This Wednesday,14th March, the second of our Wednesday evening talks will feature Adam Savage explaining how to plan your race and get round the race course faster. The holy grail of sailboat racing explained for the benefit of the more experienced and beginners alike. A timely talk considering racing will recommence again on Sunday 25th March.
Adam is coach for the RYA North West RS200 squad.
7,30 pm start and finish by 8.30 so plenty of time for a drink and chat afterwards. Hope to see you all there.
On Saturday 24th March starting at 11.00am all the boats stored in the Boat Shed will be taken out of the Shed. Can all owners please attend on that day and if they cant make it please can they nominate a substitute to take their boat out of the shed and put it back on its berth. Dave Moore and Peter Glynn usually oversee this “event” and help all as required.
The following Tuesday repair begins on the back wall of the shed so it must be cleared of all boats by then.
Within our Sailing Club, March is a very busy month getting the club prepared for another amazing season on and off the water. So we thought we’d carry out a bit of maintenance work on our website.
Welcome to our updated online home.
We would like to thank Dave Smith for his tireless work in keeping the previous site up to date with all of the things which happen across our club and hope the updated site meets everyone’s needs.
If you have any comments about the new site, please feel free to visit our comments page and send us a message … Contact Us
Our well attended Snowflake series reached its conclusion on 25th February 2018. The Series winner was Phil Worth from Delph SC, 2nd was Elton’s Dave Read and 3rd was Paul Salmon. 1st Lady was Tina Morris and first junior was Alex Lowery. Congratulations to all who took part in this great series. April sees the start of our busy Spring sailing programme.