The Quoile Yacht Club is set at the mouth of the Quoile river at the extreme south of Strangford Lough on the shores of Castle Island. The Club boasts some of the best facilities in Strangford Lough with some of the most sheltered moorings for Club members and visitors alike. The floating jetty is available for loading and offloading both supplies and crew. The Quoile is a busy Club, but maintains it's friendly atmosphere.
This is the third photo of the SftD CRUISING PHOTO QUIZ.
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A generous donation from Zurich has been a very welcome contribution to the unexpected costs we had when the headsail furling system had to be replaced. The new furler has been installed by our yachtmanager Bobby Moore with the help of some of our newer volunteers, which gave them the opportunity to learn a bit more about the boat.
Sailing the Menai Strait having passed under the bridge!
Britannia Bridge is a bridge across the Menai Strait between the island of Anglesey and the mainland of Wales. It was originally designed and built by the noted railway engineer Robert Stephenson as a tubular bridge of wrought iron rectangular box-section spans for carrying rail traffic.
This is the second photo of the SftD cruising photo quiz. A well known place amongst sailors so it can’t be difficult to gues where this photo was taken. Click on the photo to enlarge it.
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