Push the boat out

Chelmarsh Sailing Club is holding its annual taster day on 13 May offering anyone the chance to get out on the water and experience sailing for themselves.
Experienced sailors will be on hand between 1pm to 5pm to take newcomers out on the water.

Peter Wilson, the club’s principal of training, said, “We want people to enjoy the chance to have a go at sailing. Those attending should wear something warm and comfortable, bring a windproof nylon jacket and let our experienced helmsmen and women do the rest.

“Anyone worried that sailing costs a lot of money will be pleased to know that the club’s training fleet is available for new members to use.”

To book a place on the Taster Day, contact Peter at pwilson1620@btinternet.com. Further details of the club, membership and courses offered in 2017 are available at chelmarshsailing.org.uk

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