Archive for July 2015

Again a fresh blast from the West gave the race an edge with limiting conditions and added bullets to keep crews alert. Wind recorded from the start boat was 10 to 22 with the strongest gust 28 knots.


Highland Ghost – WHWS Race 6

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The Laser Masters’ World Championships were sailed in the waters off Kingston between July 12 and 18. The sailing venue, Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, is located at the eastern end of Lake Ontario and the head of the St. Lawrence River in Canada.

Three GFS members competed – Kevin Phillips, David Edmiston (Great Grand Masters) and Geoff Lucas (Over 75 fleet).


Photo Luka Bartulovic

The results after 11 races (Final Provisional results) can be viewed here – Radial Great Grand Master and Radial 75 and over.

Protecting children from abuse is a responsibility that we must all undertake. Through the implementation of strategies that assist in preventing child abuse from occurring, Greenwich Flying Squadron has taken a pro-active role in relation to child protection and intervention. These strategies will help to foster a safe and positive environment for children and young people to participate in physical activities.

Please take the time to read the policy.

The GFS Child Protection Policy can be viewed on the Club Information (Club Documents) page of the website or here

The so called Antarctic vortex reduced the Race 5 fleet as the cold and windy conditions made the decision to sail difficult. However, some hardy souls ventured out in yachts to compete.


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The Sailing Program for the 2015 – 2016 season can be found on both the Club Information and Yachts Pages of the web site.  The program sets out all important dates of club events and the racing dates for Saturday yachts, Twilight yachts, Junior and Laser sailing. GFS Sailing Program

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