Ready for the new season
I finally got to sail my own boat yesterday rather than crash about in a RIB blowing a whistle and it was great to be back on the water again. It's amazing how the first sail of the new season reinvigorates you, but it will have to wait as we are off to Atlanta, USA for a couple of weeks over Easter, where even the boats have V8s. Meanwhile, we have sorted out the Scottish RS300 series for this year. We have a training day at Prestwick on the 14th April, being taken by Scottish RS300 champ Neil Beveridge, then a one day event at Loch Tummel on the 16th June followed by our Scottish Championships at Largo Bay on the 23/24th June.
We then travel up North to Inverness and the Chanonry Sailing Club for the weekend of the 4/5th August. I have sailed there many times and I have never seen the Moray Firth dolphins, so maybe this year.
Finally we have the UK circuit event at Prestwick on the 18/19th August and we will all be nice and fast by then.
Should be fun.