ROCKINGHAM RACE WEEK & GARDEN ISLAND trip
FRIDAY 27TH, SAT 28TH Nov & SUN 29th NOVEMBER 2020
Friday Eve 27th November:
Dinner at the Freshwater Bay Yacht Club approx 6:00pm
Saturday morning 28th November:
8:30am Rendezvous off FWBYC start box departing 8:45 for the start line just NW of the harbour to watch the yachts start at 10:00am thence we will make our way to Mangles Bay, Rockingham following 'Avonita'. Listening watch on 77.
As we approach Mangles we will be joined by 'Robin Hood'. Then the southern fleet will lead us in a sail past the TCYC from East to West after which we will break away to pick up our assigned moorings TBA.
Two or three of us may be required to stay back and escort junior sailors to Mangles Bay TBA.
4. Sunday 29th November:
8:30am Breakfast onshore optional.
10:00am Depart for Garden Island. (Pig Trough Bay) Could those not going please let Julian Wright know.
3:00pm (Approx) BBQ onshore.
7:00pm (Approx) After BBQ drinks on Sierra or as arranged at the time.
5. Monday 30th November:
Return to Perth
Even if you are not keen to go to Rockingham, why not join us off the heads to watch the race start. It’s a great experience as we get up close and personal and watch the big yachts vie for position. Or join us on Sunday at Garden Island for the BBQ 🍖
Please call Julian on 0438 525 580 and let him know if you are going to join at at any stage.
OPTION 2 - ON RIVER ROWING REGATTA EAST PERTH
Nov 28th 8:30 am to 11:00 am
Invitation from the Director:
“Hello I am the Director of Rowing at Trinity College in East Perth. We are holding a regatta on the 28th of November between 8.30am and 11.00am .
We would like to invite any Classic Boat owners to come to the event and parade under Matagarup Bridge and if they were interested could drop anchor along the edge of the channel we will run races through.
It would add to the event from our perspective as it would make it like the Windermere Cup or Henley .
This is the second year we have run the event and we have the ‘Little Ferry Company’ ferries providing ferry rides behind the race and any of your members choosing to come along would add some beauty to the day.
We would give the owner of each attending boat a bottle of our 50 year celebratory port. It is good. It would add to the vibrancy of the river and the new stadium precinct if any were able to attend. We will have pipes and drums and quartets along the shore and spectators on Matagarup .“
Please contact Phil Jurievich with any questions and/or to register. They want to give every boat that attends a free bottle of their 50yr celebratory port and they will reserve a spot for you to park. Boats that can't get up to Claisebrook, i.e., under the Causeway unfortunately will be precluded from participating but we have several boats that may be interested.
Phil Jurjevich 0447263205
AUSTRALIA DAY - MANDURAH -26th January
Mandurah-staggered departure and return. A lead boat will depart around the 23rd/24th/25th and return 28/29/30, to be determined. The idea being a convoy to suit there and back. Its a great couple of days.
More details to follow.
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The Fleet on their way to Garden Island
Arriving at Garden Island
SOME VIDEO OF OUR GARDEN ISLAND TRIP LAST YEAR
Classic Boat Club of Western Australia