What's On

Time Line
 

Jun 04 - July 04

June 18th - July 18th The Biscay Challenge. Isle Of Man to  Spain, with stop(s) in western Brittany on the return leg.
 

May - 04

21st Lift in and resumption of challenge training

8th Lift out for challenge preparation.

 

Apr 04

8th to 12th - Mini-Challenge to Ireland (passage & watch keeping experience for Biscay Challenge volunteer).

 

 
 

Mar 04

8th             - Tony Aspell gains place Biscay Challenge crew place
13th & 14th - Maintenance
20th            - Manx Radio onboard Balstara to record interview about the Biscay Challenge
27 - 28th     - Test of Aqua4gen towed water generator
 

Feb 04

1st to 7th    - Astro navigation refresher
14th           - Training: RYA Sea Survival (Hamble)
15th           - Training: RYA First Aid (Hamble)
19th           - Details of challenge appear in the Manx
                   newspaper "The Courier"
21st & 22nd - MCA Diesel servicing, winterisation & fault-
                   finding (Eastleigh)
 

Jan 04

14 - The charity Friends of Chernobyl's Children accept invitation to use the Biscay Challenge as the basis for a fund raising event
 

July 03

20 - End of Nordic Challenge
21
- Return to weekend passages within the Irish Sea
 

 

June 03

20 - Start of Nordic Challenge
 

 

May 04 - Visited

  1. Ardglass

Apr 04 - Visited

  1. Arklow
  2. Dun laoghaire
  3. Howth
  4. Talbot Bay (Lambay Island)
  5. Harbour anchorage (Lambay Island)
  6. Saltpan Bay (Lambay Island)
  7. Whitehaven

Mar 04 - Visited

  1. Laxey
  2. Whitehaven
  3. Amlwych
  4. Moelfre

Jan 04 - Visited

  1. Holyhead marina (Anglesey)

December 03 - Visited

  1. Auchenmalg Bay (in Luce Bay)

September 03 - Visited

  1. Conwy Marina
  2. Laxey
  3. Whitehaven
  4. Garwick Bay

August 03 - Visited

  1. Moelfre
  2. Garwick Bay
  3. Bull Bay
  4. Cemaes
  5. East Tarbert Bay
  6. Ailsa Craig
  7. Stranraer
  8. Port Logan
  9. Port Erin
  10. Isle of Whithorn

July 03 - Visited

  1. Llandudno
  2. Colwyn Bay
  3. Moelfre
  4. Lamb Island (Anglesey)
  5. Porthyrysgaw (Anglesey)