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Try sailing on Victoria Harbour

29 Nov 2011

The Rotary Club of Docklands and Docklands Yacht Club are inviting residents and visitors to get on the water with a “Try Sailing Day” on December 11.

The events will be held from Shed 2, North Wharf Rd – near the old harbour master’s tower (Bolte Bridge end of Victoria Harbour) – from 11am and costs $10 per person registration fee ($20 per family), which includes supply of life jackets and boats.

Docklands Rotary’s Mark Nutter said sailing offered enjoyment, thrills and relaxation.

“And it’s a great way to meet other Docklands residents and families,” Mr Nutter said.

He said Docklands Rotary supported the local yacht club’s work – particularly its work in community development and support for disabled and disadvantaged children.

The Docklands Yacht Club says sailing is not an expensive sport and the small yachts being provided can be sailed with minimal or no experience. No special clothing is required but flat shoes are advisable.

Safety boats will be operating and a sausage sizzle and drinks will also be available.

For more information, call Ray 0429 868 304 or Mark 0418 322 299.

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