Bartley Sailing Club Blog
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Another one from Wednesday and it looks like the weather will be as warm with a bit more wind on Saturday. If you are coming along don't forget your food, drink, sun cream, and any Covid cleaning essentials you rely on.
I will open the gates at 10.00 and close them at 4 pm on Saturday for those that have been asking.
25 boats enjoyed a leisurely sail in light and variable conditions yesterday afternoon. The system worked well with people keeping their distance and sailing sensibly. and no issues with car parking or use of the facilities. Thanks to Howard for the photo taken from his drone high above the sailors.
I will open up at 10.00 on Saturday. If you are coming for the day don't forget your sandwiches and plenty of sunscreen / water.
Its Bank Holiday Monday!!!! That means we all need a trip to the coast to breath in the salty air and feel the sea breeze - so here you go, the sounds and views from East Portlemouth opposite Salcombe in Devon - a place that the Merlins know well and the Juniors found quite challenging in full ebb tide. Luckily for us that meant a great view as they jostled for position 20 yards from shore.
Baker Boy is looking strong for series 4 but Silver Lady seems to be specialising in the J-70 class this time - still time to turn the results on their head though.... Next race at 14.30 today - the weather is a bit grey today so why not join us.