Regrettably this series will not take place this year following the decision to undertake significant upgrades over the winter period to the men’s changing room, crew room, and the quay.
Just in time for Christmas…
And if you liked that, try this. One long day in the summer holidays, one short day in mid-winter. No prizes for guessing which is which. With thanks to Susi Arnott
Tidal time-lapse over a 24 hour period shows a 8m spring tide of the Camel Estuary in Cornwall. A shot was taken every minute and the footage demonstrates the true pace of the tide.
Time is running out for the dingy dinghies
Don’t forget, maybe the good weather will hold out.
If you want to sail across some history next time you’re out, check out the wreck charts below. Don’t expect to see them at low tide however, as they are pretty much all broken up and buried. And afterwards?
Click the poster to find out more. Otherwise fish night is the same as always.
With enormous thanks to all those who contributed so generously, we now have Fusion Pro sail number 444 on the quay. I know that’s sail number 7 but it’s the same otherwise!
At a hastily convened meeting of the Club 400 Committee (typo section) it was decided that £321.80 for third place was a bit OTT, so the prize was arbitrarily reduced by 90%…
In Sarah’s absence the draw was run by Gill West. Probably a good thing, as Sarah won!
In Third place:the 73 people who submitted variations on “Between Rock and a hard place” Second place: “Must get the satnav fixed”: Michael Somers First place: “It wasn’t there when I parked it..”. – Roger Williams who wins his 15 minutes of fame. I was surprised the Water Ski contingent didn’t come up with: “How...
It looks like it is going to be a bit too wet and windy tomorrow so the racing has been cancelled.
It’s that time of year again when the pram racks are looking sorry for themselves. As usual all boats (prams and sailing dinghies) must be cleared from the racks before the end of October, and particularly so this year as we will be embarking on a massive clear up and re-organisation of the quay. If...
There were 40 for lunch at the club yesterday – that was really good. The downside was that because not all had booked by the cut off time of 11 a.m. on Saturday the galley couldn’t order extra meat to cater for even more wishing to attend, so some were disappointed. You can always ring...
regrettably this has had to be cancelled as a result of an unfriendly weather forecast. its just the opposite of that shown below.
No I don’t know what it means either, but as the laying up supper hoves into view, remember to book. There are only 64 tickets available!