Monthly Archives: November 2008

Braving the cold!

We had a few visitors at BCYC today. Adam May, Katherine Knight and Robin Wood (sailing Tom Whichers’ old Axiom4) joined Alan, Martin and myself for what was intended to be a group tune up but the weather soon put … Continue reading

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Imitation is the highest form of flattery…

Well, the Mach Two Website has now gone live, and while it’s still only renderings at the current stage it does give you a good feel for where they are going… Barbara Streisands younger, slightly dumpier sister by the looks … Continue reading

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Fallout at Mach 2

Well, I don’t read it often but Rohan’s blog has taken the cake for the week. Competition is healthy, cheap shots do yourself and your business no good and burning your bridges while fun is not productive. Was that a … Continue reading

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The Mini 40 Challenge

Due to too much wind at the Tide Ride, too much thinking and tea drinking was done. We all threw around some ideas and this was one of the sillier ones but I thought was worth a shot. Build a … Continue reading

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Moth Open at Corus – Report by Adam May

Seven Moths braved the forecast, and headed to South Wales for the Corus sailing club Moth open. The ‘curse of Windguru’ was avoided and the intrepid few were greeted by a great range of conditions. Corus gave us a very … Continue reading

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Calling all South West Mothies

I’m planning on organising a few days over Winter with sailing At Weymouth/Bristol/Corus to try and get some sailing/training/tuning/coaching in numbers as there was some interest in this over the weekend.I have a pretty good idea who is out there … Continue reading

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Sunday sailing

Alan and myself were both out yesterday, braving the cold temperatures and crappy northerly wind. The first race was all over the place, from 5 knots to 20 with wild shifts and a lot of boats to dodge in search … Continue reading

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