Mirrors at The One Bassenthwaite Lake Sailing Week 2019 (Bassweek Regatta)

A Mirror racing with spinnaker set sailed by a man with a child crewing 
What a superb week it has been for the Mirrors! Eighteen entries at the start of The One Bassenthwaite Lake Sailing Week on the 3rd August, and six further crews joining mid-week. Although the Mirrors, Toppers and Teras were in a single fleet, the top five finishers – and usually the top ten - were Mirrors in all races to date. I write this prior to the final weekend series.

As well as boats from the Home Club we had entrants from six Clubs across the North of England and as far south as Tewkesbury and Rugby.

Hunts SC Mirror Open - NOR published

The Notice of Race for the Hunts Sailing Club (St Ives, Huntingdon) Mirror Open meeting on Sunday 22nd April has been published and can be downloaded via the link.

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Hill Head SC - Mirror Open - Sunday 7 August

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For those looking for some practice prior to the Nationals at ISC, please join us and visit beautiful Hill Head for some great short chop wavey sailing on The Solent (PO14 3JT). Join our local fleet, watch the racing from the veranda, wifi available, all abilities welcome, first race 13:30, 3 races. NOR and SI available at http://www.hillheadsc.org.uk/event/mirror-open-3/

Please contact Nigel Thomas for more info - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - 07443 651 641

Itchenor Junior Fortnight 2015

Mirrors 4 winners Edward Timberlake and Jack Hartly in 70632 'Billy Bones' - photos by Mary Pudney

Another bumper Mirror turnout  at this year's Itchenor Junior Fortnight  - 32 boats in Mirrors 2, 23 boats in Mirrors 1, 20 in Mirrors 3 and 16 in Mirrors 4.

Mirrors 1st & 2nd out of 88 in Bass Week Pursuit Race

Photos © Ben Unwin  www.benunwinphotography.co.uk

Having been placed 1st and 2nd in the Northern Travellers at the weekend, Robert Richardson & Sandy Simpson, along with the Shilling family, decided to stay on for the remainder of the Bass Regatta Week resulting in some good racing between the two boats.  But it was Wednesday’s pursuit race which caused all to take notice. 

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