Cadet News


With 14 boats sailing on Saturday 29th September, the Cadet's Regatta was a great success. Cadets took Picos, a Topaz, a Feva, and a Wayfarer out in constant 20mph winds. All cadets were recognised for their efforts at the Prize Giving. Paul Wilkinson, Cadet Officer, noted how far all Cadets had improved over the year and how well each of the 4 back-to-back races were contested. Thank you to Paul, Miles, Dean and the other adults who have supported the Cadet programme this year. If you would like to join next year's Cadet Programme please email Paul Wilikinson, Cadet Officer, JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING

Saturday 2nd July Training Day.

Good weather and the exams getting to an end gave a good turnout to the 5th MBSC training day. Plus welcoming a number of new members joining us after Open Day.

The very light winds and warm sunshine made things a little relaxed with much capsize drill taking place.

The continued good weather on Sunday also bought out a good number to join in the dinghy race or practice.

With a good number of adult helpers around we were able to move the dinghies to enable Andrew get the grass and weeds under control ready for Maylandsea Bay Week which is fast looming with the deadline for entries at the end on next week.

Picos Ready