Some pictures from the event for your delectation, the programme of games is in a previous NWW post (David Fleck wasn't able to make it so we missed out on seeing his lovely Anglo Dutch Wars game).
River Plate in 1/600 using the same ground scale as model scale. Opening salvos at 30m on the lawn. Unfortunately rain stopped play!
Harwood's squadron for the River Plate game
This is what a 30m "on table" range looks like!
Rory's packed Napoleonic game, using Warhammer Trafalgar rules
Peter Colbeck's Mediterranean pre-dreadnought campaign, based on my RJW campaign and tactical rules
Gary Mitchell's "Dreadnought" variant of Osprey's "Fighting Sail"
Mark Bachouse's excellent "Seige of Portsmouth ECW game. Beautiful terrain
A close-up of Portsmouth and the Round Tower in Mark's game
One of the new exhibits
Andy Jose driving rebellious Red Russians in Simon Stokes Russian Civil War game
Another view of Gary Mitchell's "Dreadnought" variant of Osprey's "Fighting Sail"
The Anglesey Hotel, HQ for some of the team
All the years I've been coming to the museum and I have never noticed this weather vane
The battle of Memphis in 1/1200
Dave Sharp's "Joint Stock Company" game (aka "Plucky Brits attempt to pinch a Spanish galleon)
More action at Memphis
Powerboat racing at its best :)
We are looking forward to even bigger and better things in 2016, although it will likely be with someone else at the helm. After 5 years organising the event I feel it is time to pass the baton to someone else who can bring something fresh to the weekend. Fingers crossed a volunteer pops up soon.