Showing posts from February, 2016

Robbe kits. UPDATE.

Just found this tit bit on the net, thought a few of you might be interested to know that ROBBE stuff will still be available, just under another name, but hopefully still the same superb quality.
"Krick bought out the rights to the Robbe Kits and are re-issuing them under the brand RO-Marin, the range will expand as production starts on re-releasing the Robbe Kits."

Sunday Sailing 14/2/16.

Many thanks again to Pat for providing this report from last Sundays Sailing.

IF ANYONE can assist Pat next weekend, please let me know or if you already have Pats contact details, please contact him directly, so we can retrieve our rescue boat before the Ski Club claim it.

Just a shortish report on a calamitous day at Chasewater. Weather nice and bright but cold, ok when wrapped up. Strong easterly wind blowing away from sailing club but water was calm close in to shore as the bank formed a shield. Terry and Tony using their new boys toys which proved easy to start and easily coped with the waves further out. Paul had to “sit it out” while his new hull is being replaced. Vaughan used his Pursuit in the calm sheltered area. A couple of other members arrived to take in the fresh air and watch a potential new recruit an ex Navy guy sail his splendid warship. I hoped to chat to him about joining the club but events precluded that and i apologise if appearing slightly ignorant. 3 …