• 12s – 14th September 2019

    Saturday saw three 12s at RQ for what looked like a drifting sick easterly. Last minute withdrawal meant the grey boat Scum and Villainy pull out without even putting in a stick. New boat was Kitchen Makers recently purchased from Sydney by a couple of ...

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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2019 Historical 10s Australian Champs – Wrap up

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2019 12ft Skiff Australian Championship Results

   

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12s – 30th March 2019

The forecast, depending where you sourced from, was either 5-10knots building then fading or 15-20knots fading late.  The rigging lawn was experiencing 20knots all the weather observation points were inconsistent; 20 at spitfire, 14 at inner beacon, 25 at bananas, the morning coaches had all seen 30+ knots and rescued their learner fleets off the […]

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12s – 9th February 2019

Once again Waterloo Bay put on fantastic sailing conditions. Recapping on Saturday 2/2/19.  The water was murky and uncomfortably warm and the skies overcast and Giddy Up was the only starter. They had the bay to themselves and a cracking ride in 20knots with the 2nd rig dialled in, catching the Etchell fleet with 1.5 […]

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12s – 13th October 2018

Well what a weekend of skiff racing..!! Wet and Wild is not just a theme park on the GC, it’s the perfect description of Saturdays racing..!! With the forecast changing hourly, it was anyone’s guess as to what to expect out there… The WingMan played it safe and threw in 3rd, while the old hands […]

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12s – 29th September 2018

Not so much a race report as a summary of the day’s antics. Giddy Up arrives at the rigging lawn hoping to find a crew to Shanghai.  Not five minutes later and without speaking to anyone, no one, not even the sandwich lady, a text message is received; Alex heard I required a crew and […]

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