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  • 08 Apr 2022 10:15 AM | Millar (Administrator)

    Good luck to Alastair and Roo who are heading to the RYA Youth National Championships in Pwllheli in Wales.

    The results are used to select the British Youth Sailing Team to represent Great Britain at international regattas such as the Youth World Championships as well as the domestic youth squad for the year ahead.

    You can track their progress here.

  • 03 Apr 2022 10:31 AM | Millar (Administrator)

    Saturday April 2nd marked what many would consider to be the start of the 2022 season proper, with the Lifeboat Pennant up for grabs.

    20+ boats took to the water for a great days sailing, with a light north easterly breeze, blue skies and beaming sunshine. Ideal for those looking to shake off any winter rust!

    Derek Braid has kindly provided some pictures of the occasion!

  • 06 Mar 2022 10:34 AM | Millar (Administrator)

    Nick Roche has kindly provided us with some snaps of dinghy racing on 05/03/22. You can view them in this album.

  • 24 Jan 2022 1:23 PM | Millar (Administrator)

    Derek Braid has kindly provided us with some snaps of dinghy racing on 22/01/22. You can view them in this album.

  • 07 Dec 2021 9:10 AM | Millar (Administrator)

    Well done to Alastair Mackinnon (4th Topper), Rory Ferrier (3rd ILCA) and Roo Purves (5th ILCA), who all recently made the journey to Largs Sailing Club for the RYA Scotland Winter Championships. Even when the colder weather hits, these guys are still out there getting better and better and better.....



  • 08 Oct 2021 8:07 AM | Millar (Administrator)

    Well done to Jon Shaw, who scored a very impressive 25th in a 76 boat fleet at Stone Sailing Club.

  • 29 Sep 2021 2:57 PM | Millar (Administrator)

    Congratulations to Roo Purves and Alistair Mackinnon who finished 2nd and 13th respectively in the Topper Class at the RYA Scotland Junior Champs at Loch Tummel. You can find the full results here.

    Great to see our Cadets and Junior sailors making a name for themselves on the circuit!

  • 19 Sep 2021 12:49 PM | Millar (Administrator)

    With nerves a jangling 3 of ELYCs finest yachts took to the race course, around marks A, B and the Poo buoy. The Poo buoy was chosen as mark T was removed by Mr Hill, never happened to Sir Ben in the America Cup.  Despite having a dodgy start kinsman held the early lead but was quickly overtaken by that solo around the Craig sailor,

    Having decided that a wee infringement of the rules had taken place at the start, Kinsman very sportingly did a 720 , or as close to that as possible as nobody on board could count that high.

    By this time Westaway was going out of sight closely followed by Mischief ably helmed by Mike Willis and crewed by another Mike. Rounding the outer limit team Kinsman decided to tack off shore as the navigator had waved his wet seaweed and decided that that was the way to go.

    Meanwhile Westaway and Mischief got further away on a port inshore tack .
    Team Kinsman felt that  they would catch them all at the Poo buoy. However due to some slight navigational errors ( must spin the compass or maybe the plates) they rounded the Poo buoy last ( sorry misprint should have said in 3 place).

    Unfortunately by this time Westaway was just a speck in the distance and with spinnaker flying was bearing down on the finish line. However, Team Kinsman were not out of it and decided that the kite had to go up, Rigg was like a ballet dancer on the foredeck , excluding tutu, whilst 1st reserve waiter Mr Lundy undid all the knots that seem to happen with all the ropes( sheets, halyards etc. To those nautical types  amongst you).

    Meanwhile , sportingly , Mischief decided to slow themselves down and this allowed Kinsman under full sail to pass them and finish a respectfully 2nd place. The sight of Kinsman under full sail brought a tear to many an old salt including the helm Mr Hughes.

    If you would like to hear more of Team Kinsman's exploits please subscribe  via our web site, or by cheque ,for limited time special offers .

    Mike Rigg
    First mate

  • 06 Sep 2021 9:41 AM | Millar (Administrator)

    ELYC were well represented at the Loch Lomond Sailing Club open dinghy regatta on the weekend of 4th/5th September.

    Roo in his 29er, Brendan & Ellen in their RS200, John & Laura in their RS200, Robbie & Nick in their Lasers and Scott in his Radial, all took to the Loch.

    Full Results

  • 29 Aug 2021 3:35 PM | Millar (Administrator)

    The 28th August saw the club host its annual closed & cadet regattas. With a total of 35 boats competing across two fleets, sailors of all ages took to the course in what proved to be a great days racing. Huge thanks to those who helped organise and run the event. Click for pictures of some of the more youthful prize winners.

    Cadet Regatta Results
    Closed Regatta Results

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