Pilotage into Deben,Ore and Stone Point 2017

12/02/2017 by webmaster No Comments

The new season’s chart of the Deben entrance is not yet available from the Deben Estuary Pilot website see link below.  Do NOT rely on 2016 data or your chart plotter until the buoys have been set. The new chart should be available for download now around Easter 2017.  River Deben 2017 On February 12th […]

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On Watch February 2017

06/02/2017 by webmaster No Comments

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Film Night 10th March

03/02/2017 by webmaster No Comments

The film night on March 10th is now fully booked.  There will be a second showing at a later date which will be announced here.  Keep watching! From 18.30 to 21.30 on Friday March 10th. The entrance fee of £5 will include films and canapes.  (Pay on the night.) The bar will be opened at […]

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Talks Winter 2016 – 2017

02/10/2016 by webmaster No Comments

The Winter Talks start! Sunday mornings 11:00 prompt. Talk 16th Oct Paul Kelly Permanent Mooring . Methods and Systems. Click image to enlarge                   Talk 30th Oct Stuart Grimwade More photographs of Ipswich Docks through the ages. Click image to enlarge             […]

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On Watch Deadline

06/02/2017 by webmaster No Comments

The deadline for next On Watch issue is Mid-day, Thursday 2nd March, edited by Christine Bull. Save the Club money (postage) and manpower (printing & envelope stuffing): elect to download On Watch from the website. Check out your Annual Renewal which has the appropriate tickbox or use Contact Us link on the left.  Volunteers also needed to […]

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The Cruise of the Naromis: August in The Baltic 1939, G A Jones

10/01/2017 by webmaster No Comments

In August 1939, five carefree Englishmen set off to the Baltic aboard a motor cruiser from the Norfolk Broads. The crew of Naromis – “Skip”, “Fattie”, Bill, Mike and “Honest George” Jones – drank beer, ogled flaxen-haired girls and caroused the streets of Cuxhaven singing “Horst Wessel” as their German companions bawled out “Land of […]

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