Twixmas Regatta

  • Too much TURKEY & CAKE? 
  • Kids driving you mad? 
  • Mother-in-law getting on your nerves?
  • Need a diversion? 
  • Fresh air?
  • Competitive racing?

Then look no further than:

FLEETWOOD’S  TWIXMAS  REGATTA!

DF95’S  Sat 29th December

IOM’s  Sun 30th December

Bacon Butties for breakfast!

MINCE PIES & MULLED WINE with racing!

Do both! Stay the sat night at the New Boston & party with us at the Mount!!

How many exclamation marks can we have in one NOR???!!!!

Entry fee £5 per day.

Start 10am, No race to start after 3pm

Enter by emailing the Derek or using contact form

Entry List

DF95

  • Shaun Priestley
  • Mick Chamberlain
  • Tim Lanigan
  • Garry Benson
  • John Sharman
  • Tony Wilson

IOM

  • Paul Allen
  • Shaun Priestley
  • Mick Chamberlain
  • Garry Benson
  • John Sharman

VANE “M” MYA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2018

The 2018 Vane Marblehead National Championship will take place at Fleetwood MY&PBC over the weekend 27th & 28th October 2018.

The NoR can be found here: Vane M Nationals 2018 Notice of Race

The race entry fee will be £15-00 per yacht and will be accepted at registration, or cheques in favour of Fleetwood Model Yacht & Power Boat Club (NB must be written in full) can be posted with entry forms.

Entry is now open. To enter download the entry form MYA Vane M Championship Entry Form

Fleetwood Model Yacht & Power Boat Club’s Sailors Have National Championship Success

Five Fleetwood yachts entered the Model Yachting AssociationNational Vane “A” Class Championship held at Gosport in Hampshire.The yacht “Loki”, sailed by Fleetwood members, David and Alan Bell, finished in second place overall and received the Wing & WingCup for winning the most downwind legs. In third place wereFleetwood members, Graham Butler and Keith Wiseman, sailing theyacht “Dignity” and received the Little Portugal Cup for being thehighest placed contestants who had not previously won this Championship event.

The Fleetwood “A” Team consisting of David, Alan, Robert andMargaret Bell, Peter Whiteside and Eddie Greenwood won the teamevent and received the Neptune Trophy. Peter Whiteside won theVeteran Skipper’s Trophy. The Fleetwood “A” Team yachts were alldesigned by Fleetwood member, John Simpson, who also designed theyacht “Yell O Pearl”, the National Championship winner, sailed by Martin Roberts and Bernie McNulty of the Birkenhead Club. The yachts in this competition were around 7 to 8 feet longand about 9 feet tall, not controlled by radio, and representedeight UK and one Dutch Clubs.

Peter Whiteside, Vane-steered Fleet Captain