The 2016 Club Calendar has now been posted to all 2015 memebers - additional copies are available to purchase from the bar for £10 and £15 by post.
Members who live in Pwllheli or for those who are regular visitors to the Club the calendar is available in the bar for collection.
The images are again this year superb and we are very greatful to the photographers for their generosity. The images and more can be purchased direct from the photographers - contact them here.
Roedd Parti Nadolig y Clwb ar nos Sadwrn yn llwyddiant er gwaethaf y tywydd ofnadwy.
Roedd 150 o aelodau, gwesteion a ffrindiau wedi mwynhau'r noson lawen gyda bwyd a gwasanaeth rhagorol gan Hugh a Donna a'u timau.
Croesawodd Y Morlywydd, Bob Lowe, pawb i'r Cinio Nadolig cyntaf yn ein cartref newydd ac mae'r canlynol yn gopi o ei adroddiad a neges i'r rhai oedd yn bresennol.
Croeso i’r cartref newydd Clwb Hwylio Pwllheli. Good evening and welcome to the new home of Pwllheli Sailing Club.
The currently leaky new temple to sailing in Wales.
I delighted to see so many folk here tonight – it is not something we could have achieved in the old Club for lack of space and facilities.
Fel y gwyddoch bu haf 2015 yn haf prysur iawn i ni yma. Mae enwebiadau gwobrau blynyddol cylchgrawn Yacht and Yachting yn adelwyrchu prysurdeb y 7 pencampwriaeth genedlaethol a rhyngwladol a groesawom gan fod 5 o’r enwebiadau yn deillio o’r pencampwriaethau hyn.
Mae angen nawr i bobl bledleisio dros yr enwebiadau er mwyn dangos a phwysleisio pwysigrwydd Plas Heli a Chlwb Hwylio Pwllheli ar fap hwylio’r byd.
Copy of an article by Yachts and Yachting.com see on line version here
The news that the Met Office was about to lose the contract to supply weather bulletins to the BBC was rather apt, seeing that they'd clearly gotten the forecast badly wrong. As the fleet headed out for the start of racing the expectation was for sub 10 knots breezes, with up to a half inch of rain. What they actually got was a wind that spent most of its time comfortably into the low middle-middle double figures, but what must have been the best part of an inch of rain falling between 11am and 4pm. Conditions out afloat were miserable for the competitors and really testing for the Team running the racing out afloat, as crews on the Committee and Mark boats did their best to keep dry and warm.