October 15, 2016
PSC are pleased to announce the return of the Bonfire Fireworks Spectacular.
The Tide is right for the actual 5th of November, a perfect time for a fantastic show.
Everyone Welcome. Food and Refreshments Availiable as usual.
The Fireworks sponsored by Penmaenmawr Council.
September 5, 2016
Commodores Report: Open Puffin Race Sunday 4th September 2016
Visitors take the honours in Open Race.
Picture shows placed finishers L to R Tom Broatch, Kath Broatch, Tony Tansley, James Blair, Ieuan Williams
Penmaenmawr Sailing Club held their annual Open “Puffin Race”. The race involves sailing from Penmaenmawr around Puffin Island and back to Penmaenmawr. Although there was challenging conditions and very lumpy through the sound between Penmon and Puffin Island it was a good day for racing. Ten craft of various abilities took part with a total of 14 sailors involved, and all craft completed the course with Port Dinorwic Sailing Club members winning overall.
After handicaps being applied the results were:-
1st Kath Broatch and Tom Broatch – Fireball
2nd Ieuan Williams – Laser
3rd Tony Tansley and James Blair – Comet
4th Dylan Williams – Topper
5th Carol Pye – Sprint 15
6th Bryan Wilcock and Joe Beamson Laser 2000
7th Dai Moss – Topper
8th Danny Blair – Topper
9th Mike Moss and George Moss – Dart 18
10th Arty Moss – Pico
Race Officers Hilary Moss and Bernard Carter
Patrol Boat Doug Blair
Catering Many Williams
August 30, 2016
The Annual Round Puffin Marathon is back on Sunday…
August 8, 2016
Penmaenmawr Sailing Club held their annual Open Day event last weekend.
The club opened on Saturday the 6th of August to non-members and thrill seekers of all ages, to experience the thrill of sailing. The day was opened by the Mayor and Mayoress of Penmaenmawr Cllr Steve and Mrs Angie Banwell, Club Commodore Gerry Frobisher and Club President Bernard Carter by firing the cannon.
Gerry Frobisher said “We enjoyed a full and wonderful day of sailing with water and beach based fun, with members of the club providing supervised sailing and refreshments all day. Around a hundred members and non-members, many quite local but some from as far away as Manchester, took part or just watched the activities during the day, along with volunteers from the Conwy RNLI who manned their stall. The warm and sunny weather was a bonus and the excellent wind and sea conditions really made the day. We launched eight different craft including Picos and catamarans as well as offering banana boat and patrol boat rides. To make the day even more fun we had members of Conwy Sea Rowing Club and their long boat providing rides as well.”
Mrs Angie Banwell Mayoress of Penmaenmawr, Bernard Carter Club President, Cllr Steve Banwell Mayor of Penmaenmawr and Club Commodore Gerry Frobisher opening the event.