Solent Gaffers

THE SOLENT AREA OF THE OGA

Newsletter Archive

Vanishing Sail - An interesting film about building boats in Carriacou attracted quite a number of Solent Members to attend this evening in February

Come to Poole for a unique opprtunity to tour around the RNLI headquarters

Winners of the 2017 photography competition were announced at the OGA AGM, 13 January, 2018. Read on for full details and to find a gallery of all submitted photos . . .

For those Solent Gaffers who know and like Bembridge Harbour here is a link to their latest February edition Newsletter 'On The Wind ' to see whats going on.

Solent Gaffers are always welcome to join in this prestigious event in Yarmouth

Does your boat have an OGA boat plaque? If not, why not get one in time for the Anniversary celebrations in 2018?

Solent

Welcome  

The Solent Area covers the south coast of England from Brighton to Weymouth and includes the Isle of Wight.
Chichester Harbour provides a unique area of safe sailing and anchoring. There are main channels feeding inland to Emsworth, Bosham and to Chichester.
While Poole Harbour towards the west side of the area offers quiet anchorages near to marinas and a busy town
In between these the main area of the Solent offers a wide variety of places to visit and spend time to explore.
Take a while to browse our pages of Events, News and Features to see what is happening and the interesting things and adventures our members get up to sailing in the Solent and beyond.

We can also find us on our Facebook group and page - check out the details HERE  on our website News Page

JUST OUT    -     THE 2018  SOLENT EVENTS CALENDAR can be downloaded just below here.

An invitation to gaffers and friends to sail with Tom Cunliffe aboard the last British commercial sailing cargo ship, 'Cambria'.

Vanishing Sail - An interesting film about building boats in Carriacou attracted quite a number of Solent Members to attend this evening in February

Come to Poole for a unique opprtunity to tour around the RNLI headquarters