The Juniors had a cracking day in the sun on 1st November, all 6 races were run in light winds. The Solo and Optimist sailors duelled all day for the top places with the Toppers challenging on the rare occasion that the wind got above 4 knots. All 6 races counted and the winner scooped the Gooden Trophy..
Most event races are run differently to MSC's pursuits. MSC is highly simplified with unique complex bits.
Learn what the flags, whistles and buoys usually do and how you can assist at MSC handicap and Open meetings.
Workshop led by SW; RYA RRO
Want to hone your skills further after finishing your Level 3 course? Ever wondered what would happen if you lost your rudder or centreboard? Need an RYA Advanced module to qualify for our upcoming Assistant Instructor course on 12th/13th March? The RYA Seamanship Skills course does exactly what it says on the tin - it gives you the skillset to handle your boat in a "seamanlike manner" (i.e. safely and confidently) in a wide range of weather conditions.