Monthly Archives: March 2019

Goolwa Aquatic Club Organizes Adventure Sailing Day

The Dinghy Sailors of Goolwa Aquatic Club organized an adventure sail in HMI at Riverside. The activities of the day had been planned for fun events for senior sailors, families, and the kids. The event didn’t have any strict rules and regulation regarding how you reach the Riverside. The only rule was to reach the destination by 11:30 am.

There are some sailors sailing the 11/2 hours to the Riverside. These sailors were Helen Bowlden and John Gratton in Sabres, Kairo Quilliam and Mitchell Kelsey in International Cadet, and Bryan Lindsay in Pacer. They were being supported by Rod Errington’s and his crew’s rescue boat along with Peter from RIB, Angus and Sue Robinson in one, and Isaac and Bruce Konings in another.

When they had all arrived, the participating boats now became interesting in getting on to the water. There was a short break for the sailor who was already exhausted and then the adventure sail started again. The sailors started sailing around in the water.

The primary plan was sailing around Rat Island. However, eventually, the wind had increased mightily. Thus, Kelsey and Brad Briggs, the professional decided that it is going to be challenging to sail their boat in one course surrounding the Goat and Goose Island.

The fleet of senior in Sabres and juniors in Opti had a great afternoon sailing around. When the adventure came to an end, the four boats that had to sail back Goolwa. They are going to sleep well after 11/2 hours of sailing back home. They sailors thank Peg Offler and also her volunteers for having organized this event. The sailors have really enjoyed this adventure sailing day. It was a day filled with fun and excitement for kids and adults, alike.

For Geelong Sails Festival Sailors From All Over Australia And Over The Oceans Descend Have Come Over

Australia’s greatest festival of cruising has an undeniably global flavor along with sails festival of 2019 inviting groups from the United States and Malaysia, just as mariners from each state and region.

The man from the city of Salt lake Sandra Askew f, Utah, is contending in the Championship of VX One Australian amid the regatta. Sandra Askew is cruising with individual Americans Currie Jason and Van Will Cleef on a pontoon known as Flying Jenny, which was given the name by her on the name after her mom, in the wake of purchasing the vessel in New Zealand in front of the regatta.

Making the most of her first time in Australia, Askew told her experience that she was so energized and thankful to be there. To one side said she was roused to contend in the Festival of Sails after her significant other contended in the year 2017 from Rolex Sydney to the famous Yacht Race of Hobart. The group of four is contending in the day regatta of three days out of the blue, on account of sponsorship from AirAsia, the world’s best minimal effort bearer, and support from Avalon Airport.

Around 200,000 individuals are required to appreciate the merriments of the Geelong Waterfront this end of the week as the city plays host to two noteworthy occasions this long end of the week the notable occasion of Sails and the Evans Great Race (Ocean Road).

A celebration of Stuart Dickson who is the Sails Chairman said: “we’ve constantly realized what an incredible occasion the Festival of Sails is and we are enhanced to impart it to a greater amount of our interstate and global companions”.

Two Tasmanian vessels, Whistler and Philosopher, are additionally partaking in this present end of the week’s regatta. The Waterfront Festival, gladly introduced by Communities connected to Geelong, was the ides ambiance for the present day with individuals getting a charge out of unrecorded music, territorial create and exercises including arrive and trial Sailing.