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We hope that you will join us to celebrate St. George’s day and help us to introduce him to Neptune. In other words we’d like to see you at the club getting a boat wet and enjoying yourself both on and off the water.
To help you to do that we’re laying on a traditional English lunch to be served around 1 p.m. and on the water we’ve suspended the normal racing programme to have a more informal day of sailing. What we do out there is up to you!
On top of the fun on the water and the delicious food there will be plenty to do. We’re going to run a briefing session to update you further on what’s going on and planned at the club and will run through the programme for the coming year. Ask us questions too if you have any.
We’re also promised some singing (join in or just listen as you like) and there may be a game or two if you’re interested.
You don’t have to stay for the whole day if that doesn’t suit you and you only have to pay if you want to have the lunch.
We hope to see you there.

St. George meets Neptune - adult lunch
St. George meets Neptune - child lunch
St. George meets Neptune - 2 + 2


We had a fantastic evening celebrating Xmas on Saturday 10th January 2015 in Russian style - It really was a good way to lift the spirits (mainly Vodka on that score) in the early new year. Thanks to Irina, Alexey and all the other helpers and performers.

We were served a really sumptuous Xmas dinner after some exciting racing on 14th December. It was great to see the clubhouse packed and to see some old friends too. A big vote of thanks to Chris and Rob and their team of helpers.
Now We’re looking forward to:
Well done to all our sailors who braved challenging conditions to put on a good show for Kingsmead. It was especially pleasing to see a good turnout of our youngsters and some of our newer racers too.
Our thanks to the team who ran the race and kept us safe and fed - Peter, Aaron, Dave, Jose & Margaret and to Norman for his work on the camera.
You can find the results here. Watch this space for some photos once we've had them developed....

Oktoberfest - Saturday 11th October
KSC is recreating the delights of Munich in the clubhouse with plenty of beer and a sausage or two....
Get down to the club to enjoy it - further details are here. Sign up soon!

KSC Junior Team sails at Maidenhead
Well done to Natasha, Mary, Russell, Daniel, Seb and Mark who did KSC proud in the 2014 Thames Challenge held at Maidenhead SC on 28th June.
Up against stiff competition from teams that obviously race together on a regular basis and despite being well-placed both times races were abandoned as lightning flashed around the lake they did a great job for KSC. Congratulations and keep sailing so we can improve next time.

Weed Cutting
Steve the weedcutter tells me that he has cut and removed about 70 tonnes of the rotten stuff! Sailing should be much easier now - please note though that there is plenty of it left (clearing all of it would have taken around 10 days) so you still need to be careful..... click here to have a look at the boat that did the cutting




Scenes from our Russian Christmas celebration
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