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Tolly and Josephine will be discussing the construction of their timber yacht "Gloria of Hobart". Many years in the making, this stunningly crafted timber ketch is the envy of everyone on the water. Come along and hear of the hard work and perserverence put into her construction.
For members with insufficient time to embark on the Tasman Peninsula cruise, why not join the fleet for the first few days to Norfolk Bay? For those members that are not familiar with these waters, tag along with the Peninsular fleet to discover the tranquil waters around Norfolk bay. There are several excellent anchorages to explore, revisit and enjoy. From arrival in the area and in a clockwise directionthey are:
Lime Bay, Dunbabbin Point, King George Sound, Sommers Bay, Flinders Bay, Eaglehawk Bay, Little Norfolk Bay, Prices Bay, Salt water River, Plunkett Point, Ironstone Bay, Monk Bay.
Cruise Contact Ian Barwick on Willyama
This far in advance, it is impossible to predict the weather forecast. The fleet will travel clockwise or anti clockwise depending on the conditions. The Cruise Contact will publish on the website the expected fleet direction and optimum times for transiting the Denison canal amd Marion Narrows, a few days prior to departure or any alternate arrangements.
Cruise Contact Ian Barwick on Willyama
General Meeting at RYCT Marieville Esplanade Sandy Bay
This is an event that the club ‘boat-less’ members can easily attend by road. This cruise will take you well into the Huon River, arriving at Cygnet on Saturday 12th for an informal dinner ashore at the Port Cygnet Sailing Club. On Sunday, we will wend our way up the Huon River to Franklin where we are planning a shore based activity in the late afternoon before being welcomed by the hospitable folk at the Living Boat Trust for our traditional dinner.
Accommodation is available in and around the towns of Cygnet and Franklin, so if you can’t make it by boat, or manage to persuade a friend to provide a bunk aboard, then the shore base may be an alternative.
CRUISE CONTACT Greg and Bev Hitchens "MYSTIC"
Gather in Costitution Dock for a single night to enjoy Dark MOFO.
The swing bridge opening will be at 1500.Boats are to assemble in Sullivans Cove at 1430. On Sunday 20th the bridge is scheduled to open at 1500. The hope is that we can again negotiate the same berthing fee with the Hobart Ports Authoriy. The details, including confirmation of bridge opening times, will be broadcast on our website closer to the event.
All CYCY vessells are asked to "dress up" with a light display, (preferably RED )in keeping with the festivities.
In 2013 Dark MOFO was a landmark event for Hobart. the waterfront came alive in the dead of winter. COVID_19 meant cancellation in 2020.
Join the fleet to celebrate and participate in this festivals‘ return. Be sure you RSVP on the website to register your intent. Celebrate the Winter Solstice in style and join the other city inhabitants in the festival of Dark-Light.
Cruise Contact is Greg Hitchens off Mystic
General Meeting at the RYCT Marieville Esplanade Sany Bay
A cruise for the hardy or those with heaters! Depending upon the number of attendees we can meet ashore or maybe congregate on one of the boats for hot toddies and other pre-dinner refreshments. Perhaps a Midwinter Christmas theme? details posted on the website closer to the event date.
Cruise Contact; Cmdr Val Nicholls " AZIZA"
RYCT Marieville Esplanade