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Bryce93

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  1. I have two 2007 Hobie 16s for sale that are located in Taree, NSW hailing from Great Lakes Sailing Club. They are on the one, double box trailer designed specially to carry both Hobie 16s. One of the best boat trailers you will see around, easy and awesome set up. Both boats were purchased from sailing scene in late 2010 and are still in top racing condition, I am the second owner of these boats. 109848 Zhik Boat was used to compete in 2011 Nationals and Youth Championships, has done very little sailing since. Blue, grey, white mainsail. Two Blue Jibs Blue mesh tramp, full harken fitout
  2. I have two 2007 Hobie 16s for sale that are located in Taree, NSW hailing from Great Lakes Sailing Club. They are on the one, double box trailer designed specially to carry both Hobie 16s. One of the best boat trailers you will see around, easy and awesome set up. Both boats were purchased from sailing scene in late 2010 and are still in top racing condition, I am the second owner of these boats. 109848 Zhik Boat was used to compete in 2011 Nationals and Youth Championships, has done very little sailing since. Blue, grey, white mainsail. Two Blue Jibs Blue mesh tramp, full harken fitout
  3. Boat is sold. Thankyou everyone for your interest. See you on the racetrack. The Big Bloke.
  4. Have had a ball, but it's time to move on and let someone else have a crack. Original set of Goodall sails. Original Main. Original Jib. +Goodall Spinnaker Kit. All blades are in good condition. All ropes have been replaced at the start of last season. Front beam only a season old. 3 Season old mast, very stiff and has all the F18 go fast bits on it. On No Tie Trailer, Sailbox and beach wheels. Some battle scars on the hulls, but nothing major. Still the fastest Cat On The Lake. $5000, reluctant sale but moving back to Hobie 16. Tim Haffner. haffner@ozemail.com.au 0412206733
  5. Hey there, I'm a member of Taree Aquatic Club and have been racing in the Marathon for sometime. The event has been on a for long time now and used to be a marathon but now is more of a sprint. If you can put up with wind shifts as you make your way downstream winding down the river you should be alright. It's still a fun day of racing and once the afternoon sea breeze fills in you'll be quite satisfied. I didn't attend it this year as i was down in SA doing 29er nationals and Aussie youth champs but the boys from great lakes sailing club are regular competitors. Make the trip and see for
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