Category: Racing

Weekend Series

The lake was surprisingly calmer than forecast on Saturday, though started off a little drizzly, so there were a few takers for the start of the weekend series. The wind and gusts did pick up a little over the course

Topper, NWJTT and Mirror Open

Three fleets totalling 42 boats took to the water for an afternoon of sun and shifting winds. With light winds forecast from the east, there was a bit of hope that a sea breeze from the south west was starting

Just the Job

In contrast to last weekend’s sunny windy weather, Saturday was overcast with a lack of wind. There had been a good turnout for the morning training session, but fewer numbers for the afternoon race. Those that were there were keen

Whit Bank Holiday

Saturday was sunny, warm, but blustery and only a few hardy sailors were planning to sail (or was that swim in Alastair’s case?). However, within 15 mins of the start time the wind suddenly eased as it fought with itself

Royal Wedding Weekend

It wasn’t only the Windsor wedding that enjoyed wall to wall sunshine on Saturday. Though the wind was patchy over lunch, the sea breeze came in and built up throughout the afternoon. Mike/Kayla continued with their cover tacking over Ian/Lezli-Ann

Night Jar 4

It was another warm evening. The wind filed in from the South West and eighteen crews set off on a 0-A-2-B course.  Paul and Vicky in their GP weren’t quite over at the start and led down the beat.  But

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Sunshine All The Way

Defying the forecast, Saturday had sunshine all the way to welcome over 40 visitors to the club and get them on the water as part of the RYA’s Push the Boat Out campaign. The wind was light but at least

Night Jar 3

It was a bright evening with a chilly F3 westerly wind.  The OD chose 0-A-3 as the course and fifteen crews started on a heavily port biased line.  John Reekie’s Solo led at the windward mark ahead of Ian/Mike in

May Bank Holiday

Who would believe a sunny bank holiday weekend? When the morning mist shifted on Saturday it revealed a warm sunny day.  The wind was forecast to be Southerly but it swung between northwest and southwest being light and with many

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