Led by Bill Kenyon and supported by our S.I’s Steve and Josh. Some of this will be outside, so come dressed suitably! The event is free to members, but please book via our WebCollect site so that we know the numbers attending!
Led by Harry Brown, who has plenty of knowledge and experience to share. You will feel more confident to join the racing when you know the most basic and important rules! Session starts at 7pm, finishes around 9pm The event is free to members, but please book via our WebCollect site so that we know [read more…]
Ian Turnbull from Rope4Boats will be running a splicing master class at Budworth Sailing Club on Friday, 16th February. The session will start at 7pm and finish no later than 10pm and will be a practical session providing an overview on modern ropes and the techniques for splicing them. The talk will cost £10.00 [read more…]
The fifth in this years series in the Thirsty Thursday sessions. An introduction to Racing – Aimed at those who are relatively new to the sport and are keen to learn a bit of the theory behind racing. This is a session based in the club house. The session will introduce the stages of the [read more…]
As you may know, we have a computer-based Racing System at the club. This session will show how to join a race using the “Sign-In” computer (and how to sign out if you change your mind! What the race signals mean etc. Especially for new members who think you might give club racing a try [read more…]
The seventh in this years series in the Thirsty Thursday sessions. Racing Techniques – Aimed at those with experience of racing, who want to improve and master the skills. More details on the subjects will be added later. Session will be led by Bill Kenyon. Session starts at 7pm and will finish around 9pm. The [read more…]
Running Racing – Starts and Courses – Making a race course fair for all the competitors for club racing is an art. It is one of the key skill sets that enables Budworth to shine as a Racing Club. We need to maintain that and ensure that we improve the quality of racing every year. [read more…]