Workshop permits are now available for any member wishing to repair their own craft in the red shed.
The shed also has to provide rescue boat and training/hire equipment storage and this needs to be safely accessed by members. This means there is space for one boat only, so please use the whiteboard in the shed to add your boat to the waiting list.
The pay and display permits cost £12 and are avilable from the boat hire box in the club house. Simply fill in a receipt and fix permit to your boat. Please note that any members boats left in the red shed without a valid permit may be removed.
The forecast was for winds gusting 25 miles an hour! Were we going to have an eventful race or had Metcheck got it wrong? Peter Rose was the A.O.O.D. , and you could see by the look in his eye you knew he was going to start on time! Two of the regular sailors, who will be nameless should of known better and make sure they have plenty of time to reach the start line! So Hugh set the pace in his Topper, closely followed by Monica and Jon in his Solo. 20 seconds to go for the start of the Laser mob and David managed to reach the start line and find a gap start the race in a good position. During the race the Jolly Sailor noticed Ken was on his hands and knees, was he doing a quick prayer for some decent wind did he slip up? Unfortunately it was the latter and the end result was a bloody nose and still no wind. The results were 1st. Steve. 2nd. Chris. 3rd. David. Remember its Pink Day next Saturday. So let Monica know if you want a breakfast. Followed by Pirates and if that isn’t enough its our Open Day too!
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