Year: 2006

Bonfire Night

We held our annual bonfire night social, which, with a little help from all those attending was as spectacular as ever. About 50 members and guests came along with display fireworks which were all set off under the careful supervision

What a State!

Problem is, not sure whether we’re relating to Mark or his caravan!

Tales From Down Under!

Hi there all you in autumnal Europe. Can’t resist telling you all how yesterday went. Andrew got me an invitation to Balmain SC. It’s the oldest sailing club in the harbour (1856) and was holding its annual regatta weekend .

End of the October Series

The October series finished this weekend with Nigel Lewis and Steve Hunt in contention for the honours. A miserable day on Saturday with wind and rain saw Steve take pole position with some good results – a first and third.

Championship is Finalised

On Saturday, sun and rain with the wind forcing its way either side of Sale Fell provided some interesting conditions for the final weekend series of the season. Robbie D in an RS400 had super lightweight crew Ethan on board

Antiques Roadshow

For anyone that watched an item on this week’s Antiques Roadshow about a diary and skeleton keys kept by a prisoner of war, it may be of interest that they belonged to our very own former commodore and trustee, the

Weekend Update

5 mins of fame! Well that’s what everyone seemed to want on Saturday afternoon. First there was the OD that decided to ‘follow the guidelines’ and start the F15 first much to the confusion of the handicap fleet, and then

Flying Fifteen (not quite) Team Racing

Due to a multitude of reasons, the normal 20+ entries for this event did not materialise and the team racing was cancelled in favour of straight racing, but for those who did turn out, what a glorious two days of

Saturday 14 October

Saturday morning saw the final training session of the Autumn.  Well done to Dave, Sue and Lewis Tyson, Kevin & James Finnegan, Steve & Gill Sharp, Thomas Bainbridge, Max Statter, Martin Parker who all passed Level 1 and to Dave

Autumn’s Over?

Well the Autumn Cup at least! Saturday saw the end of the final long series of the season. In the GP 14s the Autumn Cup was already decided so Hugh & Rhonwen didn’t need to sail and chose to stay

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