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Tomorow is the 7th June

Well tomorrow a gradual return for some social sailing, after the Covid 19 lockdown, looks a little blustery and we may need some wet weather gear, but it will be great to catch up with some mates after 10 weeks away from the lake, As you all know the summer series has been cancelled, and we can only look forward, to tongue in cheek racing, and practicing our boat handling stuff. The lake is in super condition, and we have two jettys in use, one on each bank . So with a bit of luck catch up tomorow.

Bank activity during a 2019 National event at Scotland Farm ,Home of L.R.S.C

UPDATE 3RD JUNE

 

UPDATE 3RD JUNE 2020

We are gradually coming out of lock down, but I am sure there is still a long way to go. Social sailing is now permitted at Scotland farm in groups of 6 , and because of the space we have , we can sail with 6 on each bank providing social distancing is observed. There will be notices on the clubhouse from Sunday 7th June with certain rules that need to be followed. Members will also have received an email that includes the risk assesment. In the coming weeks we will update members, but at all times the club will follow the MYA guidelines, as to what we can do. Many thanks for your patience at this very difficult time.

DF 95 Winter series round 7

 

A breezy morning greeted 11 skippers for some fast mainly B suit racing up and down the East bank. Keith H was on fire all morning winning the first race getting a second in race two and then winning the remaining five, Pete Wa had a great morning and managed to take race two but was unable to stop Keith rampage. Roger Bowtle was sailing the first 4 races with his C suit and was well in contention and could have won a couple , when the wind gust’s were strong and long and the B suiters were Finding it tough. Mick Ch normaly pretty quick was given a lesson today in a fleet that is steadily inproving, Our two newest skippers Greg and Tony having only just got their 95’s only had an A rig ready and it was far to windy for that , Kindly Greg and Tony stayed around and learnt a bit and also helped with doing the scoring.

Just a word of thanks to Roger b who always get the kit ready for racing when he is around and all the other helpers who helped get everything sorted in the absense of and official OOD .

A good mornings racing and a huge well done to Keith for the win ( almost whitewash ) in very breezy conditions .

This was the final race in the series So Jen will now sort out the final standings with discards and they will be posted ASAP

Keith on a calm day

95’s racing somewhere near you !!! many thanks Sue Brown for the piccy

I.O.M Winter series round 11

Wow , and Wow again, a fantastic clear crisp morning greeted the 9 brave skippers who took no notice of recent weather bombs and came to do battle. wind was a gusty 15 to 25 knots I would say over the duration of the morning ,,l The bouys were retrieved from the far corners of the lake ( Thanks Jorge ) by Mick Ch and Pete Wa and relaid to set a great course on the East bank,  Rob got all the starter gear sorted and a few skips were contemplating which rig to use , (A suit definitely being left in the box.) Racing started prompt at 10 am and Rob got off to a flying start winning the first two races, Mick Ch jib luff downhaul broke before the start and a hasty repair did not last a minute, Dave Rigby took a well deserved 2nd spot with Chris E having a major rig problem also in the first race. The wind  (Guess) must have been around 18 knots at this stage and B suit was coping very well even in the gusts. Race three saw the win by Mick Ch with the Sedici closely followed by Pete Wa with his Slimtel, and Dave R in third racing a Vision,  Race four saw winning ways return to Rob W with the Brit Pop,,,, where Mick Ch on the final beat with loads in hand for the win went into irons during a tack, and the rest was history,,, ( Funny how you look back on these defining moments ) Pete Wa got third,  Time for a well earned cup of coffee, especially for the golden oldies who found they had to jog along the bank to keep up with their boats on the very fast downhill run. After the coffee the recharged Chris E with the Brit Pop came out fighting and took the first two races, With Pete Wa keeping up a very good average to stay in contention. Last race was won again by Chris E. but it was not enough on the day, where Rob W took the honours from Mick Ch and Chris E, some very fast and furious racing in the last 2/3 races with the wind strength increased  to poss 20/24 knots,,,  and to keep the boat alive on the run was a real test of skill with several spectacular wipe outs , by far the best sailing we have had for some time, in tough conditions, ensuring your boat could stand up to the conditions and not break was a feat in itself . we started with 9 skippers and by the end only two had dropped out.

well done Rob for the win ,, and many thnks to all who helped put the kit away great sailing ,  but hey I would like to try out my top suit next time please , so not so much wind   The final round 12 is next up on the 22nd March .

 

a couple of pics from the nats at Fleetwood last year

Jen Hand

 

Mick Ch

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