Author: brisbane18s

COVID-19 Update March 26

The Club would like to draw attention to the current tracing advice current 26 March 2021 – https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/contact-tracing Queensland Health has updated its contact tracing advice for Westfield Carindale Shopping […]

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2021 JJ Giltinan Wrap-up

Alex Watson, Matt Rogers and Lachlan Prentice, sailing Lumix and David Hayter, Ben Roxburgh and Elliott Mahar, sailing Queenslander participated in the recently completed 2021 JJ Giltinan Shield in Sydney.   […]

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2021 Historical 10 Foot Skiff Australian Championship – Regatta Page

Notice of Race – 2021 Historical 10ft Skiffs Australian Championships ONLINE ENTRY FORM Entries and Crew List Willy Weather – Bulimba (Qld) Forecasts, Tides  Windy.com – Wind Forecast Event & […]

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COVID-19 Update January 8 2021

Happy New Year to all members and followers of the Brisbane 18 Footers! The Commodore would like to reinforce the Queensland Health advice in regards to the lockdown of the […]

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Lumix, 2020 JJ Giltinan. Photo credit Angus Roxburgh

Queensland 18ft Skiff Championships October 2020 Wrap

For those not on Facebook – while the Club was unable to host a full regatta to celebrate its Centenary at the beginning of October, it was able to hold […]

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Tangalooma, an 18 footer, on it's way down the Brisbane River to win the Australian Championship. Source: State Library of Qld https://hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/149647

1920s – New name, new hull restrictions

The Brisbane Eighteen Footers’ Sailing Club was the new name for the start of the 1920-21 season, as reported by the Telegraph and The Courier Mail on 30 September 1920, […]

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