Sunday Sailing 19/4/15.

Roger was first at the pool and was happily sailing his yacht when I turned up and was making the most of the good sailing conditions.
New buoys were marked and put on the water setting out two courses, it was suggested that crosses should be sprayed on the surface to identify the buoys position.
It was good to see a variety of different types of boats from fast electric to yacht and scale.
It was also good to see Ed Jones sailing his yacht again following his recent illness, from which I am glad to say he is recovering.
We held a couple of Club 500 races in which Roger emerged victorious in both races, he appears to have got the set up of his boat spot on.
Before leaving the club a few of us went to the club house galley for a coffee, and were pleasantly happy to discover that mugs of Tea and Coffee were free, and with buns and sausage rolls available for a very reasonable cost rounded of the morning nicely.
A reminder that midweek sailing starts this Wednesday 22nd April from 6pm, if your boats have lights bring them along, the club house will be open for a beverage.
Enjoy the photos
Regards
Mark Hough        












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