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WAGS Report 18/03/2020 23 March 2020 - WAGS Report 18/03/2020 The wind was blowing 15-20knots and my usual crew of John and Kevin were onboard. And we started on-time this time behind About Time. We slowly overtook them as we made our way to D’bay Red and followed Blue Moon all the way to Bribie South Cardinal. Double D rounded up in…
SAGS Report 14/03/2020 20 March 2020 - 1st, the good news. SAGS Race Report 14.03.20 from Graeme on Prophecy. Another blustery day was fine and cool and we were looking forward to the re-run of the Rum Race as last week was cancelled due to the strong wind warning. Prophecy was sporting her new suit of sails and we were excited to…
WAGS Report 04/03/2020 11 March 2020 - Wags report 4/3/2020 Beautiful Day on the bay, 15 boats on the water with 46 Sailors. With Trevor Anger hot to trot with the BBQ Tongs we had a pretty good feeling our start time was going to be in our favour. Turns out, we had an early enough start time to stay away from…
SAGS Report 29-02-2020 6 March 2020 - CARISMA’s account of the SAGS The forecast of 15 to 20 knots proved to be spot on, good work BOM. The start area was a busy place at 1300 hours with four boats starting within a two minute period, it was good to see the pre start area was clear of later starting boats. Carisma…
WAGS Report 26/02/2020 29 February 2020 - Another beautiful Moreton Bay day greeted the crews of 23 boats for MBBC WAGS on 26.2.20. The breeze was a pleasantly cool E-N-Easterly of 5-10 knots with a decent runout tide for the port course. Having not sailed much lately, we were starting towards the back of the fleet and I expected we would stay…
SAGS Report 22/02/2020 27 February 2020 - Kirin’s Sags Report The last time I stood on the podium it was blowing 25 knots and this Saturday was no different. Still any day on the bay is a good day. Roger from Happy Daze crewed for me to make for something different. It was a pleasant change from always sailing alone. Mind you…
WAGS Report 19/02/2020 25 February 2020 - WAGS 19th saw a forecast of 15 to 20 knots northerly that proved to be a good gesstermation from the BOM. The bay turned on a tee tree stained face with small white caps for 13 yachts thanks to the recent rain. Shala surged across the start line with eased sheets the cutter rig reveling…
SAGS Report 21/02/2020 21 February 2020 - Hi Guys, 23 boats and …sailers commenced the race with NE winds around 12 knots when we (About Time) started and strengthened as the afternoon wore on. Most boats started further up the line than us in an endeavour to make the Reef Point mark in one run. This was never going to be an…
SAGS Report 8/03/2020 13 February 2020 -   Anyone but him! After days of grey skies and much needed rain, nothing could stop the 22 boats with 64 crew seizing the sunshine that broke through at lunch on SAGS day. Smiles shone from each craft, glad to be afloat after Wednesday’s poor weather quarantine. Kaveinga, Utopia, Dream Lover a few, that were…
SAGS Report 25/01/2020 31 January 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…