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2017 Inters – 1 more sleep

The 57th 12ft Skiff Interdominion Championship kicks off tomorrow with the Invitation Race at 1:30pm. If the forecasters are right, tomorrow shapes as one of the strongest days of the championship… Weather Situation A high pressure system in the Tasman Sea will extend a firm ridge and east to southeasterly winds into southern Queensland waters […]

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57th 12 Foot Skiff Interdominion Championship – Regatta Page

With thanks to our supporting sponsors: Notice of Race – downloadable PDF Entries and Crew List Willy Weather – Manly (Qld) Forecasts, Tides Event & Race Schedule / Race Results Race Reports 2017 Inters – 1 more sleep Invitation Race Day 1 – Races 1 & 2 Day 2 – Races 3 & 4 Day […]

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12ft Skiff Interdominions – Auckland

The QLD 12ft skiff fleet took to Waitemata Harbour to compete in the 56th running of the event. 4 skiffs made the journey, supported by Maersk and the Brisbane 18 Footers Sailing Club, and the results were the best in a long time in the strong 25 boat fleet. The week started with rain and […]

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Results – Race 2

1. Sydney Sailmakers 2. Geotherm 3. Maersk 4. Ghetto Sled 5. Big Foot Custom Trapeze Harnesses 6. Giddy Up 7. LCC 8. Chapman HPS 9. Skoll 10. Kelsow Consulting 11. Tank Girl 12. The Bird 13. Hempel Yacht Paints 14. Hey Charger 15. Arrogant Frog 16. Slippery When Wet 17. Pennyliss 18. The Wingman 19. […]

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12s – State Titles Race 5 and 6 – 28th March 2015

The big showdown finally arrived.. With more hype than BMads first time, and with only a week to go before the Nationals, the Brissie 12’s flooded down to the bay to race the final two heats of the QLD State Titles. The Forecast was fun with 15-20kts forecast but only 10-15 blowing during rigging time.. […]

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18s 2015 Aus Champs – Day 3 Report and Wrap

Squalls and unsettled weather greeted crews on the final day of competition at the 2015 18ft Skiff Australian Championship on Waterloo Bay, Manly. Between rain fronts the bay was barely ruffled by constantly shifting winds at less than 5 knots, making setting a sailable course challenging for race officials and sailing a highly tactical affair […]

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