Monthly Archives: September 2020

Duke of Edinburgh Trophy 20th September 2020

Sunshine, and wind between 16-18kt provided a splendid day’s racing for the coveted trophy, and a large entry across all our fleets was in evidence. It was a very successful event. Well planned, and well executed with excellent support from the team out on the water.  Three different race courses were featured to try and […]

Cat Open Success

Report by Cat Fleet Captain Neil Klabe. The A class National Championship was held over the weekend (19th-20th September) at Weston Sailing Club. It was split into two groups: the Foilers and Classics. Day one on the Saturday was raced in very gusty and shifty conditions and saw our own hot shot Julian Bosch show […]

Wednesday Afternoons – Nigel’s Blog

16th September After the glories of last week, it was obviously too much to hope for a repeat. This time the weather conspired against us.  XC gave a breezy 16-21mph forecast, but the waves breaking on the shore in the rather brisk NNE wind told a different story. Never mind,  Chris Clarke and Peter Gee […]

Commodore’s Blog

August 2020 This is my first ever “Commodore’s Blog”, one of a long list of first-time things I’ve done in my first six weeks as your new Club Commodore. I’m keen to look forward rather than backward (the view through your windscreen is always bigger and better than through your rear-view mirror).  However, it would […]