As you’ll all be looking for distractions in this cold weather with its long nights, we’ve added some winter events in the Bell Block involving splicing, knots and race officer duties to our calendar.
Thanks to Libby for the artwork…
Five yachts took part in the overnight race from Granton to the Tay. As the day approached there was much debate about the conditions and potential course alterations. In the end it was felt prudent not to venture out to the Bell Rock and effectively go straight to the finish at the mouth of the Tay. Most yachts had an exhilarating sail overnight to join Lady Nadonna who cruised up the previous day. Many a good tale was told over beer for the next two nights at the Royal Tay’s Ale Festival before a rather wet sail home on the Sunday.
1. Misty Blue
2. Joint Venture (FCC)
5. Kashangi II
Our thanks go to Frank for organising and the Royal Tay for their exceptional hospitality.
The FCYC survey 2018 survey is out now. Please complete and return to firstname.lastname@example.org or post in the Bell Block by 21st September 2018
All Corinthians are invited to the FCYC Launch Party on Saturday 7th April at Trinity .Bowling Club – a chance to get together, eat, drink and find out what’s planned for the season.
The Sailing Committee will be telling us about the 2018 Sailing Programme. Food will include Franks famous slow cooked pulled pork made with his secret recipe (veggie food available too).
The bar will be open from 7pm……..
Corinthians are invited to attend the RFYC winter talks, more info in this RFYC Winter Talks 2018 flyer.
Please click the link below to access the latest edition of Fairwind.
Fairwind Winter 2017
**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.
Bar opens at 7pm, the talk will start at 7.30pm.
Burns’ Night ‘Hoolie by the Water’ is on Friday 26th January at the RFYC Club House. Tickets available from Sandra at the RFYC office – 0131 552 8560. £20 per person.
Come along to RNLI Queensferry Lifeboat station on Saturday 13th January to hear about one of Scotland’s busiest inshore lifeboat stations. Our talk/tour will start at 11am and will last 1 – 1.5 hours – pub lunch after perhaps!
Meet at Hawes Pier, Hawes Brae, South Queensferry, EH30 9TB at 10.50am.
Please let me know if you can make it by emailing email@example.com If anyone needs a lift get in touch.