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A new board of directors was appointed at the 68th annual general meeting, during which Rear Commodore Michael Cranitch retired from the board after 12 years of service.
Registrations for the series are being accepted at DOSC with the co-ordination provided by a team of seasoned experts led by the club's Rear Commodore, David Rostant.
John Ashford, the club's rear commodore, said: "We're always on the look-out for new members.
All that was left was a little red bathing cap,' said False Bay Yacht Club rear commodore Paul Dennett, who watched the attack about 100 yards from his home.
Other people became interested too, and it wasn't long before his poem was resting on the desk of an official of the Royal Naval Sailing Association (top man Prince Philip and below him a long list of men of the seas holding the rank of admiral, commodore, vice-commodore, rear commodores and others).
Rear Commodore Graham Wing said : "The grant aid from the New Opportunities Fund of the National Lottery, via Redcar and Cleveland Council's Healthy Living Scheme has been a real bonus and we now want to expand our membership.
West Kirby Rear Commodore Richard Booth managed to sail clear in the Stars in Vega.
``The skipper and the owner are often two different people,'' said Roy Garrabrant, rear commodore of the Coast Guard Auxiliary in San Pedro.