We had Practise Session Number Two on the weekend and I think we’ve nearly got it. Darryl says it’s just a matter of keeping the bottom of the mast under the top of the mast. That way, the top of the mast can’t touch the water. Makes sense. Not sure what’s wrong with our mast, […]
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It’s more of a challenge than you may believe. Let’s look at the scenario and why it’s a little different to hoisting the spinnaker on a modern boat. The Spinnaker Pole For starters, the spinnaker pole comes in 3 or 4 pieces, so you are assembling it as you pole out. Also, there’s no topping […]
Firstly, congratulations to Laurie on a brilliant job in starting this blog. It has documented the fun and games of learning to sail a winged 18. Laurie has since moved on and Queenslander, one of Brisbane’s two winged boats has sat dormant in the sheds for a season along with his blog … until now. […]
The Fire Truck is back again for another season of punishment from the 18’s. We must be crazy.
Our first race was the Bias Boating Warehouse Humpy Bash, hosted by the Humpybong Yacht Club over the weekend of the 20th and 21st of September. Six races were held over the weekend.
Well, we’re back and sailing from a new venue! The two winged 18s and our fleet of Classic 18s will be sailing from Darling Point at Manly this coming season, with a handful of races only being staged from Bulimba (Brisbane River Championship). The first race will be held on Saturday 13th September from Manly. […]
Our next race was intended to be the Bias Boating Warehouse Humpybong Bash on the 16th and 17th of February. Unfortunately the regatta was abandoned with “Fire Truck” not making it out on the water once. Our next race will be in 2 weeks time at Bulimba
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