Dear Sailors and Friends,

LAST WEEKEND

Well done to our members who partook in the Argus Cycle tour! Despite the cycling, the club was alive on Sunday with early morning rowing and Junior training. The wind was perfect in the morning for the juniors, and picked up nicely later on for the Finn’s, X-Tra’s and Sonnets. A great day of sailing!
  

THIS WEEKEND

SACS Rowing
On Saturday, SACS are holding a rowing event at the club from 07h30. An all day event.

Junior Training starting at 09h30 and Summer Series Rnd 5 at 11h00. Are you all ready for the Grand Slam over the Easter weekend? Come join the club racing to check your boats and get some extra practice in! Tuck shop is open and galley will be serving Chicken & Spinach Lasagne and Cottage Pie.

FOR YOUR DIARY

March 12th, Saturday: SACS Rowing Fun Day – all day event
March 13th, Sunday: Junior Training & Summer Series Rnd 5 (MAC 24 hour challenge)
March 19th, Saturday: Club house hired for a wedding starting at 14h00 using the East Lawn
March 20th, Sunday: No Junior training (School Holidays)
March 21st, Monday: Public Holiday
March 25th – 28th: Southern Charter Grand Slam 4 in Saldahna
March 26th, Saturday: Club house hired for a wedding starting at 15h00
April 2nd, Saturday: Club house hired for a wedding starting at 16h00

OTHER NEWS

Rowing News Flash!
The Buffalo Regatta 2016 will be on Supersport 8 on Wednesday 16 March at 20h00. Prime Time TV!

Southern Charter Grand Slam Round 4 (SAS Provincial Championship) to be held at Saldanha Bay over the Easter Weekend (25 – 28 March 2016). If any members can assist with towing boats and helping transport equipment to and from Saldanha, please contact us. Any help will be much appreciated.
“Hi All, This is a request for safety boats and bridge volunteers for the WC Dinghy Champs  to be held in Saldanha Bay at Easter. Please check with your members whether they are willing to assist as we are short for the event. 25th to 28th March. You may send contact details  of volunteers to Awollheim@tarsus.co.za or SASWCChairman@sailing.org.za.
Regards
Wendy SAS”

Koi Virus
There is much alarm about all the dead fish found in the Vlei. After speaking with Dalton Gibbs from False Bay Nature Reserve, he advises that this is a Koi Virus killing the Carp. It does not affect humans and only affects the fish. Sailing and Rowing is safe and the water is not contaminated.

ZVYC Optimist Sailor, Hamilton Slater (12), writes about his passion for sailing! 

Best wishes,
on behalf of ZVYC,
Kathryn & Ron