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  • Clwb Hwylio Pwllheli Sailing Club - Swper Nadolig Christmas Ball and Prizegiving

    65 members and guests gathered for the 2017 Christmas ball and prize-giving at Plas Heli, and were treated to an excellent three course dinner cooked and served by the hardworking and outstanding catering and events team, lead by Heidi Bakewell. During the dinner Commodore Eifion Owen gave an account of the years activities, and then handed over to Hon. Secretary Stephen Tudor to start the prize-giving ceremony. Hon Secretary and Skipper of Sgrech Stephen Tudor receiving the prestigious “King Constantine Cup” from Commodore Eifion Owen. Photo Gerallt Williams Team “Aquaplane” were awarded the Ebblake Trophy for 1st in class 2 for the Welsh Coastal Series and Team “Jac Y Do” the Pwllheli Challenge PYS trophy for 1st in class 2. Madddie Rouse (Theia) won the Tremadog Triangle (NHC) and awarded the Holton trophy, with the IRC version, the Trimor trophy awarded to Luvly Jubbly. Brian Dixon (Parabia) was awarded the “merit trophy” for his enthusiasm and commitment to racing at Pwllheli. The “Sgrech”team were awarded the King Constantine cup for 1st in the Pwllheli/ISORA night race, the Careg y Defaid trophy for highest placed PSC boat in class 1/2 of the IRC Welsh Championships, and the Gwenolfa Cup for winning the Pwllheli Regatta. Andrew Hall’s “Jackknife” team were awarded the Parssen trophy for 1st overall in the August PSC/ISORA long bay race, and the Deeley trophy for 1st place in class O of the Global Displays Welsh Coastal Series. Brian Dixon being awarded the “Merit Trophy”. Photo Gerallt Williams The “Mojito” team lead by Peter Dunlop and Vicky Cox were awarded the Midland bowl for 1st overall and class 1 in the Global Displays Welsh Coastal Series, the Aberech bowl for winning the April CHPSC/ISORA “Castle Race” the Sol Owen cup for the Easter Series, the Pwllheli Challenge Trophy IRC for 1st overall and class 1 in the Pwllehli Challenge Series, and the Livingstone trophy “achievement trophy” for best cumulative results over the season, winning both the Wolf’s Head for the ISORA Series, and PSC club racing results. Peter Dunlop and Victoria Cox with Commodore Eifion Owen. Photo Gerallt Williams Finally the teams from Sgrech Mojito Jackknife and Aquaplane we’re recognised for winning the Royal Dee trophy for best team results in ISORA, and awarded RORC medallions for the Lyver race. After dinner a great disco got virtually everyone up dancing with lots of chat and discussion in the bar about next years club and ISORA racing programme, with news that Global Displays will continue to sponsor the Welsh Coastal Series which has been expanded to four races. An excellent night enjoyed by all. The 2018 race schedule is being finalised by racing captain Vicky Cox and should be available at www.pwllhelisailingclub.co.uk shortly Dancing at Plas Heli. photo Gerallt Williams

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  • Racing Meeting

    An open meeting has been arranged to consider the 2018 racing calendar The meeting is on Saturday 2nd December at 1600hrs - before the Christmas Dinner. Please e-mail if you want to attend here .

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  • Peter, Vicky and the Mojito Team Collect ISORA top Award

    Vicky making her acceptance speech in the ISORA Prize Giving Evening Pwllheli Sailing Club congratulate Peter and Vicky and the Mojito team who collected the RDYC Wolf's Head Trophy at the ISORA Prize Giving Dinner on Saturday night, 11th November. The Dinner was held at the National Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire where 240 ISORA competitors and guests were treated to a superb evening. We are also delighted to report that Pwllheli Sailing Club won the 'Victoria Club' being the highest scoring ISORA club team. Mojito, Sgrech, Jackknife and Aquaplane all contributing to the team's success.

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  • 2017 Christmas Ball

    The Club set Up for the Autumn Dinner CHRISTMAS DINNER - 2nd December Have you booked your ticket - if not please reserve your place by booking at the latest this weekend - please. The menu is shown below and will include a welcome drink and disco all for £30 pp. It would help if you could book and make your food selection this weekend. The evening will also include the Prize Giving for Racing achievements in 2017.

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  • 2017 Cruising November Boat to Boat

    BOAT TO BOAT NOVEMBER the 4th, 2017 Our end of season 'Boat to Boat' ended the Cruising Season with a great atmosphere, full of laughs and friends joining in the fun. All participants were allocated two different boats to visit and we had to avoid hailstone showers whilst moving from 'Boat to Boat' only to be greeted with a warm welcome which made it very worth while. Many thanks to the host boats, without their hospitality this social would not be possible. Twenty six participants shared their stories and their intentions for next year. Two hours of wonderful socialising leaving a feeling of looking forward to good cruising in 2018 and maybe nice weather to enable us to cruise these beautiful waters, fingers crossed.

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  • Pwllheli Regatta Jul-07

    A Date for your Diary 7th july 2018 - a big day on the water and ashore!

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Andrew Green - Photographs taken of beautiful Pwllheli and the North Wales coast. An online shop with photographs available for mail order, in a variety of sizes and mounts. Link

Alan Dop – Alan who has been a Proffesional Photographer for over 10 years has taken some fantastic photographs and these can be seen and purchased on his web site. Link

Peter Newton – A Professional Photographer with over 25 years experience of a wide variety of subjects. He now spends a large part of the year photographing major Sailing Events throughout the UK. Link


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