YOUR ALL INVITED TO THE ..1ST BRIBIE ISLAND CLASSIC SAILING BOAT RACE..
for sail boats [built to tradional designs]
comprising of two Races
race from Sylvan Beach Bribie Island to Mission Point or Poverty Creek
Lunch [ esky transport available}
Race from Mission Point of Poverty Creek back to Sylvan Beach
[Destination is Weather dependent]
cost of Registration $20.00 for both races
Briefing and BBQ breakfast at VMR Bribie Bellara beach at 7.00am.
Start time 9.00am.
No sheep station prizes, just having a GREAT day on the water.
Please notify us of your attendance, prior to the date so that we can provide adequate resources.
spectator craft are most welcome. If you can assist with the conduct of the event please notify us.
contact Daryl Phillips or Paul Bird 34087888 or 0419110953
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