Inchkeith Trophy Results

Thank goodness a little breeze filled in to allow a start for this years Inchkeith Trophy or it would have been the third event in a row to suffer a cancellation due to lack of wind.  Three boats took part in a very pleasant couple of hours sail round the course with the finishing order – Brave, Eclipse and Misty Blue.  This did not change after applying the handicaps so congratulations to Brave on winning their first Corinthian trophy.

  1. Brave
  2. Eclipse
  3. Misty Blue
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Launch Party

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……..

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Sails: Come and find out how to manage them

The Sail Doctor Team from Port Edgar are coming along to lead our Training……
 
                   7:30pm  Tuesday 27th March 2018 in the Bell Block

 

At our first Off the Water Training in January, we discussed our next session  which is on Sails and how they work! There was a lot of enthusiasm and lots of  questions put forward:

We will have 30 minutes very basic chat. There will be something for everyone!
Here are some of the questions:

 

  • How do you set up a rig?
  • Light wind sailing…Is it best to have the main outhaul on tight…Downwind or outhaul eased?


  • Best way to increase luff tension in foresail: Tighten halyard or pull on backstay?


  • When do you employ kicker?


  • Tips for light airs sailing…..


  • Do you have to do anything different when trimming a furling foresail than you do when using standard genoa?


  • How do all the different tell tails work?


  • How do you get the best out of old sails and what can the Sail Doctor offer to do to upgrade old sails, if anything?

 

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