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Trailables in the heart of the city!

01 Apr 2010

Docklands is hosting this year’s Trailable Yacht Festival in November.  

Docklands Yacht Club is organising the 6th Trailable Yacht Festival from Friday to Sunday, November 5-7 – the weekend after the Melbourne Cup.  

On the Friday morning, boats will be launched at “The Warmies” in Newport or at St Kilda Marina to make a relaxed passage up the river to the Waterfront City Marina.  

In the afternoon, participants will spend their time relaxing at the dock, taking a stroll into the city, a tour of Etihad Stadium or the Fox Motor Museum, Melbourne Aquarium or National Gallery of Victoria, shopping at Harbour Town or going ice skating.  Friday evening will see a happy hour on the dock followed by dinner at NewQuay.

Saturday gets underway with a breakfast at Waterfront City with guest speakers followed by boat judging at the marina.  In the afternoon there is a walking tour of Docklands finishing off with a visit to the Wooden Boat Centre and the Alma Doepel restoration project.  Saturday night is the Festival Dinner at NewQuay.

Full details and registration information will soon be available from the Docklands Yacht Club website.  For more information, email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or ring Commodore Sonya Staley on 0400 932 477.

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