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    Default Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Anybody a member?

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Never heard of it before. Only club we visit is the Clube Naval de Lisboa at Doca de Belem, reasonable restaurant but a bit pricey - http://restaurantedoclubenavaldelisboa.pt/en_GB/

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Daughter working in Lisbon and I found the club on internet last night,sounds like a sailing/social club,70members of all ages and countries,sounds interesting!

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    my son is working in Lisbon, and for Xmas his mother and I bought him membership for a year.

    He's been out twice with them, but was then was posted to Duiblin for 3 months (but back soon).

    Any questions you're looking to ask?

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Quote Originally Posted by davidlhill View Post
    my son is working in Lisbon, and for Xmas his mother and I bought him membership for a year.

    He's been out twice with them, but was then was posted to Duiblin for 3 months (but back soon).

    Any questions you're looking to ask?
    I have replied to your son,thanks

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    And I'm the son ! 😂

    Any questions ?

    It's a nice club, they generally organise several sails a week of different kinds. They participate in regatta's during the weekends, have training sessions in the week, have after work sails to enjoy the sunset with a G&T, casual sails down the river.... Whatever type of sailing you want do you, they probably have it on offer.

    Let me know if you want to know anything specific

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Quote Originally Posted by alexarmel View Post
    And I'm the son ! 😂

    Any questions ?

    It's a nice club, they generally organise several sails a week of different kinds. They participate in regatta's during the weekends, have training sessions in the week, have after work sails to enjoy the sunset with a G&T, casual sails down the river.... Whatever type of sailing you want do you, they probably have it on offer.

    Let me know if you want to know anything specific
    Paulo

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    I don't know what happened my post yesterday, lost in cyberspace!! I am planning a cruise to lisbon in August for a few weeks. Has anyone any info on going up the Rio Tejo. I would like to know hor far, anchorages, places to leave dinghy when ashore, places to avoid etc. Also any recommendations on where to spend a few days on the way up from the Algarve. My draft is 1.6M. Currently in Alcoutim.
    Paulo

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Quote Originally Posted by pauldoody View Post
    I don't know what happened my post yesterday, lost in cyberspace!! I am planning a cruise to lisbon in August for a few weeks. Has anyone any info on going up the Rio Tejo. I would like to know hor far, anchorages, places to leave dinghy when ashore, places to avoid etc. Also any recommendations on where to spend a few days on the way up from the Algarve. My draft is 1.6M. Currently in Alcoutim.
    Hi Paulo, Did the trip (and back) a few years ago, starting point was anchorage off the beach just to the east of Cape St Vincent. From there, up to Sines and anchored in bay, dinghies allowed in marina to go ashore. Next for us was anchorage off Cascais but friends stopped off at Sessimbra for the night. Another quiet anchorage to the east of there is Arrabida but very shallow on approach. Not been far past the bridge in Lisbon so can't help you there. May see you in Alcoutim, should be there in around 3 weeks. Graham.

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    Default Re: Lisbon international Sailing Club

    Hi Graham, Thanks fort that info. The guide books don't give any info above the bridge, i want to go up as far as it is possible. Lookingg forward to seeeing you in the gluepot, though most of the liveaboards are fleeing to the coast over the next few weeks for a cool summer breeze.
    Paulo

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