Year: 2014

Merry Christmas!

Wishing all our members, friends and visitors a very merry Christmas

Cowes Classic Week

Graham Kirkpatrick has brought our attention to an article from Cowes week which is an interesting read if you fancy a spot of light reading over Christmas  

Stop Press!

The last Sunday before Christmas was very wild, but so mild the only place Santa found some snow to park on was Skiddaw so he had to hitch a lift to the club in one of our Dories. While waiting

63rd AGM

Mark Somerville has been elected Commodore at the 63rd AGM held in the clubhouse. In addition the following were elected to support him for the forthcoming year. Vice-Commodore- Robin Dawson Hon Treasurer – William Carruthers Hon Secretary – Pauline Nicholson

It’s All Over

What little breeze there was this morning quickly disappeared leaving a mirror like lake, and the OD quickly hoisted N over A to abandon the final race of the season. Joan/Jack were not displeased and they had turned up to defend

Annual Dinner 2014

The annual dinner dance was held at Hundith Hill Hotel last night, and was attended by 80 members and guests, including Bass Week friends Kevin Bilham and Gary Ungless and their wifes. In fact their efforts to attend were recognised during Commodore

Winter Series Update

Whilst there is glorious sunshine there is a total lack of wind so the OD has abandoned sailing for the day. Last weekend there was only one race as the second race was cancelled due to no wind. Jim C

RYA Awards

Following our nomination , we are pleased to announce that Neil Garrison will today receive a RYA Community Award for his Outstanding Contribution to sailing from HRH Princess Royal at a ceremony being held in London. The nomination, and award,

Annual Prize Giving

For those that have bought tickets for next week’s dinner dance, please note that the timings have been amended to 7pm arrival for 7.30pm dinner. Just before the bonfire was lit and fireworks released, a prize giving was held for

Sunny Remembrance Day

Sunday started cold, bright, breezy but with some drizzle. Fortunately the drizzle soon passed through and 15 boats (well 16 if you include Gary’s new F15) took to the water after many sailors had put forward their advice and requests