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A FUN SAIL FOR CANCER RESEARCH UK
Saturday June 25th 2011, Start 10:30
Having proved ineligible for the Race for Life, Mount’s Bay Mirror sailor Tony Clee has come up with a novel way to celebrate his 85th birthday and raise some funds for Cancer Research UK.
This is an fun “endurance” trial open to all. The winner in each class will be the helm (and crew) who complete the most circuits of the Mount in the time that the Causeway is covered with sufficient water – about 5 hours. Competitors can drop out at any time or stop for lunch (or other reasons) and continue.
Great pictures by Bruce Major at
Race Report by Rachel Grayson
Eighteen boats turned up to race at Hollingworth Lake Sailing Club on Saturday, the weather was unpredictable all day and the wind was just the same, with the breeze coming over the clubhouse. However, a great days racing was had by all. There were a few dramas before racing as the Grayson girls’ main halyard came untied on shore and slipped out of the mast – Uh oh! Luckily Pete L-R was on hand to save the day and the girls sailed the rest