We’ve been sailing on the lake for a few years now but lately we’ve been joined by youngsters learning to sail through the “Tackers” programme run by the Keppel Bay Sailing Club. It’s great to see all the coloured sails
Fabulously good, that’s how good. Gone are the days of dragging boats back and forth from the harbour and having to load them onto three storey trailers. Life is so much easier for volunteers now and the council has promised
Here are some photos from today’s shenanigans at Yeppoon. Lots of people, the organisers were delighted. Not only did we talk to many prospective sailors and their carers but it was also an opportunity to bend the ears of a
But while you are waiting it’s good to send emails, make phone calls, have meetings, talk to politicians, consult the many and varied bureaucrats, contact the media, consult planners, architects and builders, fill out forms, sign forms, apply for funding,
We are now sailing from the south side of the Causeway Lake. Near the Coolwaters Holiday Village.
It is with a great sense of excitement that we can announce that we are the grateful recipients of funding by the Iwasaki Foundation to build our own storage shed at the Causeway Lake.┬á The site is on land leased
Winter in Capricornia. Even on cloudy days the sailing has been very pleasant through the winter. [Show picture list] Photos by Jenny and Steve.
[Show picture list] We launched our brand new Hobie Trimaran today. It was a hoot. Jamie and Steve took it for its maiden sail followed closely by other volunteers eager to give it a go. Didn’t get photos of it
Another great video about why we do what we do from Channel 7 down south. More images on their web site.
As we all know, Ken works hard at keeping our equipment in tip top condition but it’s a big job and many hands make light work. Last Tuesday a few of us got together to help out. Peter and John