There was a fantastic turnout of twenty boats representing seven different clubs for the first round of the 2022 Border Counties Midweek sailing series at Shotwick Lake. Competitors were greeted by the smell of bacon butties and it was good to catchup with friends and welcome newcomers to the events.
On St Georges (April 23rd) ’22, the Northern Solo Circuit crossed the border into the land of dragons. With many Jones’ a Huw and a Gwyn in the Shotwick home Solo fleet their was no doubt that the travellers were now in Wales (just). Croeso i Gymru! Due to a
Why not join us at Shotwick Lake for our Frostbite Open Series running from 3rd November to 8th 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 race.
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
Shotwick CYRC At Shotwick we are hosting the final North Wales CYRC (Club Youth Racing Circuit) of the 2018 season on 20th 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
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
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
It is the spring open regatta on Sunday. There will be 4 races,of which 3 will count, starting at 10:30am. Don’t forget that members have had problems with the very slow moving lorry travelling on the road towards the club.
Sunday the 1st of February saw the start of Shotwick Lake’s 2015 season, and the first race of the inaugural Brass Monkey. With a steady F5 (avg.25kts) blowing from a NNW direction an uncomplicated, mainly reaching course was set up for the 5 visitors and 9 home boats that had