What's On In January
Off The Beach News
The sun came out and the wind was just right to catch some waves and really fly, and those bullets were like hitting the Nitro button- pure magic!
Next week is back to our regular 2.00 pm start, 1.57 first warning and the weather is looking good, so as our old friend Molly would say, " Do yourself a favour!"
Change To Sailing Instructions
A Class Nationals
Not fazed by all the famous sailors Dave sailed a great regatta and came third, beating three-time world champion Steve Brewin in the process!
Stuart also had a great result coming 6th but unfortunately got a couple of holes in his boat courtesy of a pre-race T-bone, ouch! Glenn and Ewan traded blows at the back end of their division but learnt a lot while learning from the fleet and both managed a mid-fleet finish each. All results here
|2nd||The Office||Evan Macwhirter|
|1st PHD||Vincitore||Peter Russell|
|2nd AMS||Mr Bojangles||Pauline Cleaver|
|3rd ORC||Mr Bojangles||Pauline Cleaver|
|1st PHD||Fransiska||Peter Morrison|
|2nd AMS||Rells||Mal Winder|
This Weeks Races:
|First Warning Signal||17.25H Pursuit Start|
|Tower||Race Officer:||Di Jackson|
|Duty Boat:||Crowded House|
|First Warning Signal||9.55H Boat Start|
|Tower||Race Officer:||David Donaldson|
|Tower Assistant:||Elaine Nicholas|
Saturday 21 January - MYC Hovell Pile Race
For any SBSC yachts planning to race in the MYC Hovell Pile Race this Saturday, the Special Sailing Instructions are available on the MYC website or click here.
Cruising Weekend to Geelong
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