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
There was a great turnout for the start of the Brass Monkey Series. The 14 boats enjoyed light winds and lovely sunshine for the first race. Lets hope that the weather continues to improve every Sunday.
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. (Log in
Shotwick Lake Brass Monkey Open Series For more information contact: email@example.com From Sunday 4th February 2018 to Sunday 4th March 2018 5 races over 5 sundays (3 to count) Start time 11am £10 Entry Price (including boat storage) Junior Entry Price: £5
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
Do you recognise any of these boats? An audit of stickers and berths has been undertaken at the work party today. These are some of the boats which have been removed to the graveyard. If you recognise them please contact a Jayne Rowland, Paul Newman or Mark Heaton immediately. There
North Wales OnBoard Festival 2017 To all Shotwick Lake junior sailors, This year the North Wales RYA OnBoard Festival is being held at Bala on 2nd and 3rd September. This is a great way to take part in a fun weekend with different fleets aimed at all levels of sailor.
We would like to invite you to attend our forthcoming Fun Day at Shotwick Lake on 16th July 2017. This is a great opportunity to take part in some water based fun and to meet other members at the club. Normal Sunday racing is giving way to some relaxed fun activities