Monday 25 th March: Anatomy of a Fall (2023). Oscar nominated. Film starts at 1900 hrs - run time 2h 30m. Crime /courtroom drama. A woman is suspected of her husbands murder and their blind son faces a moral dilemma as the sole witness Tickets are free, but to book you need to Click Here
Published 09:39 on 12 Feb 2024
Debbie Purser, St Mawes-based owner and skipper of pilot cutter Tallulah, gave us a fascinating insiders view of what it is like to sail (and maintain) one of these beautiful boats and why they have grown in popularity in recent times. Debbie and Adam founded the annual Pilot Cutter Review in 2008 (also known as the World Championships). This year the events will take place in the first week of June.
Published 14:03 on 30 Jan 2024
The new Club website is active! Members can log in to the Members Area by selecting 'Login' in the top right of this page, followed by 'Create an Account' on the Log In page. Full details of how to use the website, including how to book events and courses, are provided in a User Guide that can be accessed from the link at the bottom of this page or by clicking Here
Published 15:36 on 21 Jan 2024
January 2024 - Newsletter Extra I am pleased to let you know that I have recently been able to add 2 extra talks to our events calendar. Thursday 18 January 1930 hrs . Peter Young has offered to talk and open a discussion about: Global warming - is it real? What is its impact on shipping and what is the maritime industry doing to
Published 14:25 on 9 Jan 2024
2023 has been a great year for sailing events in our local area and further afield. We enjoyed the spectacle of the tall ships in August and the beautiful classic yachts in the Richard Mille Cup race in June. A large number of Shrimpers took to local waters for their International Shrimper Week in June, and in July the St Mawes One Designs celebrated their centenary in style. It has also been wonderful to see so many
Published 14:11 on 2 Jan 2024
The Club's annual Prize Giving and Laying Up Supper was held on 28 October. Well attend, despite competition from the Rugby World Cup Final, the Club's new Commodore, John Andrews, awarded prizes and trophies to the deserving winners, including Jeannie Bown (seen in the photo), who received the Penrose Trophy for her huge contribution as the Club's Quay Secretary over the past 5 years.
Published 13:39 on 12 Nov 2023
The blustery weekend weather failed to dent the party spirit and enthusiasm for the St Mawes One Design class as it celebrated its 100 years of racing on the weekend of 15/16 July. The pretty 16-foot daysailer, suitable for cruising and racing, was designed by local boat builder, Frank Peters, in 1923 and 45 boats were built, with regular weekly racing taking place at St Mawes Sailing Club
Published 13:21 on 12 Nov 2023