Hiltgund 2009

July

Hiltgund at the Crinan Classic Boat Festival 2009

2nd - 6th July

Crew aboard:
Chris Perring, Andrew Shaw, Christian Shaw, Andrew Whitfield, John Bourke, Mary Lindsay & John Bartholomew

Photos by John Bartholomew

Day 0 (Thursday) - see previous page

Day 1 (Friday) - see previous page

Day 2 (Saturday) - see previous page

Day 3 (Sunday) - A glorious sunny morning for The Ladies Race. The crew of Hiltgund were pleased to welcome Mary Lindsay aboard as our guest lady helm. Saturday's luck with the wind shifts was not repeated, so the result was not quite as gratifying, but intermittent sunshine and a gentle breeze made for a very enjoyable sail.

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Some of Hiltgund's crew before the Ladies Race.

Above: Hiltgund gets under way.

Below: The Truant gets under way.

 

 

Above: VIC 32 with spectators out to watch the racing. Below: Various Classics out racing.

A list of all the boats which were entered can be found here.

 

The Truant - Crinan Classic Boat Festival 2009

 

 

 

VIC32 - Crinan Classic Boat Festival 2009

Opposition - Crinan Classic Boat Festival 2009

 

 

Hiltgund - Crinan Classic 2009

 

 

 

M.Y. Zest parts company to go and take part in the General Race

   

 The General Race - a truly wonderful spectacle!!

   

M.Y. Zest at the Crinan Classic Boat Festival 2009

Sarabanda leaves the Crinan Classic Boat Festival 2009

 

 

   

Another cracking Crinan Classic - well done to Ross, Mike and all their helpers. Hiltgund looks forward to being back next time!!

Day 0 (Thursday) - click here.

Day 1 (Friday) - click here.

Day 2 (Saturday) - click here.

Day 3 (Sunday) - this page

Day 3 + 1 (Monday) - click here

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Back to Hiltgund Photo Album

Download Hiltgund info sheet

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