Year: 2010

Slow Sunday

An extra hour in bed did nothing in terms of allowing the wind to fill in – it was mirror-like! The forecast was not for strong winds, so it may have been some time before we got a decision on

The Tale of Sale

Again the effects of Sale Fell were well and truly felt across all fleets as the SSW wind swung round it resulting in two opposing winds with a nasty calm bit in the middle (just where the windward mark was!).

Youth Squad

Robin Crawley, Harry Binns and Christina Tully represented Bass SC at the Onboard Regatta last Sunday at Low Wood Windermere. There was no wind (a bit like Bass) but all had loads of fun! Click here for report or photo

Winding Up

Another day racing concludes another series with Toggle and Mike each securing another trophy. Just one weekend left before this season’s prize list can be finalised.


  A couple of pics have surfaced from the weekend Kayla may not have got her leg over quick enough but was it necessary to stand on Mike’s head?   The result of a low speed collision with a not

October Series

Two for the price of one. With the first races in the October series being blown off, Saturday’s racing will be the only races that count in the series which is calculated on both a personal and a fleet handicap

Peter Davis

It is with sadness we advise that long standing member Peter Davis passed away at the weekend following a long illness. His funeral is to be held at St Mary’s RC Church, Cleator Moor at 10am on Monday 18 October.

Hat Overboard!

After a cool day on the water yesterday when Kayla got unusually cold, she opted to wear a hat today. However, Hat Overboard was the call as her hat blew off and she couldn’t catch it, but Mike cooly went

F15 Team Racing

As forecast, the blustery winds have passed through leaving good racing conditions for the fleet and their early start (Shame Jim Christie thought he was starting at 10.30 too!) A fleet of 13 boats are taking part in this year’s

Final Championship Weekend Series

Although the forecast was not very promising, the wind did fill in to get racing underway, but it then started to swing more to the East. William and Lezli-Ann Pearson were squeezed off the line by Sam Hall 🙁 which