As usual the season will start when the Mayor comes to open the train rides for the year.
Anyone is welcome to bring and sail their boat on the day - you don't have to be a member of the club.
Just aim to have finished your latest project for a grand launching.
It is hoped there will be one or two new features for that day - but you'll have to wait and see!
Winter is over.....
........and the mist is clearing.......
......to reveal the monster of the lake
It didn't scare everyone.
A superb kayak model by visitor, Graham Royle, down South from Cheshire on holiday
At the February meeting Mark explains focusing light onto solar panels using mirrors.
Nick has re-engined his Riva Aquarama
Now for sale, John K's twice size Sea Commander, all 5 foot 8 inches of it.
Also seeking new owner, Bill Andrew's Vigilant
Andrew has acquired this Italeri PT boat
Jeff's Scud is progressing.....
........from stem to to stern
Deklyn had drawn his solar boat ready for 3d printing
Whereas John K has reverted to liteply..............
............... and plenty of freeboard
Andrew has opted for Basswood.....
.......but initially chose the wrong paint
Ian's landing craft is taking shape
In March, Mark explains his device for measuring the thrust of the solar motors when using different propellers
Jean has been making flags using computer printer paper intended for ironing images onto T-shirts
A very realistic result
Peter's latest boat, beautifully built by Paul
Peter is now building his own Vosper MTB 379 (380).......
.......from the Sarik short kit of a plan and laser cut wood
Andrew's fishing boat being ballasted in the test tank
The pond pump 'currently unplugged' due to water in the compartment. Not our project
For a project? Useful parts are salvaged when the radio fails on one of the many 'two motor steering' ready-to-run boats
Wishing you all a very enjoyable season's boating
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