In May I really didn’t think it would happen. With virtually no events the likelihood was that the sailing year was over.
However, sailors will always want to get out and sail when there is wind and sun.
I took advantage of any opportunities, the 13 images selected were from over 1500 taken.
I really hope its a better year next year!
If you want to purchase one they are £9.95 from the shop.
Today we used our new committee boat on the Harp.
It was Brilliant!
Finally the club has a reputation of being one of the friendliest clubs in the South WELL IT IS!
The opportunities taking photos for the calendar are getting fewer and fewer so the selection has been made and it’s off to the printers!
This has been a really weird year and we are still producing conventional trailers and trolleys much later than we would in a normally, so autumn work producing Rib trolleys will be put off until November.
Have a look at this photo it was well busy, we spent most of the time avoiding the fleet!
Great to see loads of boats in the Harbour yesterday.
It has taken a while but this morning the new committee boat arrived, now we need to convert it with masts, flags, and a hooter!
Bertii face masks are made of spinnaker sail cloth and are perfect for water sport, easy to wash and dry.
Lots of colours £6.95 post free.
For the last 18 month we have been searching for a specific motor boat that we can convert into a start/finish boat for the Welsh harp. It had to be inboard with a proper marine engine, it must have a heater and enclosed cabin for the winters, and an electric winch. This to make members OOD duty a pleasant experience, hopefully easier to achieve, and it will only need to be re-fuelled once every 6 months.
Finally it is our commitment to bring people back to sailing on the Harp as the restrictions are lifted!