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SAGS Report 25/01/2020

_Gathering at the sailors table at the club, it seemed that it might be a quiet day out but that was not to be. Greg Hamilton poached his old crew back to venture out in his new toy, Incredible, and I had a late arrival of Phil from Sentier to join Wally and I._ _Starting…

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WAGS Report 29/01/2020

Another beautiful day on the bay brought out a much larger fleet than usual this week. Seems the handicap is working a treat, looking more like a bunch sprint at the Tour de France with the exception of Endorfin which managed to get clear on the reach to Reef Point. Coming from behind, we usually…

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SAGS Report 18/01/2020

Hi All Here is the race report from Zingara from last Saturday. The BOM/ Willyweather and Seabreeze all  predicted North-easterly winds at 15 knots and this was pretty well what we got. Weather wise…a few showers and possible storm but we ended up with a just a lovely day, no need for any wet weather…

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SAGS Report 11/01/2020

With a fresh N’Easter blowing it was decided to not run the Garnet Rock course today as it could well be very rough along the Redcliffe Peninsula. So a D’Bay starboard course was decided upon and it was looking very like a re-run of this weeks SAGS. The multihulls were odds on favourites for the…

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WAGS Report 08/01/2020

 WAGS report 8th January 2020 What a perfect day to be sailing with 17 boats heading out to enjoy the best weather you could ask for in 10 to 15 knots of breeze and flat seas. With a crew of 8 on Catalina and a start time of 1344hrs we settled in for a cruisey…

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SAGS Report 04/01/20

Race Report  Sat 04.01.20. Motorsport Marine Rum Race. Wind forecast was 10 – 15 kts NE and it felt all of that. Initially, I thought I should have put a reef in the main but once we got to the top of the Bay with less chop, Happy Daze coped better.  We put in one…

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WAGS Report 01/01/2020

Here is the race report for WAGS 01.01.20. Being the 1st Wednesday of the month  we sailed to Garnet Rock and back. Expecting postcard sailing on Moreton Bay is nearly always wrong. Today was normal – 15kts NNE and choppy. We were 1st away, Simon on the helm picked the perfect time to tack to…

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WAGS sailing 20.2.19

This week’s WAGS 20/02/109 Race Report from PROPHECY A beautiful sunny day with winds in the 10-15 knot range greeted a fleet of 11 boats and 34 crew. Having one last week the crew aboard Prophecy were concerned to be starting well behind the field. We could see Seraya, Sentier and Catalina ahead of us…

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SAGS sailing 16.2.19

This week’s report from ZINGARA.   The strong SE winds continued and the BOM predicted 15 to 20 knots. As usual, the early starters were greeted with slightly more wind but this dropped off later in the afternoon much to the disadvantage of the late starters.   The unfavourable forecast resulted in reduced fleet numbers…

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WAGS sailing 13.2.19

This week’s WAGS report 13.2.19 comes from PROPHECY. And check out the video link below too.   Starting at 2:08 we noticed many of the boats ahead of us were running reefed mainsails, we assumed that it was because of the brisk Nor’easter blowing up to 20 knots.   This led to some discussions amongst…

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