Nov 06

The weekend of not sailing…

The Commodore leaves the country for a week and the Gods decide that there shall be no wind at all over the weekend....... The Campbell Trophy series is 3 all to Allan and Renato so there was obviously a race to be won by Renato without Allan being around and... read more →
Oct 22

Botswana bound. Sara’s safari!

Taking club holidays to new heights, Don Henderson, Trish Gutteridge and I, plus another friend from Cape Town have been on safari to Botswana.  No sign of a sailing boat, but definite signs of the most amazing amount of wildlife imaginable. My favorite encounter was early one morning as we... read more →
Oct 08

The Race to Stay Upright – Website Launch Party

Friday October 7th 2016 With a fizz stocked fridge, a 90s party mix cued up on spotify and enough canapes to feed the Koe family for an entire year the stage was set for the Website Launch Party. After getting a little carried away with the catering we soon realised that we... read more →
Aug 24

Website Launch Party – 7th October 2016

What's up sailors? Having a good end of the summer are we? Here is a little poster for our next wonderful event which I would LOVE to see as many people at as possible. Save the date, it's time for some fun! Please RSVP soon with Sally. P.S - I've... read more →
Aug 19

Mad Max’s big (dry land) adventure

A despatch from creator of your new Southbank website-slash-Indiana Jones, Max Newton, who has gone haring off on the 2016 Mongol rally. He tells me it involves taking a beaten-up car and seeing how far you get... He's made it to Kyrgyztan! Here's his latest update - a bit like... read more →
Jul 19

Original artwork

I thought you'd like to see this original Bob Jackson, capturing the 60th Anniversary Enterprise Tideway race, hosted by Southbank. Bob had a few postcards with him on Sunday, which were eagerly snapped up. We decided the figures, left to right, looked like John Parke, Allan Munro-Faure and - well, maybe... read more →
Jul 18

Leave the mark to starboard?

  If you think the Thames can get windy, spare a thought for Southbank social guru Sally Pearce on board Juno X 34 in the Round the Island Race. Sally tells me winds were 27 knots - gusting 33 - most of the way round. Her crew got ...most of the way round.... read more →
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