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Cruising Ireland - Norman Kean

Date: 29/01/2022

This webinar will be a broadcast of the recording of the two presentations by Norman Kean last year.

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Cruising Scotland - Derek Lumb, Bob Bradfield and Alan Kohler

Date: 30/01/2022

This webinar will be a broadcast of the recording of the three Celtic Section presentations last year.

11:00 - Kintyre to Ardnamurchan ‐ Derek Lumb

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Suffolk Photo Competition January 2022

Date: 31/01/2022

The CA Suffolk-RHYC Photo Competition 2022  
Deadline: Midnight, Sunday 31st January 2022  
Subject: “Boating” in its broadest sense
Format: Best quality jpg only 

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Getting it Right: Making Accuracy Affordable, Jeremy Batch

Date: 02/02/2022

In 1772 on the second of his three voyages to the South Seas, James Cook was delighted to fix the position of the Resolution to within 30 miles, thanks to Larcum Kendall’s (more exp

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Crewing Service Meeting

Date: 03/02/2022

If you're a skipper looking for extra crew for the coming season, or you'd like to crew aboard different boats in different cruising areas, come along to the Crewing Service meeting at CA House to

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Tides - Norman Kean

Date: 03/02/2022

The Celtic area has some of the most extreme tides in the World within a short distance of each other.

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Channel Section Seminar (online)

Date: 05/02/2022

Saturday 5th February 2022

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To Infinity and Beyond - Sailing in the Baltic by Amanda Wright

Date: 05/02/2022

Through the Kiel Canal and into the Baltic on Infinity, an Oyster 406 deck saloon, exploring many unspoilt Danish Islands, the dramatic landscape of the West coast of Sweden and finally reaching th

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Still Mad About the Isles, Chris Adams

Date: 09/02/2022

After more than 30 years sailing the Scottish islands Chris is as entranced by them as ever.

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Winter Warmer Talk - HMS Bellerophon by Des Crampton

Date: 10/02/2022

HMS Bellerophon nicknamed ‘Billy Ruffian’ by her crew, was a 74-gun ship of the line launched at Frindsbury on the River Medway in October 1786, just three years before the start of the French revo

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