HYC Humpy Bash

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.

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The old and the newish skiffs

We’re back! 2008-09 Season Kicks Off

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.  […]

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Queenslander 18 Foot Skiff

Come and Try Day – 18ft Skiffs

The 18ft skiff guys and girls are holding a come and try day in the 18ft skiffs this Saturday, 25th April, from 12 p.m. Get the chance to sail in both a modern or a classic 18ft skiff. The venue is the Darling Point Sailing Squadron , on Trafalgar Street, Manly (near the entrance to […]

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Classic Skiffs to line up for an Australian Championship

Five “Classic” 18 footers are set to battle it out for the inaugural Australian Classic 18ft Skiff title over the Anzac Day long weekend. The Classic 18s have been a mainstay of senior sailing at the Brisbane 18 Footers for some years now, and will be joined by “Bottle Mart” from Sydney to compete for […]

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Blown Out

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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How Good Is This?

What a fantastic day on the Brisbane River! The race was the third and final race of the Brisbane River Championship. The course was: Start at the club, Round the Red Lightship at Pinkenba to port, and return to the club. The wind was about 10 to 15 knots out of the south east. We […]

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Argus Tuft, Queenslander and Pacemaker

Some Potential Found

Been a while since my last blog entry. Someone make the days a bit longer. We had our second crack at sailing the “Fire Truck” during the Club Point Score race on the 5th of January.  We lined up with one Lightweight Sharpie “Lumpy Deck”, One Classic 18, the “Clockwork Orange” and a GP rules […]

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