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Future Events

August, 2021

Tuesday
3
RYCT
7:30 PM
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The Yukon is a familiar and commanding presence on local waters but do you know that David Nash and Ea Lassen rescued her from the bottom of a harbour near Copenhagen? Tonight, presenting “10 years in Tasmania” David and Ea will chat about restoration and charter of the Yukon in Denmark, their voyage to Australia, experiences in Tasmania and the upcoming continuation of their circumnavigation back to Denmark.


In keeping with CYCT COVID Safe policy, registration is required.
Wednesday
4
RYCT
7:00 PM
Thursday
12
RYCT Marieville Esplande
6:00 PM
Monday
16
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
5:45 PM
Saturday
28
Bruni Room,
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
6:00 PM
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UPDATED 04 JULY 2021
The event of the year, the Anniversary Dinner being held at the RYCT. Celebrating the completion of another year of cruising activities amongst good friends. The evening has a theme this year with colour requested. Consider searching out that brightest shirt or frock in the wardrobe and coming along. Why ? After the success of two shared curry meals while out cruising, the kitchen is preparing South Asian flavours galore. The night will commence with Indian canapes served whilst enjoying a welcome drink, followed by a troupe of Bollywood dancers who will perform very vibrant and energetic dancing, a 3 choice Indian buffet with lots of extras will follow, then traditional sweets. A surprise offering will then entice. Bookings are open on the website, only $75 per member, $85 for guests and registration is required. Sooner the better I say, bookings doubled overnight last week. If you wish to bring your boat along, contact the RYCT marina manager Nicole Mudge at n.mudge@ryct.org.au for berth enquiries. Cost is $30 per night per boat, regardless of size, but as the floating marina is usually full, there may only be a pile berth available. Next door to the RYCT is the DSS marina, more likely to have spare floating berths. Costs vary according to boat size. Please check the DSS website www.dss.org.au to enquire about a berth, best to do it as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

September, 2021

Tuesday
7
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The election of Flag Officers and committee members for the 21/22 Club year.
Thursday
9
RYCT Marieville Esplanade
6:00 PM
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CYCT September Winter Forum: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course

In response to the Clubs acquisition of a Defibrillator, the CYCT has negotiated with Royal Life Saving Tas. to offer CYCT members an opportunity to learn or brush up on CPR skills (including use of a defibrillator) at the discounted rate of $45pp. The September Winter Forum comprises Part 2 of the CYCT/RLS certificated course.

PART 1: (To be completed in your own time and space prior to Part 2.)
Online Theory: The skills and knowledge required to perform CPR. It should take about one hour to complete and you can take notes as you work. There is a quiz at the end. Once you have finished your final quiz you'll be able to print out your certificate, and attend the practical session.

PART 2: Hands-On: Demonstrations and practice with mannequins and defibrillators. Held at the RYCT Sept 9th 5.30-7.30pm.

HOW TO ENROL. A bit fiddley bit worth it!
STEP 1 For this accredited course you are required to apply for a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Go to: usi.gov.au and follow the instructions to create your USI, or (if you already have an account) log in and retrieve it.

STEP 2: Call RLS Tasmania: 62437558 to apply for the CYCT CPR Course Online + Practical Sept 9th 5.30 -7.30 at the RYCT. You will be required to give your USI and to pay $45 for the course.
They will send you 1. A receipt of payment. 2. An email giving you a Token Code and how to obtain access to the Online CPR Course.

STEP 3: Follow the Token Code Enrolment Instructions, log in to the course and away you go!
STEP 4: Register for the September Forum (Part 2. Of the course) on the CYCT website so that we can keep track of number. Limit 18


Feel free to give me a call for more detail or if you have any problem with log in process. 0404825310

Val
CYCT Commodore
Saturday
11
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The opportunity to gather together all that ‘stuff’ sitting in the aft locker, the garage, the back shed, the spare bedroom cupboard, to load it in the car and head to ..............., then open the boot, display your gear and await eager punters either searching for something they didn’t know existed or have been looking for, for years. Cruise Contact TBA
Saturday
18
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Head out into Storm Bay and then south to Adventure Bay for an overnight. Subject to weather ofcourse. This cruise is an overnighter so go prepared for a few sundowners on a friend's boat, then a quiet night onboard before heading home on Sunday. Cruise Contact TBA.
Monday
20
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
5:45 PM
Tuesday
21
RYCT
7:00 PM

October, 2021

Saturday
2
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Traditionally an early afternoon meet near the Domain, then the flotilla of boats from all the local boating clubs sail past the Governor in Sullivans Cove. If the weather is suitable, an overnight in a sheltered nearby bay is enjoyed. Cruise Contact is Val Nicholls onboard Aziza on 0404 825 310.
Tuesday
5
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
16
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Safety Day this year will be focusing on towing. Whether rafting up or towing astern, we can get all the fenders, lines, the long tow line with bridle attached, and head out in Barnes Bay when one boat can 'break down' and need a tow, and we work out how to secure the vessel and then maneuver the tow vessel into North Simmonds and go alongside the jetty. Depending on the number of boats coming along we could rescue or be rescued a few times. Afterwards a de-brief will be held in the picnic ground in North Simmonds Bay. Cruise Contact TBA.
Monday
18
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
5:45 PM
Tuesday
19
RYCT
7:00 PM
Thursday
21
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Four day cruise to in the great Taylors Bay area

November, 2021

Tuesday
2
Royal yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
13
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New Members cruise and lunch at Quarantine Bay
Monday
15
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
8:00 AM
Tuesday
16
RYCT
7:00 PM
Saturday
27
11:00 AM
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A weekend afloat for the WOBs to explore, discuss, analyse, socialise, dine, sail, motor, anchor and do what WOBs do. Cruise Contact Sue Powell onboard Yarrandoo II on 0458 089 01

December, 2021

Saturday
4
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Based on beaches and anchorages around North Bruny, the Commodore Val Nicholls will be deciding where to head for this overnight with your family and friends on-board. Lots of daylight now so time ashore will be assured. Perhaps a swim, for the hardy ? Cruise Contact Commodore Val Nicholls onboard Aziza on 0404 825 310
Tuesday
7
Tas Maritime Radio station
5:00 PM
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Arrive soon after1700 hours, watch and listen to the 1733 hours radio broadcast by Tas Maritime, then a brief CYCT general meeting. Afterwards you can enjoy a BYO everything meal and refreshments.
Saturday
11
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A pre-Christmas get together at the Margate home of Alan Braddock and Dinah Jones. Bring along your favourite foods to share as you sit back and relax in the scintillating company of your fellow CYCT companions. Relax in a very comfortable garden or maybe have a walk along the Dave Burrows foreshore track. We expect the weather to be superb but, if not, there is shelter for all.
Al’s beer and Dinah’s cider are there for your pouring pleasure and always worth a try. You are invited to camp for the night but beds in the house are on a first in gets the bed system. Showers and toilets? Yep. Want to anchor off on good holding or pull up on our mooring - phone first for a tide check. Cruise Contact Dinah Jones onboard Trim on 0400 473 248
Thursday
23
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This cruise is designed for the orphans amongst us, those that have no family ties and wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of the silly season to have a quiet time on the boat. It’s not restricted to orphans only, anyone can join in, at any time. With no schedule planned, we will see what the weather does and what we can get up to. Finding a shaded spot for lunch on the 25th is an idea, or just a get together for drinks in the morning, or catching up in the afternoon.
Based in the Huon Valley, the Huon River and Port Cygnet comes with many smaller bays like Randalls, Sandrock, Surveyors, Gourlays, Surges and Cairns to discover. An often visited part of our cruising grounds but rarely much time spent discovering the charms of such a well sheltered area. Cruise Contact is Mark Stephenson onboard Crown Venture on 0438 854 380
Friday
31
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Rather than a mass gathering on the beach or jammed packed drinks on a party boat, enjoy an informal progressive dinner along the attenuator at Oyster Cove Marina. Visit each other’s boats, sharing food and conversation as we progress through the night. Relax with a drink and a chat while trying to stay awake until the midnight hour. Numbers will be limited by availability of berths along the attenuator, so register your interest early. More details will be provided closer to the date. Cruise Contact is Jackie Zanetti onboard Rusalka on 0423 196 334.

January, 2022

Saturday
22
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Port Esperance is our traditional base for the Australia Day long weekend, however this year, with the public holiday falling on a Wednesday a plan is hatching to combine with Port Esperance Sailing Club for all or part of a week-long cruise taking in Port Esperance, Southport, Great Taylors and, perhaps, Recherche Bay. Whilst the detail will emerge later in the year, a twilight sail, beach BBQ’s, and perhaps an opportunity to invite an enthusiastic young dinghy sailor or two onboard for a few hours to try their hand in the cockpit and on the helm, are all in the mix. Needless to say, whatever the final itinerary we will be well placed to soak up knockout scenery, great beach walks, a bracing swim, good company and a few fish, oysters, mussels and abalone from the clean and fresh waters of southern Tasmania.



CRUISE CONTACT: Val Nicholls onboard Aziza
Monday
31
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Check the website later this year for an update to this cruise to the beautiful islands in the Furneaux group just north of the Tasmanian mainland. So many islands to explore, beaches to walk, hills to climb and granite boulders to photograph. Not for the faint hearted, you will needa sturdy craft and a similar crew, with strong winds, large tides, swift currents and high seas likely at times. Good ground tackle is essential as holding can be poor. Previous cruises have been very rewarding however crews must be prepared for overnight passages, potential passage in poor conditions and some motoring to achieve these rewards. This is likely to be a 4 week cruise depending on the weather windows. Contact Scott Poulter onboard Gradiva on 0419 513 983 or scottbrian@me.com to show your interest.

February, 2022

Tuesday
1
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
12
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Spend the long weekend onboard in the Derwent River and experience a flurry of on water activity centred around the Regatta grounds. Don’t forget the fireworks at night too! A good opportunity to invite friends or family to spend the day aboard, then drop them off and head to somewhere sheltered for an overnight anchorage. Cruise Contact TBA.
Saturday
12
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The plan at this stage is to visit in order .... the Channel, Southport, Cloudy Bay, Adventure Bay, Port Arthur, Fortescue Bay, Maria Island, Orford/Triabunna, Schouten Passage/Coles Bay/Wineglass Bay, Maria Island, Norfolk Bay (transiting canal 27/28 Feb).

Cruise Contact John Bridgland onboard Pandora on 0427 342 330
Monday
14
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Here is the big chance to prove to your loved one what trouble you will go to, to make him or her happy! As Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday, this is more suited for those with an RDO, on holiday or are retired. Find a sheltered spot on the Derwent or in Barnes Bay and woo your loved one under a full moon with a few candles around the cockpit table. You might have to prepare a suitable meal too and ensure appropriate refreshments are always at hand. Not to mention being the happy and loving partner you are. No cruise contact this time, it’s up to you to have a quiet weekend.
Tuesday
15
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM
Saturday
26
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For those people who wish to extend their East Coast Cruise, or for those who don’t have the time for both cruises a weeklong sojourn to the tepid waters of Norfolk Bay is just the thing.

Hopefully, weather permitting, we may be able to explore some less commonly used anchorages. In keeping with what has become a tradition in recent years we will be having a themed meal ashore, with the ingredient to be advised closer to the date. It will be kept simple. Cruise Contact is Steve Boulton aboard Cirrus on 0447 259 005.

March, 2022

Tuesday
1
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
5
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A two week cruise to a most beautiful part of Tasmania. Easy day trips through the Denison Canal onto Maria Island, then to Orford, to Schouten Island, Bryans Corner and Passage Beach, Coles Bay and Wineglass Bay if the weather systems allow. Magnificent white sandy beaches, granite boulders, clear seas with dolphins regularly under the bow wave. Make sure you go in close to Isle de Phoques and see the seals at play. Amazing sounds (and smells) from a seemingly very happy seal colony based on an island in the middle of Great Oyster Bay. Walk the beaches of Reidle Bay and Shoal Bay, or head to the settlement of the ruins on Maria island, stock up on stores you left at home while in Orford or Coles Bay. Whilst there enjoy a decent coffee, a snack or a meal ashore for a change. Cruise Contact TBA
Tuesday
15
Royal yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM
Saturday
26
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An opportunity for us to put something back into the community. Participate in cleaning up an area of shoreline in Great Bay, Isthmus Bay or Simpsons Bay. Details will be available nearer the time. A sheltered location for an overnight anchorage will be found and a chance to get together and chat about what odd things you found on the beach. Cruise Contact is Catrina Boon onboard Dalliance on 0417 439 269.

April, 2022

Saturday
2
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On this the last day of daylight savings let’s get over to Barnes Bay and set the brain at work with this annual challenge to your boating, observation, navigation and general knowledge skills. Usually an easy 2 hour jolly around the bay doing often silly things. Bring friends along to help out and share the fun. There is bound to be some very worthwhile prizes. Cruise contact is Derek and Marion Stoneman onboard Ariadne’s Clew on 0418 538 771.
Sunday
3
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Head into Quarantine Bay and go ashore for a shared picnic lunch to hear the winners of the rally held yesterday. Laugh at some of the answers provided and envy how the winners will enjoy the prizes. Cruise contact is Derek and Marion Stoneman onboard Ariadne’s Clew on 0418 538 771
Tuesday
5
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
9
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Whilst the event and the date were not confirmed when this calendar went to press, it was hoped to be able to motor up to New Norfolk on Saturday morning (subject to the Bridgewater Bridge opening ofcourse) using a rising tide and to tie up alongside the jetty and pontoons in the middle of the town. Lots of activity around as the festival is being set up Saturday afternoon. Sunday morning is frenetic with all the fun of the fair only a hop, skip and jump away. Check out all the different foods, the games, craft stalls and local colour. Don’t forget to buy a dagwood dog! Cruise Contact is Vice Commodore Mark Stephenson onboard Crown Venture on 0438 854 380
Wednesday
13
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Two circumnavigation cruises combined this year, with 12 days to allow for the vagaries of the weather to sort themselves out so we can see the rarely visited spectacular south eastern coast of our island state. Check the website early in the year to see more of what will be on offer. Expect a few catch-ups, drinks and nibbles, shared meals along with stunning sun rises, mammoth rock walls and deep deep blue seas. Cruise Contact TBA

Tuesday
19
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM

May, 2022

Monday
2
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
7
8:00 AM
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Another opportunity for the WOBS to get out on the water and utilise their developed skills. With an overnight at anchor after a satisfying day sail, then returning to base after yet another great sail!
Cruise Contact is Sue Powell aboard Yarrandoo II on 0458 089 013.

Tuesday
17
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM
Saturday
21
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This weekend pack your welly boots and get ready to shove some oysters off the beach to create a safer landing for dinghies. There is also the opportunity to shuck some oysters to share at sundowners. Cruise Contact Dinah Jones onboard Trim on 0400 473 248

June, 2022

Tuesday
7
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
11
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Though this is nearly mid year and the weather can be cool, there can be spectacular days on the Huon River. Waking up to a pea soup fog and seeing how it gradually clears revealing the sights of the town of Franklin and along the river. If the cruise in 2021 is anything to go by, then it will be a weekend to join fellow Club members, either by boat or by car, to join in with meals and events. Mark it in your diary now! Cruise Contact TBA.
Saturday
18
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An overnight in an iconic harbour with the buzz of the city at your cabin door. Dark MOFO could excite and delight with much happening around you, be it art, performance, food, flames or simply red lights everywhere. Check the website early in 2022 for more details. Cruise Contact TBA


Tuesday
21
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM

July, 2022

Tuesday
5
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Saturday
16
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The place to be in July, onboard with the diesel heater purring away and a glass or two of gluhwein amongst friends. Try for a campfire ashore in the afternoon, or brunch ashore in the morning. If the weather isn’t suitable, then back to plan A, and a glass or two of gluhwein with friends! Cruise Contact TBA.

Tuesday
19
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM

August, 2022

Tuesday
2
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM
Tuesday
16
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:00 PM
Saturday
27
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Keep this date free for the annual dinner to celebrate the anniversary of the formation of the Club some 47 years ago this year. It is also the last time to say thank you to the Committee members who have steered the Club along the way this last twelve months. Keep checking for details of where and when.

September, 2022

Tuesday
6
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
7:30 PM