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May, 2021

Saturday
1
Subject to confirmation but likely to be in the Channel.
10:00 AM
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An opportunity for WoB to extend their nautical skills and experience on the water, together.
Details to follow.
Sunday
2
Subject to confirmation but likely to be in the Channel.
10:00 AM
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An opportunity for WoB to extend their nautical skills and experience on the water, together.
Details to follow.
Tuesday
4
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For our May meeting the presenter will be Julie Porter and she will be telling us all about

“SV Rhona H: our philosophy and her place in Tasmanian Maritime history including the mystery of the bell!”

Now one of the regular sights on the River Derwent, but with a history that may interest members. SV Rhona H began her life as a gentleman’s recreational fishing boat, built as a ketch for cruising the NW Tasmanian and Bass Strait waters. She was converted in 1988 to her current configuration and Julie and Charles are delighted to share her story and her place in maritime history along with a few of the experiences they have had over the past few years.

Please register now to secure your place.

You can have a meal at the RYCT if you book separately with them on 62234599. Please order your meal on the night before 6pm.

Thursday
13
RYCT Marina
6:00 PM
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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.
Monday
17
RYCT Meeting Room
5:45 PM
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Black Water Management
Tuesday
18
RYCT
7:00 PM
Saturday
22
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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
Monday
24
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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