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Trailable Yacht Festival for Docklands

28 Sep 2010

This year’s Trailable Yacht Festival is being hosted by Docklands Yacht Club and will be held in Victoria Harbour on November 6 and 7.

On the Saturday afternoon there will be a walking tour of the Docklands from 3.30 to 6.00pm. This will include visiting the Alma Doepel and Wooden Boat Centre. It will culminate at the Docklands Yacht Club where there will be a barbecue from 6.30pm.

At 9am on the Sunday morning the club has booked Berth restaurant for breakfast and at 10am participants will gather at the Harbour Room at Waterfront City where Mike Smith will be the guest speaker.

Mike has taken over the editorship of the popular Creeks and Harbours Cruising Guides originally authored by Richard Hawkins. Mike will talk about the two recently-released editions and how he would like to see the books develop in the future.

Following the breakfast meeting participants can enjoy seeing a bit more of Docklands or support the “Go Sailing Day”.

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