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Sunday 3rd August I.O.M meeting

This coming Sunday is round 8 of the I.O.M summer series and a bumper turnout is expected at Scotland Farm . The heat is on for the top spot and with Bob Geary showing of his new Goth EVO 3 , Martin Lambert Sailing a new AB4 design, and Chaz Jordan sailing his revamped and remeasured Lintel it could be explosive , also are expected are a couple of visitors to mix things up a little ,, The weather is looking pretty good with a breeze from the South West 8 to 12 knots and 20 degrees sunshine ,

Don’t be late the action starts at 0950 hrs

46 perfect leeward end start

3rd August 2014

RM Summer Series Race 6 – 27 July 2014

A variable wind made the choice of the windward mark questionable at times but the strength made for some good sailing. The closest racing I can remember sailing as the results indicate. An excellent morning all round.


snipped 201407 27 RMSS6


Another great turnout 14 contestants for round 8 of the I.O.M summer series at Scotland Farm . The weather was overcast warm and with a threat of thunderstorms to come waterproofs were kept handy.

A decent top suit breeze stayed with us all the morning and the rain held off , a good windward leeward course was set with Starboard rounding and a gate at the leeward end, We had a guest sailing an R.C Yacht for the first time , but I suspect not the last Les is an old Sailing friend of Mick C and was up for the weekend with his wife Annie. The racing got of to a good start and Martin C was using a badly rigged AB4 for the first time but very soon got the hang of it. The results are posted below , but the most notable improvement came from Mick Hunt GBR 14 with a very good 3rd place , there were battles up and down the fleet and Jim Dinmore was also showing some good form with his new boat, and when he gets it settled and trimmed will soon see himself climbing the ladder and putting some established club members to shame , results and pics below , The Dragon force series held on the same day will be posted a little later .




Mick and Phil ( want some lotion ) ive put it on the bottom of the boat as well , so watch how well it goes .


Jim and James


Jenny and Buddy ( buddy does not sail yet)


Guest Les and Annie.



Ivan and Dave waiting for the start .


Micks AB4 loaned to Martin for the day.


Jenny launching.


Les and Colin meet again after 30 years .



9 Dragons came to the line for the afternoon racing at Scotland Farm , it could have easily been 11 yachts but Jenny    ( forgot transmitter) and Mick ( rudder servo failure ) also one or two had to rush off for much more important things to do !!!!!! So they missed the fine competitive racing that we always get with the dragons and the down poor of rain that we got in race 6 .

Dragon Force series round 7   summer 2014

Although Phil 44 won the first race he kinda faded for the next three races with a couple of 7ths and a 6th, not sure why that happened but I am sure he knows that if he brigs consistency to his game he would give the top guns a run for there money. Martin took full advantage of Mick and Bob not sailing to stamp his authority and win by a good margin, Chaz showed some great promise and sailed a steady set of races banging in a couple of “bullets” in race 3/5and only being out of the top three on two occasions, Norman also showed consistency, but Jim’s sailing continues to improve and I can see by the end of the year he will be mixing it with the middle of the pack guy’s , His grandson James needs to put a little more application into the game and a lot more practice ,, he showed in the last two races that he can do it , but does need to concentrate and apply himself,, and at his age his learning curve will be dramatic and he could end up as one of the guy’s to beat at club level . Martin wins from Phil and Chaz ,,Phil just nicked it on Count back for second place

All in all a very satisfying day and some great racing , we would also like to welcome two new members to the club Dave and Bert and we look forward to helping them in any way we can .


Mick Admin


This coming Sunday 20th July sees round 8 of the seasons I.O.M series and round 7 of the Dragon summer series . I can tell you but please keep it to yourself that the leader in both these competitions is away and will not be contesting, It is very tight at the top and this could be your chance to close the gap on the leaders. All the hot shots will be there so to miss out would be foolhardy. I was at the lake yesterday and it looks perfect and the surrounding grass has been cut to perfection , extra car park space has been mowed in anticipation of a large entry, But I would still suggest getting there early as there are always some small tasks to do before battle commences. Make sure your rig and lines are not going to break at the last-minute, the last thing you want on race day is a preventable failure. Make sure you bring sandwiches and flask , this is an all day event , the weather is looking good and may be very hot so bring a hat , This also may be a good opportunity to bring wives /girlfriends or lovers as I have it from a good source that some will be attending .


Dragon nats with mick out in front


Buzz Colemans boat1