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    Restoration of the Original St Barbara

    The private owner of the original St Barbara, David Burden, has contacted the Club to let us know that he is restoring the yacht with the intention of launching her in early June and moving her to Cardiff. Commissioned by the RAYC in 1948, she was built under the direction of Charlie Nicholson at Camper & Nicholson's yard. She was sold to Capt Clarke around 1965 who sailed her from the

    Published 11:09 on 24 May 2019

  • C* Training Course

    The RAYC will be running a C* rating familiarisation day on board St Barbara V on. The familiarisation briefings and activity will be conducted over one day, based out of Premier Marina, Gosport, and is open to a maximum of eight suitably qualified RAYC members. Please see details of the event on the Calendar part of the website. Applications to attend the course may be made to: Capt

    Published 17:10 on 20 May 2019

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    Calling All RAYC Yacht Historians - Do You Know Who Owned Alpha?

    Yachting journalist and writer, author of several books, and member of the Royal Ocean Racing Club, Bruno Cianci, wants to trace the RAYC owner of Alpha with the RAYC burgee, in the attached photograph: Bruno Cianci, is working on a book on classic yachts. He wants information about this yacht, including the year of launch, build or anyting else, so that he can search through

    Published 14:55 on 19 May 2019

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    The 3rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Incorporated Royal Artillery Yacht Club held at the Royal Artillery Mess, Larkhill on Thursday, 28th February 2019

    The Admiral presented the following Challenge Cups and Trophies for 2018: Bangalore Cup - Bdr Ed Middleton Barden Trophy - Lt Col Dominic Pealin Benodet Cup - Not Awarded Bombay Cup - Bdr Tom Kingsbury - 12 Regt RA Britannia Trophy - Mr Roger Shapland Cruising

    Published 09:28 on 3 Mar 2019

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    Shipwrecked Mariners' Society - Crew Commendation

    Since 1851, the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society has presented annual Skill and Gallantry Awards to recognise the UK's unsung sea rescue heroes, as well as those who have given outstanding service to the charity. Today the crew of St Barbara V were awarded a Crew Commendation for their rescue of Tiger of London in December 2017. The 29 Cdo Regt crew of St Barbara V from Ex Mediterranean Ubique Leg 5 (Dec 17), were

    Published 20:07 on 2 Oct 2018

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    Exercise MEDITERRANEAN UBIQUE 2018 - Commodore's Summary

    St Barbara V deployed for 11 months during which time she visited: The UK, Madeira, all the Canary Islands, Gibralter, Morocco, Spain, Balearic Islands, Corsica, Italy, Sicily, Malta, Gibralter (a second time), Portugal, the Channel Islands and France. The expedition was divided into 15 legs of between 2-4 weeks each. Thus,15 crews both Regular and Reserve representing nearly all Gunner units and the Royal Canadian Artillery took part. Between them they took nearly 300

    Published 14:41 on 18 Sep 2018

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