WAGS sailing

Thanks to Dave from DOUBLE D for another WAGS report from 10/10/2018   It was another quiet gathering at the sailors bar for a Wednesday. Actually the whole club seemed quiet. Obviously the threat of afternoon storms kept most of the usual villains away. Comfortably Numb cancelled after he left the club as not enough…

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This week’s SAGS 6.10.18 report written by Trevor from NICE TRY.   A fantastic day was enjoyed by the 54 sailors that ventured out for the inaugural “Bay Boats Take Away, Bait and Galley Supplies” Rum Race in what was predicted to be a miserable day with rain and storms. The weather Gods favoured the…

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This week’s WAGS report 3/10/2018 by a very happy Jeff off PROPHECY.   The conditions were looking very light an hour or two before the race but as the time became closer Hughey decided to bring some wind for us to play in and over the race perhaps 10-15 knots. The course was down the…

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Thanks to Dave from DOUBLE D for this week’s SAGS report 29/9/2018   Well it was a totally different Sailors Table from the Rum Wednesday. Few skippers and fewer crew. Must have been the forecast of  pending rain and increasing winds that saw a fleet of ten log on out on the water . Jupiter…

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27/9/2018 WAGS Adrian’s Birthday Rum Race Results, written with excitement by Dave off DOUBLE D.   There was movement at the sailors bar for the word had got around that it was Aido’s birthday race and there was Rum to be found.   And so it came to be that 17 boats, a record for…

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Thanks to Ron from CARISMA for this week’s Report of SAG’S race 22.9.18   Sixteen boats made themselves available for the Garnet Rock “Scramble” on Saturday. I say scramble because when at the end of the race the entire fleet is between the finish line and the Blinker it’s been a mad scramble. But back…

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  This week’s WAGS 19.9.18 report is written by Mike off Double D. The wind proved to be significantly stronger than forecast with 15 to 20+ knots coming in from the North East. With 10 boats out on a Starboard course, the conditions certainly suited the larger vessels with most competitors electing to put a…

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This week’s SAGS report 15/9/18 from Rob of SILVERADO.   The BOM got the weather forecast unusually close to what actually happened and 12 boats went out to make the most of the ideal conditions. The windward run to Reef Point was fast and furious in a 15 knot N E er with Silverado gaining…

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This week’s WAGS report from Ron of CARISMA 12/9/18   The fleet was welcomed by a perfect day for sailing, breeze 12 knots from the north east and a small chop on the water. Eight boats and their crews presented themselves to the start line, Double D, Carisma, Zingara, Jenesis, Seraya, Prophecy, Endorfin and a…

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Thanks to Michael of JENESIS for this SAGS report 8/9/18   The BOM forecast moderate north easterlies and the chance of storms and they got it right. 13 boats with 36 sailors started in light easterlies and by the time the later starters rounded Reef Point the leading boats seemed ready to disappear into some…

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