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Burwain Singlehander Championship 2014

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Single hander chamionship 2014 – are you good enough to take the title from Patrick Hamilton?

Up to 18 boats took part in last year’s Single Hander Club Championships. Lets make this years a well fought, highly competitive contest.
3 races with 2 to count, handicap racing for all single hander boats.
The 1st race starts at 1pm

 

SEE RESULTS HERE >>

Jade Wood If anybody is interested just give him a message or call and I'm sure he will get back to you as soonSee More as possible ☺️See Less
18.03.2017 at 07:51 pmLike
Steve Williams Missed sailing this weekend. i was really looking forward to it.05.03.2017 at 08:52 pmLike
James Dewhurst James Dewhurst updated the group photo in Burwain Sailing Club.
01.03.2017 at 08:18 pmLike
David Bailey Almost the perfect day for sailing19.02.2017 at 09:25 amLike
Paul Hargreaves 16 boats today getting some early season practice click for the pics
Burwain SC 18/2/2016paulhargreavesphotography.zenfolio.comPaul Hargreaves Photography
18.02.2017 at 07:41 pmLike
Mark Wilkin Fantastic photos, thanks Paul Hargreaves18.02.2017 at 07:46 pm1Steve Williams Great photos, glad you did not get me going over.19.02.2017 at 09:23 am1
David Bailey Excellent sailing in good wind today results uploaded11.02.2017 at 06:00 pmLike
Paul Hargreaves I bet Gerard Lamle was cold at the end11.02.2017 at 06:05 pmSimon Ashworth Was it shorty weather today??11.02.2017 at 11:05 pmview 1 more commentsGerard Lamle It was a tad chilly11.02.2017 at 11:39 pm2
James Dewhurst Don't delay!

2017 Race Officer Duty dates nearly sold out.

Only a few dates still available, book now
See More to avoid missing out.See Less
08.02.2017 at 10:24 pmLike
Simon Ashworth To Avoid any disappointment, will offer to sell my dates!!08.02.2017 at 10:37 pm2
Patrick Hamilton Good first day of the sailing season. Five solos, four lasers and one X1 on the water.
Booked accommodation
See More this week for the Laser Masters Nationals at Hayling Island and the Solo Nationals at Torquay. Anyone else thinking of going to either of these events? I have a bunk to sub-let at Hayling Island.See Less
07.02.2017 at 08:39 pmLike
Innes Armstrong I'd go to torquay but believe I'm working unless its moved to school hols07.02.2017 at 09:13 pmJames Dewhurst A bunk bed on Hayling Island - you smooth talker.08.02.2017 at 10:20 pm
Patrick Hamilton Weather looks good for a sail tomorrow. Planning to take the solo out. Anyone else going?03.02.2017 at 04:28 pmLike
Paul Jones I'll be there and bringing a friend over with his boat.03.02.2017 at 04:40 pmTrevor Ormerod Can't sail for a few months yet, till my knee is sorted?03.02.2017 at 05:09 pmview 1 more commentsDavid Bailey Can't wait been counting down the days.03.02.2017 at 05:44 pm
Hugo Chandor Any withdrawal symptoms from having your boat under canvas?
Come to the club any Sunday morning from
See More 10.30. Try an RC Laser and see what all the fuss is about. See Less
Homeburwainrclasers.co.ukWho are Burwain RC Lasers
03.02.2017 at 04:22 pmLike
Steve Williams So disappointed that i have to miss the first day sail as i have a heavy dose of man flu03.02.2017 at 04:16 pmLike
Steve Williams Just booked three dates as race officer assistant. Just looking at my rota and i am off on the 4th Feb.See More So can be there for the first day of my first season sailing.See Less25.01.2017 at 02:02 pmLike
Peter Norcliffe Just booked my 3 OOD duties,Like booking into the dentists, it has to be done. The 2017 programme looksSee More great, well done to the organisers. Some interesting Sundays, let's hope Sunday sailing can rise again!See Less24.01.2017 at 06:01 pmLike
James Dewhurst 2017 OD duties running out fast, make sure you don't miss out by booking early to avoid disappointment!

http://burwain.co.uk/2017-race-officer-duty-rota/

Roll
See More on Feb. ...maybe March.See Less
2017 Race Officer Duty Rotaburwain.co.ukThe beginners course gives a grounding in the basics, like learning to drive again with many other factors to master. Get it right and speed across the water
16.01.2017 at 10:51 pmLike
Gerard Lamle Sorting out this years calendar with the committee at the Thatch and Thistle. Lots of new initiativesSee More for the 2017 seasonSee Less04.01.2017 at 09:26 pmLike
John Hartley Plenty of sunshine please04.01.2017 at 09:29 pm
James Dewhurst Burwain Prize Giving Photos.
Well done all and see you in the New Year!
14.12.2016 at 11:00 pmLike
Anne Graham Great news Carol . pleased for you .xx15.12.2016 at 03:28 pm
Paul Hargreaves Anyone interested in a good sail 27th Dec, its the Brass Monkey at Yorkshire Dales SC 70 boats enteredSee More cut off at 100, entry onlineSee Less
GJW Direct SailJuice Winter Series 2016/17 - SailRacerevents.sailracer.orgThe GJW Direct SailJuice Winter Series is based around the UK's biggest winter handicap events. Sailors from many different dinghy fleets now consider this series as one of the main goals of their winter racing. With great prizes on offer, it attracts some of the best sailors in the country to compe...
13.12.2016 at 08:21 pmLike
Susan Sharman John Sharman was at RClaser Northern Championship West Lancs YC
2nd today
3 rigs used including "D"
See More as quite windy in Southport ?2nd overall for the Northern travellers
He's a very happy bunny?
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24.10.2016 at 06:12 amLike
Mussell James Don't forget RC Laser fleet sail every Sunday, first race around ten, finishing by three. If you wantSee More a go, come down and try one of the spare boats out! Check out www.burwainrclasers.co.uk for more info.See Less23.10.2016 at 02:29 pmLike
James Dewhurst Date change!

The last in the Solo Streaker Race Series in the diary this coming Sunday has been rearranged
See More to Sunday 23rd October.See Less
12.10.2016 at 11:32 pmLike
Alan Dawson I Just want to thank all those who organised the Commodores Dinner last Saturday evening. What a greatSee More event!See Less10.10.2016 at 07:14 pmLike
James Dewhurst Burwain's Single Handed Championship today.

First race starts at 1pm.
24.09.2016 at 07:54 amLike
James Dewhurst Congratulations to Mark Pearce who clinched victory over Lee Tennant in the last 100 yards of the last race.

A close finish to what was otherwise a difficult and frustrating days racing.

Well done to all those who took part.

Next Sunday is the GP Open.24.09.2016 at 06:11 pm
Anne Graham Well done Mark.26.09.2016 at 09:13 pm
James Dewhurst RC Laser Open at Burwain tomorrow from 10am.

Spectators welcome.
24.09.2016 at 06:07 pmLike
John Sharman And some spare boats24.09.2016 at 06:39 pm
Simon Ashworth Burwain A Enterprise 22499 on header pictures on yachts and yachting.com think maybe Ged sailing,22.09.2016 at 11:05 pmLike
Paul Hargreaves Simon & Jake at 24Hr
18.09.2016 at 09:26 pmLike
Paul Hargreaves Photos of the 24Hr
Southport 24Hr Race 2016paulhargreavesphotography.zenfolio.comPaul Hargreaves Photography
18.09.2016 at 10:21 pmLike
James Dewhurst Well the 50th 24 hour race is over and Burwain came in 5th in the GP14 and 26th in the Enterprise.

Well
See More done and thank you to all who took part and helped support our effort this year with special mention to:

Andy Tunnicliffe for the loan of his superb GP14.
My Dad and Gary Dewhurst - delivering all the gear to Southport (and rescuing the gazebo)
Arthur Aspen who stuck with it out all weekend with the team, and also all the other visitors, families and friends who came down to Southport over the weekend. Too many to name individually, your support was certainly appreciated by all and helped make this years event special once again.

Lastly to all the sailor who gave up their sleep and their weekend to experience the thrills and spills of the 24 hr race. These are:

Enterprise - Tom Partridge, Christopher Harris, Simon Ashworth, Ute Schmitgen, Ged Lamle, Jake Chippendale, Patrick Hamilton, Gary Dewhurst, Harry Wilkin, Mark Wilkin and me.

GP14 - Andy Tunnicliffe, Lee Tennant, Innes Armstrong, Jamie Partridge, Stephen Graham, Julie Townson, Tom Bennett and Ian Dobson (yes he did eventually make it.)

A great effort by all against lots of very talented and experienced opposition and while the 24hr race doesn't always provide the most interesting of sailing challenges, it is a unique event in which doing well requires lots more that just sailing well.

Importantly I hope you all enjoyed the event as much as I did and are already looking forward to next year. (9th & 10th Sep)See Less
18.09.2016 at 08:49 pmLike
Paul Hargreaves Well said James, and well done Burwain18.09.2016 at 08:52 pm1
Paul Hargreaves Paul Hargreaves shared WLYC 24 Hour Race's photo to the group: Burwain Sailing Club.
WLYC 24 Hour RaceSave the date... #WLYC24
18.09.2016 at 08:39 pmLike
James Dewhurst Usual wait for final results.18.09.2016 at 01:42 pmLike
Gerard Lamle is there a stewards enquiry?18.09.2016 at 01:50 pmSusan Sharman Hurry up James Tell us who won and was it BSC18.09.2016 at 03:10 pmview 5 more commentsPeter Nelson What's the results?18.09.2016 at 04:52 pmSimon Ashworth Burwain B 5th, Burwain A 26th well done to all !!!18.09.2016 at 05:32 pmGerard Lamle Burwain B 5th place, Burwain A 26th place . great 2 days18.09.2016 at 06:25 pmSusan Sharman Wow well done ..18.09.2016 at 07:24 pmPeter Nelson Awesome!! Well done guys 🙂 any special prizes won?18.09.2016 at 07:26 pm
Paul Hargreaves Andy here's one for Lee, Because he loves looking at himself LOL
17.09.2016 at 10:30 pmLike
Paul Hodgson Plenty of counter balance there. Keep up the good work17.09.2016 at 11:57 pm1Susan Sharman Good photo ...18.09.2016 at 08:55 am1view 3 more commentsJen R Townson Brilliant pic! Are there any of my mum Julie? She's sailing now I think!18.09.2016 at 09:28 amBeth Fazackerley Smiling for the camera as always!!18.09.2016 at 03:28 pm1Gerard Lamle It's the new Mr Tennant. All smiles and no shouty shouty18.09.2016 at 06:45 pm1
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