We are saddened to report the untimely death of Mark Ninnim on Thursday after a short illness.
Mark has been associated with the club for the best part of 40 years, and a member for over 10 years. During this time he has been instrumental in gaining significant sponsorship for Bass Week.… Read full article “Sad News”
The weather on this first day of a five race weekend series was delightful with virtually unbroken sunshine and a medium strength westerly wind. This was a definite improvement on NJ10 two days previously when a southerly F8 had prevented any racing and ended with a banana shaped mast on John’s Solo when he launched to test the conditions.… Read full article “Weekend Series”
Following the Open meetings for Lasers and Solos on Saturday, Club racing returned to Bass on Sunday albeit following a 90 minute delay due to the refusal of any wind to turn up.
The first race was the initial round in a new Long Series of class racing.… Read full article “Sunday Racing”
Light airs early morning caused a slight delay to the start of racing for the 37 sailors across three fleets.
Half the Solo fleet were OCS on their first start, but as none returned they headed in for an early lunch.… Read full article “Laser, Solo and Tera Open 2021”
We have just learned that on 24 May 2021 TREVOR BUTCHER died suddenly and without any suffering when he fell over in the garden. Having moved back to Cumbria recently with Diana he was enjoying time with his children and grandchildren and will be missed by all of his family.… Read full article “Sad News”
As the high pressure moved in across the country for the bank holiday weekend, the wind may have been squeezed out. The fading morning breeze gave way to a light sea breeze which lasted for most of the first race.
With a fleet of 12 Catapults competing in their National Championship, they were out in good time for their scheduled start time, however some of the club fleets totalling almost 40 boats were a bit more tardy, perhaps some not realising it was a single fleet start, and some were several minutes late for the start.… Read full article “Whit Bank Holiday”
Fifteen starters in a very light North Westerly. Andy and Banter on the Bates chose A-9-0-B which gave a slight port bias to the start line. Never seen Andy so perplexed!
Was considering a General Recall but was waving the Individual Recall for all it was worth!… Read full article “Night Jar 8”
What a restart to Open Meeting sailing after eighteen months of twiddling our thumbs! A weekend of racing for the two classes with on site camping and caravanning thrown in. It certainly attracted the northern competitors with twelve and seventeen entries respectively in the two classes. … Read full article “GP14 Northern Championship and Mirror Open”
With a S/SE breeze the OD considered sending the fleet of 29 boats part way down the lake, fortunately, his mind was changed because, soon after the racing started, the wind eased. Boats did keep moving throughout the afternoon’s races, but it seemed touch and go at times!… Read full article “Saturday Southerly”
High wind and rain resulted in the cadet training being cancelled on Saturday. However, it didn’t put off Scumper and Zefer from blowing the cobwebs off their RS400 and getting it ready for a sail, ever confident that the forecast of easing winds would come to fruition.… Read full article “Celebrity Glass Pursuit”