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October 28, 2018

Yet another topsy turvy day at Burwain. Our mantra is fast becoming 'if you can sail at Burwain you can sail anywhere' and certainly our home water did not disappoint in its unwavering consistency of throwing curved balls at every skippers on the lake.

The excellent end...

October 22, 2018

On a, now typical, day at the lake, with winds changeable and unpredictable there were those that adapted to the conditions by changing rigs and those that 'toughed it out'. (Well, to be more accurate - One, that 'toughed it out!'.

While some may have thought it foolhar...

October 14, 2018

Burwain Lake yet again served up conditions to test the patience and skillset of every skipper competing today.

'A' rigs were the order of the day, with occasional zephys the best the weather could offer for the biggest sails. All accepted quickly that conditions would...

October 7, 2018

A fantastic days sailing was enjoyed by all ... all perhaps except Peter Hilton (GBR 34) who was forced to retire with 3 races still to be sailed.

A gradually rising wind demanded changes first from A rigs to B's and then after lunch from B's down to C's. With little 's...

October 2, 2018

7 boats on the start line made for some excellent racing. Proof, once again, that the fleet continues to improve was abundant on a difficult day.

Sarah Norton voluntarily cropped her handicap from 60 to 30 seconds and still managed 5 top three finishes to include one 1s...

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