Report by Josie and Zara. Photos by Doug. Once again Shotwick Lake Sailing Club hosted a fun, windy and sociable event with a small and competitive fleet of 7 Miracles taking to the water for the Welsh Area Championships on the 15th and 16th September. The forecast for the weekend
Thanks to everyone who turned up for the work party last Saturday? Particularly Rick who brought his new waterproof digger! and did a fabulous job of expanding the launch area along with Julian and George Tam. A great turnout by the existing and new members who turned up to help
It’s hard to believe that mid-summer’s day is almost here and the Summer Regatta is next Sunday 24th June. So what’s been happening so far this season? I thought it would be good to give a brief update of what’s been happening, who’s won what and how we’re doing as
Shotwick Lake Sailing Solo, Streaker and Handicap Open Meeting 22nd April 2018. We welcomed thirteen Solos, ten Streakers and three handicap boats to enjoy exciting racing at our spring regatta on 22nd April 2018. Ten of these were visitors enjoying the warm welcome and great sailing conditions that Shotwick Lake
Shotwick Lake Sailing is pleased to be holding our RYA Push The Boat Out / Open Day for 2018 on 12th May. Try dinghy sailing or windsurfing & receive a free introduction to the club facilities, with no obligation & no prior experience needed. Light refreshments available at a small
The club house had a face lift when volunteers painted the club house during the work party today. Despite the weather threatened to be cold and windy with the possibility of snow, we had a much better turn out of volunteers, which meant that we had to tackle indoor jobs
Our first adult dinghy sailing course of the year, RYA Level 1&2 begins on Thursday 5th April and continues on Thursdays 12th & 19th April and Saturdays 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th April. Bookings are now being taken on a first come first served basis for the six available places.
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