Month: May 2004

Tinkering About

At the end of the Whitsun break, and with all the glorious weather, a lot of sailors were obviously tinkering about at somewhere other than the club! Those that did sail enjoyed some good racing. Toggle Cowan took to the

Farewell to Thirteen?!

On Sunday afternoon there was a pennant race in aid of the RNLI which is usually sailed around the lake. As the sun shone, the wind picked up over the lunch hour (60mph gust according to the new weather station

5 secs for fame

Sun and wind – what a combination to as a back drop to this weekend’s racing. Bean and Toggle took best advantage of a slight wind drop at the end of the first race to win it on handicap, but

We are the Champions

While the south of the country suffered rain and floods, Bass sailors enjoyed a perfect weekend of glorious sunshine, and force 3/4 winds (even though they did have a bite to them!).There were many exciting, and testing, reaches;  the odd

Sunny Sunday

A glorious weekend was not sufficient to tempt many people back to the water for the Fleet Challenge, but those that turned out were rewarded with good sailing winds. As ever, with all four races to count, consistency won the

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