The Spring Parhelion Series completed yesterday with Race Officer Ricky Hodgeson setting two courses in a gentle NW'ly breeze and a westerly tide that built through the morning... Full results are here https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/parhelion-2/results... and here https://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/parhelion-2/results... . It was great to see another newcomer on the day, Peter Seymour in Erica and it was also good to see Spirit of Kudu, a newcomer this series, winning the final race (NHC) of the
Published 18:46 on 29 Apr 2018
The final races of this year's Spring Series will be held this Saturday 28 April. Racing will be followed by a prize giving back in the club. Having lost the Memorial Races due to fog a fortnight ago it is our intention that these will also be competed for on Saturday. Last Saturday dawned with beautiful sunshine and no wind but after a short delay a cool breeze (and cloud) filled in
Published 22:51 on 26 Apr 2018
Today work started on PSC's Pontoon and crane project with the installation of the pile that will support the crane. A few pictures from this exciting event can be seen below
Published 12:33 on 12 Apr 2018
Another demanding day for both the race team and competitors with a breeze fluctuating between 6 and 18 kts and veering from the SE round to the S during the races. The first race became fairly lengthy for some of the smaller members of the fleet (Minx !) who had to contend with a dying breeze but race two was sailed in a fresher conditions and all fleets finished within less than
Published 21:28 on 7 Apr 2018
Day 1 of the Spring Parhelion Series saw 15 boats ready to race but with a mid-morning low water and light Easterly breezes it proved a testing day for both the Race Officer and competitors with long downwind legs and even a downwind start for Race 1! Two races were completed and results across all fleets were interesting and varied but Red Arrow (sporting their new 100th birthday 'kite') and Maggie May both appear to
Published 11:09 on 25 Mar 2018
The Spring Parhelion Race Series will be run from Sat 24 March through to Sat 28 April. ( note no race Sat 31 Mar - Easter Weekend ) This cruiser/racing series grows from strength to strength with a good mix of loyal regulars and newcomers competing in 2017. Typically two short races are organised each Saturday morning, each of around 90 minutes with starts within 10 minutes of the Harbour Entrance.
Published 18:31 on 20 Feb 2018
QHM's General Direction 2/17 has just been published. Recommended reading https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/qhm/portsmouth/local-...
Published 17:13 on 15 Dec 2017
This year sees the 6th Annual Hot Turkey Race here at PSC. Start in the harbour entrance at 1030 and back to the club by 1200 for mulled wine and mince pies! Race details here - http://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/hot-turkey-1/race-do... SADLY THIS YEAR'S RACE HAD TO BE CANCELLED DUE TO THE WEATHER - HERE'S TO 2018!
Published 16:36 on 15 Dec 2017
Our Autumn 2017 Frostbite Series is now complete although we lost the last day's racing due to storm force winds; this was probably fortuitous for those who were recovering from the previous evening's Christmas Party in the Club! Overall the series was well supported, particularly by PSC Squibs and dinghies from 1st Portsmouth Sea Scouts and the University of Portsmouth. Race Officer Liz Ballard and her team who manned Rosina every Sunday morning and
Published 16:22 on 15 Dec 2017
The traditional Autumn Frostbite series is now well underway. We have had a good mix of competitors including keelboats (Victorys, Squibs & Tempests) and dinghies (Fireflys and RS Quests) from the University Sailing Club and Portsmouth Sea Scouts. Latest results are posted here http://www.portsmouthsc.co.uk/racing/frostbite-1
Published 22:00 on 29 Nov 2017