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AGM  Monday 24th November 2014


Torpoint Mosquito SC Commodore Steve Creek presenting the PYB Youth Helm award to Katie Shimell

Photo © Graham Dean


Course:  5 day RYA Day Skipper Theory

Dates:  22nd-23rd, 29th-30th November and 6th December, 09:00hrs - 16:30hrs each day.
Venue:  T.M.S.C
Cost:  £150 which includes RYA pack that costs over £40.
Students will need a plotter and dividers, a 2B pencil, a rubber and a notebook.
Sign up on the notice on the clubhouse board.  These courses normally cost £300-400 when offered by sailing schools, often with the pack as an addition cost.

Tony Brown
TMSC Training Principal
Tel: +44(0)1752812928
Mob: +44(0)7773537576


Friday 31st October TMSC put on a Halloween party


Maddie, did you miss your dental appointment today !! My scary Granddaughter.

Photo by Andy Campfield










which was a great success, children and adults all dressed up and some very good costumes, games were organized for the children , plus a disco in between who played the appropriate music, Kilby was busy in the kitchen making mummy hot dogs and ghostburgers all reasonably priced Nev did cocktails for the youngsters like Dragons blood and lizard's gizzards, with snakes in. There was a prize for the best fancy dress, in child and adult, the child was won by a mummy and the adult who was a skeleton but the makeup was very artistic. A raffle was held and we made £70.00.We would like to thank everyone who participated and made the evening worthwhile. 


By Jenny Roberts

Cadets working for funds to keep them on the water


Re Bart's Bash Message from Ade Beaven-Smith Royal Plymouth Corinthian
Hi Jack

Please pass on my thanks for the help from Seaguard today with the Bart's Bash. Your chaps were a great asset and kept busy on the race track.


I'd also like to thank you and the TMSC competitors for coming across to amalgamate with RPCYC for the Bash record attempt. It was fantastic to see you all mixing it up around the course and what a great sight at the start.


I hope everyone enjoyed the racing and that we are able to work together again in the future. Do let me know if we can ever support TMSC.

Once again many thanks for your assistance also gratefully appreciated.
Kindest regards

Ade Beaven-Smith
Sailing Sec


About Torpoint Mosquito Sailing Club – sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving
Torpoint Mosquito Sailing Club is a friendly family water sports club with dinghy and yacht racing, cruising, windsurfing and scuba-diving sections. It welcomes new members.

The club was founded in 1891 and has a long history of sailing – from historic Mosquito class boats through to modern dinghies and yachts with regular racing, cruising and an active social section. In recent years it has expanded to include windsurfing and scuba diving sections. In 2013 it secured £40,000 funding from Sport England and the Lottery Fund as part of the ”Inspired Facilities” legacy after the London 2012 Olympics which allowed it to update its changing rooms, provide disabled access and new workshop and storage facilities serving all the water-sports run at the club.


The club is on the banks of the Tamar just below the Torpoint Ferry. Sailing can take place at all states of the tide. Run by volunteers, with low membership fees, training, a good choice of club dinghies for those that do not own their own boat, try-dives and regular windsurf sessions, water sports are accessible to all at Torpoint Mosquito Sailing Club.


Addition to TMSC's History




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Updated  16 Nov 2014