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Bass Week Merchandise

Last orders Thursday 11 July – don’t miss out! Our themed Bass Week tops (hoodies, zoodies and T shirts) as shown above are now available to pre-order for collection on arrival at Bass Week. See the options and place your

Don’t Miss Out

The biggest discounts for racing entries and camping will only last until 9 June. Enter here Please note that caravan/motorhome spaces are already sold out

Entries are open for The One Bassenthwaite Lake Sailing Week

DragonForce Derby 2019

Cutty Sark Challenge 2019

Ladies Juniors and Seniors 2019

John Peel Tankard 2019

RNLI Pursuit 2019

Martini Challenge Trophy 2019

Nat West Cup 2019

Nairn Pursuit 2019

Dubwath Cup 2019


Luffing Cup 2019

Jennings Challenge 2019

Student Discounts – Tell Your Friends!

Bass Week Fees 2019

Bass Week fees for this year have been agreed, and the brochure is being prepared with an expectation that entries will go live week commencing 7 April. Don’t miss out on the significant discounts available for pre-entry Pre Sun 9th

The ONE Bassenthwaite Lake Sailing Week 2018

Did you spend your holiday with us at Bassenthwaite for our annual regatta? Hopefully you returned home safely, caught up on your washing (and sleep), and looking forward to Bass Week 2019! The Bass team are always striving for continuous

Diary Date

Booking your holidays for 2019? Want to join us for another great Bass Week regatta? Don’t forget to reserve 3rd-11th August 2019, entries will be open from mid April!

Sunday 12 August 2018

The glorious 12th brings Bass Week to a close for another year. A very wet night wasn’t appreciated by those needing to take down tents and awnings, but it did stop in the morning, and it was much milder again

Saturday 11 August 2018

A beautiful morning for the final weekend’s sailing. The forecast southerly didn’t settle so racing was postponed for a while until a south westerly filled the bay. It proved to be a day of shifty winds that strengthened and swung

Friday 10 August 2018

Overnight showers have passed through but likely to continue throughout the day, but a good force 3 is forecast to keep the sailors happy. Just for a change the wind played tricks by blowing from the south instead of the

Thursday 9 August 2018

Fresher winds led to a few capsizes through the day, and the sun broke through for another glorious evening. The RNLI pursuit was raced in the afternoon, with a Tera Sport leading the fleet for the first three legs until

Wednesday 8 August 2018

A lovely morning to start the day, with some good winds forecast for the two race series. Unfortunately the forecast high risk of showers came true with a vengeance over lunchtime, and they lingered on until racing started taking the

Tuesday 7 August 2018

Is the summer weather slipping away from us? A drizzly start to the day, with a light wind wasn’t the most enticing combination of sailing conditions, but racing did get underway on time for those that chose to sail. The

Monday 6 August 2018

A cloudy, drizzly morning wasn’t the order of the day, but that’s what the DragonForce sailors had to endure in the first planned race. There was a good turnout of boats, perhaps too many for the jetty which seemed to