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East Coast Meet June 2013: Expressions of Interest

  • 15 Jun 2013
  • 16 Jun 2013
  • Royal Harwich Yacht Club (RHYC)

Registration


Please press the Register button to record your "Expression of Interest"
Registration is closed
It has now been confirmed that the newly rebuilt club house at The Royal Harwich Yacht Club, will be completed and open in time for the joint RNVR YC/RNSA meet on Saturday 15th June 2013.

This is one of the first events at the RHYC new club house, which is in a very attractive setting at Woolverstone on the River Orwell, not far from Pin Mill.

The cost of the event (£25pp) will include a three course dinner. To keep the cost down members are requested to obtain wine through the bar and settle their own wine bill.


Tides and Berthing (Harwich BST)
Saturday 15 June
LW: 10.05
HW: 16.30
Sunday 16 June
LW: 10.50
HW: 17.15

Please call Geoff, the Berthmaster on CH77 as you approach RHYC. He will allocate you a berth.


Arrangements
18.30 Pimms onboard Julie Marie (Terry Corner)
20.00 Dinner Royal Harwich Yacht Club






Menu

Chicken liver with wild mushroom Pâté served with sweet onion chutney and walnut bread
or
Lowestoft smoked salmon served with grilled asparagus and hollandaise

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Supreme of British chicken breast stuffed with Smoked cheddar & apricot and finished with a light apricot and chilli sauce
or
Baked fillet of Sea bass served on a warm lentil, spinach, herb and Greek yoghurt salsa
or
Tart of roast tomatoes, basil and goat’s cheese

(All served with potatoes and fresh seasonal vegetable)

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American style ’bakewell’ cheesecake
or
Lemon and lime tart

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Freshly brewed coffee and mints crisps


Rig
Club Rig


Location
Royal Harwich Yacht Club
Woolverstone
IP9 1AT

Information to Email to Your Guests

A PDF version of this screen that you can send to friends and guests that you have invited is available by clicking here.


Safety and Insurance
Where a boat (meaning its skipper and crew) takes part in a Club event the boat is entirely responsible for its own safety and the safety of anyone else having anything to do with the use of the boat, whether afloat or ashore, and nothing, whether in this notice of event or anywhere else, reduces this responsibility. It is for the boat to decide whether to take part in the event and whether it is fit to sail in the conditions in which it will find itself. By launching or going to sea, the boat confirms that it is fit for those conditions and that its crew is competent to sail and use it. The boat is required to hold adequate insurance and in particular insurance against third party claims. Nothing done by the Club or the event organisers will reduce the responsibility of the boat nor will it make the organisers responsible for any loss, damage, death or personal injury, howsoever it may have occurred, as a result of the boat taking part in the event. The organisers includes everyone helping to run the event, and include the individual organisers and the Club’s Officers and Committee. By registering for the event you agree to these statements and confirm that you will comply with Rule 24 of the Club’s Rules and ensure that these statements are brought to the attention of and agreed by the boat’s skipper and/or crew.


Next Steps
Numbers need to be confirmed with RHYC by 8 June so please let me know by email to DavidJWhitby@aol.com as soon as possible if you are able to come by yacht, shore party or if you are looking for a berth.

Please advise your menu choice and if coming by yacht; the name, length and draft.

Will all members interested in attending the East Coast meet, please register your name, and the names of any accompanying non-members. using the “register” button. Please also email David Whitby with any relevant details as requested above.

Cheques (£25pp) should be made payable to “RNSA East Coast branch” and posted to David Whitby, 50 Fernlea Road, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 1HD.


Notes on How to Book
  1. Would all members register themselves individually. Only non-members should be recorded as guests.
  2. If you want to add more guests but you have already made a booking, then make a new booking for yourself, choose No for booking a place on the Meet for yourself (i.e. you are creating a "blank" booking for yourself) and then add your guests in the usual way.
  3. Please do not add guests by typing their name instead of your name.
  4. Please don't type names in lowercase, use Title Case as you would expect them to be. The reason: they are used in various lists that are distributed.
  5. Lastly, complete the registration by pressing the "Confirm" button.



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