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2016 Historical 10s Champs – Update to Social Schedule!

Please be advised that the venue for the Welcome BBQ on Friday evening will now be at the sailing venue for the regatta, Brisbane Sailing Squadron, and not the the Club premises. The regular Last Friday Club BBQ is also naturally to be held at BSS as well.   The NOR has been updated and […]

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2016 Historical 10ft Skiffs Australian Championship – Regatta Page

  Notice of Race – downloadable PDF (latest update 7 April 2016) Online Entry Form – see below Willy Weather – Bulimba Forecasts Tide Times – Cairncross Dock Tide Times – New Farm Race Schedule / Race Results Race 1 – Saturday 30 April Start 11:00 Race 2 – Saturday 30 April Start 14:00 Race 3 – […]

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Brace yourselves – 2014-15 Season is coming

Some skiffies are madly sanding, fairing and painting into mad hours of the night and all weekend.  Others walk past their charges on the way to work, brush leaves off the tarp (those boats lucky enough to have one), and get in their cars and drive off, with nary a thought to going sailing. Yes, […]

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H10s 2014 Aust Champs Race 3

Courtesy of Peter Burgess (with slight correction) By now the breeze was a steady 10 to 12 knots with some larger gusts when the race got underway with a clean start at 1321. For this heat there were only 7 starters, with 4 withdrawals.  As can be seen by the photo, Bulimba Point was very […]

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H10s 2014 Aust Champs Race 2

Courtesy of Peter Burgess from the NSW 10s By the start of Race 2 breeze had settled into an 8 knot Nor-Wester which was in the sweet range for the big number 1 rigs, with gusts to 10 knots. The start saw the fleet clean away at 1200. Immediately after the start the fleet split […]

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H10s 2014 Aust Champs Race 1

Courtesy of Peter Burgess from the NSW 10s. A skippers meeting, held at 0900 agreed to do 3 races back to back, in order to get a result for the titles. The breeze at this meeting was reaching up to 5 knots, which was unusual after the last two days. Most skiffs rigged with their […]

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