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Seavets was formed in 1984 to promote windsurfing as an activity, convinced that an active life in middle age is most likely to lead to a healthier and so happier old age. Seavets has members from all over mainland Britain.

  • Promotes responsible and sociable windsurfing for the "not so young". Membership is open to those over 35 years old.
  • Organises racing and recreational events for members and encourages other organisers of windsurfing events to include categories and to award prizes for the "not so young".
  • Supports the registered charity Research Into Ageing.
  • Encourages members to become qualified through Royal Yachting Association approved courses.

From the beginning the club has been closely linked with the medical research charity Research Into Ageing Fund, which is now the research division of Age UK. Between £2,000 and 3,000 has been raised by Seavets each year for the last few years, and more than 78,000 has been raised since 1986. Seavets is affiliated to the Royal Yachting Association.


News

Reports, Results etc.

Datchet, 30th August - Results.

2014 Prime Race Series - Series Results

Grafham, 16th August - Prime Race Series No 9, Results

Photos from Bala here, and David Eberlin's photos from Carsington here.

New to Racing - If you are interested in starting to race with Seavets then read this guide

Seavets in the News, Yachts and Yachting, and Northants Telegraph.
David Eberlin's Whitwell report & photo's from Whitwell in BOARDS Magazine here

2014 Cruise Reports - Mersea Island to follow soon, Poole and Chichester

Facebook - A new closed (Seavets Members only) group has been created on Facebook to provide a forum for members to exchange views, infomation, photos etc. Currently there are 32 members, if you want to join them let Derrick or Ruth know. You do have to be registered on Facebook in order to be invited to join the group.

Electronic Newsletter. We now offer members the option of receiving their newsletter in pdf format by email. If you would like to receive the electronic version instead of the printed form please email the editor, and then PLEASE remember to tell us if your email address changes. Links to all the recent newsletters, and an index to their contents can be reached by clicking on the link in the lefthand menu column.


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Last modified 17-Nov-2014