**Please note the change of date for this event**
Come along to Trinity Bowling Club on Saturday 10th February where your fellow Corinthian David Cox will give a talk about his journey around the UK on his yacht Moonshine.
Two events in one this weekend with destination Dunbar for their annual music festival. Please see link below for a note from Willy for the final Cruise in Company which also has a handy link to the music festival programme. It should also be noted that this is included in this years racing programme so please see the handbook for details. As the race pretty much mirrors the cruise why don’t all boats just take a start and finish time per the instructions. And if you don’t have a handicap no need to worry as Ken is more than happy to supply one.
There is healthy interest so far including: Malin; Eclipse; Misty Blue; Early Bird; Belle Ile and Kashangi II so it would be great if others could join us. Tides are a wee bit awkward but not impossible and the weather at this stage looks much more promising than it was last year. Please contact Ken, Willy or myself if anyone has any concerns or wishes to talk through anything.
So, whether you intend to cruise down in company leaving at 10.30am on Friday or any other time on Friday or Saturday, or you choose to race on Friday or Saturday it would be good to see as many as can make it for some fun in Dunbar.
Hopefully see you there!
It looks like I may have been a little remiss about sharing some of the results from recent races. So congratulations to all the winners, second and third places and so on.
JPR 3 Surry Cup
2. Zero Proof
Malin, Misty Blue and SmiJ all retired due to lack of wind
JPR 3 Marsh Cup
Kashangi II and Amare both retired due to lack of wind
JPR 4 Jubilee Cup
1. Wizz Too
2. Zero Proof
5. Misty Blue
Friday White Sail 8 (re-calculated due to incompetence!)
4. Kashangi II
Congratulations to Misty Blue for sailing to first place in the Ladies Race – swear that engine was on as they sailed right through the fleet after a slow start. This event was really well attended this year and full results below:
1. Misty Blue
5. Kashangi II
SmiJ retired after having an argument with a coaster and a channel buoy (twice I hear!!) as did Malin who I think were just thirsty. Joining up with those that cruised to Aberdour saw a magnificent fleet of 10 Corinthian boats moored against the harbour wall.
Info about East Coast Sailing Festival 2017 is now available; ECSF 2017 Notice for FCYC website-1.
PLEASE NOTE THE START TIME HAS BEEN BROUGHT FORWARD AND IS NOW 4.45pm
The postponed Marsh and Surry Cups will now take place on Sunday 13 August at 5.30pm using the following race instructions:
JPR – 3: FCYC MARSH AND SURRY CUPS
HW Approx: 19:22hrs Start time: 17:30hrs Sunday 13 August 2017
All Yachts Numeral 1
2 START LINE
The starting line will be between the mast of Committee Boat displaying an Orange Flag & RFYC Mark H.
3 THE COURSE
CAPITALS TO PORT – lower case to starboard
MARSH (HC =>1100) Green Flag: start(h), rfyc’m’, wg, LA, z, finish (h)
Red Flag: START(H), RFYC ‘Z’, la, WG, RFYC ‘M’, FINISH (H)
SURRY (HC<1100) Green Flag: Start(h), rfyc ‘m’, pallas, LA, rfyc ‘s’, finish(h)
Red Flag: START(H), RFYC ‘S’, la, PALLAS, RFYC ‘M’, FINISH(H)
4 FINISH LINE
The finishing line will be between RFYC Mark H and the black and white marks on the corner of the disused race box on the NE corner of the East Breakwater.
For the purpose of Scoring towards the Joint Passage Race Series, the Place in the class a yacht achieves will be their score for the race within the Joint Passage Race Series.
Prizes will be awarded as per FCYC General Sailing Instructions plus
Surry Cup 1st FCYC Club Member H/C < 1100
Marsh Cup 1st FCYC Club Member H/C = > 1100
7 TIME LIMITS Absolute Time limit is 20:15hrs
A record breaking turnout with 9 boats competing against each other and the light winds. A very close and crowded first mark was the main excitement with most boats only managing to complete a single lap before the race was shortened. Congratulations again to Ken and the Zero Proof crew. Full results:
Silver Lining and Eastie Beastie both recorded DNF’s
The results of last Sunday’s Wickes Stern Chase are as follows:
Low numbers probably reflective of the weather so well done to all that participated.
The results of last Friday’s White Sail are as follows:
Indulgence took part but recorded a DNF. Personal handicaps will be re-calibrated for the next race on 28 July.