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Manx Sail Racer | The home of sail racing on the Isle of Man Manx Sail Racer The home of sail racing on the Isle of Man Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home About/Contact Events Forum Gallery Sailing Clubs and Centres Post navigation ← Older posts All set for Peel’s award-winning Traditional Boat Weekend Posted on July 25, 2014 by Dave Reply It might not involve much racing but it’s hard not to be impressed with one of the biggest events in the Manx sailing calendar. When it comes to attracting crews to cross the Irish Sea and visit the island, the Peel Traditional Boat Weekend has no rival. Over 30 boats of all shapes, sizes and rigs are descending on Peel for the 2014 event, taking place from today (Friday) until Sunday. Pictured above are 65ft Welsh schooner Vilma, last year’s winner of the Henry Kelly trophy for best boat, and the 102-year-old Irish yawl Ainmara. Onshore there’s always a few familiar faces from the sailing community taking part in the quick and dirty boat building competition. The contraptions will take on water take to the water for a race across the harbour at 3pm on Saturday. Meanwhile the traditional boats will be leaving the marina from 10.30am on Saturday for the first of two parades of sail around Peel bay, with the second taking place on Sunday from 11.15am before the visiting boats head for home. Mike Clark and his team of volunteers always put on a great event and their efforts were deservedly recognised last year with a win in the Charity, Cultural and Social Enterprise category at Isle of Man Newspapers’ 2013 Awards for Excellence. The team have also won the Peel Town Commissioners Trophy for outstanding service to the community. This year they have produced a Traditional Boat Guide, which offers a detailed history for each of this year’s participants. They’re available at the sailor’s shelter on East Quay for just £3. By all means check the website and like their Facebook page, but a much better idea is to get down to Peel and take it all in. Keep an eye on the MSR Gallery for images from the weekend. Posted in Boats & Equipment, Forthcoming Events, News, Previews, Traditional, Yacht | Tagged cruisers, PSCC, traditional | Leave a reply A test of endurance at Ramsey regatta Posted on July 20, 2014 by Dave Reply Thanks to Jerry Colman for the report, full results are here. It’s worth noting that between last weekend’s MS&CC regatta and the concurrent Port Erin youth regatta, which was comfortably won by James Arnold, there were over 30 dinghies racing around the island last Saturday. Don’t forget to like MS&CC’s and 7th Wave’s Facebook pages. The Manx Sailing and Cruising Club welcomed 23 entries to their annual dinghy racing regatta including fleets of Lasers, RS 200s, RS Fevas, RS Teras and handicap boats. Racing took place on Saturday and Sunday, with three races planned for each day. Saturday brought light and shifty breezes and a delayed start while race officer Keith Poole waited for the breeze to settle which it eventually did from the SE at 1 to 8 knots. The flukey conditions split the fleet into four bunches according to the skills (or luck) of the wind searchers, with Dave and Emily Batchelor in their RS 200 showing their skills were no lucky chance with a very competent performance and Phil Hardisty crewed by Ciara Kaneen close behind in their RS200. The wind shifted left, right, up and down so after two races and more delays Keith called it a day with the Batchelors having won both races. Sunday brought strong NW winds together with welcome sunshine and challenging choppy conditions. Wind speeds up to around 25 knots saw the crews fully hiked out upwind – downwind too for the asymmetric dinghies. The roar of the wind was punctuated by occasional sharp slaps as Laser sails hit the water hard, capsizing downwind as the helms fought to maintain control. The Fevas and RS 200s were very impressive flying at their kites in the squally conditions, storming along in clouds of spray right on the edge between control and disaster, with quite a few going over at the gybe marks only to struggle back up and race on if they could. James Kelly and Anna Harding were especially impressive in their RS200, taking two wins and staying upright throughout, but the experience in the Laser fleet allowed the single-handers to get back into the reckoning. Mike Pridham in his Laser, always confident in a blow, began to haul back some points from Simon Pressley after a difficult day on Saturday with a 3-2-3 to Simon’s 8-8-4. Meanwhile the Batchelors, comfortably in the lead after taking a second in Sunday’s first race, retired after multiple capsizes in the second and didn’t finish the third race, sailed in the strongest winds of the day. By the end the fleet was down to 13 boats crewed by the toughest of the sailors, ranging in age from just 10 years old up to 63. Despite planning to run four races on Sunday it was clear that the crews had endured enough. In the final reckoning the honours just went to Phil Hardisty and Ciara Kaneen (RS200) with Mike Pridham sailing a Laser Radial into second and James Kelly and Anna Harding (RS200) finishing third. Posted in Dinghy, News, Race Reports, Results | Tagged dinghies, laser, MS&CC, mya, regatta, RS200 | Leave a reply The long way home Posted on July 10, 2014 by Dave Reply Mike Wilson’s Gesticul8 was the only boat to finish the course at Peel regatta after the fleet was becalmed. More images from Peel are now online in the MSR Gallery. Posted in Photo, Yacht | Tagged cruisers, First Class 8, photo, PSCC, racing, regatta | Leave a reply Sea Pie wins Douglas Regatta in style Posted on June 27, 2014 by Dave Reply Congratulations to Jerry Colman and the crew of Sigma 33 Sea Pie of Cultra who achieved a clean sweep of wins in the Moore Stephens Douglas Regatta. The nine-strong fleet faced a weekend of challenging conditions, with Saturday’s races taking place in strong winds gusting up to 27 knots while the breeze on Sunday had dropped to less than 10. Jerry and crewmates Chris Waldrum, Juan Hendy, Patrick Harnett, Stewart Allison, Steve Bee, Keith Poole and Neil Rawlinson claimed five wins in five races to earn their place on the Douglas Corporation Challenge Bowl. Full results and photos can be seen at DBYC’s website. Posted in MSR News | Leave a reply Great racing at new-look IOMYC regatta Posted on June 20, 2014 by Dave Reply Thanks to Brian Quayle for the report. A new, extended format for the Isle of Man Yacht Club regatta recently proved a huge success. Held over three days between Friday and Sunday (June 13-16), the series for both dinghies and cruisers included sufficient discards to allow competitors to take part in any two of the three days of racing, or complete all three to maximise their chances. First away on Friday evening were the cruisers in a light southwesterly breeze. The First Class 8s of Ali Hinds and Brian (Yogi) Quayle along with Genesta sailed by Mick ... Similar Website

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