As we weather the elements through the month of November, I am delighted to bring you the latest updates on the exciting developments at our Yacht Club. We have been working tirelessly to enhance our facilities, plan extraordinary events for our centenary celebration, and establish a new and meaningful affiliation that will further elevate our […]
It is with immense pleasure that I introduce myself as the newly appointed Commodore of this esteemed yacht club. With over 55 years of uninterrupted membership of SCYC, my connection to this club runs as deep as the ocean itself. It was here, at the tender age of eight, that I first set sail and […]
My first experience of The Yacht Club was ordering a pint and being formally asked to remove my cap whilst in the bar, but hey, that was forty years ago! This year I was asked by Michael Cope and Graham Price to be part of the crew on Raissa. She is a beautiful and complicated […]
As a precursor to the sailing season at Abersoch, on Monday 15th May 3 Abersoch Dragons headed off to glorious La Baule, just slightly north of Nantes. Crew and other halves were looking for fun on and off the water, so the journey to and from was important and taking the night ferry from Portsmouth to […]
John has been part of the Seabird family for more years than he would care to say. His father, the highly respected Nibbs Wallace sailed Ruddy Duck for many years. John then took over the mantel, lovingly keeping Ruddy Duck afloat, not an easy task as we all know. John has been part of the […]
Mike is probably best known as the owner of Conspiracy as well as for his "slow" racing exploits in Keelboat Week and using his boat as a Committee Boat. What people might not know about are his cruising exploits to Iceland, Faroes, Shetland, Scilly Isles, Ireland and the West Coast and Islands of Scotland. He […]
SCYC Squib May Day Series SCYC Squib sailors gathered at Pwllheli Marina ready for Nicholas Butterworth of Firmhelm to crane in ready for racing this Bank Holiday weekend. Race 1Saturday brought an unusual mist and no wind. Gradually the sun burned off the mist an a SW sea breeze established at about 2.30. The first […]
It's Live - Our new Cove Restaurant is ready to open! Our new catering partner, John Palmer of the Abersoch Spirit Company, opened the doors on Thursday 9th March 2023. For March 2023, whilst the finishing touches are being put to the restaurant opening, The Cove will open on Thursday, Friday Saturday all day and […]
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