This page is to be updated with both Satie (S80) and Rocket Science (Endevor) information on how to hire and further information.
Policies of use are being developed and will be published here when ready.
Once refitted, this yacht will be available for all members to use, provided they have finished a required induction program and at least one person has a Boat License. The new sail number will be H80.
Read the first report for the General Committee here
|Check electronics, replace as necessary||John O'Grady||In progress|
|Remove all gear/stocktake||Ian Robertson/David Judge||Yes|
|Mast Removal||John/Erikkson/Ian Robertson||Yes|
|High Pressure Deck Clean||David Judge||Yes|
|Polish topsides||Mark Shehan||Yes|
|Lubricate Sail Hanks||Maureen Dickins/Callum||Yes|
|Clean interior||John Tremewen/Ian Robertson||Yes|
|Paint interior||John Tremewen/Ian Robertson||In progress|
|Service Engine||Rodney Muller|
|Replace Standing Rigging||Paul Bartley Marine||Yes|
|Check all deck fittings||Gary Cook||
|Deck scrub with Ajax||Dylan Graham and team||Yes|
|Service winches||Rod Langham||Yes|
|Vanish Tiller||Eddie Mac||In progress|
|Halyard replacement||Rodney Langham/Mathew Butterworth|
|Remove SM stickers|
The official "Shakedown Crew" on the way to the start line.
Satie leads the S80 fleet - this is a fast boat!
Interior During Refit
A ship in port is safe, but this is not what ships are built for. Sail out to sea and do new things!
The course will start at 7.30pm at the HBYC clubhouse and go to approximately 9pm. Note that the bar is open on Thursday evenings in case you want to arrive earlier.
The structure of the course is flexible with the aim to give a broad understanding of sailing concepts. Content will include
I intend on it being a relaxed format with plenty of opportunities for questions and maybe a quiz or two! If you know of others who might be interested, let me know as we have availability.
If you wish to contact me, best way is email to email@example.com or 0417 526 438.