Friday Sailing 28th November 2014

Another weird day with an easterly wind coming over the Cafe and through the trees. Nothing unusual with the progress up the first leg but as soon as a boat approached the "Cherry" windward buoy an invisible force field took over…

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Friday Sailing 21st November 2014

We welcome new club member Tom Rodger and wish him success in his sailing. A difficult easterly breeze, non existent at times, tested OOD Stan's course setting skills but we managed to complete ten races using a mixture of one and…

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Friday Sailing 14th November 2014

Twelve skippers and our guest Tom braved the early morning downpour and were rewarded with a warm and sunny November day's sailing. The SW wind was light and variable but we managed to complete ten races and didn't have to…

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Mermaid Trophy 2014

The fleet of 20 Marbleheads made a fantastic spectacle on Guildford Model Yacht Club's Abbey Meads water on Sunday 2nd November. The forecast strong winds did not materialise, but there was sufficient winds in the afternoon gusts to generate some…

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Friday Sailing 31st October 2014

Another lovely warm Friday with skippers stripping down to shirt sleeves and basking in the sun. The same could not be said for the wind which remained frustratingly shifty and never settled. Only one skipper managed to excel in these…

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Friday Sailing 24th October 2014

We got lucky with the weather - the promised rain never materialised and we had a reasonable SW wind although not as strong as forecast. There were no unresolved instances and everyone did their penalty turns without complaint. Few clubs can…

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Sunday Sailing 19th October 2014

Challenging conditions with a SSW wind coming over the trees and never settling in any one direction. John M arrived with his "B" suit having made the mistake of looking at the weather forecast. He did have some success, however,…

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Friday Sailing 17th October 2014

Another cracking sunshine filled October day with a gentle SSW wind. It was so warm that skippers were taking clothes off rather than putting extra layers on which is the usual activity at this time of year. All this "arm waving"…

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