The club was surprisingly busy on the last Saturday of October with a cruiser comming out and some dinghy sailing being undertaken. Others were tidying around the RIB sheds (possible project advance) and some were working on their own boats. The bright sunlight made up for the low temperatire and strong wind. The wind was from the North at about 17 knots with gusts to 22 Knots. The kitchen was in use for bacon butties and tea, even though tea bags seem scarce. Our racing marks – still in the lough are one of the next jobs.
Please ensure you name your equipment and your winter mooring mark – This assists all, especially when you have to be contacted by the club as problems arise.