Club Kawana Radio Yachts - International One Meter Class

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28th June - Wharf Tavern, Underwater World Complex

Club Kawana IOM – Wharf Tavern Fun Day

This event is a day in which we display Radio sailing to the general public. It is held in full view of the general public as part of Sail Mooloolaba week. Impeccable behaviour is a must. If you can’t bring it with you don’t attend.

Tuesday 28 th June
10:45 Briefing
11:00 Racing commences – 10 races – Club Kawana Handicap System applies.

Wharf Tavern, Underwater World Complex, Parkyn Parade Mooloolaba. Boat rigging area in Penny Lane off Parkyn Parade

Eddie Cowell IOM Perpetual Trophy

6/7th August. Lake Kawana , Meridian Street , off  Nicklin Way, Bokarina, Sunshine Coast.

Saturday 6th August 2016

0830 – 0915   Registration and Regatta Check Measurement
0915 -            Briefing
0930 -            Racing Commences
1230 – 1300   Lunch Break
1300 – 1630   Racing

Sunday 7th August 2016

0900 -           Registration Check in, Briefing
0930 -           Racing Commences
1200 -  1230  Lunch Break
1500 –          Racing Ends

Lake Kawana , Meridian Street , off Nicklin Way, Bokarina, Sunshine Coast.

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Captain Jack's Monkey says ----

Well Guys,

It's not very often you leave the day not having a good idea who won the day. It came down to the last race of the day to find out who would win the day between Doug, the Admiral and new member Frank Russell. The day was a testing one with the breeze coming from the SW starting at near top of "A' rig and fading thru the day. The bullets were divided equally between the Admiral, Doug, Frank and Jack's Monkey (real name Boo Boo) with 3 apiece and one to the Commodore. As has become the norm for our club the racing was incredibly close with little or no disagreement and penalties were taken with a good grace. The SW course as usual proved difficult to set with the starting line being very biased at the weather end. Despite this bias most starts were relatively incident free with most boats returning if they were over. A couple of starts were called back when too many boats were over at the gun.

At the end of the day the Admiral took out the day from Doug and Frank. In the Legends the Admiral took top spot on the podium from Frank and the Commodore. The Admiral now believes that his boat is a much more valuable commodity and the price will reflect this. I'd recommend anyone interested in a top line boat buy it tomorrow so he won't be able to sail for the next couple of months (just wishful thinking).

We have reached the half way mark for the year and the overall results are also very close. Doug has his nose in front by 1 point from Jack's Monkey and  another 2 points to the Admiral with the Commodore another point back. The Legends is also a close run event with the Admiral ahead by 2 points from the Commodore. Bring on the second half of the season.

Don't forget members are asked to come to a meeting on Saturday at 11.00 am at the bowls club to discuss how we can help conduct the upcoming Eddie Cowell Regatta on the first weekend of August. We always need help with measuring, money collection, observing races, rescue boat and just plain helping wherever needed. Pleeeeeeease come and offer to assist.

Don't forget next Tuesday is the Sail Mooloolaba event. We sail at the Wharf Tavern and the rigging area is at the end of Penny Lane. Best to get there by 10.00 am (Doug especially you) for an 11.00 am start.


1st   Admiral    29 pts
2nd  Doug       31.25 pts
3rd   Frank       34 pts


1st   Admiral
2nd  Frank
3rd   Garry Russell

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Jeff Byerley designed and built Cracka, a one off done for me. Comes a,b,c rigs with aaparts fittings. RMG winch and touch switch, Batteries.
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