2000 Skills Session
Feb 23 @ 13:30 – 16:00
6 Nations Rugby round 3
Feb 23 @ 14:15 – 19:30
SI Preparation Day
Feb 24 @ 09:00 – 17:00
Fast and Furious
Feb 24 @ 10:30 – 13:00

Fast & Furious objective is to sharpen up racing skills, with an emphasis on fun, skill sharing and keeping the fleet together for more interaction on the water.

The revised start sequence for F&F race days in January February and March 2019 will be as follows-

  • A 45 minute Series race will be run starting at 10:30 hrs   This will use the normal  3 minute sequence for Slow, Fast and Laser Fleets.
  • At 11:30 hrs (approx) will be the first F&F race start .
  • It is anticipated that up to five races will be held with the final race finishing at about 13:00 hrs.
  • The Slow and Fast handicap fleets will start together followed by the Laser fleet
  • The proposed start/flag sequence will  use the current 1 minute between signals  as follows-

Warning Signal- Handicap flag Yellow with a  Black ‘H’- Laser flag White with Red Laser logo- both raised

1 minute signal- ‘P’ flag raised

2 minute signal- One minute to Handicap/ Two minutes to Laser Start – ‘P’ flag lowered

3 minute signal- Handicap start- Yellow Handicap flag lowered

4 minute signal- Laser start- White/Red Laser flag lowered.

NOTE- The Laser fleet start 1 minute AFTER the combined Handicap fleets, this reduces the overall sequence to 4 minutes-

2000 social evening
Mar 1 @ 19:30 – 22:30
Main Committee
Mar 5 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Recent new members’ social evening
Mar 8 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Team Racing at Bough Beech @ Bough Beech Sailing Club
Mar 9 @ 09:30 – 17:00

Chris Hopkins writes, “On 9 March Bough Beech are running a team racing event and have invited to send a senior and a junior team.  For those not familiar with team racing, each team has 3 identical boats (6 people); races are very short (maybe 10 minutes) with each team sailing against the others on a round robin basis leading to a knock out completion for the finals.  The winning team is not necessarily the one with the first boat home but more likely the team that does not have the last boat home so it’s very tactical to help your tail enders catch up and pass the opposition.  It would be good to run a practice session or two in advance to give us an understanding of the format.  University students or graduates with experience of team racing particularly welcome”.  If anyone is interested, please contact Chris on

2000 Skills Session
Mar 9 @ 13:30 – 16:00