Parkstone always offers challenges and the first is getting to the race area. The launching is into the walled yacht haven – there are two ways out. One is to follow the winding deep water channel which is around 3 boat lengths wide and the other is straight out through the “ledge.” The ledge in question isn’t ..
The long wait is nearly over, the 2015 Parkstone YC GP is very nearly upon us. With only three weeks to go to the Nationals at Stokes Bay, this is your last open in which to hone your skills for the National Championship. Registration will start at 0900, the race briefing will at 11:30 in ..
A fleet of 22 International Moths turned out for the second Noble Marine Grand Prix event of the year at Parkstone Sailing Club, Poole over the weekend of 5th & 6th April. After a winter of training, in anticipation for the UK Summer Worlds, this would be a good indication of current form on open ..
The eagerly awaited Parkstone YC GP is nearly upon us. Registration will start at 0900, the race briefing will at 11:30 in the clubhouse and the first warning signal will be at 1255 on both days. Full details can be found at: Parkstone YC Moth Open With prizes on offer from Why Jewellers, Quay West ..
Moth open as part of Poole Week at Parkstone YC. Sailors are able to stay on for the whole week. See http://www.parkstoneyachtclub.com for more information or contact Rod Harris
Report by Mike Lennon The August Bank Holiday weekend is the start of the week long Poole regatta. However the the first 3 days were used to score the Parkstone YC Moth open. Parkstone having already Hosted the Moth racing circuit grand prix event in June, hosted this second more of a friendly open come ..
Informal training on the 28th August followed by a Moth Open on the 29th and 30th. Sail all week to 4th September – Contact Rod Harris
The WHY Jewellers Parkstone YC Moth Open was preceded by a forecast of marginal foiling conditions, yet 25 moths turned out for the event at Poole over the weekend of 12/13th June. As the fleet got to the racing area they realized how misleading forecasts can be; a gusty northerly force 4 greeted them for ..
22 Moths entered the Holt Tide Ride at Hayling Island Sailing Club, making it the largest fleet and promising spectator friendly, high intensity short course racing just off the club. After the early briefing, the Moth class had to wait on the shore until their scheduled slot in the early afternoon. With Westerly 12-20 ..