Sailors continue to build to the Aarhus Worlds
The annual Wheels To Water event held on the 19th of May was again a great success, held under blue skies with weather to suit all of the sports engaged in making their sport accessible to all.
Local sailors are celebrating after securing podium places and a top ten place at the prestigious Eric Twiname Trophy youth event in Rutland, England.
Ballyholme’s Liam Glynn has secured the CH Marine Ulster Laser Championship on home water.
John Russell, the Sea Cadets boat station manager at Welsh Harp Boat Station, reports:
Pot Black – being organised by Peter Stonestreet on behalf of the RNVR Yacht Club and RNSA members are welcome. The event will start at 1100 from Cowes, will focus on the buoys in the central Solent and it will finish at 1500 with results announced at the Folly Inn at 1830.
Non-RNVRYC members should make their own arrangements for dining etc.
Sailing again part of UKAD campaign
The numbers were down a little with late Spring holidays featuring but nonetheless a good evenings sail that leaves the series in both classes delicately poised. Moby Jay sailing double handed did a great SOOD job setting a dead run in the northerly breeze down to Kemps Quay followed by a reach to Mother Bank and an upwind home.