One of the club's directors, Mike Ripley, has asked for this information to be shared with all our members.

Mike said “We want to generate as much publicity as possible to assist HHCG by reducing CH16 to them for radio checks. You can find details of The National Coastwatch Institution on our national web site or those specific to Rhoscolyn NCI the Rhoscolyn Site”.

The Welsh Government are consulting on the Welsh National Marine Plan. We will be represented at the "Bangor Drop-in" by some of the Club's new CIC Directors. Here is a Welsh Government Video explaining what is involved in the plan; 

it is important that we provide feedback to the consultation about recreational sailing, watersports and other aspec

ts of what we enjoy about the seas in our area and where we go cruising. 

RYA Cymru Wales and the RYA have an article on this topic on this link

 

Club Sailing Dates 2018.

Below we have published below the current version of our Club Sailing events which are fixed at this time. 

The full ISORA Race schedule is on this link: http://www.isora.org/index.php/racing/2018-race-schedule

A number of away races have been listed which we think our members might be interested in. 

We are hopeful of running the Two Peaks, Ynys Llanddwyn and East Mouse races again this year. Watch this space! 

eu45 bannerA quick update on the Club’s order for EU45 Antifoul paint. We have now reached our target order of 40+ tins! Thanks for all your orders...

Remember members of the club can still join in this order for this great product which has had outstanding reviews from those who used it last year. The price is now on the maximum discount of £59 per tin! (We will be asking each order to make a small donation to the club for admin).

If any of our members are interested in a free ticket for the London Boat Show then call  Stuart from EU45 on 07738664038 today and he will book you in for tomorrow!

 

 

For the second visit to the Holyhead Coastguard Station this year a small group from the club arrived and were welcomed by Paddy (Dave) Corcoran.

We were introduced to the inner workings of the building with the customary Safety Briefing so we all knew how to escape when the building catches fire!

It is a superb building with fabulous facilities which allow for the officers to join with other emergency services for disaster planning, to catch up on a bit of rest during their break periods and most importantly to manage their main areas of operation. Paddy explained that the area covered by the station here is huge, stretching from Mid Wales right up to past Blackpool with its western edge on the Irish/UK border.