AGM Junket, 8-9 April 2017, McLeod Bay, Whangarei, New Zealand,

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  • 16 Mar 2017 21:58
    Reply # 4672108 on 4638649
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hello 

    I am thrilled to bits to confirm that Dieter Isenhardt will be flying from Brisbane for the AGM and then cycle up to Whangarei and back (within a week)!  Nothing surprising for this super fit young salt since he cycles daily 70K to and from his boat! He is very much looking forward to spending a week with other junkies enthusiast and sailing. 

    Let's give him well deserved cheery support and hope that the weather holds for him and all others making it by boat, road or plane for the AGM. 

    With some luck we might even get Gary Pick to come.... 

    Ahoy 


    Linda



  • 19 Mar 2017 07:41
    Reply # 4676026 on 4638649

    Little Gypsy Girl is planning on being there. As we will be trailering her from Ruawai weather should not be an issue. We plan on launching at Parua Bay and I will sail down to McClouds on Friday. I will be staying aboard but Rosemary will be staying with friends at Taurikura as she is not that mobile after her knee operation. We will be staying over until Monday when we will return to Ruawai. I do not have a dinghy small enough to fit on Little Gypsy Girl so will need a lift ashore when I am in McClouds.

  • 20 Mar 2017 06:36
    Reply # 4677314 on 4638649

    Hi David,

    Really pleased you and Rosemary can make it and we look forward to seeing Little Gypsy Girl with her new aero junk rig.

    You can borrow Blondie's dinghy for the weekend. We will co-ordinate closer to the time, as we will need to get on Blondie for sailing during the daytime.

    Rob


  • 20 Mar 2017 20:45
    Reply # 4678691 on 4638649
    Marcus is planning to bring his punt down - so he assures me - also (sort of) re-rigged.  That would provide luxurious transport for Rosemary, back and forth from the beach.
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