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  1. Big- as always. NOR and Registration form at http://www.greatlakessailingclub.yachting.org.au/get_file.cgi?id=35987136 The Wildcat is the October long weekend. 1-2-3 October 2016. We start planning over winter so we are, as always, looking to make it better for everyone. Suggestions welcome on this forum. On the water Already on the table for discussion is a youth division start. Or a youth division results... There's a difference and we would love to see a big youth presence this year. Off the water We are always thinking of our stomachs and Sunday night dinner planning is under way. Bar and licensing is an emerging concern. Having a licence means we have to manage alcohol. We make sure we provide great cold beer at great prices. We don't want to over-manage this aspect of the event, but being responsible is important. Being safe; we are about to renew members first aid training and water safety. Every support boat and jet-ski has trained first aide personnel, VHF communication and mobile phone communication with emergency services. The club has a comprehensive medical kit tailored for the location. ________________ Associations; please let us know if you are intending to have your association Titles run in conjunction the Wildcat. Planning and communication avoids misunderstandings around NOR and Sailing Instructions for competitors. There can be complications regarding insurances as to who is conducting the event. And, even the allocation of prizes. Associations, or groups, who simply collect the results at the end of the regatta for their groups use are ok. The F18 group collect results for the travellers series and I think other associations have done so in the past. Results will be complied using Sailwave. We are happy to provide and email the results to you as a sailwave or excel file. Unfortunately, due to the large numbers of competitors in the fleets, individual times are recorded for mixed fleets only as the fleet results are scored using yardstick. Staying at the club area is always it will be first come basis. The club would like campers to be mindful of others and make sure that everyone gets to share in the experience. We acknowledge that many competitors are staying off-site and we are developing systems to ensure that these people stay informed when there are postponements. Facebook updates are important. We know that hanging around a venue for hours waiting for the wind is not family friendly so head to town and keep an eye on Facebook for updates. For additional correspondence use our email listed below. forstersailing@gmail.com More to come and as always- suggestions are welcome. Cheers Scott Machon GLSC
  2. Only a week to go until Winterbash on 29 and 30 July.. Go to Humpybong yacht Club website http://hyc.net.au/ for further info .. Water temp is 20C so pretty inviting still for winter time .. three races next Saturday and a marathon from Woody point to Sandgate and Scarborough and return depending on conditions.. Excellent conditions tipped by weather sites. Race attracted 60 entrants last year and hoping for a larger catamaran and dinghy fleet this year. Senior and Junior divisions held on separate courses Camping available outside the clubhouse or accommodation on Redcliffe peninsula..
  3. Humpybong Yacht Club, Woody Point, Brisbane hosts the Queensland A Class championships from 5-7 May 2017. Twenty to thirty A class are expected to attend including Matt Homan, Brad Collett, Andrew Landenberger, Andrew Chaney, Peter Bradbury. Camping is available on the foreshore/carpark at Humpybong for sailors and their families. Further info at hyc.net.au
  4. THE BULLETS IS 50 This year!!!!! This years's Bullets Regatta to be held on the 3rd weekend of November 2016. 19 and 20 of November 2016 LOCK IT IN>> Any old Bullets Photos etc would be appreciated. Also looking for somewhere to hold you States or Nationals, or a heat of your traveller series, come join us!
  5. The grass is mown. The lawns are now a picture. Just a little top dressing to ensure a cover of greenness. The bindis sprayed. The search is on for more premium beers. The dinner menu planned. New bulb for the projector and a tweak of the TV antenna. AFL grand final Saturday afternoon. The Wallabies play on Sunday morning, the NRL on Sunday evening. The Band plays on Sunday night. We laugh We sail We always race. We're at the Wildcat. October 3-4-5 2015. Need to know more. https://www.facebook.com/greatlakessailingclub http://www.greatlakessailingclub.yachting.org.au We can't wait for everyone to come and have fun. As always, more than a regatta, it's the WILDCAT. Including NSW Taipan State TitlesNACRA Travellers Series (Not States)F18 Travellers series Yet again the GLSC is proud to maintain it's association with Zhik and agin we will be offering prizes across all Fleets. Camping at the club area and as always keep you space to a minimum. Entry is $100 per boat. Included NP access and camping. Any enquiries, contact the club via Facebook (above) or call Tim 0412 206 733. Wildcat 2015 Sailing Instructions.pdf WILDCAT 2015 NOR.pdf
  6. The World Masters Games are coming to Auckland in 2017 and the sailing regatta is being held at Torbay Sailing Club 22km north of Auckland Central. The NZ designed Weta 4.4 Trimaran has been selected as the multihull for the event In addition to the Laser and Laser Radial Proposed Age Categories 35-44 Apprentice Master (Laser, Radial and Weta) 45-54 Master (Laser, Radial and Weta) 55+ Grand Master (Laser) 55-64 Grand Master (Radial and Weta) 65+ Great Grand Master (Radial and Weta) Rental Boats Rental boats will be available for charter - prices have yet to be fixed. Buy, Sail and Ship There will also be options to buy a boat for delivery at the regatta and have it shipped home afterwards (tax benefits vary) Australia Container Shipment The Australian Weta Class is looking to ship a container of boats from Sydney to Auckland (and back) for use at the regatta.
  7. Attention sailors, Wallerawang lake regatta will be held on the 8th and 9th of November. Sailing will not start before 11 on Saturday. There will be BBQ lunches provided at the club and we generally go to the local club for dinner. Camping is available at the club. Come and join us for a family friendly and relaxed weekend with historically very close racing. NOR attached. Wallerawang Sailing Club INC. Annual Regatta 8th and 9th November 2014 Notice of Race The organising authority is the Wallerawang Sailing Club Inc. Rules The Regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in “The ISAF Racing Rules of sailing” and the Wallerawang Sailing Club Sailing Instructions. Location Lake Wallace, Wallerawang (Lithgow NSW) Program Saturday, November 8 No start before 11am Sunday, November 9 No start before 10am A briefing will be held before the start of each session of racing. Presentations will take place as soon as possible after the last race. Eligibility and Entry The Regatta is open to all classes of boat. Five or more boats of the same type will constitute a class. Other boats will be aggregated into separate classifications of similar type. All boats are to comply with their class rules at the time of the Regatta. All boat owners shall be a financial member of a YA affiliated sailing club. Boats and sailors shall enter by completing an entry form and paying the appropriate fee before racing. Entry forms are available at the clubhouse. Sailing instructions will be issued at the time of Registration. Insurance It is requirement that when registering, participants must hold a current Insurance Policy Certificate/Receipt for their boat, which included Racing cover $5 Million (minimum) Legal Liability Cover. Scoring System The Regatta will be scored as provided in Appendix A of the racing rules using the Low Point System. Courses The course to be sailed for each race will be notified at the briefing prior to each race. Entry Fees Regatta Weekend $40.00 Junior Race No Fees Penalties The penalty for breaking a rule of Part 2 of the Racing Rules will be the 720 degree turn penalty for Mono-hulls and 360 degree turn for Multi-hull boats. Liability All those taking part in the Regatta do so at their own risk and responsibility. The race committee, the Wallerawang Sailing Club and its members accept no responsibility for any sailor or the seaworthiness of any boat whose entry is accepted. All sailors are required to wear an approved Personal Flotation Device when sailing. Catering Food and drink are available at the Club House. Amenities Toilets and hot showers are available at the council provided Lakeside amenities. Enquiries Website: www.wallerawangsc.org Email: contact@wallerawangsc.org Martin Horder Commodore 0408650430 Sebastian Knowles Vice Commodore 0437 080 180
  8. Great Lakes Sailing Club 2014 WildcatZHIK Principle sponsor of the Wildcat Regatta. 2014 WILDCAT This is it! More than a regatta. This is a festival of fun, music, footy, food and sailing all mixed in together. This is a CATAMARAN regatta and this is why we love to sail- to go fast and to have fun. Yeah- we’re all show-offs and addicted to speed. Give me a screaming reach and a Hollywood finish. Then reload and give me some more. When the race is over I’ll race you back to shore flying a hull as high as possible. Then turn up the music and let’s meet old friends and make new ones along the way- we’re cat sailors and that’s how we do it! Fire up the BBQ and grab the deck chairs. The footy Finals on the big screen and the kids are runnin’ on the grass and playing in the water. Let’s talk about today and laugh about tomorrow while the sun sets over the water. As I begin to re-hydrate I think about getting out of the wet gear and heading for a hot shower. I can see hot pasta, those tasty Kranskys and hamburgers lined up at the bar. There is more laughter than talk and I’m lovin’ it. I’ve been here two nights and it feels like a holiday already. It’s the Wildcat October 4-5-6 Briefing 1130 Saturday racing from 1300 Sunday racing from 1000 Dinner- Grand final Big Screen and BAND Monday racing from 1000 Presentation at 2.30pm Details: Great Lakes Sailing Club- Wallis Lake Forster. Camping from 1200 Friday 3rd October- 1200 Tuesday 7th October Fees $100 per entrant- includes racing and camping fees and NSW NP access fees.
  9. Jervis Bay Sailing Club Inc will be hosting their annual Long Weekend Regatta, Saturday October 4 and Sunday October 5. Open to all off-the-beach dinghies, skiffs and multihulls. The venue is at Callala Bay; look for Boat Ramp signs, club is near corner of Boorawine and Watt Streets. Not sure if this will help: https://www.google.com.au/maps/dir//-35.0015369,150.7248268/@-34.9811572,150.709302,13z/data=!4m4!4m3!1m0!1m0!3e0 Postal entries received before 26/9/14 $50 Registration from 9am Sat, beach entries $60 (for all 6 races), or $15 per race. 1st race not before 12;30 Sat. 2 & 3 back-to-back. 4th race not before 11:30 Sunday, 5th race 12:30, 6th race back-to-back. Notice of Race and Entry Form: http://jervisbaysailingclub.org/index.php/other/special-events Last year all multihulls raced together; Hobie16s triumphed, Paper Tigers, Windrush and Weta all had fun. Dolphins swimming between the hulls was my highlight.
  10. Once again LSWSA is hosting its New Year Regatta on 11 and 12 January 2014 at its' grounds on Austin Road, Cashmere, Brisbane. Go to our web site for more details. All enquiries can be directed to John Boetje on 0408 054 533 or Philip Jackson 0407 508 791. This two day event will include three races and an awards program at the conclusion on sunday. We have family friendly grounds available for all and planty of parking . Previous regattas have enjoyed great attendance with 67 competitors last year. So come along, clear the Chrismas celbrations and enjoy a weekend competing and welcoming 2014 at LAke Samsonvale. Go to www.lswsa.org.au Philip Jackson President.