Dutyman is currently open for you to make your own choices regarding duty dates for this season. After 31st January, members who have not volunteered for their own dates will be allocated duties at random. You can now also use Dutyman to volunteer for work parties.
The last day of another successful season at Shotwick Lake Sailing concluded with a fantastic festive buffet preceded by the annual prize giving and the traditional “fun” Frostbite pursuit race. Every year the club awards a special prize in recognition of outstanding contribution to the club and this time the
Shotwick CYRC At Shotwick we are hosting the final North Wales CYRC (Club Youth Racing Circuit) of the 2019 season on 19th October. This is a great first time event for aspiring racers with coaching. Please put this date in your diary and help support the club by attending this
Sadly, we have decided to cancel tomorrows (Saturday, 27th April) Open event due to the adverse weather forecast. Cold, wet and windy with gusts in excess of 45 mph. It wouldn’t be much fun for the competitors, race officials or safety boat crew! I blame Storm Hannah. Many apologies for
The arctic weather of the previous week failed to deter competitors for the first race of the Brass Monkey series. There was a fantastic fleet of 24 boats swelled by 8 Toppers from the regional training squad. After removing blocks of ice out of boats and thawing the sheets, all
Please select your Dutyman dates before the start of the season. You will be aware that as club members we each take turns to help out with race duties. Members are encouraged to choose their own duties online via the club website at the beginning of the season. (You should
An impressive entry of 29 boats took to the water at the weekend for the 5th and 6th races of our Open Frostbite series. The weather was perfect with a light to moderate southeasterly breeze blowing diagonally across the lake coupled with unbroken autumn sunshine. However, the large fleet didn’t
Racing Programme Review It’s time to review this season’s racing programme and plan ahead for 2019. The headline figure this year is that there has been a 52% increase in the number of boats racing so we must be getting something right! There are more details on the link