After waiting for as long as possible for the forecast to pick up, we have decided to postpone the Solo Eastern/Thames Valley Event until Sat. 16th Sept.
The first Race will be at 11.30am with 3 back to back races.
Entry fee £15.00.
The windless high pressure should have passed over by then, so we hope for good wind and sunny conditions to sail in one the best inland waters in the UK.
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We will be dedicating Race 1 of our regular Sunday Racing on September 17th to Bart’s Bash. Put that day in your diaries, drag out anything that will float long enough to get you round the course and help raise some money for an extremely good cause!
King George is please to announce that we are holding a Solo Open on 02-Sep-17
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We are inviting people to come and watch our Sunday racing, and let us show off our club.
Sunday saw the conclusion of a great winter series where we have regularly seen 15 boats sailing and, despite the poor forecast and a lengthy postponement for the first race, nine Lasers still took to the water in the concluding two races of King George’s Laser First Sunday GMT Series.
Both were won by Tony Cooper, who took overall victory, followed closely by Leo Bridger and Mo Allen.
The racing was followed by prize giving and a well-received fleet lunch.
Laser first Sunday has been a resounding success; we can’t all sail every week, so we all make an effort on the first Sunday of every month, hence ‘Laser First Sunday’. It has had the effect of re-invigorating fleet sailing at KGSC, boosting the number of Lasers on the start line throughout the year. Sailors from other classes have been hiring the club Lasers, or buying their own second boat, to take part in the competition.
We also had a boat launching where we broke tradition and launched a new members boat with a bottle of port!
The BST series starts on 02-Apr-17 on the best sailing in North London. www.kgsc.org.uk
Work to strengthen the bank sides of the reservoir bowl have now concluded. The water level has started to rise and is expected to up by 2 metres over Christmas, and full by early March.
It’ll be goodbye to the beach.