In line with the latest initiatives to minimize the spread of Covid 19 we are determined to play our part to minimize the spread of this virus.
We have followed the guidance of our Governing Body, RYA and RYA Cymru Wales, for centres, sailing clubs and associations, boaters and sailors, and also the instruction of Welsh Government and all appropriate Health Authorities.
Plas Heli the Welsh National Sailing Academy is now closed BUT we are monitoring the e-mails remotely - please contact us by e-mail. Details on the 'Contact Us Page' here
22nd May 2020 - The 'Back to Boating Task Force' is established to set working practices which will get us back on the water, safely, responsibly, and considerately - more details here
10th June 2020 - the Plas Heli Pontoons are open for customers - see conditions here
10th June 2020 - the Plas Heli Compound - now available for dinghy sailors - see conditions here
We will provide updates on this web site but for now please keep safe.
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After a night of rain, the skies cleared for the 2020 "Pwllheli Regatta" races last Saturday, with the IRC class starting a 13 mile race at 10:45 with a beat to the West End mark and then on to an SCYC mark SW of Llanbedrog (with thanks to SCYC for permission), followed by a run to PSC 10 near Pen Y Chain, and back to the finish. With a steady 10 kt breeze this class was won by Stephen Williams "Darling XX" from Andrew Hall "Jackknife", with 6 boats competing.
In NHC three boats competed starting at 11:00 with a PSC...
It is with great sadness we mark the passing of Don Thatcher and the Club burgee is at half-mast.
Don was commodore of Pwllheli Sailing Club 1984-85. With his wife Rita and family they were active members of the club, for many years, sailing their Moody 30, Don Phillipe
Don was a committee member when the move from the first Club House to the second home - the club on the beach near Gimblet Rock and was involved with the fund raising efforts to build the club, and even getting the family to...
Provisional courses for tomorrow’s “Pwllheli Regatta” - Robin may make a few changes tomorrow, so be sure to listen on CH17 for the exact course, which may not be on the bridge boards, but will be repeated on the vhf
IRC Class - warning signal 10:40 BST
PSC 1 (p)
SCYC North East Mark (p)
PSC 10 (p)
Position of NE mark: N52 50 00 W 004 27 00
NHC class - warning signal 10:55 - fixed course 52 in the psc racing pack: undefined
PSC 2 (p)
PSC 9 (p)
PSC 6 (p)
PSC 3 (p)
PSC 6 (p)
Any questions ask on here or ch17 tomorrow
Beers on the PH terrace after racing -...
A race around the "Tremadog Triangle" took place on Saturday the 18th July in a gentle 6 kt Northerly breeze with clearing skys after a day of rain. The 5pm start due to tides worked well, and 6 boats came to the line. "Jackknife" won the race in IRC with "No idea" winning the NHC class. On Sunday two members completed laps of the Tremadog Triangle - "Theia" and "Sea Minx" who now heads the NHC leader board. "Jac Y Do" continues to lead the IRC fleet. "Theia" also completed a lap of the Commodores Challenge (St Tuds islands and Carreg Y Trai) and leads the NHC class with an...
With fine weather last weekend, many members took advantage of the easing of travel restrictions and enjoyed some great sailing and time on the water. Fantastic to see the bay full of activity.
An ad hoc "race rally" was devised for Saturday the 11th, and in a gentle 8 kts NW breeze, a fleet of 9 boats took part in a race around St Tudwal's/Carreg Y Trai, which also qualified for the commodore's challenge. "Jackknife" won the overall and class 1, with second overall and winner of class 2 "Pastime of Hamble". A very enjoyable race for the shorthanded and solo...
The news this month is presented in a flip -book, e-magazine 'Codi Hwyl' which is available here or just click on the image below which will take you to our web site and the e-magazine
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