Month: June 2008

Scottish Traveller

On Saturday/Sunday 28th. and 29th. June Sam took part in the laser radial event at Largo Bay S C Regatta in Scotland. This was part of the Scottish Traveller Series. Sam tied on points for 2nd. place but finished 3rd. on countback. There

Time Waits for No Man

Especially not casual sailors! Would the forecast come anywhere near true today? Well as yesterday, the wind filled in and there were more thrills and spills. Bridget clearly dressed for the occasion in her gnome outfit! (Why does she think

Bonjour, Bonjour

That is the message from Cecile and Marie who have popped back across to see some friends this weekend. As ever, they were spotted in a local hostelry, busy celebrating in their usual way – with a pint in their

GP14 Open

Saturday First day of Summer! Somewhat overcast, but the wind doth blow (a bit at least), from the forecast SW direction. The wind is due to pick up later in the afternoon, and give a good blast tomorrow! The first

More Traveller’s Trophies!

Saturday 14th. June 2008, Junior North West Travellers Series. Congratulations to Sam Hall who won all three races and received his trophy from Bolton SC’s Commodore.All competitors are looking forward to competing at Bassenthwaite on July 5th.

Enterprise National Inland Championships

Oops – Can you tell who it is yet?Click on the following link to see more photos of the event by Scumper Saturday 0900    There’s a multitude of keen sailors that arrived last night queuing up for bacon and egg

Wii Challenge!

Tonight’s the night that the Youth Squad put their sensory skills to the test.. With 20 entrants, and several rounds of ten pin bowling, it took some time to find the eventual winner, although some say it luked fairly obvious

RS400 Open

Saturday: Well the forecast was for not a lot of wind and that is what we got. Although before the start the wind had begun to fill in, with hopes of it being strengthened by a sea breeze (wishful thinking!),

Are You Man Enough?

That was the challenge that Zoo magazine set. to find their Man of the Year.Six hundred applicants, 10 finalists and one weekend at Commando Training Centre later, they found him. Our own boatman Tom Strong was one of those 10

Buoys Too Visible?

Was looking on google map for somewhere – then got distracted and looked at the club. Anyway could make out the buoys quite easily from Whitehaven – what’s the problem? Hugh Can you see what he means?