Month: August 2017

Night Jar 16

After a glorious day, many wanted to end it with an evening sail, but it was not to be, the light breeze that was there on their arrival faded to nothing, and the race was cancelled, not that it stopped

August Bank Holiday

For some people that have been camping since Thursday, Saturday marks the middle of their weekend break, and they have been joined by the Southport and GP14 cruisers. With a good westerly breeze, and some sunny spells, there was an

Night Jar 15

With a load of members camping on site it was hoped that the number of boats racing in this round of the Night Jar would increase.  But, apart from Banter’s Skiff, it was the Thursday regulars who made up the

Bank Holiday Weekend

Due to other commitments we only have one paid rescue crew available this bank holiday weekend  so we are looking for two extra volunteers if we are to do any racing this weekend. If you can help please email Robin.

Slow Sunday

With another Bass Week behind us, some have gone on holiday for a rest resulting in a quiet weekend, sailing wise, which is why we host the annual triathlon the Saturday after Bass Week. Far from being quiet, there 350

Long Bank Holiday

As you are probably aware, we have an extra camping day at the club next week. Camping and caravans are allowed on the club site from Thursday 24th August –  Monday 28th August. Due to having the extra day we have organised some

Night Jar 14

It was mucky evening with rain and low cloud.  So it isn’t surprising that there were few takers.  Five to be precise!  Peter was on the food and AJ & Sue on re-stocking the galley after Bassweek so they all

Are you covered if your trailer fails?

An interesting read about problems of roadside recovery if you're towing a boat trailer. See article

The ONE Bassenthwaite Lake Sailing Week

Our annual regatta starts on 5th August, though the camp site is already looking busy! To follow what is happening, and the latest results, go to our dedicated website www.bassweek.org.uk  Here’s some great drone footage by caterer Alan

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