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Author: Commodore, Greg Marino

RMYS Commodore’s Report – 8 September 2020

Dear Members, I know we are all keen to get back on the water and into sailing. Last Sunday, the Premier announced the Governments roadmap out of the current COVID-19 restrictions. Australian Sailing is currently working with the State Government, through Better Boating Victoria and Sport and Recreation Victoria, to gain clarity on how the […]

Commodore’s Update – August 4th, 2020

Dear members, Just a short final eBreeze article from me before I leave the Commodore role next Saturday. My video last week was my good-bye message – this article deals with the day-to-day matters that continue on regardless. Firstly, the electronic voting for the elections commenced last Saturday and closes at 0900 this coming Saturday, […]

Commodore, Charles Meredith Farewell

To watch click image above or go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCOM7R6G-d0&feature=youtu.be

Concept Plans for the Club

Hello members,

We have put a short video together for you that runs over the current concept plans for the development of the club.

Please use the link below to view and we look forward to discussing this with members soon.

Nomination for Honorary Life Membership – Peter Davison

I am very pleased to be able to announce that Peter Davison (Arcadia) has been nominated for Honorary Life Membership of the Squadron. He was proposed by past commodore Russell Nathan and seconded by past commodore Harry Leggett and the proposal was unanimously endorsed by the General Committee. Such a nomination would normally be announced […]

Ian Lodewyckx not re-standing as Treasurer

Ian Lodewyckx has decided to not seek re-election as Treasurer and a General Committee member in order to focus on his new major project: the building of a new house as an owner builder. Ian has been a member of General Committee nearly continuously since 2001 and has served as Vice Commodore, Rear Commodore and […]

Commodore’s Update – July 9th 2020

RMYS Commodore, Charles Meredith providing an update for club members from the rooftop today.

Commodore’s Update – July 7th 2020

Dear RMYS members

The State government has announced this afternoon that Melbourne will go back to State 3 restrictions as of 11.59 pm tomorrow (Wednesday). The exact implications of this for sailing are not clear yet and we will be following up with government and Australian Sailing to get clarity on this. However, the ABC News website states:

“Subject to conditions, fishing, boating, tennis, golf and surfing can CONTINUE.”

The conditions are not specified and we will advise on what they are as soon as we can. Please bear with us until we have a clear picture of what the renewed restrictions will mean for the Squadron.

Charles Meredith,
Commodore