A change in the weather accompanied the change of racing on Sunday from series races to the annual competition for the Paul Moreton Trophy.
It had been hoped that this Trophy would be competed over three races but unfortunately the fickle wind conditions meant that after nearly three hours on the water results would be ...
'There was more than the usual buzz of excitement at the sailing club on Sunday due to the weather conditions being suitable for annual Boucher Trophy. This single race challenge consists of a straight race from the Llandudno slip way to Rhos on Sea harbour mouth and back.
The prevailing weather conditions seemed to ...
Bank holiday Sunday's brilliant sunshine and mini heatwave gave the Llandudno sailors the first real opportunity of this season to discard the restrictive layers of winter clothing normally needed for sailing until mid summer.
This freedom in movement and decrease in weight certainly favoured the faster boats and ...
'Easter Sunday provided the opportunity for the members of the Llandudno Sailing Club to compete for the oldest trophy within the club's sailing programme, the Easter Tankard.
The weather was again kind to the sailors with a steady breeze, gradually building in strength during the morning. The water was a little more ...
The Llandudno Sailing Club project to replace the launching tractor.
At Llandudno Sailing Club, no-one really knew how old the tractor was that we launched the safety boats with, like Sherlock Holmes ageing things from the amount of dust on them, we could only guess at the age of the tractor with the level of rust that ...
The New Sailing Club Launch Vehicle is being delivered to the Club on Saturday 10th March.
Wyn from Rhandir Garage will be delivering between 9:30 & 10:00 so why not pop along and welcome the new arrival.
After several weeks of stormy weather conditions, last Sunday's calmer winds and flatter seas provided an excellent opportunity for Llandudno Sailing Club to enjoy being on the water.
As an extra bonus, the much anticipated 'Constable Trophy' was scheduled. A chance for the sailors to leave Llandudno Bay and venture out ...
Much lighter winds greeted the Llandudno sailors last Sunday for the next round of races in the Williams Series. Judging tide and the shifting wind was therefore going to be critical for any success.
The first race was a close run affair with Paul Moreton returning to form and showing the rest of the fleet how ...
Building winds, with changeable directions ensured that race 3 & 4 in the Williams series really tested the sailing skills of the Llandudno sailors this Sunday.
The first of the day, series race 3, running clockwise around the course, maintained moderate but shifting winds. Paul Moreton was running clear until the ...