09 July 2013
Potters to the Yar and Totland and a Treasure Hunt were all cancelled due to poor weather. However, there was a successful trip on June 27th to Oxey which was extended to the marshes around the Lymington river. On 2 July a group of four scows set off for Hordle cliff, but rain forced them to turn back early.
On the same day the RLymYC organised approximately 30 Scows threading the Needles joined by four boats from Keyhaven. The weather was cold and quite windy, but all boats succeeded. The trip was completed by a cold and windy picnic on Hurst Spit.
13 March 2013
19 September 2012
The Club Scow is now availiable for use by Members. For full details of the conditions of use, please click here.
07 April 2011
8 Scows, 1 Cormorant, 1 GP 14 & Sentinel set off for Lymington in the first KYC organised potter of the season. The weather was magnificent and the wind forecast to be Variable 3 turned out to be sufficient with the easterly tidal set to drive all the boats up the Lymington River.
All boats successfully moored at the Lymington Pontoon and had a very pleasant lunch at LTSC sitting in the sun on the balcony. The wind had freshened for the afternoon beat back to Lymington and the tide had turned westerly which with wind against tide made the journey somewhat bumpy. However 1 1/2 hours after setting off from Lymington all ten boats & Sentinel were safely back in Hawkers with no problems. A very successful potter with suntans for all & nothing for Sentinel to do except have a pleasant trip in the sunny weather.
02 December 2010
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