Inshore News

A strong fleet of twenty-three boats set sail last Saturday for the FSC Inshore Section’s first race of 2018. Conditions were almost perfect with a consistent 14 knot South-South-Westerly sea breeze and sunshine.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018INSHORE WEEKLY UPDATE

SATURDAY 20 JANUARY Mike Harvey Race to Hillarys / Dinner at Hillarys

Thursday, January 11, 2018INSHORE WEEKLY UPDATE

SATURDAY 13 JANUARY – CONSISTENCY RACE 8

Thursday, January 4, 2018INSHORE WEEKLY UPDATE

Well Christmas is over and New Year has been celebrated, congratulations to those inshore sailors who participated in the Cockburn Regatta...

It was a topsy-turvy day on the water for the FSC Inshore fleet competing in the Ron Warren Trophy last Saturday. Before the start of the race the wind was gusting up to thirty knots (apparent) and some boats struggled to make the start at Y mark under...

Calms, shifting and changeable winds under stormy skies greeted the FSC inshore fleet as they set out for the feeder race to TCYC last Saturday morning. All but one of the fleet made it down the sound within the time limit to enjoy the hospitality of TCYC. ...

Thursday, December 14, 2017INSHORE WEEKLY UPDATE

The final Saturday race for the calendar year is the Ron Warren Trophy/Consistency Race 7 on 16 December – we look forward to a good turnout!

Nineteen boats took to the water in perfect sailing conditions for the FSC Inshore Summer Series Race 6. A 10 knot SSWly breeze built to 15 knots during the afternoon. Many sailors had come down early to see the Clipper Round the World fleet depart the club...

A strong sea breeze kept the fleet numbers down to only thirteen boats in the FSC Inshore Consistency Race 5 last Saturday. Wind speeds were over 25 knots true with gusts to 29 knots at Fish Rocks provided exhilarating conditions for competitors. Boats reported over thirty knots...

A modest fleet of seventeen boats contested the FSC Inshore Consistency Race 4 windward/leeward race last Saturday. A ten knot south westerly breeze created perfect conditions for this more intense form of racing with only the JAM boats sailing round a wing mark.