“Synergy” in Pen D22 and will arrive middle of August 2018
She comes from the Royal Ulster Yacht Club in Bangor, Northern Ireland, where I am an outport (distance) member, and where she has been for the last 19 years. She was bought new in 1999 by my Mum and Step-Dad as a wedding gift to themselves and used to cruise Ireland and the West Coast of Scotland. Unfortunately, my Step-Dad passed away last year, so I've bought the boat from my Mum and it's currently somewhere on a ship in the South Pacific en-route to Melbourne. My wife, Karen, and I are looking forward to introducing our young son, Lewis, who has just turned one, to sailing at the Squadron.
“Liberator” currently in Pen G25 and will move to onto a Swing Mooring
“Liberator has sailed from Adelaide to her new home at RMYS with delivery crew Paul Hardie, Tim Kimpton, Andrew English (Skipper), Brendan Phillips and Mark Harrick.
Liberator is a Farr 42 and has competed in three Sydney to Hobart races. I intend to race Liberator in the midweek RMYS races and sail in the Tasmanian Circumnavigation February 2018.”
“Coral Lee” in Pen A6
Coral Lee is a Bavaria 30 (9.47 m) cruising yacht imported into Australia in 2006 by the first owner who raced the boat at Royal Brighton. A second owner moved the vessel to Martha Cove where it was used recreationally and from where it was purchased mid-July this year and brought to RMYS. Coral Lee will soon be entered in non-spinnaker pursuit races and may compete in spinnaker events later in the season.
I would like to thank club members who have already provided help, encouragement and advice as well as the Marina and Office staff, who have been extremely helpful in managing Coral Lee's move to her new home.
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