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OFFSHORE WEEKLY UPDATE

Tonight Thursday 17 May: Topic Night: FSC 7:30pm – 8:30pm – Sailing Through The Lens with Bernie Kaaks

DUTY OFFICER REQUIRED

THE FREMANTLE SAILING CLUB DUTY OFFICER SECTION WOULD LIKE TO APPOINT A NEW DUTY OFFICER TO FILL A CURRENT VACANCY.

Offshore Weekly Update

Offshore Presentation Dinner is very exciting this year as we have secured Peter Bell (ABC 720 Presenter, dual Premiership player, former Dockers Captain and AFL Hall of Fame member) as MC of the Offshore Dinner, With Sydney to Hobart winner Matt Allen as Guest Speaker.

OFFSHORE WEEKLY UPDATE

The 55th Cape Naturalist and Return Race – A race that would decide the Siska Trophy winners. The week coming up to the race has a very changeable weather system….

OFFSHORE WEEKLY REPORT

THIS Friday 20 April: The 55th Cape Naturalist and Return Race: 245nm…is looking like a rather fast and wet race for many this weekend. It is often hailed as one of our finest races in WA, a Cat 3 race plus PLB’s. The organising authority is Royal Perth Yacht Club, and the race is part of the Blue Water Series and Siska Trophy.

OFFSHORE REPORT

This Weekend: The Cape Vlamingh Race and Rottnest Festival of Sail – This race is part of ORWA’s Offshore Series and also Fremantle Sailing Club’s Captain Stirling Cup. This race has been incorporated into the Rottnest Festival of Sail weekend.

WEEKLY OFFSHORE REPORT

The Cape Vlamingh Race is part of ORWA’s Offshore Series and also Fremantle Sailing Club’s Captain Stirling Cup. This race has been incorporated into the Rottnest Festival of Sail weekend.

THE WESTCOASTER RACE: HELD SATURDAY 24 MARCH

As described aptly by Dirty Deeds “The 140nm West Coaster runs around the back of Rotto before heading north to Lancelin and then back to Fremantle. Around the Windmills (without touching), keep Rotto and Australia to the right, the virtual mark to port and then keep Australia to the left, avoiding the little bits of it that stick up, back home to Freo in time for snaggers on the barbie and a few cold chookies before sunrise”.