Month: September 2016

You can’t keep a good man down…

Unless you put him in a submarine!

Final Weekend Series

Wild, but warm, winds whipped up some large waves, spindrift and lots of white horses which faded as the day went on, but not sufficiently to tempt more than one boat to race, therefore, racing was cancelled. Throughout the weekend,

You are invited…

… to see our very own Miss Emma Rydal in her latest production You are welcome to attend at any, or all, of the following venues commencing this Saturday. Brigham Village Hall 24th September Ullock Hall 25th September Muncaster 7th

Winter Boat Storage

We are considering the viability of renting a unit for storing boats over the close season, and wonder if anyone else needs such a facility that could be shared with us. If so, please contact Phil Davenport or email us

SUPBikeRun Weekend 24/25 September

The above event is being held at the club next weekend alongside the final championship series of the year and, as ever, we need some help on the bar, galley and rescue. It is not expected to be hectic as the

Tinker Weekend

It might be cooler but there’s still plenty of sun, and a lack of wind… While team Bass are competing at Southport in the 50th 24 hour race, 11 Tinkers are visiting the club this weekend and held three races

The birth of a new fleet

It started with the Sailing Sec standing at the end of the jetty (when he had some spare time) remotely controlling his new toy, a DragonForce 65 yacht. Within weeks, Bean joined the action, and today the small family massively

Rescue Saturday 17 September 

We are hosting an open for Tinkers this weekend alongside club racing and need an additional couple of people to help on rescue from around 12.30hrs. If you can help please contact Mike Hunter

Personal tutors abound!

Saturday started with an open day, promoted by the RYA, to introduce people to sailing with taster sessions for which there was a a lot of interest and some good sailing conditions being bright and sunny with light winds. Saturday’s racing

Night Jar 17

It wasn’t as rough as last week but it was still windy for this, the final round of the Night Jar. As last week, the wind was WSW and the course 0-2-B which used the same marks as, but the