There is now a draft version in the calendar on this website. Event finish times are an approximation merely to give an indication of the length of the event. The annual booklet will shortly be going to the printers. As soon as it is available next year’s membership documents will be issued.
To all club members who are also members of the MYA. As you will be aware the MYA 2019 AGM is scheduled for 30th November 2019. As the club’s MYA contact I have received associated documents below. Please read and if you decide to vote let me know your decisions; it seems voting is at club level not individual members. Also note closing date for votes.
9th November 2019
Our start to the new season saw nine skippers turning out on what was a damp, cold, overcast afternoon. With an Easterly breeze, a triangular shape course was set, and eight races were had in our time.
Early problems for Darren with servo trouble saw his day spoilt, and Ken too with a leak meant he had to retire half way through to investigate. The rest of us got through unscathed and enjoyed some good competitive racing.
With John and Garry in good form, it was always going to be between those two who got the honours, and it went down to the last race to decide the winner, John taking the day overall by a point. A mention for Steve who had a good days sail, and took third spot respectively.
Many thanks to Ian who kindly did the scoring.
So that’s it we are off and running and look forward to our next outing which is on Sat 7th December with a 1pm start.
DF 65 Capt.
It’s all over now. For a full report and all the results click here
Here is the result of this event on September 14th.
Here is the final league table.
5th September 2019
An excellent turnout for this the last event in the series, and the final evening event of the year for the Dragon 65.
With a strong westerly wind it was a toss-up whether to go with B or C, majority went with the B, but it was a disadvantage on the runs with nose diving, but most stuck it out right through, the odd one changing to C.
A sausage shape course was set and eight races were had before darkness fell, although the last race was on the limit to test your eyesight. Tacking was difficult for all, and if you didn`t get it right first try, it would set you back a few places, so it was a case of either taking on a tack and hoping for the best, or gybing to stay up with the fleet.
Derek was with us this week, and no surprise that he won on the night with his six bullets. Chris performed well enough to take second spot and the overall Series win, only just from Bob, who if he had finished third, it would have been enough for him to take the series, as it was Walter edged Bob out of third by a point, and Chris finished up winner of the series by two points. Congrats to him.
So a great but difficult nights sailing, to end our evening events, and wonderful to see many boats on the water.
We’ve had a good summers sailing with some very good attendances, and I hope for much of the same next year, when we will do it all again.
Tuesday 3rd September
A dry if not bright night greeted seven skippers for the last 95 evening of 2019.
With the wind from the SE and at top of B rig strength at times clean tacking and making the most of the gusts downwind was required to stay at the front.
Close racing was enjoyed and with minimum gaps between races we just about managed to get in the usual 8 before it went dark. Honours went to Derek on the night with John the overall series winner.
Next DF95 racing is on 14th September at 13:00