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    Hornet SSC Weekly Dit - Friday 12 April 2024

    Ladies & Gentlemen,  This weekend is the start of our first official event of the year to commemorate Hornets 60th year. Final preparations are underway to welcome HSSC guest of honour and Club Admiral General Gwyn Jenkins CB OBE ADC along with HSSC members to our Hornet@60 Anniversary Celebration Dinner on Saturday evening.  Full details can be found below, and we look forward to welcoming you to

    Published 11:57 on 12 Apr 2024

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    Flood Risk Assessment Survey operations April - August 2024 - KHM Portsmouth LNTM No. 45/24

    1.   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   jointly by the King's Harbour Master Portsmouth and the Harbour Master Langstone that bathymetric survey operations will be conducted along the south coast from Selsey Bill through to Gilkicker Point between April to August 2024 operating in the Portsmouth / Southsea locality from 5 April 2024 onwards (Daylight hours only). 2.   The contractor for these survey works is A-2-Sea Solutions Ltd working on behalf

    Published 13:19 on 28 Mar 2024

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    Voluntary No Anchor Zone, Osborne Bay, Isle of Wight - KHM Portsmouth LNTM No. 43/24

    1.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   by the King's Harbour Master Portsmouth that a Voluntary No Anchoring Zone ( VNAZ ) has now been designated / established in Osborne Bay to assist with the continued healthy growth of seagrass in that location of the eastern Solent.  2. To protect the seabed in the near shore area highlighted below, mariners are requested not to anchor, lay marks or pots in the south / southwest of

    Published 13:15 on 28 Mar 2024

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    IFA2 Route Maintenance Operations Stage 4 KHM Portsmouth LNTM No 42/24

    1.   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   jointly by the Kings Harbour Master Portsmouth and the Harbour Master ABP Southampton that as part of the IFA2 Interconnector Project, guard duties are being carried out in the Eastern Solent by Seagard Ltd on behalf of National Grid Ventures between 26 February 2024 and approximately 28 September 2024. 2.   The area is approximately 1.5 NM SSW of Gilkicker Point (as indicated on the

    Published 13:48 on 22 Mar 2024

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    HSSC Members now have the facility to purchase Regalia and Clothing Online.   You have a choice of our  Hornet@60  Official Logo or 2 other Club Logos.   Use Discount Code  MD10 Please click the link: Please note that HSSC Limited are not involved in this transaction and you will will contract directly with World leisurewear Ltd We will still have

    Published 12:24 on 20 Mar 2024

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    Check out the 60th anniversary events on this website at:  https://www.hornetservicessail...

    Published 01:11 on 1 Jan 2024

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    HSSC RNSA Wednesday Night Racing - 2024 60th Anniversary Season

    Hornet's 2024 and 60th Anniversary Race Season begins on 3rd April 2024 with the first race of the spring Series. See the Notice of Race, SIs etc. for full details.

    Published 16:55 on 13 Dec 2023

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    Southsea Coastal Works Temporary Special Marks (Rev7) - KHM Portsmouth NAVWARN No 54/23

    1. The various Yellow Special Marks laid off Southsea Castle to mark the extent of the coastal works and assist to delineate the eastern extent of bathing areas have now been again re-sited along the foreshore.   2. The buoys have been laid in the following positions (see   LNTM 17/23  for a diagram):  Lit buoy 1 (Fl Y 5s)   50° 46.904N   001° 05.882W  Lit Buoy 2 (Fl Y 5s)

    Published 10:11 on 6 Oct 2023

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    Boom Deployment - Fort Blockhouse KHM Portsmouth LNTM No. 84/23

    1.   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   by the Kings Harbour Master Portsmouth that an oil containment boom will continue to be deployed to the water surrounding the Fort Blockhouse Jetty (as indicated on the diagram below) until completion of planned works. 2.   The boom is attached to the shore at either end of the jetty structure and anchored to the seabed so that the boom sits approximately

    Published 16:57 on 26 Jul 2023

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