The March 2019 edition of the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club Tidings magazine is out now.
Members of the Club will be receiving their printed copy of the quarterly publication in their mailboxes in the coming days.
Everyone can take a peek of the digital edition online now. The Autumn copy includes:
A Tallship Voyage to Antarctica
by Charles Colvin
"This is a story of a tallship voyage to Antarctica. Like all stories there is a stage on which the story takes place - The Antarctic Peninsula, there are heros – the crew of the ship, this is a villain – the Drake Passage, and there is a heroine – the Bark Europa."
How to measure a successful regatta
by Jennie Fitzhardinge
"We thought we would ask that of the recent double whammy of the IDA Dragon World Championship and the lean in event, the Prince Philip Cup for the Australasian Dragon Championship. And as a picture paints a thousand words, we thought we would answer it in pictures and captions…"
One year on – A beautiful Bunbury and Return Ocean Race
by Susan Ghent
"While many are still recovering from tragic events of the 2018 race, the 71st Bunbury and Return Ocean Race will be remembered as one that helped in the healing process for the offshore community in Western Australia."
Catch up on some Club heritage with Basil Twine from the Archive Team and his article on "Cappoquin" in the Astern feature. There's also a bunch of event and regatta wrap ups from the Mirrors, WASZPs, match racing and plenty more!