Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Tuesday 24th July the Skippers of the Jersey Sailing Trust
will be available three days per week for a sailing programme that will
depend largely on the tide and weather condition on the day.
Tuesday and Thursday they will provide half day sailing activity to enable
novices and experienced crew members to gain experience of handling a blue
water yacht and then on Saturday the agenda will switch to sailing in the
fleet of International Etchells.
all activities the novices and the experienced crew are expected to be
current subscribing members who will also need to book their place on the
relevant day and ensure that the day-sailing fee is paid online on a
programme for weekday offshore sailing will alternate between morning
sailing and afternoon sailing depending on how the high tide permits exit
and re-entry into Elizabeth Marina. To assess this timing please refer to
the web page
which will carry timings. If you have any questions about these days then
The weekends may
also have offshore sailing opportunities which will be posted in due
course as the skippers notify of their availability. These opportunities
will include sailing to Guernsey, Sark, Granville, Chausey and St Malo.
will predominantly provide for inshore sailing, sailing lessons and class
racing using the fleet of three 30ft keelboats, the Jersey Etchells. This
is everyone’s opportunity to get their sailing skills sensitised in light
winds and short sprint type races within the safety of St Aubins Bay.
If you wish to get
on board at some time in the future then get on board now with your £5.35
Then you need to contact “admin”
so that your
membership can be renewed or a new Membership Application Form will be
emailed to you to complete and return before you get on board one of the
We are especially
keen to hear and invite enquiries staff associations for staff outings and
maybe “Sail & Dine” events. But also we would like to hear from human
resources (HR) departments to demonstrate how sailing can develop team
spirit and team building in general.
the Jersey Sailing
.............................…getting people afloat.