A History of St Mawes Sailing Club by Nigel Sharp
By Nigel Sharp
Today it's a brilliant membership with round 1,800 participants. each year it presents various crusing possibilities – either for area people and for vacation viewers – together with round sixty membership races; championship occasions for a minimum of part a dozen periods, either conventional and smooth; numerous cruises-in-company to different neighborhood ports; and formal guide and races for hundreds of thousands of youngsters. Its marvelous clubhouse, which has attractive perspectives of the starting point and St Mawes Harbour, presents a snug and vigorous environment within which contributors and visitors can meet socially.
Using an excellent number of images, Nigel Sharp tells the tale of this extraordinary club.
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