CommitteE - Contact Detail


Louise Goldie - 01621 869202

Louise GoldieMy first taste of sailing was in South America, where I grew up, on board a large traditional boat.

Tollesbury Cruising Club is a subsidiary of Tollesbury Marina of which I am the Chief Executive. I have been part of the management team of Tollesbury Marina for the last 30 years and I enjoy all aspects of sailing and powerboats.


David Knight - 07974 246658

David Knight

I have kept my boat at Tollesbury for 17 years, and have been active within the club for most of  that time. I sail with my partner Yelena on my Moody 336 – “Dionysus”.

As Commodore I want to get more members involved whether they have smaller or larger boats,  sail or power. Working with the committee we are planning all types of sailing and social events, to try to maximise the fun we all get from using our boats.

Rear Commodore - Cruising

Dave Prentis - 07957 110305

Dave PrentisAfter several years racing GP14s I discovered the joys of cruising the east coast some 20 years ago and have been based in Tollesbury ever since. I sail Wave Dancer, a Moody 346 (owned jointly with Tony Westbrook).

Most of my sailing is done with Tony and/or my wife Marion.

Rear Commodore - Racing

Jose Zalabardo - 07986 933889

Jose ZalabardoI started sailing in 2003. In the next six years I sailed over 6000 miles in twenty different boats. In 2009 I bought my first yacht, Scallywag, a Dehler 31, and brought it to Tollesbury.

I enjoy club cruises and races, although I never do very well in the races! I’m still getting to know our wonderful cruising grounds.


Tony Westbrook - 07785 705585

Tony WestbrookI sail Wave Dancer a Moody 346 which I own jointly with David Prentis - and we have had a boat at Tollesbury since 1990.

I started off sailing dinghies, and then crewed on other peoples yachts on the Solent, and cruised in Greece and the West Indies, before deciding that the East Coast was the best… if only the weather was better!

Committee Member

Mandy Jarvis - 07984 640294

Mandy JarvisI have sailed with my husband, Tony, on Amelia (Leisure 27) for one full season.

My sailing began in 1989 as crew on Sigma 38's in the Channel, then on a 43 foot Smack in the Blackwater. I have completed two RYA courses. I really enjoy the social aspect of our club and look forward to our next exciting season.


Colin Shead

Colin SheadI started sailing in 1972, and after a very brief encounter with a Mirror dinghy, have always sailed cruising yachts, mostly in the Thames Estuary. I am always interested in information, photos and ideas for the web site

In the sailing season you can often find me on Toodle Pip, a Moody 28, in berth D12.