Thanks to all who contributed to the end of season Christmas dinner celebrations on Sunday. After the morning squalls a rainbow emerged, captured by David Scott on camera, causing many of us to have a bit of a moment and count our blessings. Merry Christmas everyone!
After the recent busy week of the UK Fireball Nationals held at Penzance last week, the club was full of the regular old faces and some new ones, as the home races kicked off again.
Over the last week, we have been proud to host the UK Fireball Class for the Gul Fireball Nationals 2018.
After a successful yet tricky week on the water, the final results have now been published.
The weather was perfect on Saturday for the 2018 club regatta.
Thanks again to all who made the day possible on the safety boats and also to Brian and Liz who did great work in the race office with help from Adrian, Theresa (and Dave) put in the long hours in the galley and BBQ, and Colin who was everywhere from Courselayer to Deepsea to bar.
14 boats launched this evening into a serious breeze! In the Enterprise fleet, Tom Kliskey led from start to finish, lapping Colin Stephens and Laura Kickers, who were having an uncompetitive fun sail.
The competitors arriving at Penzance Sailing Club’s annual Enterprise Open were greeted by fine sunny weather, flat seas, and a little more than the NE F3-4 forecast. It was a small but friendly gathering, where two Looe boats joined with the five Penzance boats.