It’s the start of July and Oppy Week will soon be upon us, hopefully your sailors are ready and rearing to go!!!
Yet again we’ve broken the record on the number of sailors wishing to take part in Oppy Week and thanks to some juggling we’ve managed to fit everyone onto the course.
The group and instructor details have be posted on the website under the Oppy Class section.
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Trearddur Bay Sailing Club is launching a new range of club branded clothing along with partner Wave Clothing.
Items can be ordered directly from the Wave clothing website at http://www.waveclothing.co.uk/club-kit/trearddur-bay-sailing-club and there is a wide variety of choices for all the family.
A variety of merchandise samples will be available at the Easter Social to view.
New for Oppy Week 2014 – there is the option to purchase a Team Oppy hoodie. This in addition to the Oppy Week gift that will be handed to sailors at the start of the week.
The hoodie can be purchased directly from the Wave Clothing website at http://www.waveclothing.co.uk/club-kit/trearddur-bay-sailing-club/tbsc-oppy-week-2014 and comes in a choice of Team Oppy colour combinations
For more details please visit the Lesiurewear page
In 2014 we are trialling using Twitter to tweet decisions about racing and other news that we want members to receive as soon as possible. We will still be using the conventional methods of communication such as the flags, the notice boards and the raceline, but the Committee is keen to embrace the newer methods of communication for those who wish to use it and any member with internet access could receive these tweets at no cost to them or the Club.
If you already have a Twitter account, follow @TrearddurBaySC
If you would like to view “tweets” about racing decisions you will need to have a twitter account. If you do not have an account:
To ensure that the twitter feed is successful, please remember that a racing decision is final. We are not looking for feedback on the decision and would prefer that Twitter is used as an information source, NOT a discussion board.