rib outboard with raw fuel being pumped directly into the harbour. Until the problem is sorted, I have removed the ignition key and the battery start switch. We will endeavour to sort this issue in the next few days and hopefully during this time bring the large rib […]

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Ed Watson (updated with funeral details)

It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of Club Vice President and Past Commodore Ed Watson. Ed was a keen racer, helming Bright Eyes in round the cans as well as distance races including 3 Norway races. During his period of Commodoreship, he was instrumental in the planning and design […]

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HY Tyne Preservation Newsletter June 2014

The Statutory Declarations concerning our ownership of HY Tyne have been accepted by Heritage Lottery and we have now received an amount of £34,800 from the being the first 50% of the stage 1 grant. This allows us to bring in all the contractors, such as the surveyor, the shipwright, the metal fabricators and the […]

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Susi Robertson drop in day

Susi is having a little gathering / drop in day, this Thursday 12th June at the Marie Curie centre from 3.30 pm onwards with nibbles and drinks. If anyone would like to visit, please feel free to just come along.

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RNYC Security

We have received notification from the Harbour Master of intruders into the Blyth Fish premises both last week and again at the weekend. New and additional CCTV cameras are being installed to assist in prevention, around the fish farm & Reay Security have been asked to beef up their patrols around the Fish premises. Nevertheless, […]

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Oil Disposal

We had a visit from the Port of Blyth Health Officer Wednesday 4th concerned that individuals are depositing containers of used oils & old oil filters in the rubbish compound on the Middle Jetty which is not set up to receive such material. This practice must cease immediately or he will take further action against […]

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