Trafalgar Reenactment Sailing Results

The French Fleet under the Command of Acting Admiral Mike Allen won a great and glorious victory over the English Fleet under the Command of Temporary Admiral Steve Gorst (Acting Admiral absent from place of duty!).

The details are: The Battle Commenced at 1035 by the Chronometer of The Admiral of the Day – Terry Worthington.

French Fleet

Place Overall Boat Name Hcap Elapsed Corrected
1 Ruby 0.940 4950 s 4653 s
2 Viva 0.950 4920 s 4674 s
4 Hazel Ann 0.848 5760s 4884 s

Total Corrected Time for Fleet = 14211 seconds divided by 3 times 2 = 9474 seconds

English Fleet

Place Overall Boat Name Hcap Elapsed Corrected
3 Myfanwy 0.855 5670 s 4847 s
5 Harlequin 0.930 5400 s 5022 s
Seclusion Did not join the Line of Battle

Total Corrected Time for Fleet = 9869 seconds

Winning Fleet is that with the lowest corrected time for the engagement = French with 9474 seconds


Vive La France!

Last Chance Saloon Rally

The results of a well contested race were:

Place Boat Name
1 Seren y Mor
2 Lazy C
3 Ruby
4 Myfanwy
5 Seclusion
DNF Promises
DNF Odyssey

Also out in the Bay for a sail and to take part in the experience were:

Lobo de Mar and Comrades

The conditions were good for a lively sail starting out at Force 4 and gradually easing.  The direction wasn’t as Southerly as forecast though which led to a couple of boats having trouble making The first mark.  Nonetheless a great sail was had by all.

Chocks away


Sat 13 July 2013

Do you fancy your hand as an intrepid Model Aircraft aviator?

Can you pat your head and rub your belly at the same time?

Have you read “Biggles” or watched

“Reach for the Sky”?

If you can answer “yes” to any of the above then this is the evening for you.

NWCC Flight Simulator, Try It On the Big Screen, event. FOC. 1900 Onwards. Nibbles will be served.

In Command: Wing Commanders Harry (Bader) Thompson, Martin (The Red Baron) Bushnell and Tony (Sailor Malan) Mead. 

Display Pilots: Squadron Leaders Johnny (Pass The Glue) Nicol, Dave (Take The Radio) Howard and Terry (I Must Get One Of These) Worthington.

The Italian Job

Saturday 29 June – 1900 Onwards

An evening with the ambience and food of our own Italian Restaurant in the Chartroom.

The cost of the evening is £10 per person.

Please book either on the form in the club or via our website. Numbers will be limited so do not delay.

The menu for the evening will be posted shortly.

Midsummer Race

Start 1300
Leave fairway to port
Leave ten foot bank to port
Back to fairway leave to port
Take finish time when fairway within 30m and lines up with tip of Orme
Communicate on 72
Forecast f4 cloudy clearing

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