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Winter Cruising

PostPosted: 11 Nov 2013, 15:12
by tony_brown
This is my first winter with the ASC. What are the oportunities for cruising over the winter?

Tony

Solo

Re: Winter Cruising

PostPosted: 11 Nov 2013, 21:25
by dennis
Hi Tony,

There is no formal cruising arranged for the winter months, but cruising is not a formal activity so if you are not there on your own and someone is available to give assistance there is no reason why you shouldn't go sailing.

Don't forget during the winter, you should be waring a wet suit or dry suit.

It would be good to see some interest. But I normally sail on a Friday evening so I usually give up when the sunset gets too early.

Cheers,
Den.

Re: Winter Cruising

PostPosted: 15 Nov 2013, 16:17
by tony_brown
Fridays coul be interesteing for a few weeks before like you say its too dark.

I cant get today, but generally speaking, what time do you get there in Fridays?

Tony

Solo 1636

Re: Winter Cruising

PostPosted: 15 Nov 2013, 22:15
by dennis
Friday sailing for this year finished a while ago, but let me know when you fancy going down and I'll see if I can make it.

Re: Winter Cruising

PostPosted: 25 Nov 2013, 14:01
by Turbo
Good to see Harriet and Harry out cruising again this Sunday. It is probably the best time to do it this time of year while there are people and safety boat cover about . Nice day last Sunday for sailing.

Nick

Re: Winter Cruising

PostPosted: 27 Nov 2013, 21:00
by Harriet
Yeah, we'll be out on Sunday. Probably try and fit a bit of casual sailing before the race. I think we'l; be down from about 11.

I prefer to sail on Sundays at the moment. It's nice to be around the club when people are about plus there is the option to picnic and watch the race (or join it, if so inclined).

Harriet