Please select your home edition
Edition
Wessex Resins 2019 - Pro-Set - 728x90
Product Feature
Racing Rules Companion 2021-2024 by Bryan Willis
Racing Rules Companion 2021-2024 by Bryan Willis

Maylandsea Bay Sailing Week

by Dean Saxton 23 Aug 2016 10:59 BST 15-20 August 2016
Start line at Maylandsea Bay Sailing Week © Teresa Giles

40 boats enjoyed the good weather last week when they participated in Maylandsea Bay Sailing Club week. The event which started on Monday, held events for a mixed dinghy fleet, Sandhopper keelboats and Picos.

A total of 10 races where contested over the week on the water, with various Olympic themed events taking place during the rest of the day and evening entertainment from a games night, karaoke, barn dance, quiz and a live band for the prize giving dinner.

Chris and Lauren Grice in there Kestrel had just returned from finishing third in the Kestrel nationals and dominated the week, taking first place overall in the dinghy fleet. The juniors also enjoyed good racing in the Pico fleet and completed 10 races and it was Joe Grice who topped the table. In the Sandhopper fleet, Kevin Wittle and Rory took honours.

Overall Results:

Dinghy fleet
1. C & L Grice, Kestrel
2. P Gray / K Wilkinson, Kestrel
3. D & P Gibson, Wayfarer
4. D & S Wilson, Graduate
5. D & A Saxton, Hornet
6. B Wright / S Green, Wayfarer

Sandhopper
1. K Wittle / Rory
2. F Levy / P Cornwall
3. T Dayes / G Walkley

Pico
1. J Grice
2. C Broomfield / S Cornwall
3. B Grice
4. C Wright
5. A & G Enkel

Related Articles

Kestrel Eastern Area Championship
A fleet of 9 boats at Maylandsea Bay The Kestrel Eastern Area Championship was held at Maylandsea Bay Sailing Club over the weekend of 10th & 11th July. A fleet of 9 boats gathered. Posted on 12 Jul
GP14s at Maylandsea Bay
A first for the club? The GP14 Southern Travellers have added a new venue to the circuit at Maylandsea Bay SC which is located on Mayland Creek with racing in the creek and on the River Blackwater in Essex. Posted on 14 Jun
Blackwater Icicle 2019
Forty boats attend event hosted by Maylandsea Bay SC Forty boats assembled for a committee boat start in Lawling Creek for the 2019 Blackwater Icicle, this year hosted by Maylandsea Bay Sailing Club. Posted on 2 Jan 2020
Hornets at Maylandsea Bay
An early start after a Friday night curry The Hornet fleet descended on Maylandsea Bay on the banks of the River Blackwater in Essex over the weekend of 2nd & 3rd of September to share an open meeting with the Kestrel fleet. Posted on 6 Sep 2017
Hornets at Maylandsea Bay
First open since the European Championships A small but perfectly formed fleet of Hornets descended upon Maylandesea Bay Sailing Club for the first open meeting since the European Championships. Posted on 7 Sep 2016
Blackwater Armada raises money
For Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation An armada of boats of all shapes and sizes took part in a long distance race on Sunday 27th September organised by a joint committee of sailing clubs on the River Blackwater. Posted on 30 Sep 2015
Bart's Bash on the Blackwater
Sailors from six of the clubs on the river Sailors from six of the sailing clubs that sail on the River Blackwater Estuary all sailed together to take part in Bart's Bash race in memory of Andrew 'Bart' Simpson. Posted on 25 Sep 2014
Maylandsea Bay Frostbite day 6
A warm but disappointing breeze The final two races were sailed on a post-lunch tide in conditions that could only be said to be disappointing. Posted on 24 Mar 2010
Maylandsea Bay Frostbite day 5
A ‘bring it on contest Four weeks of pent up competitor itching was let loose as the start flag dropped in the Maylandsea Bay Frostbite series race 5. High cloud, sun and biting northwest wind rattling through the rigging as the fleet busied themselves. Posted on 16 Mar 2010
Maylandsea Bay Frostbite days 3 & 4
A shed load of misery A shed load of misery befell the Mayland fleet, as a dank grey day dawned with low cloud and a day of light airs sailing got under way, for until now the fleet has had the joy of goodly breezes and sunshine all be that it has been some what a tad nippy. Posted on 4 Mar 2010