We’ve had a mail from Race Officer John Tushingham this morning with an update regarding the qualification process for the 2023 Global Championship @ Fleetwood.
It offers clarification on the boat limits for our one day TT events as well as offering some solace for those who didn’t enter Gosport but want to have a stab at qualifying.
To read John’s words please take a look at the event page by
“Great sailing”, “Yes Jerry it is, splendid socks you have on, going yodelling?”, “Can I have more cake yet?” Photo – Sue Brown
Our first trip out of the year and the sailing was good, the social was also good. Please find a report on the weekend’s yachting along with the overall results by
DF95 results above, usual suspects at the top plus a couple of new names.
Another good days sailing with a heap more boats on the start line.
Long journey now, report in a day or two.
Thanks to Gosport club for the weekend.
Another sunny day here at Gosport wind square across the pond, many skippers, good breeze, briefing underway for another good days racing.
So, despite an iffy wind direction and an awful lot of rig changes during the day it was a lovely day sailing here at Gosport. The sun shone and there were A plus rigs, A rigs and the odd B rig on the racecourse.
Tushy made it look reasonably easy once again. Ken Binks made a great day of it to come home second with Tim Long in third spot.
Pub now, 95’s tomorrow.
So here we all are, Gosport is sunny and breezy. The sun is good but the breeze could cause some course setting issues for the race team, I see zig zags in our future today….
I think that the A plus rigs that people are sporting currently will be replaced by B and possibly C rigs as the day wears on.
Results to follow later.