The reservoir is over one mile long by approximately half a mile wide, where cruising can be enjoyed under the safe visibility of the on-duty safety boat crews
Tuesday evenings through the Spring and Summer months provide a safe environment for casual sailing as well as the opportunity to practice skills in a non-raciing environment.
Whatever your ability, the Lake is ideal for windsurfing in most wind directions, with a spacious grassy area for rigging, and an easy launching area.
You don’t have to worry about tides and you can enjoy the luxury of hot showers, hot drinks and the chance to have a chat with other members.
We have racing all year round at the club, as the resevior is warm enough to sail in without too much discomfort even in the winter months. During the warmer months we have racing three days a week as well as various class and club regattas
You will find club racing competitive and friendly at the same time in both the General Handicap Fleet as well as the well established Solo Class Fleet
Racing will be for Fast and Slow Handicap fleets for mono hull dinghies with a recognised PY, Flying 15s and K1 and K6 keelboats.
Classes that muster 7 or more boats can be given their own start.
First race is at 12:00 on the 19th October, and there will be 5 races, weather permitting.
There will be a galley with hot food. Overnight camping is possible but please contact us in advance to request this.
Event Contact: John Rischmiller
Notice of Race: Click here to read the 2019 Regatta Notice of Race.
Sailing Instructions: Click here to read the 2019 Regatta Sailing Instructions.
Open to all lady helms, mere males are allowed to crew!
It's a General Handicap race, single start, class flag "G", as per the Club Sailing Instructions
Enjoy the delights served up by our own chef, the Vice-Commodore!
Hunt down the slower boats starting before you!
You start according to your rating, slowest boats first. The one leading when the time runs out is the winner!
Pursuit Race Sailing Instructions are here.
From Wednesday, 10th April 2019, our main club series, with the exception of the Winter series, will have three fleet starts, Fast Handicap, Slow Handicap and Solos, starting at 2 minute intervals in that order, rather than our previous two fleets, General Handicap and Solo. The OOD has the discretion to group starts together if it appears that only a few boats will be present for a particular start.
Fast Handicap has class flag numeral "4" (a white cross on a red background pennant), and is for boats with a lower than or equal to the Portsmouth Number of the Finn dinghy (1051). This includes Int. Canoe, Contender, Finn, Fireball, Flying Fifteen, Merlin-Rocket, Osprey, Phantom, RS 100 8.4, RS 200, RS 400, and Tasar.
Slow Handicap has class flag "Y" (diagonal red and yellow stripes), and is for boats with a Portsmouth Number greater than 1051. This includes 420, Argo, Byte CII, Enterprise, Europe, Lark, Laser, Laser 2000, Laser 4.7, Laser Radial, Miracle, Mirror, Optimist, RS Aero 7, RS Feva XL, RS Vareo, Solo, Topper, and Wanderer.
Solo has class flag numeral "1" (a red circle on a white background pennant).
The Winter series will still have a single start for the General Handicap (i.e. all boats).
Tata boats at Tenby
The successful and popular Traveller's Series continues in 2019.
2018 and saw 24 boats travel to 6 venues with the winners travelling to 4 of the venues, winning the first three
Llandegfedd boats have supported the series in the past and we have included their venue this year as a result as well as visits to perennial favourites Saundersfoot, Tenby and Mumbles before finishing the series at Tata Steel.
This is an Open Event, inviting others from around the region to enter and join in the fun FREE of charge.
Event Contact: Andrew Jenkins
Notice of Race: Click here to read the 2019 Traveller's Series Notice of Race
Sailing Instructions: There will be no specific Sailing Instructions as this will be covered by each individual Event Organising Authority. For details, look to each event organisation website