Penmaenmawr Sailing Club

Great sailing in North Wales since 1962

November 10, 2014
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Bonfire & Firework Spectacular 2014

Penmaenmawr Sailing Club with the help of Brimstone Pyrotechnics, held its annual Community Bonfire and Fireworks display on Saturday the 8th November.

Club Secretary Glenn Williams said “We were lucky with the weather for the event after a few rainy moments during the day, but more than 500 people attended the club’s hour long event, and due to their kind donations we were able to raise £463.93 towards our Junior Sailing programme”.

Club Commodore Gerry Frobisher thanked all those who supported the Club including the Young Dragons/Dreigiau Ifanc, a team of sixteen 8 to 22 year olds, who gave up their Saturday to help prepare the event by helping to put up the barriers, build the bonfire, sell food and drink, marshal and collect donations. Mr Frobisher said “I would like to give a big thanks to Penmaenmawr Town Council for their kind sponsorship of the event and for the attendance of the Town’s Mayor Cllr Dafydd Lloyd-Borland.”nov8th2014

September 14, 2014
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Barts Bash at PSC


8,608 sailors in 716 global venues have raised an amazing £62,090.99

The best turn out ever at PSC for Bart’s Bash with a qualifying fleet, and ideal conditions for the course.

Full report, results and photos here soon from Mandy and Gerry.


PSC Results:

Aerial pic by Doug.
Sailing pics by Gerry.S

September 8, 2014
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Pen Puffin Island Mararthon

Sunday 14th September, Commodores Report & Race Results

Penmaenmawr Sailing Club father and son Glenn and Ieuan Williams win the Clubs annual Open “Puffin Marathon”. Thirteen craft of different abilities took part in the 4 hour challenging endurance race over a course from the Clubs Slipway at Penmaenmawr, round Puffin Island back to Penmaenmawr and then out to the Fairway Buoy and back, a total of some 15 miles, with only six completing the course. Prizes, presentations and thanks to Many Williams for the catering, were made on the club balcony by the Club Commodore Gerry Frobisher who also praised 13 year old  club junior Dylan Williams in 6th place, sailing a Topper, who had become the youngest competitor in the clubs history to have completed the race.  Visitors from Port Dinorwic Sailing Club came a creditable 2nd.

1st Glenn and Ieuan Williams – Hobie T

2nd Julienne Bridges and Jack Wild – Dutchman

3rd Peter Lewis and Carol Pye – Dart 18

4th Mike Robertshaw – Dart 15

5th Mike and Alan Martin – Hobie 16

6th Dylan Williams – Topper

7th David Titheridge and Gerhard Weis – Laser Bahia

8th Simon Owen and Nevin Williams – Prindle 19

9th Tony Tansley – Comet V

Race Officers – Bernard Carter and Hilary Moss

Safety Boats – Gerry Frobisher and Mike Moss

Picture show Glenn and Ieuan Williams in action.