|Sunday Sailing is the boat in middle with green jib and top of sail|
When I arrived they were just floating around in 4-5 knots, but as they started the breeze picked up and they started moving along At one point I got a photo as they were in 5th place.
|I could walk out to end of the point|
|Spotted some seals who seemed to be fishing|
|Digging for ??|
|What a good sister!|
|Troops heading back|
|Lots of sun protection tents|
|Boat trailers. All in a bush setting.|
So after a while i left and went on to Aireys Inlet to Lynne & Kate.I had lunch with Lynne and Kate, and Kate made me a coffee on the new coffee machine which uses pods of coffee. Easy to use and a good coffee.
Kate and Lynne were also a great source of knowledge in the intricacies of my new Iphone!
Andrew and Nick arrived back about 230 as the racing had been canceled as the wind had picked up to 25 knots. Nick recounted how he had capsized the boat.
|Nick in His Hobie Assoc Shirt|
When a catamaran tacks the crew needs to dash over to the opposite side at the point of the trampoline to avoid the wind getting under the Tramp. If you are slow the boat tips up backwards. Nick went sliding down the trampoline into the water! His first capsize and in 25knots Really initiated now!