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Hey Rev,

Port Hunter can be a bit tricky at times, with a 20 knot north easterly, run out tide, commerical shipping, tugs, ferries, 700 metre wide channel, rocks and wharfs it keeps you alert. It is a bit different to sailing on a dam. I'm looking forward to the States next month, i've heard we might have a couple of visitors from Queensland joining us.

Thanks again Rev for organising this 5.8 Super Series and getting a decent fleet of 5.8's sailing again. Hopefully next year the numbers of 5.8's will increase for the super series.

Regards Graceland 1591.



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More photos of Sundays race of the Super Series has been uploaded to the Port Hunter website. Here is the link to the photos.

http://porthunter.skiffclub.net/index.php?Page=Images/g allery.php&album=2005_2006_Nacra_Regatta&sort=nameDSC&perPage=60

Photos taken by Vince Reed.





[This message has been edited by GRACELAND1216 (edited 27 February 2006).]

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yeh good fun steve, the commodore from our club at lithgow was down that weekend in newcastle for a wedding and called into the pub for a beer. he watched the racing for about an hour over a couple of beers and said it was fantastic. good spot to show off our sport to the public with 10 nacra's all going hard just meter's away from the bank. with about a 1000 people watching on through out the day.

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