Month: September 2017

Soaked!

Despite the odd rain shower in the morning the weather stayed dry with good spells of sunshine to take the chill out of the air. Much to Herb’s dislike, the day’s racing comprised a two pursuit race series. Mik led

Small World

Knowing that we are short of something to report, Neil has advised that he is 500 miles from home on a Padi diving course at Falmouth, he walks past the sailing club and sees signs saying it’s the FF Nationals

Final Championship Series

Some blustery conditions on Saturday morning eased to leave near champagne racing conditions in the (slightly) warmer weather with sunny intervals. Today’s racing is for the final weekend series of the championship season, but as the winners have already been

Paul Carruthers’ Memorial Trophy

As if we didn’t realise it, we can never rely on the forecast at Bass. Though there was a good breeze at the start, it was shifting and not consistent in strength, but blowing from the north gave the OD

Bart’s Bash

Despite a poor pre=registration for this year’s Bart’s Bash there was a turnout of 13 boats in the light northerly airs. There were numerous threats of rain, but it was limited to a few spits and spots. Steve/Izzy in a

Lake Level

With the water level already at the top of the slipways, and 25mm of rain, topped up with high winds, forecast through to midnight Wednesday, it’s worth considering about the safety of your boat if it’s berthed on the foreshore.

Tinker Trophy

While we have a team away at the 24 hour race we have our annual visit from the Tinker Association for one of the rallies, and we hold an all fleet handicap series with nine boats taking part on another sunny

Night Jar 17

To quote TS Elliot the Night Jar series “ended with a whimper”. It was very wet, it was windy and nobody really wanted to go through the routine of rigging and launching. John & Hazel said they might if they

SOAKED – The New Play by Emma Rydal

Rosehill Theatre and La’al Marra Productions presents the premier of Soaked on Saturday 30 September at 7.30pm followed by a post show discussion. Soaked is the new play by acclaimed local writer and actress Emma Rydal and the first play

Bart’s Bash

Bassenthwaite is taking part in the Global Sailing Event ‘Barts Bash’ at 2.30pm on Saturday 16th September 2017.  I am sure you are all aware of the events history which is now in its 4th year and is the largest

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