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Sydney to Mooloolaba Yacht Race 1991
The Log MHYC Winter 1991 Mooloolaba
The Log MHYC Winter 1991 Mooloolaba

LocationSydney to Mooloolaba
StateNSW
CountryAustralia
ClubMiddle Harbour Yacht Club

Sydney to Mooloolaba Yacht Race 1991

The Small Yachts Take Honours

By Peter Campbell

The remarkable success of the small yachts, particularly Half Tonners, in the Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba ocean race, was underscored in MHYC's annual event to Queensland.

Nuzulu, the smallest yacht among the 44 yachts to finish the 480 nautical mile race, sailed home to victory under spinnaker as a long-awaited south-easterly front swept up the NSW North Coast. This change was too late for the big boats, with line honours going to Peter Walker's yacht Amazon, in the slowest race time since 1980.

Amazon took 82 hours 6 minutes 31 seconds to sail the course, an average of only 5.7 knots, compared with the amazing record set by Helsal in 1976 in a southerly gale.

The dominance of small yachts extended to the IMS division, with the overall top place on corrected time going to Dow Air owned by the Farr Lap syndicate.

In the PHRS division the overall handicap winner was Kim William's Rock 'N Roll followed by Amazon, then MHYC boat Group Therapy.

Nuzulu, a 30 footer owned by Sydney yachtsmen Ed Psaltis and Peter Ward, finished late on Saturday night to displace the bigger yachts on corrected time. Until the late south-caster, Gary Appleby's one tonner Sagacious V, had looked like winning his final race.

In the end, Sagacious V was placed sixth on IOR overall, first in its division and was a member of the winning NSW Caltex State of Origin Team supported by Colin Wilson's Never A Dull Moment and Peter Hayes' High Anxiety.

In a remarkable duel for 106 hours, Nuzulu, Pemberton III and Public Nuisance fought out the 480 mile race with Nuzulu crossing the line a mere seven and a half minutes in front of Pemberton III followed by Public Nuisance just over an hour behind.

To beat the highly-ranked Pemberton III on corrected time, Nuzulu had to finish within 30 minutes. Nuzulu got their break when Mackay navigator, Bob Thomas, set a course to sail inside Cook Island, giving Nuzulu a close spinnaker reach past the Gold Coast, whereas Pemberton III was sailing" square, out wider.

For Amazon, her second ocean race since being launched proved challenging as she fought out line honours with the Brindabella owned by George Snow of Canberra. At one stage of the race, the two big yachts engaged in a tacking duel crossing paths several times before settling down to concentrate on their goal of finishing first at Mooloolaba.

Although 14 yachts retired from the fleet of 58 starters, the race was relatively free from drama. Two yachts were dismasted - front runners Bolle Wild Thing from Melbourne and the luckless OZ Fire from Lake Macquarie. Whilst three yachts received a 10 per cent placings penalty for exceeding the total weight limit for their crews under the IMS rules.

However, for 1990 IOR winner Freight Train, the race ended suddenly on the second night at sea, when she hit an unchartered rock south of Crowdy Head as she sailed close inshore. The impact pushed the keel up through the aluminium hull of the 62 footer and taking water fast, skipper Damien Parkes headed into Forster for more pumps, before returning to Sydney.

MHYC welcomed entrants from around Australia, which with Caltex's continuing support of this race, has proven that turning left at the heads is the way to go again in 1992!

1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Winter 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Winter 1991

Tale

A Mooloolaba Tale

Once upon a time when ALTAIR was the BRIGHT MORNING STAR, our heroine awoke. She had been FARROUT and it was now time for a SEAQUESTA. Her HIGH ANXIETY was about to SHORT CIRCUIT. The SPIRIT OF SYDNEY called and she decided to become a RAGER at KINGS CROSS-SYDNEY, where there was NEVER A DULL MOMENT.

So she caught the FRIEGHT TRAIN which strangely was THE PINK BOAT that went down the AMAZON. All that night the STAR FERRY battled ON THE BEAT in a FORCE ELEVEN. The WILD ROSE in the compass was the WHITE POINTER to the VENTURE. I would never forget.

As they neared OZ, FIRE was detected. LE ROY BROWN the Negro captain got the crew who was a NUZULOO to assemble the passengers including the FUJITSU DEALERS. I was no FICTION that the DYNAMITE was ODDES ON to blow. So LET'S GO was in order. There was no BACKLASH as INCH X WINCH through DOW AIR they were caused to FLYAWAY from boat.

STAND ASIDE for a MISTRESS MERCY commanded LA MONIQUE. She was to be obeyed as she wielded ANDURIL. Although it was AUSTRALIAN MAID, it was an IMPECCALE weapon. LADY HAWK could not find her THYLAINE. She asked the captain "Can you save BLUE MAX II?"- She was fond of the dog.

After the rescue of PATRICE III, others and BRUNHILDE and Cindy's sister BRINDABELLA went looking for a MAIN DATE. PEMBERTON III was the phone number of the OLD EL PASO, while dining there, they fell for a ROCKSTAR. They danced ROCK N ROLL, "Want to SCAMPI A to my pad in SANCTURARY COVE, QUEENSLAND, MAID?". What could they do, they were INSOFARR to refuse would be a PUBLIC NUISANCE. So they made love in the BOLLE. WILD THING was played by the SAGACIOUS V. It was a real RUFF N TUMBLE.

GROUP THERAPY sex caused them to rise PHOENIX like. PAMELA-K was cured as she was X-TENSION.

Author: Unknown

Reports

Australian Champion one tonner goes for rare double

1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991

1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba Yacht Race

Australian Champion one tonner goes for rare double

By Peter Campbell

Gary Appleby, the bearded epitome of a rugged sea-going skipper, has won two Sydney - Hobart races, represented Australia at the Admiral's Cup, the Southern Cross Cup and the Kenwood Cup, and was awarded Australian Ocean Racer of the Year in 1988.

One success is still missing from Appleby's remarkable ocean racing record - victory in the Caltex Sydney - Mooloolaba Yacht Race - despite 9 attempts. Appleby is confident of making amends in the 1991 Caltex Classic with his champion one tonner, the Bruce Farr designed, Sagacious V, which he sailed to sweet victory in the recent NorTel Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

Sagacious V was the number one entrant for Middle Harbour Yacht Club's 28th Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba race, which starts from Sydney Harbour at noon on Tuesday 19th March. If Sagacious V can win the 1991 Caltex Sydney Mooloolaba race, she will be only the third yacht to take the Mooloolaba race double in 27 years.

Cadence won the Hobart race in 1966 and recorded three wins north to Queensland waters (the earlier races finished in Brisbane's Moreton Bay) in 1964, 1965 and in a remarkable comeback, in 1974. Scallywag won the Sydney to Hobart in 1982 and the Mooloolaba race a few months later, in 1983.

"My plan is to sail Sagacious V on the northern circuit this autumn - the Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba race, the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race and then Hamilton Island Race Week", said owner/skipper Appleby, who keeps Sagacious V in Sydney, but who now lives at Budderim on the Sunshine Coast near Mooloolaba. "It will be 'turn left at the heads' and head for beautiful Queensland" he added.

"I have competed in 9 races to Mooloolaba and I've always wanted to win the Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba race. I feel that the crew and I are on a winning roll." With an expected fleet of up to 70 yachts for the 1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba race, Gary Appleby and his crew have quite a task ahead of them.

At least 15 yachts are expected from Queensland, including Outsider, Phoenix, Queensland Maid, Scandal, Wide Load, Struth, Fly Away, Rager and Thylacine. In addition to Bolle Wild Thing, Victorian entries are expected from Trump Card, Flash Dance and the crack one tonner, Western Port Venture.

A little bit of yachting history also could be joining the fleet with Whitsunday's owner Vince De Milio organising a shared charter to ensure entry of the famous maxi yacht Apollo once again in the Caltex Sydney - Mooloolaba race. Apollo, previously owned by Jack Rooklyn, took line honours in 1983 and 1987 before being retired for charter work in Queensland.

First held in 1964, the Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba race rank second only to the Sydney - Hobart on the Australian ocean racing calendar. The first race was intended as a feeder passage event for the southern yachts wishing to sail North to compete in the well-established Brisbane to Gladstone race. There were 10 yachts in that first event, with the beautiful two-master Enid taking line honours and Cadence winning the first of her three races on corrected time.

With the change of the finish line to Mooloolaba away from the racing tides and sandbanks of Moreton Bay, interest in the race boomed with a record of 79 starters in 1986, a year which saw the famous maxi yacht Windward Passage take line honours and the tiny half tonner Nuzulu win on corrected time.

"Fun Race to the Sun", the Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba race is as tough as any on the Australian calendar and certainly more demanding in terms of tactics and accurate, tack-by-tack, gybe-by-gybe navigation.

The northbound course demands that the fleet hug the long and rugged NSW North Coast and the southern coast of Queensland to avoid the strong south-setting Australian East Coast current. Says Australian yachting weather expert Dr. Roger Badham; "Meteorologically, the coastline is topographically influenced and crews are thinking, tactically, 12 hours ahead compared to Sydney to Hobart crews who deal with longer term synoptic decisions and plan their course one or two days ahead."

With the race much earlier than usual this year due to the early Easter, the weather patterns could differ markedly in this year's Caltex Sydney - Mooloolaba race.

Last year's IOR victory by the 66 footer, Freight Train owned by Damien Parkes, was the first overall win by a big boat since the original Apollo took line and handicap double in 1977. Since then, three-quarter tonners and half-tonners have dominated corrected time results.

The line honours record still stands unchallenged at 45 hours, 0 minutes, 27 seconds, set by Helsal in the south-westerly gale.

1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Autumn 1991

IMS Racing

Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Julie Hodder, Golden Voice Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Julie Hodder, Golden Voice Award
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Winter 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Winter 1991

IMS Racing

By Julie Canfield (now Julie Hodder)

Navigator on Dow Air and winner of the Golden Voice Trophy

After sailing a successful season on Haupia with a female orientated crew, led by skipper Roger Hickman, we were all disappointed that she would not be going on the Caltex Sydney-Mooloolaba race to defend her title.

This year was my 12th Mooloolaba race. I have seen many changes since first sailing with Alan Sweeney on Diamond Cutter in 1980. Females are now a lot more predominant in off-shore racing and the IMS weight rule has certainly helped.

Dow Air, sponsored by Dow Air Conditioning, had a relatively new crew sailing together. We had originally planned to sail with 8 crew members. However, with the true weight limits enforced, one of the crew had to stay at home.

Race starts are always exciting places, however I soon felt at ease when I heard Ray Stone shouting his usual words of encouragement at us as we bored down on him on port. Being a little late for the start and in a lot of bad air we had to tack early. This proved to be a good move, as at the heads we were looking quite good.

This year's race was one of the slowest in Mooloolaba's history. The first few days brought variable winds basically from the north. The crew worked with incredible enthusiasm. One minute we would have our windseeker up until we felt a puff or air from behind, so up went the kite and the wind would move forward resulting in hoisting the number one light. No sooner had we hoisted up that sail than the wind would come howling in and would be down to a number three and a reef in the main. In the next minute it would die again. John, our forward hand, was always on the job with incredible zest and skill.

There often seems to be a pattern to these wind changes. We needed to keep inshore to keep out of the set and this occasionally brought a nice westerly. However, sometimes we found if you went too close to the shore, the wind was softer than further out. Tactically everyone had to keep their wits about them. This was especially important during change of watches and I believe that because the crew didn't just disappear after their watch that helped us particularly during the night.

Morning skeds are always nerve racking, because you never know how the other boats have done during the night. Time is spent calculating exactly where each boat is and how they are doing.

The second day brought us through Seal Rocks and we had Brunnhilde, White Pointer and The Pink Boat nicely tucked away behind us. Never a Dull Moment, Rockstar and Phoenix were in front. However they were still in reach.

Crossing the Queensland border we experienced more favourable winds from the South and up went the spinnaker for the first true run of the race. It looked like we would get the finish line before the end of the weekend and the whole atmosphere on the boat changed. A huge breakfast cooked by our great American chef Mat Foss was devoured. The boat was so clean it looked as if you could step off it immediately and most of the crew smelt a little better.

Coming up to Point Lookout, I told Mitchell Gordon to stay about a mile outside the other side of the headland. A huge amount of set was noticed on one of the fishing buoys and Insofar seemed to be heading straight for the broken water which was obviously Boat Rock. "Why are they going in there" I was continually asked by the crew. I mistakenly made the comment that I thought they were a Mooloolaba boat. Well that did it - if they were going inside the boat rock, so were we.

It was quite a harrowing experience and as we were about 50 metres off the rock Bruce Foye, who had been downstairs working out that we had a chance of winning the race, decided just at the critical moment to reappear to tell us the great news. I put my hand on his head and suggested it would be better for his health if he would remain downstairs for a few more minutes.

The next couple of hours to the finish line were spent nervously listening to all the boats finishing and praying the wind wouldn't die out. When that gun fired at the end we had a very happy crew jumping all over the boat.

For me it was a most enjoyable race with a keen and capable crew. A special thanks has to go to our sponsors, Dow Air Conditioning, for their support. Yacht racing in Australia has certainly increased its profile through such interest.

A Winner's Tale

1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Winter 1991
1991 Caltex Sydney to Mooloolaba, The Log Winter 1991

A winner's Tale

By Ed Psaltis, skipper of Nuzulu

The morning of the race saw blue skies and a freshening north-easter. We positioned ourselves well and achieved what we thought was a very reasonable start. Our satisfaction was soon to pass when we picked up another half tonner, Pemberton III, who had an excellent start, right on the buoy and was powering away in clean air.

Going through the heads we went further on starboard tack than most which paid off, as just out past North Head, we had Pemberton III about thirty boat lengths behind us. This duel was to be the pattern of the race for us.

We knew about Pemberton III's excellent track record and knew that if we were to do well we would need to match her. Another half tonner also high on our list of boats to watch was Public Nuisance, who was never far off the half ton pace "through-out the race.

The first night was very frustrating for us, with thunder- storms and light patches making the race a bit of a lottery. Through some great night racing on that first night, Pemberton III gained a two mile lead over us, a lead that we weren't to re-take until about thirty miles north of Seal Rocks.

For the first three days the race was basically characterised by freshening northerlies during the day and "light 'n variable" winds at night with local thunderstorms. The northerlies all day and into the evening meant hard but exhilarating sailing. We had all crew weight on the rail during those periods to gain that extra bit of speed and height. In addition, we were short tacking to keep out of the current. Having Pemberton III right on our tail made this very intense racing!

Coffs Harbour and the Solitaries passed by slowly and we were beginning to believe we really had a good chance. Every time the fleet "parked" it was to the advantage of the half tonners. By now the big boys were giving us a lot of time, with still a long way to go.

During the night of day four, Pemberton III picked the light conditions well by staying further out offshore, north of Cape Byron. She passed us to take the lead by about a mile. The next morning Nuzulu was like a morgue - we weren't happy! At this stage it was touch and go on handicap between the two yachts.

We passed inside Cook Island (and Danger Reef) in the company of Fujitsu Dealers, Impeccable and On the Beat, about one mile behind Pemberton III. All boats around and in front of us continued on a starboard jibe, to the east of the Rhumb Line towards Point Lookout. Instead, we jibed in on port in the moderate southerly to get out of the current and in the hope that the breeze would switch to the south east, giving us a fast reach, after jibing, to Point Lookout while those outside would be square and slower.

Having passed by almost close enough to pick out the Surfers Paradise bikinis, the breeze to our excitement, did switch by about 15 to 20 degrees to the south east. Our move had paid off as we came surfing back out to Pemberton III, we found ourselves about fifteen minutes in front of her. At this stage we knew we had a great chance. All boats in front we had on handicap if the breeze stayed in and our arch rival was behind us for the final run home.

All went well for us and the desired result was achieved. It was a great advertisement for the sport that having competed very hard against our opponents we were able to mix with them in the bar later to "swap notes" as "best of mates" - not many sports are like that.

All praise must go to my crew for their efforts - co-owner and main trimmer Peter Ward, "Vinney the toe cutter", Neil Cavana on runners, John Whitfield doing halyards, Steward Duff as headsail trimmer, and Bob, "the Janitor" Thomas our navigator and forward hand who was superb in his "rock-hopping" (between changing sails) and instrumental in our move to "go in", at Surfers Paradise. I believe I would be hard pressed to find a more dedicated crew who got on better than us.

The race itself continues to be very challenging and if at all, possible, we will be back again next year, hoping for the same competition and weather conditions!

Results

Major Prizes

Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Prize Trophy(s) Boat Skipper/Boat
1st IOR Overall The John Travener Perpetual Trophy Nuzulu Ed Pslatis
1st IOR Overall H.E. Godden Memorial Prize Nuzulu Ed Pslatis
1st IMS Overall Mayor of Mosman's Cup Dow Air Bruce Foy
1st IMS Overall The Ron Swanson Memorial Trophy Dow Air Bruce Foy
Line Honours Sunshine Coast Trophy Amazon Peter Walker
1st PHRS Overall Likely-Foster Trophy Rock N Roll Kim Williams
1st Non NSW Yacht IOR Book Boats Prize Sancturary Cove-Queensland Maid Robbo Robertson
Teams Racing Caltex State of Origin NSW Red Team Captain: Gary Appleby
Sagacious V Gary Appleby
Never a Dull Moment Colin Wilson
High Anxiety P. Haynes
The Navigators Award The Jean Godden Trophy Nuzulu Ed Psaltis
Final Yacht to Finish The Vic. English Trophy Thylacine John Burton and John Gleeson
Most Efficient Radio Operations The Penta Comstat Golden Voice Trohpy Dow Air Julie Canfield (now Julie Hodder)
Interclub Teams Competition Rum Bucket Prize - equal winners Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club Pemberton III
Seaquesta
High Anxiety
Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Dow Air
Venute I
Amazon

Divisional Winners

Division Class Placing Boat Skipper
Division 1 IOR 1 Sagacious V Gary Appleby
2 Sancturary Cove-Queensland Maid Robbo Robertson
3 Venture 1 Robbo Robertson
IMS 1 Phoenix SC & CA Everett
2 Never a Dull Moment Colin Wilson
3 Seaquesta Peter Nickolson
PHRS 1 Amazon Peter Walker
2 High Anxiety P. Haynes
3 Odds On D Hinchey
Division 2 IOR 1 Anduril David Kennedy
2 Ex-Tension Tony Dunne
3 Kings Cross Sydney Ray Stone
IMS 1 Dow Air Bruce Foy
2 Insofarr Earnie Saint
3 White Pointer Keith LeCompte
PHRS 1 Rock N Roll Kim Williams
2 Group Therapy Peter Wheeler
3 Bright Morning Star Hugh Treharne
Division 3 IOR 1 Nuzulu Ed Pslatis
2 Pemberton III Hudson/ Tuunbridge
3 Public Nuisance Michael Grout

IMS Results

Place Boat Skipper Division
1 Dow Air Bruce Foy 2
2 Insofarr Earnie Saint 2
3 Phoenix SC & CA Everett 1
4 Never a Dull Moment Colin Wilson 1
5 White Pointer Keith LeCompte 2
6 Seaquesta Peter Nickolson 1
7 Brunhilde John Taylor 2
8 Rock Star Ron Layton 1
9 La Monique Barry Brooks 2
10 Dynamite John Cameron 1
11 Flyaway P. O'Hare 2
12 Wild Rose Glenn Nicol 1
13 Mandate G. Keato/G/Robinson 1
14 The Pink Boat Robin Crawford 2
15 Australian Maid John Wardill 1
16 Ruff 'n Tumble Lindsay Rose 2
17 Spirit of Sydney Noel Lewis 1
RET Mistress Mercy David Senogles 2
RET Farr Out Richard Patterson 2
RET Lady Hawk John Millar 2
RET Ozfire Doug Coulter 1
RET Stand Aside Brian Conroy 1
RET Pamela-K Bernard Heimann 2

IOR Results

Place Boat Skipper Division
1 Nuzulu Ed Psaltis 3
2 Pemberton III Hudson/ Tuunbridge 3
3 Public Nuisance Michael Grout 3
4 Leyroy Brown Warren Wieckmann 3
5 Sagacious V Gary Appleby 1
6 Impeccable John Walker 3
7 Anduril David Kennedy 2
8 Ex-Tension Tony Dunne 2
9 Sancturary Cove-Queensland Maid Robbo Robertson 1
10 Venture 1 Robbo Robertson 1
11 Kings Cross Sydney Ray Stone 2
12 Star Ferry J & W Conroy 2
13 Thylacine J. W. Burton 3
14 Short Circuit David Green 1
15 Inch X Winch Joe Goddard Snr 1
16 Fujitsu Dealers John Eyles 2
17 On the Beat NSW Police Association 1
18 Brindabella George Snow 1
RET Blue Max II King/Williams 1
RET Scampi A Robert Shacklady 3
RET Fiction G. Blaxell 3
RET Freight Train Damien Parkes 1

PHRS Results

Place Boat Skipper Division
1 Rock N Roll Kim Williams 2
2 Amazon Peter Walker 1
3 Group Therapy Peter Wheeler 2
4 Bright Morning Star Hugh Treharne 2
5 High Anxiety P. Haynes 1
6 Odds On D Hinchey 1
7 Patrice III Phil King/Jerry Alla 2
8 Backlash Peter Bailey 1
9 Rager Mike Clements 1
RET Bolle Wild Thing Grant Wharington 1
RET Let's Go Alyn Overden 1
RET Force Eleven J. H. Galloway 1
RET Atair John Bennett 2

Official Result sheets

Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991
Sydney to Mooloolaba results 1991

Photos

Battle of the Media Race at MHYC

Battle of the Media Race - David Rowlands of ABC 3rd from Left
Battle of the Media Race - David Rowlands of ABC 3rd from Left
Battle of the Media Race - Queensland Maid - Robbo Robertson - 400
Battle of the Media Race - Queensland Maid - Robbo Robertson - 400
Battle of the Media Race - Wild Thing Grant Wharington
Battle of the Media Race - Wild Thing Grant Wharington
Battle of the Media Race - Wild Thing Grant Wharington
Battle of the Media Race - Wild Thing Grant Wharington
Battle of the Media Race - Ex-Tension, Tony Dunne
Battle of the Media Race - Ex-Tension, Tony Dunne, 4214
Battle of the Media Race-The Pink Boat, Robin Crawford
Battle of the Media Race-The Pink Boat, Robin Crawford, 4557
Battle of the Media Race-Wild Rose, Glenn Nicol
Battle of the Media Race-Wild Rose, Glenn Nicol
Battle of the Media Race-Wild Rose, Glenn Nicol
Battle of the Media Race-Wild Rose, Glenn Nicol, RQ4343
Battle of the Media Race-Phoenix, SC & CA Everett, RQ144
Battle of the Media Race-Phoenix, SC & CA Everett, RQ144
Battle of the Media Race-Phoenix, SC & CA Everett, RQ144
Battle of the Media Race-Phoenix, SC & CA Everett, RQ144
Battle of the Media Race-Mistress Mercy (3767), David Senogles
Battle of the Media Race-Mistress Mercy (3767), David Senogles
Battle of the Media Race-Mistress Mercy (3767), David Senogles
Battle of the Media Race-Mistress Mercy (3767), David Senogles
Battle of the Media Race-Cold Comfort (MH3), Tony Hill
Battle of the Media Race-Cold Comfort (MH3), Tony Hill
Battle of the Media Race-Cold Comfort (MH3), Tony Hill
Battle of the Media Race-Cold Comfort (MH3), Tony Hill
Battle of the Media Race-Cold Comfort (MH3), Tony Hill
Battle of the Media Race-Cold Comfort (MH3), Tony Hill
Battle of the Media Race-Ozfire (M16), Doug Coulter
Battle of the Media Race-Ozfire (M16), Doug Coulter
Battle of the Media Race-Dow Air, Bruce Foy, Lance Peckman, Julie Hodder steering
Battle of the Media Race-Dow Air, Bruce Foy, Lance Peckman, Julie Hodder steering
Battle of the Media Race-Dow Air, Bruce Foy, Lance Peckman, Julie Hodder steering
Battle of the Media Race-Dow Air, Bruce Foy, Lance Peckman, Julie Hodder steering

MHYC Briefing

Middle Harbour Yacht Club Mooloolaba 1991Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney, (Tig) Gilbert Thomas
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney, (Tig) Gilbert Thomas
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney, (Tig) Gilbert Thomas
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney, (Tig) Gilbert Thomas
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney, (Tig) Gilbert Thomas
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Prize Giving
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Prize Giving
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Sandy Eastman receiving prize
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Sandy Eastman receiving prize
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney presenting winners prize to Julie Hodder
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney presenting winners prize to Julie Hodder
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney presenting winners prize to Julie Hodder
Mooloolaba 1991 Briefing - Keith Tierney presenting winners prize to Julie Hodder
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team

The Start

Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team Ian Alfonso
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team Ian Alfonso
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team Ian Alfonso
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team Ian Alfonso
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team Ian Alfonso
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team Ian Alfonso
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team - Tig Thomas
Mooloolaba 1991 Race Management Team - (Tig) Gilbert Thomas
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Australian Maid, Jon Wardill
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Australian Maid, Jon Wardill
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Wild Thing Grant Wharington M101
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Wild Thing Grant Wharington M101
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Force Eleven (3152), J. H. Galloway
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Force Eleven (3152), J. H. Galloway
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Queensland Maid - Robbo Robertson - 400
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Queensland Maid - Robbo Robertson - 400
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Wild Thing Grant Wharington M101
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Wild Thing Grant Wharington M101
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Rager (5600), Mike Clements
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start - Rager (5600), Mike Clements
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Start

Racing Photos

Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air with Tom and Bruce Foy
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air with Tom and Bruce Foy
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Julie Hodder, Navigator on Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Julie Hodder, Navigator on Dow Air
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Mooloolaba Finish
Sydney to Mooloolaba 1991 Race Mooloolaba Finish

Presentation

Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Crew of Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Crew of Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Crew of Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Crew of Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Crew of Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Crew of Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Bruce Foy Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Bruce Foy Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Rum Bucket Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation, Squeeks, Ansett
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation, Squeeks, Ansett
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Julie Hodder, Golden Voice Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation - Julie Hodder, Golden Voice Award
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation, Bruce Foy, Dow Air
Mooloolaba 1991 Presentation, Bruce Foy, Dow Air
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