Sunday 7th December

“What a difference a week makes! This is often said about politics, however the same applies to sailing. From sunny weather last Sunday to wet and windy weather yesterday. The commencement of the Commodore’s Cup revealed trying conditions. With wind blowing at between 11 and 16 knots and the rain…

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Sunday 30th November

On Sunday 30th, Inverloch and Anderson’s Inlet put on a beautiful summer’s day [a visitors’ paradise] with a fast outgoing tide with indifferent wind from the east and north-actually, the last day before the summer season kicks in-all 20 sailors started off with enthusiasm only to be dampened by the…

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Sunday 23rd November

Following on from the launch of the Classic Wooden Dinghy Regatta for the Australia Day weekend in 2015, at least 17 yachts took to the water in sunny weather with a moderate and steady 7 to 10 knot breeze from the South West and open ocean into the Anderson Inlet…

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Sunday 16th November

Once again Anderson’s Inlet at Inverloch provided very challenging conditions for South Gippsland Yacht Clubsailors in the Knights of Leongatha Toyota Series held on Sunday 16 November 2014. With brisk winds of 14 to 14 knots or more in the morning, 10 yachts and their skippers braved the conditions. As…

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Opening Day

A windy day on Sunday resulted in the cancellation of the race. A few brave souls went out in 20-25 knot winds for the sail past for SGYC’s new commodore Allan Driver. No race results were available as a result with the missed race to be held on the final…

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