Annie and Steve have been visiting their daughter in Perth and took the opportunity to have a sticky beak at what Sailability gets up to in the west. They have a full time employed organiser, Shay Kennare, who kindly took
The Mackay Yacht Club has recently decided to host Sailing at the North Queensland Games to be held in the Mackay region 22-25 June 2012. The NQ Games is the largest regional sporting event in Australia attracting thousands of competitors
Are you aware that some sailors at Sailability compete in open dinghy racing at Southport Yacht Club? Open ÔÇ£BÔÇØ division contains able bodied sailors as well. The only handicaps are for the boats not for the sailors. There are other
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This looks good to me. There are more photos here. The company that makes them is Superior Jetties from the Gold Coast. Let us know your thoughts.
It was so peaceful early on Tuesday morning down at the lake. The sun was poking its nose out from behind the clouds. A gentle breeze wafting across the smooth waters. Beautiful. And then along comes Sailability. Cars, trailers, people,
Sailors Our regular sailors Sara and Jamie, as well Conrad who came through the Sporting Wheelie’s organisation. Numbers are always down in the winter months. Not sure why, it was very pleasant at the lake. We are slowly working away
Sailors Our regular sailors Sara, Michelle and Jamie, were there as well as 6 girls from Glenmore High. They were accompanied by teachers and parents most of whom got out on the water. Michelle, the teacher who organised the trip,
Where From the boat ramp on the north shore of the Causeway Lake. Half way between the shop and the boat hire centre. Near the junction of Ware Ave and Causeway Esplanade. When First and third Tuesdays of each month.
Just a quick reminder that our next sail day is on Tuesday. A teacher from Glenmore High, Michelle, is bringing some teenage girls for the first time. I’ll let Michelle tell you about them. We have 6 or 7 students,