Pre-war racing  1930-39

For the 1936 season the Club presented gold, silver and bronze medals for the major trophy meetings.

1935 locally built Crandall hydroplanes lined-up for a press photo

1935 Edward Treglown the first Commodore of the Club.

1936 Handicaps were confidental and cards were personally handed to the drivers. In this heat Ruth Treglown (below) started on zero.

1935 The first annual dinner at the Royal Hotel, Lowestoft

George Treglown in the Italian-built Tobasco XIV.

1936 Malcolm Humphery

1938 Local boatyard owner Jack Robinson finished 3rd in the  Daily Mirror Trophy meeting in Red Wings.

1936 The Wherry buoy during the  Daily Mirror Trophy meeting.

1936 Race Programme

1938 Edward Treglown and Sid McMeekin compete in a 2-lap scratch race. Sid's son is still a club member.

1936 The Wherry turn during the Daily Mirror meeting

1936 Geoff Holt  congratulates George Treglown on winning the opening round of the Daily Mirror Trophy

Des Truman preparing for the 1936 Daily Mirror Trophy meeting - note the handlebar steering which was never a success in boat racing. The family owned the A.D. Truman boatyard opposite the park.

Racing on Oulton Broad - the world's oldest motorboat racing venue