Next J&M: Coming Soon

This Monthly Cruising J&M Sail will be held on Sunday 15 October 2017,
We will of course have the usual FREE BBQ and handing out THE PARTICIPATION PRIZES, NOW SPONSORED BY DAVID ATKINSON FROM JANE BROOK ESTATE WINE, on the day of the event, aprox 4pm. So For PRIZES and ESPECIALLY CATERING, could you please confirm your attendance by registering on the J&M form on the Cruising Notice Board, or the FSC Sunday Cruising J&M Register Web Page or Phone or TEXT to 0412 94 24 84 or Email with your details and numbers attending the BBQ.

Nomination Registration Close 8pm Saturday 14 October 2017.

The LR Forecast looks good, Sunny Warm 27º with wind around 10+ knots from the SouthWest during sailing time on the water, Go to , or for the latest.
We Start at 13:30 hrs, at FSC Mark ‘L’ OR BEAGLE ROCK ISO Mark.
The course for the day will be either #1 or #2 as announced from aprox 15 minutes prior to the start on the day on VHF Channel 72 [on LOW power !!] also when you Sign On from 13:00 hours, as well as any other event communications.
All the Sailing Info for these events are on the FSC Sunday Cruising J&M Web Page and on the Cruising Pages in the current FSC Red Sailing Handbook.

Annie & Ole

The Longboat for the “Rabbit” Start [then the Fox!].
Please note
Do not forget The Cruising J&M Sail is conducted under the DoT regulations and the International Rules for Preventing Collisions at Sea [= Col Regs,] NOT the RACING Rules. This is a fun event and any ‘Racing Tactics’ are strongly discouraged. Download the Col Regs Here
It is the sole responsibility of the Person In Charge of the Boat with an RST to enter in and/or continue on in this events


USUALLY on every Second Sunday each Month.
Jib and Main (J&M) Sailing is a fun afternoon event on the water starting approx. 13:30 on the water just outside the Club. This is followed by a Free BBQ on the Sunset Deck back at the Clubhouse after. There are no spinnakers allowed. There are no prizes for fastest or first, but a few for participation, and we use the Regulations for Prevention of Collision at Sea and the local DoT requirements, not the Racing Rules, so you don’t need special insurance or additional safety gear. As this is a fun event any ‘Racing ‘Tactics’ are strongly discouraged. More Information on this event is in the current FSC Red Sailing Handbook.