A Byte training and open event was held at Calshot Sailing Club over the bank holiday weekend of 2-4th May. There were 7 participants overall, from several different clubs as far afield as Bristol and Emberton.

On April 25th the 2015 Byte traveller series kicked off at Haversham Sailing Club. There was a warm welcome from the club as always but the weather was chilly and blustery for the eight Bytes and seven Laser EPS's who were sharing the event.

Please click here for details of the Byte Open at Haversham SC on 25 April, our opening event of the season. Please email Gordon to let him know if you intend to camp at the club. Here's hoping for good weather and a high entry.

The first May bank holiday (2-4 May) will be a Byte training and open event hosted by Calshot Sailing Club. Calshot Sailing Club is a small, friendly club located on Calshot Spit and it offers an opportunity to sail in a similar area to where the SailFest event will be held later in the year, but we will not be crossing the shipping channel.

PSA Australia have announced a new rig for the Byte aimed at younger/lighter sailers.

Check out the new ci rig here.

Hartley boats are hoping to have a c1 on their stand at the Dinghy Show.