Sunday welcomed the beginning of the delayed Salisbury Series for Llandudno sailors which now runs most Sunday's up until mid July. The previous Sunday had been abandoned due to extremely light winds.
This Sunday was by some distance a complete contrast with strong gusty winds which continued to build in strength during ...
'Throughout the long winter months the members of Llandudno Sailing Club would have been dreaming of blue skies and steady winds for the start of the new racing season. Well sometimes dreams do come true and last Sunday the new sailing season was welcomed by clear skies and a breeze strong enough to encourage competitive ...
Come Sail with Llandudno Sailing Club on Sunday 17th Sept and participate in the largest multi-venue regatta in the world, have some fun with friends and raise some money for charity at the same time.
Register on-line @
http://www.bartsbash.com/participant-sign-up ensuring you enter the Venue as Llandudno Sailing ...
Each of the 3 regions (North, South & West) run a CYRC series.
These are great first time events for aspiring racers which are coached. There are usually 5 or 6 CYRC’s in each region, and if you sail in more than 3 you are eligible for the overall series prize
The Llandudno Sailing Club event is the 4th of a ...
To members .... Come support the Push the Boat out day and help us help prospective members enjoy the day.
To non-members.... come and say hello, and get out on the water and if you enjoy the experience there are courses available to take it further
Saturday 20th May 10:30 - 15:30
Come celebrate the start of the 2017 Sailing season at the club. Details to follow.
Llandudno Sailing Club welcomes everyone to this years Push The Boat Out on the 2oth May 2017!
Push the Boat out is a country wide open day! Sailing clubs all over the country open their doors and get people out on the water. Llandudno are holding theirs on the 20th May!
If you are already a member then this is ...
Come and blow out the Christmas cobwebs and sail on Boxing day
Start gun @ 11am sharp