Hollingworth Lake Silver Tiller

02/10/2014 11:25:10
Nick Brook
Hollingworth Lake would like to invite all Merlin sailors, whether they be modern, classic or prime of life to its traditional Felucca Trophy Silver Tiller event on the weekend of 11th/12th October.
 
For the sum of just £25.00 all entrants will receive free tea/coffee, Saturday tea and Sunday lunch.
The traditional Saturday evening 3 course dinner is charged separately.
 
Why not treat yourself to a weekend in the Northern hills at the home of the Current National Champion, Silver Tiller Holder and Salcombe week winner, and if that doesn't entice you, we have hand pulled beer at £2.00 a pint!
 
Links to the NOR are on the events page.
 
 

07/10/2014 09:57:21
Nick Brook
With Ranelagh unfortunately having no wind and subsequently being cancelled this makes Hollingworth the last available chance for any hopeful ST qualifiers who haven't got a restricted event within their scores to include one!
 
There is plenty of local accommodation and I'm please to say the evening meal menu has been sorted.
 
Starter: Prawn Cocktail
Main: Coq au vin
Deserts: No doubt something with ice cream!
 
We even stock Doom Bar now!

07/10/2014 16:20:12
Ian Mackenzie
3555 coming to play

08/10/2014 09:34:30
Nick Brook
Excellent news! Looking forward to welcoming you.

09/10/2014 10:53:15
Martin Smith
3567 too.

09/10/2014 15:53:26
Nick Brook
Ian/Martin,
 
Thanks for confirming you're coming at the weekend. I just wondered if you have friends or knew of others that are coming as well and may be staying for the Saturday evening dinner. We're just trying to help the catering team - my wife & others! with numbers.
 
Regards
Nick

09/10/2014 20:32:12
Ian Mackenzie
Hi Nick,
Yes please, 2 of us for dinner
Ian 3555

09/10/2014 21:02:33
John Cooper
Ian, have you done the Felucca before?  If not have they told you about the porthole?  Look forward to seeing the pics! 

09/10/2014 21:09:37
Dougal

John,

 Thank you for the timely reminder!

 
Does anyone have a picture of the port-holing taking place......this has to be included in t'book!
 
Cheers
 
Dougal 

10/10/2014 17:05:06
Ian Mackenzie

Hi John,

Probably a tad too rotund to get thru one now I fear although I do remember jumping off the bridge roof of HMS Kent (about 40ft up) after sundowners whilst at anchor off Capri! Most of the Wardroom followed suit. But that was last century when the ships were made of oak and the men were made of steel.
 


10/10/2014 19:14:39
Chris Martin
I'd pay to see Ian and Martin go through!!

12/10/2014 17:07:48
Ian Mackenzie
Thanks to all at Hollingworth. Terrific hospitality, great company and a brilliant catering team. Looking forward to coming back next year. Ian and Angela

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