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    Club Sailing 09/05/21

    Owing to the weather on Saturday the scheduled RYA onboard course was postponed to the Sunday which meant that the shore line was particularly busy with lots of young sailors hitting the water for the first time. The wind was a variable on Sunday but the students were able to get out for both morning and afternoon sessions and with club members sailing as well it was a great sight to see so many boats

    Published 19:57 on 11 May 2021

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    Family Sail weekend

    This weekend saw our first family sail weekend of the season. In spite of the cold and in some cases bizarre weather conditions (sunny and clear one minute to snowing the next) the adult and child learners made excellent progress well beyond the skills required to gain a stage or level one. The instructors were very impressed with the sailing skills developed over the weekend and hope that the learners will continue with the club

    Published 00:00 on 3 May 2021

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    Club Sailing 25/04/21

    It was a busy day up at the club today with a lot of members new and old getting their boats out for the season. Despite the low wind conditions we also managed to run the inaugural race of the season. It was great to get out in the sunshine and see so many people enjoying their sailing and paddle boarding.

    Published 00:00 on 27 Apr 2021

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    Club Sailing 18/04/21

    Light winds this week but we got out in 5 boats and a SUP in the afternoon, it was great winds for testing out the kit after the long winter break and fine tuning the rigging for the season to come. Members also used the light wind day to work on a variety of jobs around the site and we got to marvel at the new shed which is now fully in place and ready

    Published 00:00 on 19 Apr 2021

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    Flying Finn

    Wow, today at Grassholme was quite exciting. A moderate to stiff south westerly breeze enticed some onto the water. Others having  studied the weather forecast decided that doing work on shore was more to their liking. By the time Richard, Finn and Ian were ready to go the wind had settled to a challenging force four to five. Richard, with Finn, launched first in Richards Laser EPS. Closely shadowed by the safety boat they fizzed across

    Published 15:39 on 30 Nov 2020

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    New launching ramp and boat park coming close to completion

    The initial work on the reservoir is beginning to come to a close and they think it will still be ready by the end of the year in order to allow it to refill .  We have a central tarmac strip with a 'T' join onto the top of our new ramp - it's looking great (in my opinion).  Our place that we used to tack up has now been extended to provide disabled parking, with

    Published 15:37 on 30 Nov 2020

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