Entries by CSC

Singapore – Langkawi Round Trip Cruise on Eriphine!

The final beer before departure! 5:30am we’ve left CSC. The first taste of sailing by night. Thanks to Ronny (CSC’s Accounts Executive), outbound immigration clearing was a piece of cake. Five minutes besides our beloved ICA cutter and we had been FREE. All incoming foreign barges, heading for immigration clearing, had been way behind us. […]

Sunday Series I 2019 – Race 1

With the North-East Monsoon Season finally over, sailors participating in the first Sunday Series Race of 2019 had to contend with tricky wind conditions on course 5, a refreshing change from the windward leewards between Ubin & Tekong. The Multihulls seemed visibly tired/exhausted from the past 3 months of racing, as only 2 Beach Catamarans […]

2-Island Race 2019

2-Island Race 2019 – breaking records… and other things. It takes a good blow to find out what needs replacing on the boat, but one should never have to find out under such circumstances. Ashley Barne’s Defiance experienced a variation of Murphy’s Law during yesterday’s 2-Island Race, breaking nearly everything possible on the boat before […]

NTUSC goes Sailing!

With wind in their sails, the Nanyang Technological University Sailing Club (NTUSC) started sailing at Changi Sailing Club (CSC) in August 2018. Besides sailing on the club?s Platus-Boreas and Notus – every week, the active sailing community at CSC has also given us the chance to sail on their boats which is an eye-opener and […]

NYE Twilight Race & Countdown Party

If we could describe the NYE Twilight Race in 1 word: CHALLENGING. The race started off looking very promising, with a North-Easterly breeze coming in after a heavy bout of rain from the west. But the sailors did not stay dry for long, as they encountered another big weather system from the west, getting absolutely […]

Sunday Series III Race 5

Race 5 of the Sunday Series started off with a very light breeze from the south east, taking sailors to CAAS 2 before the fleet came to a stand still, fighting a slow current and struggling with the near-zero knot conditions. The race was eventually abandoned, signalling an early adjournment to the bar. With only […]

Sailing & Sustainability Program 19-21 Oct 2018

On 19th October, 128 Secondary School Students departed from Changi Sailing Club for Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) Pulau Ubin for a 3D2N camp as part of their final phase of the annual Sailing & Sustainability Program. ? This being the 5th edition, the program has come a long way since it was first introduced in […]

Twilight Series III Race 3

Our 3rd race for the Twilight Series III was blessed with a gentle south-southwesterly breeze, looking a lot more promising compared to last week’s washout. A little drama ensued in the Beach Catamaran Class not too long after the start, as Scott McCook’s Viper F16 capsized near a fish farm in the vicinity of Squance. […]

Villa Francis Home Visit

Earlier this year, Changi Sailing Club successfully hosted a group of residents from the Villa Francis Home for the Aged. On 17th October, in partnership with Villa Francis, the Club once again invited 15 residents and 15 staff from the Home to a sumptuous lunch by the sea – generously sponsored by Coachman Inn Restaurant. […]

NTU Basic Sailing Course 1-3 Oct 2018

3 days of awesome winds coupled with 6 eager students from Nanyang Technological University resulted in a batch of newly minted level 1 proficient dinghy sailors! The students went through a rigorous sailing program to learn the fundamentals of sailing in a fun and safe environment. ? Congratulations on completing the course and acing the […]