ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Pwllheli Sailing Club will be held in Plas Heli, Hafan, Pwllheli on Easter Saturday, 31st Mawrth 2018 at 10.00 hours for the transaction of the following business:-
Stephen Tudor MRICS FNAEA MARLA
Hon. Secretary - Ysgrifennydd anrhydeddus
Published 7th January 2018
This will be a great opportunity to meet like minded sailors and discuss 2018 plans and cruises.
The Commodores Cruising reception is open to all and you are all invited to meet in the Club for 1930hrs.
Club Race and Club Cruise to Porthdinllaen
Saturday 2nd June 2018 with a return race /cruise on Sunday 3rd June
Warning Signal TBA
More information soon ...
There are now two boats going on this cruise: Hummingbird 2 and Brival, a Moody 346 and the following is Tony's latest plans.
“June is traditionally the best month to visit Scotland for weather - and the month when the days are longest - in some parts of Scotland you can still read a newspaper outside at midnight.”
OK. I’m trying to sell the trip to you. Why? Because I care about sharing the good fortune of owning a boat and the enjoyment it brings.
This year’s SOY sail can be broken down into four stages really.
First stage (10 days) is starting from Pwllheli on Saturday 2nd June heading for Ardglass, making use of the great wodge of slack water on the west side of the Irish Sea. This is a ninety mile sail, well in excess of a qualifying passage for the RYA and if you choose to act as skipper (speak up early so you can influence the planning) a really good day/night sail where COLREGS mean something with the north south large ship traffic.
After Ardglass we make use of the tide to sail up to Bangor. We could anchor in the lee of Copeland Island at the mouth of Belfast Lough but if the wind is from the SW it is better to anchor in the sheltered bay next to Bangor marina.
From there we head north across to Lough and up past Larne, the Maiden light house, the impressive cliffs of NE Ireland and enter the North Passage to Rathlin Island where timing is crucial so as not to be swept backwards or round to Ballycastle.
This will be a great opportunity to meet like minded sailors and discuss 2018 plans and cruises. The Commodores Cruising reception is open to all...
More details to follow: For Skippers, crew and shore crew to start the weekend of club racing.
A Date for your Diary 7th july 2018 - a big day on the water and ashore! Parade of Sail and Racing (warning Signal 13.15 to be confirmed in the...
A party for all - IRC competitors, shore crew, friends, members, guests and visitors - everyone!
27th October - A date for your diary for the Autumn Ball Details to be confirmed.
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