Monthly Archives: August 2008

Norfolk Punt club regatta – Part 2

Back at the Moth worlds, while sitting in a caravan in the rain with the wind blowing its usual nuts off, a plan was formed. Norfolk resident Andrew Friend had a cunning plan – it involved going to Norfolk and … Continue reading

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Norfolk Punt club regatta…

In no particular order… Emma, chillin’ on the tea raft/committee raft/mooring raft The Tea hut, complete with old school kettles… The White boat fleet – also known as travelling road block Andrew Friends Punt, giving me a lift to my … Continue reading

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Foils for homebuilds

While I hate doing the shameless advertising thing on this site, I thought I would post this here..Foils for homebuilds I’ve made a few sets of foils for people doing their own thing and this should be encouraged. I’m also … Continue reading

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Falmouth

Not much going on at the moment – everyone seems to be taking a bit of time out to do things other than sailing! And who can blame them, the weather over here is still shocking with torrential downpours and … Continue reading

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Weekend warriors

This weekend has seen the most sailing I have done for ages! Saturday was blowing 15-17 knots and both Martin and myself were out blasting and practicing maneuvers. Martin set the pace for the day with a 23.5 knot speed early … Continue reading

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