Summer Club Regatta Sunday 24th June This year we are continuing with the new less formal format so why not come and join the fun? There are just 2 races; one handicap race and the other a pursuit race. No entry fee, no visitors and no third race!
Only the very keen (or foolish?) arrived at Shotwick Lake on Sunday morning (4th March) for the final race of the Brass Monkey Open Handicap Series. Competition was tight with any one of five boats being able to win the series. The snow had turned to rain but the wind
Sunday 17th December 1st Start 11:00hrs A fun event to end the season!! Start times based on Personal Handicaps. Followed by: Annual Prize-giving And Christmas Buffet (£3/person – please let the galley know if you can join us)
Why not join us at Shotwick Lake for our Frostbite Open Series running from 5th November to 10th December. There are 2 races every Sunday starting at 11:00hrs. We have a mixed handicap fleet from Optimists to Fireballs and use average lap times to ensure that everybody enjoys a good
A very enjoyable Miracle Welsh Area Championships took place over the weekend of 16th/17th September at Shotwick Lake Sailing Club. There was a great friendly holiday atmosphere throughout the weekend (which is usual for the Miracle fleet!) coupled with good weather and fair winds. Shotwick Lake is situated on the
Summer Regatta The new format of just two races for the Summer Club Regatta was a great success with an entry of 20 boats. The sun didn’t shine but the wind was kind and built gradually during the day from a pleasant force 2-3 in the morning to a lively
This year we are trying a new less formal format so why not come and join the fun? There are just 2 races: One handicap race starting at 11:00hrs and the other a pursuit race after lunch. No entry fee, no visitors and no third race! The changes are
The forecast was for a day of very light and variable wind but luckily the forecast was wrong! Competitors were greeted by a steady north-westerly that gradually increased throughout the day to 15 gusting 20mph. Great sailing especially combined with the blue skies and friendly competition. Disappointingly, there were just