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National Windsurfing Championships 2018
Iona receiving her trophy from Guy Cribb having come first in her fleet (4.5m)

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Langstone Harbour RSPB Protected Areas
Map of RSPB protected areas in Langstone Harbour

Hayling Esso Beach - RSPB protected areas

In case you are thinking of sailing at Esso beach in the Spring...

Last updated: 23/04/15 15:05 By: johng

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2015 Chairperson's Report

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Another year, another reduction in the intensity of club activity!

Last updated: 23/02/15 21:10 By: johng

2015 AGM Minutes

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2015 AGM Minutes

Last updated: 23/02/15 21:08 By: johng

Calshot 2014 - Cafe Menu

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The Calshot breakfast

Last updated: 09/07/14 13:06 By: johng

buy, buy, buy!
Hayling boot fair on 29th April 07. A few members picked up bargins.....

Hayling Island Boot Fair

The Hayling Island boot fair now has a new Venue- Mill Rythe Jr School on the left before the first roundabout. 7.30am-.12.00pm.


Last updated: 29/05/14 12:51 By: Andrew

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AGM 2014 - Chairman's Report

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Hello everyone ! What an interesting windsurfing year OMWC has had. I don?t want to steal kudos from the events organiser John, but I thought another quick squiz at how much fun sailing we all had is a nice way to start. We had lots of opportunities to visit the nicer coastal corners of the UK. Lots of bonfire building. If you took advantage of opportunities knocking, there was plenty of water time. And I don?t just mean the stuff falling from the sky. The spring season started off particularly snowy and cold in the Easter start in Cornwall. The weekend in Bigbury was surrounded by rain but the campers had a pleasant and very convivial weekend in sunny, small but perfectly shaped waves conditions ? a lesson perhaps that staying home might not be the solution to the unique British weather (yes, this claim, the uniqueness aspect, can be sourced to the BBC, so it must be official). The weekends slowly evolved into summer with a bang at Bramblebush, Poole. And the wind surprised everyone by howling through in the perfect direction, challenging the smallest sail sizes, and testing the aging UJ?s. Our favourite countryside pub was crazily busy ? where do they all come from?? -but what a great fun weekend. Then it evolved into summer. The party at Calshot, Westward Ho! And all the hazy summer days of sailing, weekends or after work, and then. After the Hayling Wind festival. Autumn struck. Quite literally. The storms haven?t stopped since. So lots of redbullish type extreme wind to challenge us out of falling into the winter hibernations. The photos reflect what Beaufort observed in the upper reaches of his scale ? lots of white water, foam flying, and something he didn?t note as windsurfers hadn?t yet been invented (surely someone will challenge that claim?) the smile factor that wind-adrenalin induces!! And in Roger?s case ? the scars to prove it.

Last updated: 13/02/14 17:42 By: johng

AGM 2014 - Treasurer's Report

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This report covers the accounting period 1st December 2012 to 30th November 2013.

Last updated: 13/02/14 17:34 By: johng

AGM 2014 - Minutes

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1. Recap of 2013 AGM

Last updated: 13/02/14 17:25 By: johng

Our south coast venues

These are the venues where we organise weekend events (going from west to east).


North Devon

South Devon





Lepe & Calshot

Lee on Solent, Hillhead & Stokes Bay

Hayling Island

The Witterings & Bracklesham




Find out which venue works best for each wind direction here.

Club flag

You can get a printable version of the omwc club flag here...
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