We now have two trimarans sailing on the Causeway Lake. The new Hobie has been named “Bob’s Boat” in memory of Bob Auld who passed away last year. Funding for the boat came from donations in Bob’s memory with the
Thanks to WIN News who came along last sail day and featured us on their Tuesday evening news bulletin.
Greetings all, Had a successful day at the Expo. Guessing 20 people stopped and inquired re Sailability. See who might follow it up. Ann gave me a hand, and was invaluable. Thank you Ann. Graham. [Show picture list]
Sailability was presented with an amazing Christmas gift on Tuesday. The students from Yeppoon State High School, who have been sailing with us all year, created this wonderful award as a thank you to all the volunteers. We will
I was sailing on the peaceful waters of the Causeway lake when across the cool morning air wafted the sounds of live music. Life at that moment got even better. Thanks Chris and Bob.
Ten brave Sailability volunteers turned up to KBSC for what was a very enjoyable lunch. Good food (and cheap), a beer or three and great company. We should do it again!
At our recent sail day we had visits from representatives of the Keppel Bay Sailing Club Management team as well as the member for Keppel. The general feeling was that the lake is presently under utilised by the community and
It was a great morning. We should all feel proud. And thanks to those people who sent in photos. [Show picture list]
[Show picture list] I can say I have been to Sailability Heaven. Steve & Carol Livingstone and my wife Jenny and myself attended the Sailability State Conference in early March. The conference was held on the Gold Coast at the