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PRYC TOP's - 5th June 2015

PRYC TOP's - 7th May 2015

PRYC TOP's - 23rd April 2015

PRYC TOP's - 16th April 2015

Once again we were graced with "the presence"  and the agreement is I get to carry the bags to California.... Seriously though a great day once again - light and reasonably consistent winds from the SE/E sailed round the corner in the "big bay" which made for a very pleasant day's racing. Tell you what, as a sailor said after the day, the fleet although smaller aint looking all that dusty these days. As the day wore on the wind unfortunately shifted more consistently to the East which made for a few soldier's course races, but still, minimal incidents really and good spirit prevailed. 

In addition to the wrap up scratch race, somehow we managed to sail 13 races, due I suppose to the use of 2 score sheets so all were scored; not to worry, the more the merrier. Thanks go to all who helped set up and dismantle, to those who had the temerity to attend the Back Page afterwards, and to Brian L for scoring and finishing.

See you Saturday?

PRYC TOP's - 9th April 2015

A great day in good weather featuring constant SSE breeze to 8 Kts sailed "round the corner" in the big bay, which proved to be well worth the push of gear from the shed.

 It was great to see our Commodore sailing on a Thursday - a first in a long time, and also AW, no doubt entering the highly competitive TOPs field to hone his skills for the US onslaught - here's hoping it stands him in good stead!

Well you know what I mean....

 Thanks to all for a very pleasant day, to Frank who took over as PRO/Scorer whilst RT stood in as skipper (we hope FA is not still feeling under the weather) and to all for helping set up and store the gear and course etc. Welcome too again to Paul Dumsday (126, plan B) who is definitely going to enjoy the sport.

PRYC TOP's - 2nd April 2015

A good consistent S/SE/E breeze, marred by 2 major downfalls, made for a pleasant day's sailing with some course difficulties as the wind swung more easterly. There was however a new hazard - weed on the keel (twice for me at least and apparently the Lasers found a lot on Tuesday too). Hopefully just a temporary thing.
Only 5 ventured out due to the weather so we sailed scratch format all day. We were also visited by a spectator from a potential new RYC Club that thus far has sailed under the radar and is not affiliated yet - about 8 IOMs and 10 DFs sail at Tygum Lagoon Waterford on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Maybe a new option for interclub sailing one day once they have joined QRYA which apparently they intend to do.

   

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