Easter Regatta as predicted wet and windy
Sailors were not surprised that another Easter Regatta was wet and windy on
"With over sixty entries and a great variety of boats including Sharpies, 505's, Lasers, Tasars, Sabots, X3s, multihulls and a couple of Experimental Moths a great time was had by all," reports Off Beach Rear Commodore Terry Archer.
The organisation was excellent with Principal Race Officer Tim Parker saying that the event was not only successful but also fun for all involved.
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Your Waterfront writer was starter for the youth classes of Sabots and X3s and can state that the conditions included wet squally 40 knots and sunny mild conditions, all within an hour or so.
Whitsunday Sailing Club president Mick Phillips thanked the many volunteers for their sterling effort without which there is no event.