Defibrilator unit at the Clubhouse

The Club has installed an automatic defibrillator located on the SW corner of the Clubhouse.

The unit is for public use in an emergency and complements the similar unit at Landulph Memorial Hall.

The cabinet is permanently unlocked so no code is required.
To use - lift out the unit, open the flap and follow the voice prompt.

Please remember, in the event that you might need to use this unit, that in a cardiac arrest situation continuous CPR is essential.

Cruise Roscoff Area - 20 July

Tony Head in TRIPLE VENTURE is taking part in a RNSA race to Roscoff departing Friday 19 July with ETA Roscoff Saturday pm.  CYC yachts are invited to cruise across (or better still take part in the race!) then join up in Roscoff marina that week-end for a few days cruising in company the following week (perhaps to Morlaix, Ile de Batz, or L’Abervrach etc).

Obviously weather dependant. Interested parties are asked to contact Tony on ( ) for more information.

Southampton Boat Show - Coach Trip - Saturday 14 September

The Royal Naval Sailing Association (RNSA) has organised a coach trip to the Southampton Boat Show on Saturday 14 September.  There are seats available which are open to non-RNSA people.  Coach leaves Plympton Park and Ride at 0600 sharp.  ETA Southampton 1000  Depart Southampton 1800 ETA Plymouth 2200 

Cost: £20 return per person. Full payment will be required by 2 September and will be non refundable. Entry to the show is not included - RYA members can obtain free tickets online.  Please contact Tony Head ( ) for more information and to book tickets.

2019 Three Rivers Challenge

This year's Three Rivers Challenge, a day sail for cadets, parents and club members around our lovely estuary is on Sunday 19th May.

Starting at 0930 at the club once the boats are set up, with a safety boat escort we will set sail to Saltash for a hot chocolate. Then have our picnic lunches on the edge of the Lynher up past HMS Brecon. Then on for afternoon tea at Saltash passage, next cheesy chips at the Plough on the Tavy

Returning to CYC at about 19:00 on the high tide.

Please contact Training Officer Dave Wheatley if you would like to take part.

Pacific Oyster invasion

The Pacific Oyster is an invasive non native species that out competes native species and in large numbers can form intertidal reefs. These reefs have sharp protruding shells that will easily damage inflatable dinghies, bare feet or paws. They are a particular problem in the Yealm, Fowey and in St John's Lake, this "bash" is to try and prevent a similar problem developing in Plymouth.

All volunteers are welcome, you will get information about how to monitor, record and smash pacific oysters.

Please register at:-

Or for further information phone:

Dave Curno
RYA Environmental rep

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