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  1. LANDENBURGER MAXX , 4.9 Main Sail (Old Style) Very Quick sail in good condition $250.00 Or $500 with set of Fibre Form Battens Phone Sam 0419 884 009 Email justplay1(AT)bigpond.com.au
  2. Can anyone tell me when the next heat is on?. is it this Sat the 20th ? and what time dose it start?. Thanks Sam
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    skiff gets run over. silly yank

    how about this one, Mite make some of the guys who kite board think twice.
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    cat rig v's sloop rig

    Hi Brad, I think you have miss taken my post, you do not need to have a two diffrent rigs to sail the boat in cat or sloop. To clarify what I said was you can sail the boat as a sloop/cat with minimal change. once you get more competitive you will prob set the boat up to favor ether sloop or cat. If you are in NSW, I will be sailing at the speers point reggatta on friday (unless the weather is crapy) you are more then welcome to come down and look at my boat and discuss any questions you may have, or call me 0414 934 115 Sam
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    cat rig v's sloop rig

    Hi Brad, Yes some of the older cats use the old A-class ally section, however these mast are no longer aloud to be sold under a new rule from this years AGM, So boats that currently have the "lighter Mast" can stil use them but once they break or are damaged the rig has to be replased with the standard section. (also there is worry the lighter section wont stand up against the new big head sail) Sam
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    cat rig v's sloop rig

    Hi Brad, Yes in simple terms you can simply leave the jib off and go sailing. the boat will still preform. There are a lot more changes that can be made to the boat if you start to sail the boat in ether configeration. Pre bend, barber huller, sail fulness ect. I regulary sail with a crew and the boat reflect that. but when Mel can't make it I still have a ball sailing cat rig. In saying all of that i lent my boat for the NSW states as a cat and it came in second place with on changes. Sam AUS257
  7. freshly painted ply boat, still very competitive boat, ropes and fitting recently reolaced, boat is currently being sailied cat but comes with jib, beachrollers and comes on reg gal trailer $6000 Ph 0418 494 293
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    Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta

    Hay Macca, Will be great to see the super Taipan up here, the Weather forcats is now looking good the beer is on Ice. The Club grounds will be open for Camping on Friday night for anyone coming up early. Sam
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    Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta

    Hi Every one, The Marathon Regatta is shaping up to be a big one Harken, Schionning Marine and NSW Maricat Sales have now sponsored the event.
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    Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta

    Hi Every one, The Marathon Regatta is shaping up to be a big one Harken, Schionning Marine and NSW Maricat Sales have now sponsored the event.
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    Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta

    Hi Phil, The Marathon will start in front of the club,(assuming the predominate 15 knot NE comes in)we will then work past Middle Island about 1.5k to the northern side of the bay from there we will reach in to corlett (nice kite run) from the mark in corlett well then run/reach down the bay and around the back of Snapper Island to a mark of Tanilba Point, (This is where the race will be split in to a small fleet and a large fleet)the small fleet will then round the fist fishies mark of Mallabula point, the large fleet will then round the second Fishies Mark of LTP then run back down to the Finish. The course should take 2.5 to 3 hours and is a lot of fun with some great reaches long works and nice runs. Harken and Schionning marine have also now sponsored this event. Looking forward to seeing everyone there. Sam
  12. Notice of Race Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta 16th and 17th of February 2008 At the Tanilba Bay Sailing Club, Lloyd George Grove Tanilba Bay NSW 2319 To be sailed on the Beautiful waters of Port Stephens There will be an 11.30 am Briefing on Saturday with 3 Back to back Sprint Races starting not before 12.00 pm Sunday there will be a 10.00 am Sprint Race followed by the Port Stephen Marathon starting at 1.30pm. (with briefing before hand.) This event is open to all classes of Catamaran as well as being the final leg for the NSW Taipan & Capricorn Travellers Series. Race Fees- 2 man Boat $40 or $20 for one day 1 Man Boat $35 or $20 for one day There is Free camping available at the club on Friday and Saturday night as well as the Club will be hosting a BBQ on the Saturday night. For more information phone Sam Breaden on 0414 934 115 or email justplay1@bigpond.com.au
  13. Notice of Race Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta 16th and 17th of February 2008 At the Tanilba Bay Sailing Club, Lloyd George Grove Tanilba Bay NSW 2319 To be sailed on the Beautiful waters of Port Stephens There will be an 11.30 am Briefing on Saturday with 3 Back to back Sprint Races starting not before 12.00 pm Sunday there will be a 10.00 am Sprint Race followed by the Port Stephen Marathon starting at 1.30pm. (with briefing before hand.) This event is open to all classes of Catamaran as well as being the final leg for the NSW Taipan & Capricorn Travellers Series. Race Fees- 2 man Boat $40 or $20 for one day 1 Man Boat $35 or $20 for one day There is Free camping available at the club on Friday and Saturday night as well as the Club will be hosting a BBQ on the Saturday night. For more information phone Sam Breaden on 0414 934 115 or email justplay1@bigpond.com.au
  14. Notice of Race Tanilba Bay Marathon Regatta 16th and 17th of February 2008 At the Tanilba Bay Sailing Club, Lloyd George Grove Tanilba Bay NSW 2319 To be sailed on the Beautiful waters of Port Stephens There will be an 11.30 am Briefing on Saturday with 3 Back to back Sprint Races starting not before 12.00 pm Sunday there will be a 10.00 am Sprint Race followed by the Port Stephen Marathon starting at 1.30pm. (with briefing before hand.) This event is open to all classes of Catamaran as well as being the final leg for the NSW Taipan & Capricorn Travellers Series. Race Fees- 2 man Boat $40 or $20 for one day 1 Man Boat $35 or $20 for one day There is Free camping available at the club on Friday and Saturday night as well as the Club will be hosting a BBQ on the Saturday night. For more information phone Sam Breaden on 0414 934 115 or email justplay1@bigpond.com.au
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