Please note the date of this event has changed due to the adverse weather forecast! At Shotwick we are hosting the final North Wales CYRC (Club Youth Racing Circuit) of the 2017 season on Saturday 28th October (New Date). This is a great first time event for aspiring racers with
Have you ever considered having a go at dinghy sailing or windsurfing but never had the opportunity. Now is your opportunity – come down to Shotwick Lake on Saturday 11th June between 11am and 4pm. Open to everyone for a free introduction to the facilities at the sailing club with
Following the success of the Frostbite (#thefrostawakens), the Brass Monkey Strikes Back! A 5 week series for those so desperate to sail, they’ll go out in anything! Format as in 2015 – 1 race per week for 5 weeks each starting at 11am. £10 per person for the series. Boat
A fun event to end the season! Prizes for the best decorated boat & best fancy dress! A pursuit race, with Le Mans style starts from the beach and start times based on personal handicaps. Briefing 10:30, 1st start 11:00. Duration for the slowest boat 90 minutes. Race to be
Shotwick is running an Open Series in November and December 2015. Details as per the poster. This series usually brings many out to grab some late season sailing before the cold really sets in and has a wide range of levels. This year looks set to see recently increased fleets,
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.
So the Brass Monkey is done and we have some prize winners. Well done to Paul Newman and John Purdie / Mark Nield for winning in the Scorpion and to Joe Sargent for coming second in his Radial. Also, a mention to Jeremy Cooper who came third and on 2014 PY
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