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By tscq, May 4 2016 11:24AM


About a year ago we started the Boat & Crew Finder on this site to bring 'boats looking for crew' and 'crew looking for boats' together. Back Flip was quick to respond but after that it remained very quiet. Only just now we found out there was a little bug in the system (Thanks Michael from "Rusty Nails" for bringing this to our attention) It turned out a lot of responses where hidden in the background.


We apoligize for the inconvenience (read: missed out sailing time) caused but we hope we can bring lots of crew and boats together from now on !

By tscq, Apr 11 2016 08:59AM

Provided the weather is suitable we will spend the ANZAC Day long weekend in southern Moreton Bay. Depending on the wind, we will probably overnight at Coochie Mudlo and/or Karragarra, but there are other options, so keep an eye on the Facebook page. There will be a race down from Manly on Saturday, at the usual staggered start times. Anyone not wanting to race can cruise down and join us at the agreed destination. We will then have two days to cruise, relax, and return to Manly.

If we overnight at Coochie, we will use the beach in front of the picnic shelter, which is on the south side of the island about 100 metres west of the barge ramp. Toilets, cold showers, and a café are a short walk away near the jetty. Bring a barbecue for dinner or buy fish and chips from the café.

Coochie provides excellent shelter from most wind directions, but if there is a brisk southerly or south-easterly, the alternative destination will probably be Karragarra near the picnic area and swimming enclosure. It will be low tide in the late afternoon when we arrive, with a very high tide in the late evening and another high tide mid morning.



By tscq, Mar 16 2016 10:01AM


Because of the rescheduled Pearl Challenge we have moved the date for the TSCQ Ladies Night from the 21st of May to the 11th of June.

By tscq, Mar 8 2016 07:06AM


Sunday the 13th of March we sail out of Manly. Warning signal for the first race will not be before 10:35 but keep in mind that the startline will be somewhere east of Green Island so allow yourself some extra time to get there. The second race start is usually no later than 13:00 and may be sooner if all boats finished quickly in the first race.


Race briefing as usual with MCC races at 09:00 under the MBTBC deck.


Tell your crew to be fit and have a good night's sleep because they may have to move about a bit more than usual.


I am looking forward to Sunday, hope to meet you there.


Mees

Rosie





By tscq, Feb 18 2016 08:29AM

Saturday 27 February 2016

Our next race is at Victoria Point on a Saturday instead of the usual Sunday, as requested by several club members. The Pearl Challenge is also on the same weekend, so some club boats will be competing in this race. It would be good to see all the club boats not doing the Pearl Challenge turn out for this event, especially since our first race at Sandgate was cancelled due to the weather. Victoria Point is a great place to sail from. The usual staggered start times will apply, with first boats going at 10.40 am. Make sure you allow enough time to motor out to the Coochie Red buoy for the start.


By tscq, Jan 28 2016 10:30AM


The first MCC race of the 2016 series will take place on Sunday the 14th of February.


Results of the MCC races are part of the TSCQ Championship and entry to the Manly Combined Series for 2016 is now included in your TSCQ Membership.


You will have to fill in the online entry form on the Manly Combined website : www.manlycombinedclubs.com


Please note that when completing the entry form it is very important that you select the

bank transfer option for payment and then

DO NOT PAY....


A reminder that you still need your 10 Million Insurance for Race Cover and your Cat 5 Forms to enter.


Hope to see you all on the water.



By tscq, Jan 6 2016 06:25AM

The first club race for 2016 will be from Sandgate on Sunday 17 January. We launch at the public boat ramp in Sinbad Street Shorncliffe with the usual staggered start times from 10.40 am. We typically set a course to suit the wind in the area north of the shipping channel up to Woody Point. Let’s get lots of boats out on the water to kick off what is going to be a big year for the club.

If you have a trailer sailer but are not a member yet, you can still come along and sail with us to see if you like our semi-competitive social agenda. If you haven’t got a boat and would like to crew, come along and we will find a spot for you to enjoy a sail. If possible, use our Facebook page to tell us you are coming and ask any questions. You can also register on our boat and crew finder above.




By tscq, Nov 20 2015 11:03AM

As you know we had to cancel this great weekend event at the Sandhills early November due to weather conditions. Despite our busy program we luckily found a suitable weekend between the Presidents Cup and the Presentation night.

Probably the best weekend of the year will now take place on:


Saturday Dec. 5 and Sunday Dec 6.


Don’t miss it !


By tscq, Nov 20 2015 10:22AM


In the previous years we used to have a combined AGM and Presentation night. This year however we had the AGM in July and will have the Presentation Night on Saturday 12 December.

So now it will be a double party as we combine the excitement of the results of the past sailing season with that special feeling that only Santa can bring in the silly season.

Please come and join us to celebrate and find out how you did on the water.

The where and when :

Redlands Bowls Club

3 Poinciana Ave

Victoria Point

Saturday 12 December 6 pm


By tscq, Nov 12 2015 07:53AM

The next club sailing event is the Presidents Cup race from Raby Bay on Sunday 29 November. This beautiful trophy was donated by past presidents of the club and is currently held by Sacha, last year’s winner.

The course will be decided at around 10 am as we launch at the Raby Bay ramp, but is usually either clockwise or anticlockwise around Peel Island, depending on the wind. There will be a staggered start at the cardinal near the leads, with the first boats going at 10.40 am.

Come along and try to have this trophy sit on your shelf for the next year.



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