Ribble Cruising Club | Lytham | Lancashire
Sailing on the Ribble estuary since 1950

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    Postal Address

    Our Clubhouse & correspondence
    address is:

    The Promenade,
    Central Beach,
    FY8 5LD.


    The club phone number is operative
    Tuesday and Friday Nights on:

    01253 739983

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    Posts tagged with ‘Tuesday Talk’

    • Feb092019

      Last Tuesday Talk -February 26th -St Kilda and its history by Steve Halliwell

    • Jan092019

      January 29th -Last Tuesday Talk -Trailer Sailing in Devon with Oliver Shaw

    • Nov072018

      Last Tuesday Talk-November 27th- The loss of the Fleetwood Lifeboat

    • Apr082018

      Last Tuesday Talk -April 24th 2018

      ‘The Golden Age’: Lancaster and West Indies c.1750-1820

      by Dr Michael Winstanley.

      LTT April 2018 version 2 web
    • Feb272018

      Last Tuesday Talk -Places Legends and Tales of the Fylde Coast

      Places Legends and Tales of the Fylde Coast
      A welcome return for Dr Graham Evans who will this time regale us
      with Legends, tales and places of the Fylde Coast. We can expect an
      entertaining evening.
    • Feb162018

      Vote for David Moss’s gaff cutter ‘Polly’ in the Classic Boat awards

      Follow the link on the home page to vote and for information related to local boatbuilder David Moss and the gaff cutter ‘Polly’ that he recently completed building and is now listed for a Classic Boats award.

      The last three years have seen American boats win, please vote for Polly at the classic boat awards  and help us bring the trophy back to Britain, the closing date is the end of February.






    • Jan122018

      List of Last Tuesday Talks Updated

    • Sep262017

      Last Tuesday Talk ‘The Stars are ours’ by Don Kurz UCLA

      26th September ‘ The Stars are ours’ by Don Kurz UCLA

      What good is astronomy?” Through colourful historical anecdotes and science this talk leads from a lonely death in a cold stone tower over 400 years ago to the discovery of the ultimate energy source for humanity – the biggest payoff of all time. Hear stories of wealth and poverty, castles and dungeons, kings and princes, sailors, sea battles and voyages of discovery as we look back at the improbable, unpredictable path that gave us the Power of the Stars