Laser 2000 (Yellow) currently occupying DP Space I29. The club does not hold any membership details for the owner of this boat, the club believes it is abandoned. It is the intention of the club to move this craft to the quarantine area and start the disposal process.Could the owner or anybody that knows who the owner may be make contact with the dinghy Park Warden as soon as possible.
A sail has been found underneath a beach hut on the Spit.It has a red dragon on the sail and the number 76, has anyone any idea if it belongs to one of our members. If you have any information can you contact Simon Farrow Club Steward who has further contact details.
Bar Open Friday nights.
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Activate laser is a new scheme with which club is involved to benefit members, click for details
Laser fleet captain : Change to volunteer needed , iterim contact P Bell
21st March Rigging day and first Activate your laser day - jet wash available (also dinghy park clean up )
3rd May Club Open day including activate lasers day
Max Holloway is off travelling again this time to Heyeres , a class A international , we wish him good luck
Lasers are numerically the largest fleet in the club with currently 27 boats, using all three rig sizes and there is always someone to race
Laser fleet sails both in harbour and in sea races
all 3 recognised rig sizes used 4.7 , radial and standard plus the new Rooster "fat boys " 8.1 sail