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The formal program has ended for the year.

Watch the facebook page to see who is going out for a sail over the summer break.

Next TSCQ event is a cruise in January. Details TBA.

 

 

TSCQ HAPPENINGS

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.



By tscq, Sep 3 2017 01:44AM


A favourite of many on the racing calendar : Manly combined Clubs' Sandgate weekend.


Hosted by QCYC the Saturday night will be one to remember with great food, music, and friendly staff.


TSCQ members don't have to pay anything as MCC racing is included in the membership but if you haven't competed in the MCC before you need to enter the online entryform on the MCC website (without paying) or simply send an email to info@manlycombinedclubs with your Cat 5 form and Insurance policy.


Don't miss out on possibly the best weekend of the year !

By tscq, Jul 19 2017 06:18AM


Saturday 29/7 and Sunday 30/7 was the TSCQ Sandgate weekend but has been changed to the RQYS Wintersun.


Both days' races count as TSCQ races . If you plan to sail please enter on the RQYS site :



TSCQ boats will be reimbursed for the $30 entry fee.



By tscq, Jun 27 2017 11:23AM

Dear TSCQ members,


Saturday the 22nd of July is a date you will have to save. Important matters will be dealt with and we need you to be part of that. To make sure our club will continue to provide trailer sailing at its best we will form a new committee and you are the best man / woman for the job. Yes that’s right we would like to give you the opportunity to be the next President , Secretary, Webmaster, Treasurer, Handicapper or one of the various other positions as we think you’ll be great at it.


Even if you have an excuse not to run for any of the above mentioned positions (like we would believe that) we really think you should come as it will be a fun social event with X-mas presents, food, drinks, and funny TSCQ people.


Rumor has it that we will have a special appearance of a certain jovial, generous, round bellied guy who is known to shout a few rounds of drinks (yes Chop will be there but I’m not talking about him)


So have a think what you can do for your club the next 2 years and contact Chop if you have any questions and to reserve a seat at the table on the night.


When: Saturday July 22nd

Time: 6:30 pm

Where: The Manly Hotel


See you all there !



By tscq, Apr 13 2017 11:27AM


For the sailors whose wives are left behind when you go sailing this is the night to make it right. Wine and dine your Lady on The TSCQ’s Ladies Night.

Saturday 13th of May at The Junction Hotel, Annerley.

Doors open at 6 pm , Dinner at 7 pm

Txt or Call Chop on 0414 475 686 and let him know if you will be there and how many Ladies you will treat for a night to remember.


By tscq, Mar 24 2017 06:30AM

The Club Championship and Aggregate Score are based on the points scored in Club

races and Manly Combined Clubs (MCC) series races. With club boats sailing in both

Division 2 and Division 3 of the MCC series, the traditional club scoring system cannot

be used. The committee has decided to trial a new system this year based on the

placing of each boat in both series of races.

Each boat sailing in MCC Division 2 and MCC Division 3 will be awarded points for the

placing obtained in their respective division, based on MCC handicaps. Club

handicaps will not be adjusted after MCC races.

All boats will compete in a single division for club races, which will be scored using

club handicaps. Club handicaps will be adjusted after each club race.

All points scored in both series of race will count towards the Aggregate Score trophy,

and the best ten results for each boat will count towards the Club Championship.

Results for the races already sailed this year will be rescored using the new system.

Scoring for all races, both club and MCC, is as follows:

 A boat, which finishes first, shall score zero points.

 A boat, which finishes last, shall score 100 points.

 All other boats which finish correctly shall score points equivalent to the

percentage of boats in their division that beat them.

 A boat which starts correctly but does not finish (DNF) shall score 110 points.

 A boat which starts correctly but is subsequently disqualified (DSQ) shall

score 120 points.

 A boat which does not start (DNS) shall score 130 points.

By tscq, Mar 1 2017 06:55AM


37 boats have entered the Moreton Bay Classic this weekend which is a fantastic number. Unfortunately the marina in Scarborough has a limited number of berths available so we cannot guarantee you a berth if you decide to enter the race now.

By tscq, Feb 5 2017 05:16AM

Online entry for the Moreton Bay Classic is now open. Click on the button on the top right corner of this page and go from there.


Entry for the Manly Combined Club Series is also available, The first MCC race is already in 2 weeks (19 / 2 ) so better get your entry in ASAP.


Click on Manly Combined Club Logo on the left for link to entry form.


TSCQ members must fill out the form BUT PLEASE DO NOT PAY (because we are special)



By tscq, Jan 4 2017 01:26PM


The TSCQ Sailing Instructions and Course Charts have been updated and are available for download under the documents tab on the lefthand side of this page. The Sangate Courses are available now and the rest of the courses will follow soon.

By tscq, Nov 7 2016 10:59AM

This trophy honours a much loved former club member who enjoyed sailing to the Sandhills. This year’s event is on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 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 is at about 7.30 pm so we can get right in to the beach. The high tide on Sunday morning is at about 8.15 am and higher than the evening high tide, so we should be ready to race back at about 9.30 am. There will be an informal briefing after breakfast. 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.



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