Monthly Archives: October 2009

Champagne sailing on the English Riviera

Report by Jonathan Peats   A combination of a high wind forecast and a late addition to the Moth calendar saw a smaller than usual turnout for the International Moth open at Royal Torbay Yacht Club on the 24th and … Continue reading

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Torquay pics

I’ve had a couple of pictures through from Richard Meek from the Torquay mini open over the weekend. It looks quite sedate in the pictures but that was far from the case! Will have a proper report shortly…

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Carbon badassery

Ninja Tuna is now ready and raring to go. Tried to go launch her this weekend but discovered that you can walk across most of the lake at the moment as the water level is so low! Should be going … Continue reading

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Riding the Tide

Hayling did the usual thing it does most octobers and blew it’s nuts off. Leaving us all trying to cram in a load of races on the Sunday. The Moths had the biggest turnout at the event, which was great … Continue reading

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