The RQYS Sail Cruise Group “think outside the bay” cruise over the Easter and Anzac Day break is heading to stunning Lord Howe Island. Departing Queensland on or about Wednesday 17th April and returning Sunday 28th April, weather-permitting. Magnificent beaches, stunning snorkelling, bushwalks, golf, bicycle hire, fishing, birdwatching, glass bottom boat tours, and a surprisingly
Mike Burke, Doug Baker & Past Commodore Richard Crooke. Doug was admiring the trophy he donated to the Squadron in 1969 – a half model of the Diamond “Bushranger”. Tuesday saw a group of our older members gather for a cuppa and a chat at the second Old Buffers’ Morning Tea held on the Boardwalk stage.
Saturday morning was hot and humid at Southport Marina and it was a releif to be motoring out to the start off the Seaway. 101 boats entered for inshore and offshore event from the Gold Coast to Sandgate. 10 am 5 knots of wind from the north for the start with 30 offshore monos and
Welcome back School Sailors! Schools Fleet and Teams Racing will recommence again tomorrow, on 10/02/2019, with Fleets Racing in the morning and then Teams Racing in the afternoon. A great fleet will be participating this term, with 13 teams entered into the Teams Competitions, which is one of the most populated fleets we’ve had for
It’s a new start to the year and we have a full calendar of training courses in place to make sure every interested volunteer is getting the skills and answers they need. The trainings will take place on Saturday mornings from 1000h to 1100h in various locations around the club (these locations are defined in
Entries are now open for the Myora Cup 2019! The Myora Cup will be held on the weekend off the 2nd and 3rd of March, please send all entries to Fergus at email@example.com . Find the appropriate documentation linked below: Myora Cup 2019 Program of Events Entry Form. Myora Cup 2019 Course Instructions. Myora Cup 2019 Both courses chart. Please be aware you are not permitted to run the course at all prior to
Well that’s a wrap! The four national championships being hosted by RQYS between 5 and 18 January 2019 have come to an end. A huge thank you to the Internationals Moths, Sabres, RL24s and International Etchells for bringing the fun back to RQ yet again. Within the two weeks, we had just over 200 competing
With the 2018 Worlds just ten weeks in our wake I could not help having that ‘Déjà Vu’ feeling and a strong one at that. In my first communication to the Nationals organizing committee in November I floated the term, ‘once more dear friends!’ To say we were all suffering burnout is an understatement but
Our Marina Team have been hard at work making room and preparing for the arrival of the Squadron’s new Catamaran Trailer! The Catamaran Trailer has a capacity of a 47 tonne weight, 65 foot length, and 2.2 metre draft. The Marina Office are now taking bookings for the trailer for the 25th of February onwards.
Sail Brisbane 2018 was a success with 16 classes and over 170 competitors. Competing classes were International Moth, International Finn, Wind Foiler, 29er, VX One, Laser Radial, Laser 4.7, RS:X, Raceboard, Techno 293, Techno Plus, Optimist (Open, Intermediate and Green), Flying 11 and Sabot. This year this Off the Beach Classes Regatta was moved from