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12s – 10th November 2018

Another cracking day on the bay. 10kts east forecast and that’s pretty much what we got. Nicely powered up big rig in the first race and kicked a few in the second to make it interesting. Ghetto took the guns but there was plenty of action. Giddy Up with sub @Ben Roxburgh and Tank Girl […]

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2018-19 Season Opener

And so the sailing season has begun. Saturday saw the 12’ skiffs commence the season at the 18footers opening day hosted by RQYS. Two of 12’s rocked up ready to rumble; Giddy Up and Carbon Chandlery.  The 18s were not completely without representation as Steve and Paul plus Jack and Josh put an 18footer on […]

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Historical 10ft Skiffs Ready for 2018 Australian Championship

Sunday 4th March will see the Historical 10ft Skiffs return to the Brisbane River, as the local teams dust off their gear and get ready for the upcoming Australian Championships. Our local skiffs will race on 4th and 18th March, and also 8th and 15th April. Races start at 2pm from Bulimba Point (Brisbane Sailing […]

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2018 Historical 10 Foot Skiff Australian Championship – Regatta Page

  Notice of Race – downloadable PDF Entries and Crew List – to be published when entries close Willy Weather – Bulimba (Qld) Forecasts, Tides  Event & Race Schedule / Race Results Race Reports Brief Information The Brisbane 18 Footers are proud to be conducting the 2018 Australian Historical 10ft Skiff Championships “Bob Lundie Trophy” […]

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2018 12 Foot Skiff Australian Championship – Regatta Page

With thanks to our supporting sponsors: Notice of Race – downloadable PDF Entries and Crew List – to be published when entries close Willy Weather – Manly (Qld) Forecasts, Tides Event & Race Schedule / Race Results Race Reports Brief Information The Brisbane 18 Footers are proud to be conducting the 2018 12 Foot Skiff Australian Championship “Norman […]

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Race Report 23 September 2017

Its Saturday…. Go sailing   Looking out over the bay at 6am and it was a glass out… Forecast was for ballistic.  Popped down to the local chandlery and spoke to chandelier (you know, the bright spark who work in a Chandlery) they reckoned it was going to go nuklear…  We’ll see 25 knots +/- […]

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