TRAILER SAILER CLUB OF QUEENSLAND
7:30 pm Tuesday 20 August
Brisbane Sailing Squadron
Quay St Bulimba
1st meeting of new committee All club members welcome
Sunday 25 August
TSCQ Presidents Cup race from Manly
Briefing at public boat ramp at about 9:30 am
Staggered starts from 10:40 am
Great trophy - don't miss it
2019 Moreton Bay Classic Promo
By tscq, Aug 18 2019 01:08AM
It's time to renew or become a NEW club member with the Trailer Sailer Club of Queensland.
TSCQ membership costs very little but brings many benefits including:
Access to sailors with experience and knowledge who are willing to assist other boat owners.
Free access to boat lifts if you need to work on your trailer or keel etc.
Free entry to Combined Club events including one day or overnight at attractive anchorages with social gatherings.
TSCQ look forward to meeting new members into our friendly club.
Dont delay! Become a member today.
By tscq, Jun 26 2019 10:01AM
This annual event will be held at MBTBC at Manly on Saturday 27 July from 6:30 pm. The meeting will be brief, but it is important as we need to elect a new committee to keep the club going for another year. Most of the outgoing committee are available for re-election, but some would be happy to stand down and new blood is always welcome. Please consider helping in one of the many roles available. The duties are not onerous and there is plenty of experience available if needed. But most importantly, come along and show your support for the club and enjoy a great night out with good company. Please call Mal on 0418 105 208 to book.
By tscq, May 16 2019 02:00AM
Our first social event for the year will be the traditional ladies’ night dinner to thank our sailing and non-sailing partners for their support and tolerance of our on-water activities. Please join us for a pleasant evening on the deck at the MBTBC at Manly from 6:00 pm on Saturday 25 May. The club will contribute $25 towards the cost of the meal for each lady. Please contact me by phone or text on 0418 105 208 no later than Tuesday 21 May to book so I can advise numbers to MBTBC. Hope to see you all there. Mal Dorricott (President)
By tscq, Dec 16 2018 06:07AM
2018 has been a busy and successful year for the TSCQ, and your committee has been working hard to make 2019 even better. We have scheduled a full program of club races to complement the MCC races, and they will all count towards the club championship, with your best ten results deciding your score. The updated Sailing Instructions explain the scoring and handicapping systems that will be used next year. Several cruises are also planned for those who are not so competitive.
Our first club race and cruise is in January from Sandgate, and the Moreton Bay Classic is in early March. Please check the club web site for upcoming events and use the on-line calendar to keep up to date with the program and any changes. The printed club calendar will be available in the new year. Keep an eye on the Facebook page as some members plan to do some cruising over the holiday period, and we would love you to join us. Refer to the MCC web site for details of their program.
Please talk to your committee and let us know if you have any concerns or ideas, to ensure we all enjoy sailing on our beautiful Moreton Bay as often as possible in 2019.
By tscq, Oct 29 2018 10:15PM
This trophy honours a much-loved former club member who enjoyed sailing to the Sand Hills. This year’s event is on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 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 Sand Hills 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 10:00 am. Any boats wishing to cruise over should consider starting before 10:30 am, but they can sail over in their own time. The course maps have been updated so please download the new versions from the Documents page on the club web site.
High tide at the Brisbane Bar on Saturday is at 6:08 pm (2.27m) and the high tide on Sunday morning is at 6:56 am (2.01m) which is slightly lower than the evening high tide, so make sure you are still floating at about 7:30 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 Sand Hills, 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 5 2018 08:21PM
The next club trophy race is the Geoff Wallace Memorial Trophy race at Wivenhoe Dam on Sunday 21 October, with a start at about 11 am from the Logan Complex boat ramp. Most boats will also be going for a cruise on Saturday afternoon. If you plan on camping in a tent for the weekend, sites 45-50 at Captain Logan Camp are recommended. Marty has booked site 46 and Mal has booked site 48. The others were still available for both Friday and Saturday nights as of October 1st. The sites are level, unpowered and overlook the inlet where we tie up our boats. The amenities block is nearby. If the weather is kind it should be a great weekend, both at the camp and on the water. The dam is currently at 70% which is much the same as for the last two years. BYO food, drinks, firewood and camping gear. There is a Seniors Card discount so mention it when you make your booking if you have one. Give Mal a call on 0418 105 208 if you have any questions.
By tscq, Aug 7 2018 01:41AM
It’s that time of year again where TSCQ membership is now due. Please take the time to click on the Membership link and complete the new membership form.
Completed forms and payment instructions -
DIRECT BANK TRANSFER -Trailer Sailer Club of Qld Inc BSB: 484-799 Account No: 034518691 (include your NAME as reference) and email completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
CHEQUE made payable to - Trailer Sailer Club of QLD and posted with this completed form to
123 Kloske Road, BURBANK Q. 4156
By tscq, Jun 29 2018 12:31AM
At the general club meeting on Tuesday 19 June, the club constitution was amended by the Special Resolution as circulated to members previously. Membership renewals will therefore reflect the new membership categories, and the fees that were approved at this meeting. All members will soon receive an emailed notice inviting them to renew their membership for the coming financial year. Please select the appropriate class of membership on the renewal notice. You have the option to request an Australian Sailing number (formerly a Silver Card) for an additional fee. The overall changes to fees are minimal and still offer great value to members. Entry to the 2018 Manly Combined Club series is free for TSCQ Ordinary Members. Renewals are due from 1 July and should be paid by bank transfer as detailed on the renewal notice.
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 email@example.com we would love to share them.
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.