Next Race this Saturday 29th October,
13:00 start 4 races back to back
Ken on Incantation saved the day by offering to be the committee boat for the OOD Geraint “Washie” Pritchard who had just flown back from Barcelona for the event.
Simon P offered to man the Pin end mark boat. Elfryn and Connor manned the safety boat.
The rest of the backroom boys and girls were made up of Jane, Mal, and Emma on the committee boat.
With the easterly wind F2-3 the course was set for 2 laps of the triangular course - Committee boat line beat to NE buoy, yellow Mackenzie buoy, back around committee boat twice. Mike Thorne somehow managed to pick up the protection 3 Foot buoy off the back of the committee boat and sailed down the line weaving between the boats screaming “trying to dump this” and dum
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Next Race, Race 5 Sunday 30th October
11:00 start so meet at the Club at 10:00.
Following feedback it has been decided to ONLY race on Sundays in the Winter Series.
Expected duration of approx 2hrs sailing.
Nigel has suggested that we should change the start time to 13:30 can you let me know if this is an acceptable change. Original Course selection 10;00 at the club Race Start 11:00 Revised suggestion would be Course selection 13:00 Start time 13:30
Weather Forecast for next Sunday:
Today's forecast for next Sunday looking like high pressure, less windy and from the SW..
Race 4 Report -23rd October
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Dinghy report Saturday 15th October 2016.
15 boats turned up last Saturday a record for HSC.
4 Radial Lasers, 6 Lasers full rig ,1- 4.7 Laser rig helmed by cadet member Harri, an RS Vario, and 3 Oppies.
Ricardo Roberts blasted into the lead leaving the Radials wondering where his boat speed had come from. Then they Sussed it he had changed sails from last week and was on big boys full sail. The Dick of the Day Award went to Gareth P who rigged his boat for the first time this year only to find a mouse had eaten his sail, he quickly borrowed a sail only to make the race start to find out it had no battens in so had to retire to the beach to get some from his eaten sail.
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Dinghy report October 9th 2016.
11 boats turned up to the first series of the year kindly sponsored by DC Evans.
Once they had found their boats in the long grass, and with Simon and Sue in the committee boat and Jim and Sarah in the safety boat, battle commenced.
5 Laser radials,4 Lasers full rigs, A Merlin Rocket and an RS Vario lined up at the start.
This was a triangle sausage to make it fair for the spinnaker boats. It took 34 mins for DC to win by almost a minute in front of John Burnell - just goes to prove sailing a Laser in Trearddur Bay over the summer pays.
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Website User Groups
I have setup the following new user groups to refine the information held on the website for our registered members. This will enable the web administrators to direct more useful content to you. It will also allow you to register on specific Forums on the club website. While I was reviewing how we can support the registered members on the website I noticed that I had no records of any yachts or boats which were not on the club moorings. In order to be able to communicate better with ALL the boat owners in the club I have created notes on each yacht against their registered owner. This will enable us to collaborate more with the yachts on the marina, the dinghies in the park.
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