Adele’s Report: Dan and I sailed at the Autumn Champs at WPNSA on the 30th of September and 1st of October. The weekend was quite breezy and we were lucky enough to share the course with the 470 and Finn class – this was one of their Olympic selectors. We completed 7 races over the weekend – 5 on the Saturday and 2 on the Sunday – this was due…
I am sure that many of you will remember Jo, who sadly, died on 11th March after a long illness. Jo was a lovely person; a keen Laser sailor and a very loyal servant of the Club. He was for many years on the sailing committee and most importantly edited, illustrated and produced the club’s newsletter “Centreboard”. Before the days of the internet this was the Club’s principal means of…
Spinnaker Club Firefly Open Meeting 2016 36 Fireflies converged on Spinnaker Club at Blashford Lake, over the weekend of the 29th-30th October for the Spinnaker Firefly Open as part of the Firefly Inland Championships.
BART’S BASH 2016 – A WINNERS VIEW
You may have read about Rear Commodore Sailing’s other sailing during June around Cape Wrath to Orkney. Those of you who missed seeing me back at Spinnaker in July may like to know we made it across the Pentland Firth into the Moray Firth via the lovely little harbour of Helmsdale And on through the Caledonian Canal from Inverness with 24 tacks down Lock Ness
The Dorset Schools Sailing Championships took place in Poole Park on Friday 1st July 2016. S
Happy Father’s Day!! A big thank you goes out to the Social Committee for the inspired idea of a Father’s Day race (Dads vs Children) / water fight!!!
The Sailing Committee has been asked to remind all sailors of proper trolley etiquette, especially those sailing off of the beach slipway nearest the club. Once you have launched your boat, please clear the trolley off of the slipway to enable those launching after you or landing before you to do so easily.