Tyler West was recently awarded the Endeavour Trophy for his enthusiasm and commitment to sailing with the club last year. Here he is pictured with the trophy. Well done Tyler.
ROWING AND SAILING ON THE BASIN
Some more photos of the afternoon:
The Ian Grant Smith, a Shannon – class water-jet driven vessel officially on station last Friday, to a cacophony of ships’ sirens and hooters.
All this attention was rewarded by a demonstration of its agility, wit a series of donuts worthy of Top Gear.
JOINT CAPSIZE/ RECOVERY EXERCISE WITH RNLI
Joint exercise with RNLI, with information being exchanged on recovery of sailors from water, as well as advice to the lifeboat crew on best practice when righting capsized dinghies.
Paul in Pico probably spent more time in the water, while Kathy and Bryan came close second, with th e420 sail resembling a prop from “Pirates of the Caribbean’s “Black Pearl
Rory and Patrick rounded the fleet off with the Wayfarer.
Ewan calmly imparted knowledge and experience from a somewhat crowded Club RIB. However, when that engine started to play up, and was guided home, what followed looked like an attempt to break Guinness World record for overcrowding a “D” class inflatable.
PICTURES TAKEN EARLIER IN AFTERNOON BY ARLENE
EAGERLY AWAITED NEW GATES
The word is that Rory is back, refreshed from holiday, and eager to complete the work on the gates.
OPEN DAY SATURDAY 16 MAY
Having scrutinised a selection of weather forecasts for several days before the Open Day, things certainly did not bode well for Saturday.
The updated Sailing Programme can now be viewed on Google Drive, at the following link.
29 – 30 August – OPEN REGATTA
Cunningly, the new code for the compound padlocks will be released by Rory once the money is in the Club account.
THE HALF MOON
Well spotted Rory, for sighting this very rare vessel, berthed in Montrose harbour on Monday 20 April, before continuing its voyage from New York to Holland.Big Lift 1Big Lift 2
Check out Wikipedia for the full history.