A bit of fun to pass the time. Identify the venue and year then add your caption for any ‘interesting’ feature! We didn’t get many caption entries but Nicola correctly worked out 2 of the 3 venues. her caption for 2011 (foreground) was “Paul (Barnes), you’re looking the wrong way”!
2020 marks the 60th Anniversary of the Scorpion class. From modest beginnings in 1960 the Scorpion has grown to almost 2,050 boats and is sailed at numerous clubs around the UK. We continue to go from strength to strength with several new boats currently under construction (wood and GRP), very
The Association’s annual accounts for 2019 have now been approved by our Hon. Independent Examiner, John Wood, of South Cerney SC. New 2-page format adopted for readability – please see attached. Financially we are in a sound position and things are looking good for Penzance 2021. Many thanks to John
Dear All, We hope you’re all well in these strange and weird times. We’ve got a mixed bag of news. Last night we made the decision to cancel this year’s Nationals, for what we hope are obvious reasons. It was a very tough decision to have to take, with the
It is with great sadness we announce that Barry Vigus, a past stalwart of the Scorpion Class, has crossed the bar. Barry died suddenly at his home in Liskeard on Friday 24th April aged 68. From 1979 to 1981 Barry was Commodore of Porthpean Sailing Club, the spiritual home of