As Lily was not competing last night I do not have a report on the race, however here are the results and well done to Ken on Incantation in the NHC Class. If anyone can write a bit of a narative that would great... Since you won Ken how about a story from Incantation.


More videos will be available when I get back from the ISORA race this weekend.


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Sat. 9th September 2017;

Join us for one of our fun races to Llanddwyn and back; all welcome.

Skipper Briefing 11:00 BST
Start: Club Line 12:00 BST
HW Holyhead 13:06 BST

Course will be from the club start line down to the Fairway Buoy at Caernarfon Bar leaving it to starboard
The current coordinates for the Fairway buoy are 53° 06.450N 004° 25.001W LFl.10s returning to finish at the Club Line. Currently the weather foreast for Saturay is quite good with 13Kt at 230°. For details click here to see and move to the time line to Saturday.

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Race #5 30th August 

For the last race of the August Wednesday evening race the weather was ideal with a steady 8 to 10kt south westerly breeze and sunshine.

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From the start Lily and Carpe Diem lead the field on the breakwater side of the start line, Carpe Diem flying her kite from the approach to the start keeping up with Lily until Lily’s spinnaker hoist was complete. At the harbour entrance it was Lily leading the field with Just Enough to windward as they started the dead downwind leg to Bolivar. Just Enough’s asymmetric was pulling well but not able to sail as deep as Lily and the other following yachts all gybed sailing on port tack against

Race 4 26th July 2017

A brilliant start by Lily saw her first to the nuckle where her spinnaker hoist keept her ahead of the fleet all the way to Bolivar in F4 to F5 southwesterly winds. From Bolivar Houdini, as usual, made better to windward in strengthening winds and overtook Lily while Just Enough, with her reefed main, battled to overhaul Lily. Lily slowed to put in a reef on her main allowing Just Enough to get well clear. Incantation and Carpe Diem were having their usual dual and Flying Dragon was catching up to Lily; eventually overtaking her on the leg from Penrhos to Clipera. On this penultimate leg a major storm was developing with a huge dark cloud mass moving from west to east across the bay with thunder and lightning in the distance. Wind speeds suddenly increased and as Lily attempted to reef her genoa it split along a seam forcing her to retire and motor in head on into the harbour. Just Enough had similar problems and also retired.

Race 4 28th June

With a poor weather forecast of rain and strong gusty NE winds a reduced fleet lined up for the start. Houdini Carpe Diem and Just Enough getting the best of the start with Lily, again delayed by a mast climb to fix the anenometer and the subsequent rush, taking away to clear a problem with the halyards. 

Just Enough got the best of the first leg on course 3 towards Bolivar out performing both Houdini and Lily on the beat and rounded the