Welcome to the 2017-2018 Season

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Welcome to the 2017-2018 Season

Message from Commodore Chris Kelleway (while suffering on a Greek Island!)

The season starts on Sunday 3rd September with racing due to commence at 1pm and a briefing at 11am.

The AGM will be on Sunday 10th September at 11am, for which Jonathan will issue the meeting notice, the accounts and nomination forms shortly.

By season opening day the major clubroom and kitchen renovation will be close to finished. This is thanks to a big effort by some members that have put considerable time and effort into this project, and more that have lent a hand at critical times on weekends along the way. This is all greatly appreciated and we can look forward to a Grand Opening event to proudly celebrate the completion of this project shortly.  

This season RO’s will also enjoy the new 25hp 4 stroke electric start outboard with tilt functions, and easier steering. There will be briefing material to help users understand how to operate and care for this investment when on duty.

There will be a lot of maintenance work going on at the Sydney Water site for a few months that we will need to accommodate, so please be patient.

Rob has continued to keep the web site up to date. The sailing calendar and sailing instructions have been posted for some time. If anyone would like it to import the calendar to Outlook let me know and I will supply the file and instructions. The Duty Roster for the first part of the season is now posted so please put your duty day in your diary NOW.

The Subs invoices have been issued by Jonathan, it would be good if everyone could attend to payment if not done so already.

Also, our Committee member and web master was awarded by RSYS Yachtsman of the Year for his contribution to sailing at that “other” club, well done Rob.

Look forward to catching up on 3rd September.


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