History in the making – check it out: Are you on the entry list for Penzance 2020? Pirate Chief Mate Steve Walker and Pieces of Eight Commander Chrispy Yates have quietly been performing a minor miracle since our last Penzance 2020 Nationals update in November. In less than
Yes it’s official! Thanks to all of your commitment as ‘Diamond Pirates’ and a lot of energy on behalf of our Class Chairman, Chris Yates, and Class Secretary, Steve Walker, we have achieved 60 pre-entries for the Penzance 2020 Scorpion National Championships. That is 60 boats – almost double the
Light winds plagued the first day of the Scorpion Open at Notts County Sailing Club over the weekend of 5/6th October. There were 26 entries from as far south as Northampton and Chew Valley, west to Llandudno and north to Sheffield. On Saturday the light wind was fickle, switching direction
Pennine Sailing Club hosted the Scorpion Northerns over the weekend of the 28th / 29th Sept, with a challenging schedule of nine races (seven to count) over the two days. Saturday’s forecast of torrential rain, floods and strong winds put off some competitors with a reduced fleet of 8 taking
The sun most definitely shone on Lake 16 in the Cotswolds Water Park as the regular fleet of six home Flying Fifteens and four visiting boats was joined by four Scorpions eager to contest the shiny new ‘Cerney Scorpion’ trophy. Race officer Dave Whittle and his team made optimum use
Quite a trophy haul yet again for Pennine SC, with Anne Whitfield and Paul Newman sailing Scorpion 1979 ‘The Last Indulgence’ into 20th Place overall and adding the Bronze Fleet plate. Time to order a larger club Trophy cabinet Steve?
After talking about it for longer than either of them can remember, Isaac Marsh and Malcolm James finally got together in Scorpion 2001 ‘Zephyr’ at the Weymouth Dinghy Regatta 2019 and then did a spot of boat tuning at Pitsford Reservoir, in between riding that electric scooter, discussing the fictional