Month: May 2015

Weekend Racing

After a changeable week weatherwise for the Whit half term there was a great turnout, especially in the slow handicap fleet. Various Flying 15s were competing in the Northern championship being held at Windermere so Chris/Julie sailed in the handicap

Night Jar 5 – still chilly for late May!!

The fifth round of the Night Jar took place in a medium strength westerly wind. The forecast squalls went to the North and the South of Dubwath Bay but it was again chilly for late May. The course was 0-B-A-3-4

Push the Boat Out Memories

With thanks to Victoria Murray, here’s some photo memories of the recent open weekend encouraging everyone to Push the Boat Out!

Topper NW Areas and Laser Open

Online entries for Topper NW Areas on 13/14 June and Laser Open on 13 June can be made at To obtain £5 discount on either event, entries must be made no later than 6th June.

Late May Bank Holiday

Sailors were greeted with more cloud and slightly less wind than Sunday for the conclusion of the weekend series. The race officer set an excellent course for the first race which included 3 beats, numerous spinnaker legs utilising most of

Great Winds – Shame About the Clouds

Sundays sailors were greeted with a Westerly Wind, force 3-4, but it was also Cloudy and Cold in contrast to Saturday. A number were feeling under the weather, apparently bedtime was 0430hrs, including the rostered OD who had swapped his

Final Races in Morgan, Barf, Spring Cup & Red Sails Trophies

Saturday saw the above long series come to an end. Mike & Kayla had a 1st and a 2nd which made them clear winners of the Flying Fifteen Morgan Trophy. Dave & Lynn won all the races in the Spring

Late May BH Weekend

A large number of members took the opportunity of a decent weather forecast to bring Caravans and Tents to our wonderful Club for the long weekends sailing events. A group of our Ladies decided a trip to the nearby Lakes

Night Jar 4

Not so nice an evening last Thursday with overcast sky and a cold SW medium wind. However, sixteen boats took to the water. The OD didn’t want to risk the wind shadow at 9 so B was moved downwind of

Calvert Trust Pennant 2015