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By tscq, Mar 4 2018 09:31PM

Congratulations to all competitors that sailed in the successful TSCQ Moreton Bay Classic last weekend.


A big thank you to our sponsors for your support again this year.


If you have any photos taken over the weekend that you would like in the TSCQ photo gallery please forward them to tscq.sailing@gmail.com we would love to share them.


Sail fast.


Chris O (Geronimo)



By tscq, Feb 2 2018 09:26AM

Manly Combined Clubs Series Race 1 is scheduled for 11th February 2018. TSCQ members can enter for FREE. Please ensure you have entered your boat for this series. TSCQ was well represented last year, let’s see if we can do the same this year.


What is the Manly combined club series?

During the racing season the Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club hosts a series of passage races and sometimes a number of social races too. A number of those races (typically 14) make up the Manly Combined Clubs Series during the year between February and November.

Occasionally the fleet will race to a more distant location in the bay and stay overnight, racing back the next day and these weekends are highly popular due to the very social evenings!

The diversity of the fleet means there is a division for almost any type of sailing boat from fully-fledged racing machines to trailerable cruising boats and multi-hulls.


Join the fun.


http://www.manlycombinedclubs.com/



By tscq, Jan 3 2018 09:59PM

This year’s program will be a little different to recent years. The Club Championship will be based on the Manly Combined Clubs race series, with the best 11 results counting from the 14 races. There will be no Aggregate competition. In addition to the Moreton Bay Classic, there will also be stand-alone club races for four trophies: Presidents Cup, Anniversary Cup, Geoff Wallace Memorial Trophy and Susie McCarthy Memorial Trophy. There will also be some fun races/cruises just aimed at having fun with nothing at stake. The 2018 Moreton Bay Classic is on 3-4 March, and documentation is now available on the web site.

You can find details of the 2018 program on the web site and in the 2018 Club Calendar, which is now available from Chop and Karen for $15 each. Get your order in before Christmas. Please ensure you download the updated 2018 Sailing Instructions from the Documents section on the web site. Course maps will be progressively updated so make sure you have the latest version before each club race.

Come along and enjoy another great year of sailing with TSCQ.


By tscq, Dec 11 2017 10:31PM

Congratulations to the winners and competitors of the 2017 TSCQ sailing season. See results link for final results. The presentation night on the 9th December was a great laugh with Chop and Kaz value adding again with the Goose awards. A great night had by all.


Special thank you to the Sailing commitee and event organisers for another sucessfull sailing year. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.


TSCQ is a fantastic club for the novice sailer or keen racer. We look foreward to another sucessfull year of great sailing and meeting new people.


On behalf of the TSCQ comittee we wish everyone a very merry christmas and a safe new year.


Chris O (Geronimo)

By tscq, Nov 17 2017 01:27AM

Hi all TSCQ members


At our meeting next Tuesday night, I will be presenting the attached draft programme for 2018 for discussion and hopefully finalisation. The Combined Club dates are all fixed and the TSCQ events are intended to fill the gaps. It is a very full program, but it is likely that some races will be cancelled due to the weather, although none were cancelled this year.


If you have any comments or suggestions, please come along to the meeting. Otherwise you can email them to me and I will present them on Tuesday night.


Look forward to some feedback.


thanks


Mal


By tscq, Oct 31 2017 08:51AM

This trophy honours a much loved former club member who enjoyed sailing to the Sandhills. This year’s event is on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November, with the combined times for the two days used to decide the winner of the trophy.

The Saturday race is from Manly to the Big Sandhills on Moreton Island, with staggered start times commencing from 10.40 am at the Manly leads. Race briefing will be in the carpark near the public boat ramp just before 10 am. Any boats wishing to cruise over should consider starting before 10.30 am, but they can sail over in their own time. High tide on Saturday is at 3.15 pm (2.2 m) and the high tide on Sunday morning is at 4.13 am (1.7 m) which is 0.5 m lower than the evening high tide, so make sure you are still floating at 6.00 pm on Saturday evening if you want to get away Sunday morning. There will be an informal briefing after breakfast for those racing home, with an early race start. Cruisers can return at their leisure.

There are no facilities at the Sandhills, just a lovely beach and the giant sand dunes. Be prepared to use the toilet on your boat or to go bush with a small shovel. Some refreshments will be provided by the club, but you should bring some drinks and nibbles for the usual get together. Folding chairs are optional. You can cook and eat on your boat, or on the beach. It is possible to camp behind the beach in a small tent if you wish. Hope to see lots of boats out for this popular weekender and to remember Susie.


By tscq, Oct 17 2017 07:45PM

This year our Wivenhoe weekend includes the Geoff Wallace race on Sunday 22 October. The race remembers Geoff (Marty’s dad) who was a past President, and a very active member from 1969 to 1992. For Geoff, the TSCQ was about having fun and enjoying companionship as much (or more than) winning races.

You can come along for a cruise and a swim on Saturday and/or the club race on Sunday (with the usual start times). The club has booked three powered camp sites at Lumley Hill campground(Just off Logan inlet road) for the Friday and Saturday nights, so bring a tent and enjoy social evenings around the campfire. Each site can accommodate several people, so please let Chop know if you wish to share a club site. Otherwise you can book your own site, but don’t leave it till the last minute.


Please remember that you are not allowed to sleep on your boat so you will need your tent and bbq/gas stove and camp chairs, food and drinks limited amount of ice is available from the office/kiosk.


Be aware that the sites at Lumley Hill have been reorganised and renumbered. Many of the old sites are gone and a lot of new tent and caravan sites have been constructed above the amenities block. The club has booked the same sites as last year, now numbered 35, 36 & 37, which were previously 84, 85 & 86. Prices have increased and discounts have been reduced. Please refer to the new map and fact sheet in the Documents section of this website.


Boat ramp is situated at the end of Logan inlet road.


Please also that all campsites must be packed up Sunday morning.


Non club members are very welcome to join us for what is a very social weekend.


By tscq, Oct 14 2017 10:00PM

A note to all Manly Combined Clubs Competitors.


A post on MCC website


"The Presentation night has been rescheduled to Saturday the 18th of November. 


We have rescheduled it based on feedback that too many people found it logistically difficult to get to the Friday night function.


The format this year will be a little more casual. Instead of a sit down meal, a catered barbecue will provide the nourishment for the evening. ($25 per head)


Full details of the night together with details of how to book will appear on this site in the near future. e rescheduled it based on feedback that too many people found it logistically difficult to get to the Friday night function.


The format this year will be a little more casual. Instead of a sit down meal, a catered barbecue will provide the nourishment for the evening. ($25 per head)


Full details of the night together with details of how to book will appear on this site in the near future."

 

By tscq, Sep 24 2017 01:02AM


The upcoming long weekend is our annual weekender to Tangalooma, so if you are not sailing in the St Helena Cup, why not join us at this beautiful part of Moreton Bay. We will have a race over from Manly on Saturday with the usual start times, finishing at the Tangalooma resort jetty. The course map can be downloaded from the Documents section on this website. We overnight up behind the wrecks, which is a great spot for snorkelling and swimming the next day. There are cold showers and toilets available in the nearby campground. A permit is required to visit the resort and it is probably too late to get one now, but you can still enjoy a stroll along the beach. The return is a cruise whenever you choose, but most of us will come back on the Monday after breakfast. Don’t miss the chance to have a relaxing long weekend at a superb location with great company.




By tscq, Sep 20 2017 06:48AM


This year our Wivenhoe weekend includes the Geoff Wallace race on Sunday 22 October. The race remembers Geoff (Marty’s dad) who was a past President, and a very active member from 1969 to 1992. For Geoff, the TSCQ was about having fun and enjoying companionship as much (or more than) winning races.


You can come along for a cruise and a swim on Saturday and/or the club race on Sunday (with the usual start times). The club has booked three powered camp sites at Lumley Hill campground for the Friday and Saturday nights, so bring a tent and enjoy social evenings around the campfire. Each site can accommodate several people, so please let Chop know if you wish to share a club site. Otherwise you can book your own site, but don’t leave it till the last minute.


Be aware that the sites at Lumley Hill have been reorganised and renumbered. Many of the old sites are gone and a lot of new tent and caravan sites have been constructed above the amenities block. The club has booked the same sites as last year, now numbered 35, 36 & 37, which were previously 84, 85 & 86. Prices have increased and discounts have been reduced.


Please refer to the new map and fact sheet in the Documents section of this website.


Non club members are very welcome to join us for what is a very social weekend.



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