To help with the location of vessels in the marina area
These photographs and are copyright. We have permission from Eye In The Sky Cinematography to show them in this article. They have been added so that you may be able to locate specific vessels from these images taken from the drone footage.
You can also see them in a google photos album on this link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/YxNiTaJ6l9VKbBjQ2
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Following discussions over the last few weeks the Management Committee have reached a decision on a new contract with Caernarfon Harbour Trust to service our club’s moorings for 2018.
We are still looking at options for the future but it was decided, during these discussions, that in order to achieve maximum use for our moorings for this season we would draw up a contract with the CHT. The work is anticipated to take about 3 - 4 days and is programmed to be completed during the first two weeks in March.
The options we have been considering include:
- The club obtaining a suitable craft for the Bosun to carry out this work in future years. A number of vessels have been considered but a full business benefit study will be required along with an analysis of how well the contract with Caernarfon Harbour Trust works.
- Possibility of contracts with other contractors who own suitable craft
In reviewing the options there are concerns over suitability, responsibility and insurance cover as well as costs and reliability.
The contract with CHT provides suitable insurance for the vessel and the planned works; our Bosun, Brett, will be tasked with checking and photographing the mooring risers and connections; the trots will be straightened and repositioned so that all our moorings are in the prescribed area.
We are looking forward to a great season with well spaced moorings!
Our heartfelt thanks to all involved in making this happen.
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Race 4 February 25th
Thanks to Paul Sutton for standing in as race organiser and reporter...
Wind varied 10-27 Kts generally easterly. Course: Langdon (S), Bolivar (S), finish. Even port tack start with Pipedreamer and Just Enough to windward. By end of breakwater, normal service resumed with Espresso leading, JJ second, JE third and Pipedreamer languishing in fourth. JJ and Pipedreamer flew their kites to Langdon, but with doubtful efficacy and the order did not change. Almost a beat to Bolivar and broad reach from there to finish. JJ and JE both flew kites from Bolivar, JE overtaking Pipedreamer again......once they had rescued their spinnaker halyard.
The real fun started in the marina, but that would be telling tales out of school![editor's note: Can't wait to hear Paul!]
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One of the club's directors, Mike Ripley, has asked for this information to be shared with all our members.
Mike said “We want to generate as much publicity as possible to assist HHCG by reducing CH16 to them for radio checks. You can find details of The National Coastwatch Institution on our national web site or those specific to Rhoscolyn NCI the Rhoscolyn Site”.
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