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Sunday the 13th results

A gentle easterly wound and sunshine

September 10th results

6th of September’s results

September 3rd results

Thursday 27th August results

Well done everyone it was quite a good wind today with a few capsizes but everyone had fun !!

Thursday evening racing on 13/8/20

A gentle racing in very light winds and a 180 degrees wind shift!!

Sunday 9th August results

Well done Lily coming 1st in quite variable conditions.

Thursday evening results

This evening the wind died on the second lap so we only counting the first lap!

Sundays Results

Well done everyone was quite changeable wind, somewhere between NW to SW 0 to 16 mph !

Thursday evenings results

Good sailing in SE 15mph with a bit of a swell.

Thursday evening Results

A good race in a nice westerly wind with quite a close result.

May Cup Results

Well done to all that took part and helped with a fun afternoons racing in quite a windy conditions

Dinghy Racing

Hi All

We’ll be racing most Thursday evenings and Sundays, subject to weather conditions. All will be welcome and there are club boats available subject to booking.

For this to happen we are going to need volunteers to crew the committee / support boats maybe in some form of rota so we can all get some racing in as well ! If you are interested please contact me.

There will I am afraid a few restrictions to help keep us all safe.

Boats can be ether single handed or crewed by a family group/bubble.

Club boats must have a 72 hour gap between use by different family groups/bubbles, unless the boat and gear has been disinfected by an approved method.

Wind conditions will be restricted to 20mph (force 4 touching 5) max, maybe using xcweather forecast for helford as cut off but final decision should take sea conditions, tides and squalls into account. Also the ability of the sailors should be considered (general we say level 3 standard or above) This is to minimize the need for sailors needing help and reducing the chance of the committee / support boat crew having to put them or others at risk.

The final decision should be made by the race officer taking the above into account and completing the new dinghies risk assessment sheet before each race session .

The towing should be done in a line from the stern of the committee boat if needed ( extra floating line has been put on the rib and fun yak)

Committee / support boat crew should be of the same family group / bubble and be required to sign a declaration to say the understand the risks of maybe having to come into close contact during a rescue situation and the the club has put measures in place to reduce that risk.

We must all keep gatherings below 30 people on land and in groups of no more than 6 people so please give each other space when rigging and launching keeping at least 2m apart. 

Hope to see you all out sailing soon 


Duncan Skingley