Mark Lyttle emerged victorious – 2018 Laser Masters World Champion!

CONGRATULATIONS MARK – Incredible achievement leading a spread of great results by QM sailors in Ireland.

After a touch and go battle with light winds on Dublin Bay, both course areas delivered a final race to round off the Laser Masters World Championships sponsored by DLR on Saturday afternoon (Dublin, Ireland – Saturday 15th September, 2018). The eleventh race did little to alter the leaderboards with emphatic class wins in all but two fleets.

Ireland’s Mark Lyttle emerged victorious in the Standard Grand Master class despite placing seventh in the final. Sweden’s Tomas Nordqvist had been challenging for the top spot but had a 14th place that dropped him to fifth overall leaving the way clear for race winner Carlos Martinez of Spain to take second place, just two points shy of Lyttle in first. … read more


Loads of top Brits were in his category (Alan Davis, Nick Harrison,Tim Law) as well as all the top sailors from other nations and he did it!

QM – Fantastic performances from Mike Hicks 2nd in Great Grand Masters, Roger O 3rd in Apprentices and Orlando 4th in Masters – what a team! And great stuff from the rest of the QM Team- Gareth, Guy, Mark S, Mark R, David, Neil, Chris, Niall. 

Bart’s Bash is Back! Join us on 15th 16th September

It’s only THE WORLDS LARGEST SAILING EVENT!! …. if there is one weekend to go sailing its this one – 15th and 16th September. Can we get the most boats on the water for Bart? (We had the 3rd most in the world last year with 117)

Every activity counts this weekend – COME ON DOWN and be part of it.

The world is going sailing again with Bart’s Bash now in it’s 5th year, and it’s a Guinness World Record attempt year!

The Largest sailing Race in the World. This year it’s all happening over the weekend of 15/16 September 2018 and there are lots of ways you can get involved at Queen Mary to join in the largest sailing race in the world. As well as the main race on Sunday morning, we have a race on Saturday morning and the Bart’s Buoy Race will be running all weekend so you can turn up and try your speed in a Pico on either day.

Saturday 15th September

Saturday Club will be out in full force with a briefing at 10:00 and their race start at 11:30.

The course and the racing will be suited to boats of all speeds and crews of all abilities. To take part you don’t need to book if you have your own boat, just turn up on the day. If you plan to use a Club or Sailability boat then that needs to be booked in the usual way. By signing on and taking part, your results will be entered for you into the global table.

Also on Saturday Team 15 will be taking part in their own special Bart’s buoy race.

Sunday 16th September


The first race of the day on Sunday will count as our Bart’s Bash main race. This is the Club’s normal Sunday race and counts towards the Autumn Series so a double bonus for all involved! Newcomers and potential members are welcome to join us on this special day. There will be a briefing at 09:30 and the race starts at 10:30. If you plan to use a Club boat then that needs to be booked in the usual way. By signing on and taking part, your results will be entered for you into the global table.

Also on Sunday our Intro to Race Group and Youth Group will be doing their own special events for Bart’s Bash.



All weekend (10am till 4pm both days) there will be a fleet of Picos available to jump in and sail around the ‘Bart’s Bash Buoy’ and back. Record a time and distance to get an official result on the world wide Leaderboard, as you compete against the best in the world all over the world!


There are no charges for entry to Bart’s Bash, but if you would like to donate and help raise funds for disabled sailing you can: Make a donation via the Bart’s Bash website or put money in the club’s collection tin.


Bart’s Bash is when the world goes sailing!

It’s a global sailing event raising funds for the Andrew Simpson Foundation and verified by Guinness World Records as ‘The Largest Sailing Race in the World’. Bart’s Bash is the day when we especially remember and race in memory of Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson, the double Olympic medallist who tragically lost his life whilst training for the Americas Cup in 2013. Since its launch in 2014 more than 800 venues, 54,000 sailors across 62 countries have participated, these figures calculated before this year’s event due to be held on 15th, 16th September.


RNLI Pursuit Race

Bank Holiday Monday 27th August

RNLI Pursuit Race – this has been cancelled.  However, the QM Team will be setting up a triangular course for anyone who wishes to practice mark-rounding, or have an “unofficial” friendly race with others.  Please feel free to come up for some social sailing!  Any donations to this fantastic cause are always welcome.

NSSA Success for the QM Youth Squad 23rd – 29th July


Last week the QMSC Youth Squad arrived at Datchet Water Sailing Club for the National Schools Sailing Association Regatta ready to have a fun week of sailing, little did they know that we would come away triumphant. all our sailors did exceedingly well with our greatest achievements in the Topper fleet were we came away with 7 of the top 11 places much to the frustration of other teams.

A fabulous week was had by all both on and off the water and it’s fair to say Steph is a very proud team manager.

Most of those sailors are now away at national and world events and we hope their success continues.

QMSC Saturday Club Visit to Weymouth 2018

The fabulous summer weather continued for the Saturday Club trip to Weymouth on 14th and 15th July. This great event was organised by Peter Caselton, aided by Andrew Craig and there were 12 QM members in all, based out of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Centre (ASSC). Weymouth was a glorious picture postcard under the blue skies, with crystal clear water.

The light winds in the morning were followed by a good sea breeze in the afternoon.  Saturday saw all the group close–quarters racing in the new RS Zest single handers and to their delight some beating the ASSC instructors.

On Sunday there was the opportunity to try something, heading out in the RS Ventures and Laser Stratos beyond the harbour to Weymouth for a sandwich lunch in the bay.

As for the social side of the weekend, there were ‘nautical debates’, lots of laughs, but if you want to find out about why they were given a ‘dispersal order’ by a local pub, you’d best ask them …

The Weymouth Trip is a firm favourite in the Club’s calendar, so watch this space for the 2019 dates and details.

10 top tips – making the most of your Open Day

How Queen Mary Sailability Pushed The Boat Out – by Terri Pilgrem and featured in RYA news 

More than 40 people tried sailing as individuals or as part of groups at Queen Mary Sailability’s Push The Boat Out Open Day in May.

So how did they engage with new groups and individuals so successfully that many have or are planning to return to sail at QMS again? QMS Open Day Co-Ordinator, Terri Pilgrem, has their 10 top tips…

1. Our Open Day as part of a wider marketing plan

We didn’t start off planning an open day. Instead, we were looking at how we could make QMS more visible to local people and groups. We decided to offer free ‘taster’ sailing sessions, which could show people what a fantastic facility and activity we have at QM.

2. Professional appeal

We wanted to have a distinct identity so people and organisations would immediately recognise and remember us. We created a central QMS email address for all incoming queries. I designed a new QMS logo and stationery and produced two flyers – a generic ‘Let’s Go Sailing’ flyer and one promoting the Open Day.

To save on printing, we created a low-resolution version of the PDF that could easily be emailed or posted to social media. I also set up a QMS Facebook page. For all the promotional material it made sense to use photos showing good weather and happy participants. We were then ready to start promoting QMS.

3. Think creatively about how to reach people

Back in January I compiled a target list of about 50 groups and organisations to contact, coming at it from all angles and really thinking about where disabled people go and where they find their information. This included researching local disability groups and partnerships, UK-wide charities and organisations, disabled sports organisations and businesses providing services to disabled people.

I entered our event on search databases that the disabled community uses, such as “”, Open Sessions, Active Surrey, etc. The list also included, for example, sport/event venues where there is a dedicated Access Officer who can display promotional material in the disability access areas of these stadia, as this presents an opportunity to put your name in front of lots of people.

4. Find your champions in organisations and groups

You need to reach the key workers, therapists or clinical practitioners, the people making decisions about the care of or looking for things to do with their clients, or the people who deal with communications/social media.

Once I had my contact list I started at the top and just started ‘cold calling’. I kept my message short, simple and clear; saying who I was, that we were running an open day where people could try sailing for free and could I speak to someone who might be able to help share our flyer. I found people were really happy to help. The telephone may be the old-fashioned way of contacting people but it works. It’s an opportunity to inspire a response with your own enthusiasm for your subject.

5. Other people marketing you is very powerful

Some organisations kindly offered to put our flyer in their membership newsletter or on their website or Facebook page. It’s helpful if a disabled individual or group can see the information is coming to them from an already trusted source. Even the big national organisations and charities have local branches and groups, and the communication channels within these organisations work very effectively. Sharing on their social media enabled people from our area to learn about our event, but raised wider awareness of sailing in general too.

6. Keep in touch

Follow-up but don’t chase. Like, share and comment on what organisations are posting on social media to gently remind them about you, or tag them in activity you’re doing that might be relevant to their audience.

7. Relationships can be mutually beneficial

Be conscious a reciprocal arrangement can work between you and another organization. For example, organisations like Gwennili Sailing Trust, Access Adventures or Sportability provide adaptive outdoor/sport adventure programmes so, with that in common, we can promote their opportunities to our members too.

8. Advance booking is preferable

Know in advance who will be taking part on the day. We wouldn’t have turned away individuals who turned up to the Open Day without booking, but knowing who was coming ensured their expectations were met and we had enough resources, including catering, available on the day.

We organised the day into hourly sailing slots between 11am-4pm. When an individual or group contacted us, they were assigned a slot of their choice. This was their sailing time – they could stay on or come early and have a look around and some lunch, which we had set up beside the water, which kept everybody together and made it a very social ‘buzzy’ day.

9. Set expectations

Pre-event communication was key for participants and volunteers. If a participant was unsure about what boat they’d like to sail in, I sent them a sheet with photos and short description of our three boat types to choose from Longboat, Yeoman or Hansas, with a proviso that they could change on the day if we had the boats free.

Once people began expressing an interest I set up a Master Schedule which contained the following… Time Slot, Name, & Contact Details, Name /
Disabled Sailor, Boat, Helm/Crew, Disability Hoist,  Disabled Parking Source

I initially spoke to the participant, and followed up with an email confirming the details they had given me, and the time slot they had chosen, reminding them the event was weather-dependent and we would confirm everything closer to the day. Our next contact with them was two days before the event with a weather report, map/directions, confirmation of time slot, clothing to bring, etc.

It meant they were clear what to expect and we were clear we had the resources and capacity to manage the day successfully. All the boats were in the water by 11am, ready for the first participants to arrive and go sailing in their pre-assigned boat with their pre-assigned crew, followed by lunch organised by our Secretary, Dee.

10. Investing for the future

The positive outcomes of organising and hosting an event like this are not simply the people taking part and their return to us, but the relationships formed with other people/ organisations throughout the process, relationships, which no doubt will be fruitful in the months and years ahead.

Mark Lyttle wins Laser Masters Nationals and Eurocup

The UK Laser Masters circuit gathered on Friday 22nd June 2018 in Hayling Island SC for their primary event of the year, the three-day Masters Nationals and Eurocup event.

Report by Niall Peelo (with assistance from Mark Lyttle)

In excess of 100 sailors, not just from all over the UK but with visitors from Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands and USA, counted 59 in the Standard and 48 in the Radial fleet. Notably, the entry included two Legends (sailors over 75 years) in Roger Williams and Ninian Eadie, and no less than 15 Great Grand Masters (over 65 years). Many of these visitors were no doubt hoping for a little last-minute practice for the Masters World Championships which takes place in Dublin in September where entries currently exceed 300 boats.

The fleet was greeted by superb Hayling weather: sunny, warm and a great forecast for the more sun and heat… but one thing was lacking in the forecast – WIND!

At the briefing, Race Officer Tim Hancock was hopeful that some wind would make an appearance, but having looked at four different forecasts he felt there could be as little as 4kts or as much as 12kts, and the direction was variable. Not very encouraging…however, as competitors left the briefing hopeful of a suntan, a few beers, good food, and maybe winning a spot prize or two, there only seemed an outside chance of some decent sailing. One competitor had even floated the idea of Masters go kart racing competition, given the forecast!

Nevertheless, the fleet launched in a light southerly sea breeze. On reaching the race area, all were surprised that there was in fact enough wind to race. The efficient and professional race management team from HISC wasted no time in getting set up and were straight into a sequence.


Rupert Bedell lived up to his rhetoric of being highly competitive without having trained at all by leading at the first mark in a steady 8 knot wind until he was passed on the final run by Mark Lyttle and a very fast-finishing Nick Harrison, and Thomas Mueller from Germany.

As the wind built for the second race, the Masters eased into their toe-straps and it was Lyttle being chased by Alan Davis, former champion (multiple times), Mueller and Stuart Hudson. Bedell let his exuberance go this time with a UFD for an early start.

The final race of the day was enough to ensure most of the fleet had aches and pains by the end, but it was Tim Law putting the pain of the serious knee injury behind who closed Lyttle throughout the race after the latter got away at the start.


The Radial fleet had a general recall before getting a clean start. After a very close first beat, it was Ian Gregory who led at the first mark, followed closely by Ben Elvin with the rest of the fleet in hot pursuit. The wind built steadily as the race progressed. Ian and Ben were battling it out at the front with a sizeable lead over the rest of the fleet. Elvin managed to work past Gregory to win the first race. This was to be the first of many wins for Ben. Roberta Hartley managed to keep ahead of the remaining boats to finish third.

The sea breeze continued to build and race 2 got under way with minimal delay. Elvin continued to show his superior speed with a huge lead at the first mark. Niall Peelo was a distant second, just ahead of the rest of the fleet. This is how it continued until the finish (Elvin being so far ahead, no-one could actually see him!). Andrew Byrne finished 3rd.

Most sailors were sceptical that there would be any racing at all on the first day, so by the start of race 3 most were surprised that the wind was at 15kts. Yet again Elvin led, Andrew Holdsworth (formerly from Yorkshire but now living in San Francisco), found the conditions to his liking and finished 2nd with Ian Jones in 3rd.

The Masters circuit is much more than just sailing. Back on-shore the social side kicked off. Most sailors started in the bar, where there was nothing but admiration for the race committee after three fantastic races. HISC is a great location for a big event as at 7pm the restaurant opened and the social continued over food. Spot prizes for day 1 included David Binding winning a Southeast Sailboats voucher. The irony is that David has bought almost everything Southeast Sailboats sell, so Max Hunt will need to design something new just for him!

There was also a very interesting presentation from Michael Beckett (British Sailing Team) on what life is like training and competing in regattas around the world. Many of the Masters sailors were amazed to hear people actually train for regattas!

The social for some moved back to the bar, and after closing time the stragglers were last heard singing and playing guitars on the beach late into the night. The Masters fleet really does cater for everyone!

Day 2 for many started with a hangover. The standard cure for this seems to be one of HISC’s fry-ups followed by a full day’s sailing. Three races were scheduled, and despite lighter winds and tricky conditions, the race committee managed to deliver the three races.


Five Standards were black flagged in the first race but it did not stop Tim Law leading from start to finish. The second race of the day caught many sailors out with a big right shift, but not Bedell, who led at the first mark closely followed by Chris Whalley until Lyttle and Law eased past with Bedell slipping back. Unlike the Radials after them, the final race saw a return to more predictable conditions with the usual suspects up front.


This day will be remembered for several reasons; the day that provided tricky choppy light conditions; the day Elvin didn’t win a race (Byrne managed to break the winning streak to take race 6 after a very tricky shifty short race); and the day of the black flags. Nine sailors fell foul of the black flag, but Gareth Edwards was obviously influenced by the World Cup managed to score a hat trick of black flags!. Max Hunt, fresh back from Kiel Week and not wanting to let Gareth feel alone, also scored a black flag hat trick.

There was also a protest, just to tick all the boxes a top regatta must have!

On arriving back at the beach, the fleet were greeted by Joel from Laser Performance, one of the event’s very generous sponsors, with his wife Sian who were handing out free beer and cider in the dinghy park. This kick-started the social for Saturday evening which culminated in more spot prizes and a draw for the Wildwind holiday won by Allison Hutton of the Radial fleet.

The Laser Masters fleet claims to be the only sailing fleet with its own band, and after the prize draw, sailors were treated to tunes from Tony Woods (saxophone), Rupert Bedell, David Trout, Gareth Edwards (guitars) and David Freeman (vocals). A true “Laser Performance”… we hear the Isle of Wight festival are looking to sign them up for next year, provided there is no clash with a Laser event!

Day 3 started warm with no wind. The Race Officer postponed, confident that the sea breeze would kick in. The breeze did kick in, and the sun continued to shine for the remainder of the races.


Lutz Hirsch from Germany won Race 7 by a country mile with Roger O’Gorman finally finding his pace in second from Whalley. Tony Woods didn’t let his performance the previous night get in the way of his best result of the weekend in fourth just behind Andy Le Grice and ahead of Michael Hicks, the leading Great Grand Master.


Yet again Elvin led the way around the race course, with Hartley and Ann Keates taking up the next two places. Rob Cage, UKLA Vice Chairman, finally found his mojo and posted two 4th places. After Black Flag Saturday, it was a welcome change to cross the finish line and see the white board showing no sail numbers, instead ‘1/2 time England 5 Panama 0’!

Once ashore, the prize giving was held. Thanks to such great sponsors and organisation of the whole event being led so superbly by Gareth Edwards, some commented that they had never seen so many prizes at an event! Thanks go to Laser Performance, Southeast Sailboats, Tideway LLP, Rooster, Fernhurst Books and Phoenix Marine, as well as several sailors in the fleet who have helped fund new perpetual trophies.

Mark Lyttle (1st overall Standard fleet) summed up the event by saying it had been superbly run both on and off the water, and to spread the word because Laser Masters sailing is “the best gig in town”.

The next UK Masters event takes the fleet to Pevensey Bay SC 1st and 2nd September 2018, and promises to be another superb event. A number of the Masters also plan on heading to Plymouth for the UK Laser Performance National and Open Laser Championships 21st to 27th July 2018 – the event promises to include great racing and social for Laser sailors of all ages.

Overall Results:

Standard Rig

Pos Nat Sail No Category Helm Club R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 Pts
1st GBR 211165 GM Mark Lyttle QMSC 1 1 1 ‑8 1 1 5 1 11
2nd GBR 195867 GM Tim LAW Salcombe YC 8 ‑12 2 1 2 3 7 2 25
3rd GBR 174621 GM Nick HARRISON Stokes Bay SC 2 6 5 5 5 4 ‑8 5 32
4th GBR 213699 GM Alan DAVIS Oxford SC ‑12 2 3 3 11 11 10 6 46
5th GER 173330 M Thomas w. MUELLER SCLM 3 3 4 7 8 24 ‑26 8 57
6th GBR 204644 M Stuart HUDSON Keyhaven and Spinnaker 10 4 ‑23 2 16 2 11 16 61
7th GBR 210671 GM Tony WOODS Qmsc / Sbsc 14 7 8 13 7 12 ‑16 4 65
8th GBR 213145 GM Chris ELLYATT Queen Mary SC 15 8 11 4 10 8 ‑18 14 70
9th GER 205207 M Lutz HIRSCH Mühlenberger Segelc 5 19 34 6 6 5 1 (DNC) 76
10th GBR 154030 AM Chris WHALLEY Parkstone YC 17 13 16 9 3 ‑19 3 19 80
11th GBR 209122 AM Roger O’Gurman QMSC 11 15 10 (BFD) 12 16 2 15 81
12th GBR 213646 M Gareth GREENFIELD Oxford SC 7 ‑37 18 17 15 13 4 12 86
13th GBR 213640 M Andy LE GRICE Warsash (DNC) 26 6 15 25 6 9 3 90
14th GBR 209265 GGM Michael HICKS Queen Mary SC 6 25 14 11 22 10 (DNC) 7 95
15th GBR 209121 AM Dave FREEMAN Queen Mary 9 14 7 19 20 (DNF) 20 10 99
16th GBR 182979 AM Tim PEARSE Stokes Bay SC 19 9 9 (BFD) 4 20 35 11 107
17th GBR 209000 GM Tim DICKINSON HISC 21 17 19 16 ‑28 18 15 25 131
18th GBR 210595 AM Jim Fifield King George SC 38 21 (DNC) 18 23 9 13 13 135
19th IRL 185730 AM Rupert BEDELL Queen Mary 4 (UFD) 12 BFD 9 26 17 9 137
20th GBR 213005 M Neil PETERS Pevensey Bay SC 30 5 38 10 30 (UFD) 6 21 140
21st BEL 206433 M Michel MAJON CN Altea 25 10 15 24 ‑44 14 28 29 145
22nd GBR 197237 AM Olly BUSH Weir Wood SC 20 ‑45 22 20 26 15 14 28 145
23rd SUI 207315 GM Markus OCHS WSV Doordrivjers 13 ‑32 24 12 21 32 23 22 147
24th GBR 208270 AM Neil Davies Queen Mary 16 22 27 28 18 ‑36 25 20 156
25th GBR 214073 M David GODDARD Weirwood SC 27 23 30 33 19 21 ‑42 18 171
26th FRA 202123 GM François MEESEMAECKER C N Wimereux 24 24 29 14 24 35 24 ‑37 174
27th SUI 208305 GM Beat HEINZ Royal Varuna YC 22 16 25 (BFD) 31 37 22 23 176
28th GBR 201942 M Bob CUDMORE Parkstone YC ‑52 11 13 21 36 40 33 26 180
29th GBR 206716 GGM Peter SHERWIN Chew Valley Lake 34 40 17 22 17 25 27 ‑45 182
30th GBR 212061 M Simon HARDIMAN Bartley S.c. 29 18 41 32 14 ‑42 30 35 199
31st GBR 211257 GM David Castle QMSC 28 35 ‑37 31 32 22 21 30 199
32nd GBR 20539 GM Ian SWANN HISC 26 20 35 26 50 7 40 (DSQ) 204
33rd GBR 201939 GM Ashley DEAKIN Overy Staithe 18 39 26 (BFD) 33 33 38 17 204
34th GBR 191029 AM Simon RIDDLE Stokes Bay SC ‑57 51 40 27 13 46 12 27 216
35th FRA 211183 GM Gilles GRENIER C N Schoelcher 33 27 21 34 ‑39 39 34 33 221
36th GBR 213463 GM Guy NOBLE QMSC 32 33 39 23 ‑41 31 37 38 233
37th GBR 206890 GM Patrick HAMILTON Burwain 47 31 20 41 45 30 ‑51 24 238
38th GBR 214299 M Peter MCCHRYSTAL Blackpool & Fleetwood YC 37 41 42 35 27 (UFD) 29 43 254
39th GBR 147122 M Craig PALMER Lancing 35 30 45 ‑48 40 34 32 40 256
40th AUS 210150 GGM John ROBERSON Royal Perth YC 36 29 (DNC) 43 55 28 36 32 259
41st GBR 208888 GM Simon RADFORD Bosham SC 39 ‑49 33 38 47 17 47 39 260
42nd GBR 194879 M Mark Rahn Dovestone SC 40 48 47 30 37 23 44 ‑55 269
43rd GBR 210979 GM David HARTGILL Parkstone YC 50 36 28 50 53 29 ‑54 31 277
44th GBR 204915 GM Tim KNIGHT RLymYC 42 47 ‑50 37 46 49 19 41 281
45th GBR 207700 M Julian Wilkins Chichester YC 44 44 32 49 29 ‑52 39 47 284
46th GBR 201625 M Rob WHITTON Stokes Bay SC ‑46 38 44 39 34 38 46 46 285
47th GBR 182219 GM Malcolm MARSDEN Blackpool and Fleetwood YC GG 45 ‑52 46 40 35 27 43 50 286
48th GBR 142040 GGM Kim Bowerman VNSC 23 ‑53 52 36 52 44 41 44 292
49th GBR 211374 M Steven Fowles QMSC 43 42 36 46 43 ‑51 48 34 292
50th NED 213990 M Rutger FLIERMAN WSV Doordrijvers 48 43 ‑49 42 48 45 31 36 293
51st GBR 69 M Colston NICHOLS Parkstone YC 51 34 31 (DNC) 42 47 53 42 300
52nd GBR 187515 GM David Bates QMSC 31 50 ‑55 25 51 50 49 51 307
53rd GBR 214266 GM Carl DOWNING Stokes Bay SC 49 46 ‑51 45 38 43 45 49 315
54th GBR 211363 M Michael Pryer QMSC 41 28 43 (DNC) DNC DNC 50 48 330
55th FRA 213626 GGM Logie 53 ‑57 54 29 54 41 55 54 340
56th TRI 204014 GM Ivan WESTERN West Wittering 54 54 48 44 49 54 ‑57 52 355
57th GBR 211406 M Andrew CROSHER Aldenham SC ‑58 55 53 47 56 48 56 53 368
58th SUI 158155 GM Monica Bodmer 56 56 56 51 58 53 52 (DNC) 382
59th FRA 68041 GM Plovier Bernand DYC 55 (DNF) DNC 52 57 DNC DNC DNC 404

Radial Rig

Pos Nat Sail No Category Helm Club R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 Pts
1st GBR 208663 AM Ben ELVIN Stokes Bay SC 1 1 1 1 1 ‑3 1 1 7
2nd GBR 213589 M Ian JONES Dovestone SC 4 5 3 2 2 2 ‑8 2 20
3rd GBR 204969 M Roberta HARTLEY Parkstone YC 3 ‑9 4 6 4 4 2 7 30
4th IRL 212225 AM Andrew BYRNE King George 5 3 7 5 5 1 ‑9 8 34
5th GBR 162576 GM Terry SCUTCHER Shotleysc 6 7 5 3 8 ‑14 5 12 46
6th GBR 200510 M Ian GREGORY Frensham Pond & Queen Mary 2 8 8 (BFD) 3 26 6 3 56
7th GBR 209412 AM Niall Peelo QMSC 10 2 10 14 ‑19 7 16 11 70
8th GBR 213641 GM Rob CAGE Thames SC 7 14 30 7 (BFD) 5 4 4 71
9th USA 213558 M Andrew HOLDSWORTH ST. Francis YC 14 4 2 12 14 22 ‑25 9 77
10th GBR 198605 GM Jimmy CARTER LSC 11 12 11 13 11 ‑33 14 5 77
11th GBR 213052 GGM David BINDING Weir Wood ‑27 11 19 8 7 13 15 6 79
12th GBR 204031 M David CATTO Hunts SC 8 10 15 (BFD) 20 9 10 10 82
13th GBR 197742 M James Stewart Netley SC 17 ‑31 20 4 9 10 7 16 83
14th GBR 203275 AM Ian ALDRIDGE Lancing 9 ‑26 25 11 6 6 13 21 91
15th IRL 206943 M Sean CRAIG Rstgyc 15 18 16 16 10 11 12 (DNC) 98
16th GBR 212403 GM Ann KEATES Parkstone YC 13 20 32 (BFD) 16 12 3 23 119
17th GBR 213093 GGM Mike KINNEAR Grafham Water SC 12 ‑44 12 9 24 18 18 27 120
18th GBR 177861 AM Alison STEVENS ASA 18 19 26 25 13 17 ‑36 15 133
19th GBR 210848 M Andrew HARTLEY Parkstone YC 21 6 6 19 17 27 44 (DNC) 140
20th GBR 200678 GM Richard Ellis CCYC 36 17 24 20 (BFD) 8 20 19 144
21st FRA 210940 GGM Daniel DEVOS SNPH 19 ‑30 21 23 22 21 30 20 156
22nd GBR 212531 AM Tulloch PRIEST Bough Beech 20 ‑37 27 24 18 24 17 28 158
23rd GBR 202547 GGM David TROUT Lancing SC 25 29 ‑35 10 15 19 32 29 159
24th GBR 210047 GGM Glyn PURNELL Leigh & Lowton 23 23 33 33 26 ‑34 11 13 162
25th GBR 213565 M Wesley ABSOLOM Thorpe Bay YC ‑40 22 17 37 21 28 27 14 166
26th GBR 205151 GM Bruce SNELLING Burghfield ‑32 28 23 28 12 25 29 24 169
27th GBR 213579 GGM Ian RAWET Grafham Water SC 24 ‑39 34 15 23 36 28 18 178
28th GBR 214300 GM Max HUNT Whitstable 28 15 9 (BFD) BFD BFD 24 17 191
29th GBR 202204 L Roger WILLIAMS Starcross 26 25 (DNF) 22 35 23 22 38 191
30th GBR 203323 GGM Kevin PEARSON Thames SC 34 13 31 17 28 (DNC) 35 34 192
31st GBR 201709 GM Robert DRAPER Stokes Bay ‑46 38 40 18 39 16 26 26 203
32nd GBR 212199 L Ninian EADIE Queen Mary SC 35 24 18 26 38 ‑39 31 32 204
33rd FRA 211190 GM Claudine TATIBOUET C N Schoelcher 37 35 14 38 34 20 ‑41 33 211
34th GBR 203320 GM Gareth EDWARDS Queen Mary SC 22 21 29 (BFD) BFD BFD 19 25 214
35th GBR 209188 GM Pete BELL Royal Lymington YC / Highcliffe SC 39 36 36 ‑40 29 29 23 22 214
36th GBR 185608 M Mike Shepherd Stokes Bay SC 41 32 13 (DNF) 27 31 37 39 220
37th GER 205206 M Alexandra BEHRENS Muehlenberger Segel‑club 16 34 39 30 (BFD) 32 21 DNC 221
38th GBR 210360 GGM David KILLEY Maidenhead SC 30 43 ‑45 32 33 15 33 40 226
39th GBR 190738 M Pete ALLSOP Oxford 42 16 22 27 30 (DNC) DNC DNC 235
40th GBR 183526 GM Tom EDOM DCA ‑44 41 37 21 32 30 40 37 238
41st GBR 152585 GM Sue RITCHIE Newport Boatc 33 40 44 29 25 40 ‑46 30 241
42nd GBR 209453 M Elizabeth BROWN Royal Burnham YC / Burnham SC ‑43 27 28 36 36 38 42 36 243
43rd GBR 198155 GM Steve TAYLOR Chelmarsh 38 33 38 35 37 (BFD) 34 35 250
44th GBR 207984 GGM Alison HUTTON Budworth SC 45 ‑46 42 31 40 37 38 43 276
45th GBR 191334 GM Jonathan JONES WOBYC 29 42 41 (DNC) DNC DNC 39 31 280
46th GBR 206502 GGM Hilary THOMAS Locks SC 31 47 (DNC) 39 41 DNC 43 41 291
47th GBR 200307 M Dariusz SADOWSKI Bough Beech SC ‑47 45 43 41 42 35 45 42 293
48th GBR 201962 GM Nolan DAWSON Oxford (DNC) DNC DNC 34 31 41 DNC DNC 302

Open Day – Saturday 30th June

Queen Mary Sailing Club will once again opens its doors to the public for a happy, fun-filled day.

Do you want to start sailing?
Would you like your children to have sailing lessons?
Perhaps you want to come back to sailing after a break?

On offer will be sailing, windsurfing and SUP sessions and family fun activities. Members and staff will be present to answer any questions about membership, courses and we will be pleased to welcome any new members.
Join us on Saturday 30th June and take a first step into Sailing, Windsurfing and Stand Up Paddle Boarding.

Our Open day will run a morning session and an afternoon session to give as many people as possible the opportunity to get on the water. Book your places at £3 per head, on our online booking link below.

  • Morning session – 10:00 to 12:00
  • Afternoon session – 14:00 to 16:00

Those who have wondered what it is like to go in a RIB will be offered a ride around the lake. This is a great chance to get on the water and it’s open to you, your friends and family!