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The 34 meter tower was built in and was a welcome sight to mariners navigating the dangerous coastline. The degree views from the balcony are spectacular and a great opportunity for photographers. Approx Distance from Melbourne km Approx travel time 1 hour 45 minutes.

Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine peak periods travelling times will increase on the Great Ocean Road. No Sleeping In Vehicles. Local laws prohibit sleeping in vehicles in a public place. Please ensure you arrange suitable accommodation proir to your trip. Information 13 or www. Wildlife encounters are common along the Great Ocean Road so be very aware, especially at dusk when activity is more prolific. Also be aware of vehicles following make sure you stop or divert safely.

Anglesea main beach is suitable for swimmers, but like all beaches be aware of changing conditions and tide movements and always swim between the flags. BBQ's and toilets close by Point Roadknight is popular with the kids, and a variet of water activities. Both beaches are patrolled during summer. From Anglesea, the trail can be taken from the beach side of the Anglesea Beachfront Caravan Park north along the cliffs or from the main beach access past the surf club to Point Roadknight.

At low tide you can return to Abglesea along the beaches. Be aware of tide changes and conditions. Before setting out call into the Torquay or Anglesea Information Centres for up to date information on all local walks.

Popular spots around Anglesea include: Noble Street Anglesea VIC Famous for the kangaroo's that happily graze the fairways as golfers go about their game.

Green fee players welcome bookings required. This stunning one bedroom penthouse not only boasts magnificent ocean and bay views, but stunning hinterland views to complete the picture. Skyline Penthouse overlooks 15 Reel Pokies Gambling Games Great Ocean Road, just 5 minutes walk from the patrolled beach and surf club. By the Bush, Pokies Win Nz Businesses or River.

There are BBQ's, picnic facilities and toilets marked on the town map- see maps in menu. Run by friendly Volunteers who provide local information and travelling advice. Open daily from 10am to 4pm during peak periods.

Clean toilets, plenty of parking and the kids can fish from the boardwalk behind centre. Shelley Beach - Elliott River Walk. Follow the track down to Shelley Beach returning via the same track. At low tide an alternative loop walk is accessed via rock platforms and a track on the east side of Elliott river.

Be aware of tidal movements. Return to Apollo Bay in time for lunch. Cessna min 2 persons. Apollo Bay Surf School. Apollo Bay Surf School conduct 1hour 30 minute lessons for all ages and all skill levels. All equipment is provided. School and groups welcome. Koalas can be seen in their natural habitat on the Cape Otway Lightstation Road.

The road is narrow and traffic can be heavy so be aware as visitors tend to get excited and stop suddenly when they see a koala. The area with the most koalas is approximately 2 kilometres from the Lightstation. Remember do not pat or try and pick up a koala as they are not pets. Koala's are marsupials, that is the young are born and nutured in a pouch - They are not related to Bears.

Easy stroll along boardwalks under a canopy of trees to viewing platform. Beautiful ferns and tall rainforest trees. Walk approximately 1 kilometre allow minutes. Otway Fly Treetop Adventures.

Stunning tree top walk on springboard cantilever or climb spiral stairs to the top of the 47 metre tower. The generations of holiday makers who have enjoyed the broad sweep of Apollo Bays' magnificent beach and protected bay would agree that Apollo Bay is "Paradise By The Sea" A haven for all types of water activities, main beach is patrolled during summer.

Local home grown produce and handmade wares. Caution Walking tracks to the various waterfall in the Otways can become muddy and slippery after rain. Appropriate footwear is recommended and stick to the designated tracks. Also be aware that mobile phones are frequently out of range in the Otways. Follow the track along the river you will come to stepping stones not always passable after heavy rains. See magnificent tree ferns, lichens and mosses on this stunning walk which takes you across several creek crossings.

Waterproof footwear is recommended. Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine Falls One of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Otways which has in recent times undergone an extensive upgrade. View the lower cascades as you follow the raised boardwalk through to the main falls. This gravel road will lead you to the falls a great place for a family picnic, facilities include toilets and tables. Just past Beech Forest turn right into Aire Valley Road gravel road a short drive turn left to Beauchamp Falls Picnic facilities include tables and toilets.

The walk to the falls is quite strenuous for some, moderate for others. It is recommended that you are of a certain fitness level. Hopetoun Falls Return to Aire Valley Road turn left travel approx 6kms and you will arrive at the falls carpark.

Easy walk down the steps with hand rail, approx 10 minutes, but be aware its a hard, steep, walk back to carpark. Boardwalk with viewing platform at the spectacular falls makes the effort worthwhile.

Well worth continuing for a short distance down Aire Valley Road to the forest of Californian Redwoods planted in To experience this forest, stop at the river crossing. Schools and group bookings available. Stocking the major surf clothing brands. Huge range of hire gear available. Directly Opposite Information Centre. The road is very narrow and winding but a fine example of the magic of the Great Otways National Park.

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Apollo Bay Farmers Market. Beautiful, fresh, local produce. Melba Gully State Park. Known as the Jewel of the Otways, this is one of the wettest places in the state. The gully has prolific plant growth and is a dense rainforest of Myrtle Beech, Blackwood and Tree-ferns, with an understorey of low ferns and mosses. Perhaps the most unusual inhabitants of the area are the glow worms, which can be seen at night along the walking tracks.

The 35 minute Madsen's Track Nature Walk departs from the picnic area, providing an adventure into a world of ancient, mossy trees and cool fern gullies. Picnic tables, a gas barbecue and toilets are provided at this site. Camping is not permitted. Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Boat Dive Charter Prices: We have a Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine range available.

Magnificent fern gullies, waterfalls, huge trees, some hundreds of years old. Walking tracks in the Great Otway National Park and the Otways can become muddy and slippery after rain. Appropriate footwear is recommended. And always stick to the nominated tracks do not venture off on your own.

There is a 1 hour return walk to Shelley Beach. The longer walk to Elliott River takes about 2 hours. Be aware of tide movements avoid at high tide. Blanket Bay If planning a visit to Blanket Bay off season check road conditions From Blanket Bay camp ground there is a diverse walk through coastal forest descending to Parker Inlet.

Two lookouts along the way provide panoramic ocean and estuary views. During the Summer and Easter holiday periods Blanket Bay campsites are allocated by ballot. Outside of this period the campground is available on a first-in first-served basis. From car park there are marked walking tracks including a short walk to the fascinating cemetery the final resting place of early pioneers and ship wreck victims approx 30 minutes return.

There is also a longer walk to Rainbow Falls approx hours return. The Lightstation entrance fee is the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Australian mainland and was built by convicts in Guided tours allow you to experience Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine of the Southern Ocean from 90 metres above ground take your camera or video the tour also includes the Telegraph Station and other historic buildings.

Short walks, day hikes and overnight treks, guided walks, hire equipment, accommodation. Outstanding coast and forest scenery. Maits Rest Approx 17kms 25 minutes from Apollo Bay on the way to Lavers Hill this walk is about 40 minutes return and is a great walk for any age.

The boardwalk takes you into the heart of the rainforest under a canopy of trees. The viewing platform is located beneath the old Myrtle Beech tree which is approximately years old. Melba Gully 3kms west of Lavers Hill 30 minute return walk relatively easy walk amongst huge blackwood, myrtle beech and tree ferns.

Glow worms are seen at night. Toilets, picnic tables and Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine gas BBQ. Safety Tips Carry all weather clothing as sudden weather changes are common. Mobile phones are frequently out of range. Ocean and River Fishing. An all weather boat ramp is located at the harbour western end of town.

Fishing from the pier and breakwater produces good results. Surf fishing at Wild Dog Creek and Marengo are renowned for catches of salmon, trevally great fighters and the occasionally whiting. Rock fishing is popular along the Great Ocean Road be aware of your surroundings and the tide movements.

Remember you need a Fishing Licence for both ocean and river fishing. Apollo Bay Bowling Club. Travelling On From Apollo Bay. Single or muti-engined aircraft. Queenscliff and the Bellarine Holiday Hire. Bermagui Diving and Snorkelling.

Shore divers are also rewarded with sightings of spectacular gorgonian life. Bermagui Surfing and Swimming. The Blue Pool is a large saltwater pool which offers a different swimming experience and is a natural attraction not to be missed. Ocean Wilderness Sea Kayaking. Our guides are the resident experts on the water and all have Australian Canoeing Certification. Montreal Goldfield was the site of a gold rush in the truest sense of the word between and In October on a visit to the Montreal Goldfield, Government Surveyor Lamont Yound and four companions vanished at sea in what was to become one of the nations most baffling mysteries.

Admission is by guided tour only. We have fuel, ice, bait, smallgoods, and the most up to date advice as to where the fish are biting and how to catch them. It has a wonderful restaurant, open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Bermagui Country Club boasts a 18 hole championship golf course, bowling greens, tennis and croquet courts.

The Club warmly welcomes all visitors. Miracles By The Sea. Bermagui Visitor Information Centre. Call in and see Christine and her friendly group of volunteers. Brochures, maps, accommodation info, tours etc etc. Cann River Information Centre. High Tide Eagles Nest: High Tide Shack Bay: High or Low Tide Twin Reefs: Low Tide The Oaks: Contact Captain Dale for further information.

Approx 45 minutes fron Cann River. Start at the Thurra River Camp Ground approx 4kms 2 hours return. Souring sand dunes Novomatic Pokies In Wet Tops tower 30metres above the Thurra River can be reached by a track winding to their summit through coastal banksias and heathland. Make sure you can retrace your steps back to camp.

The lighthouse complex built in has an imposing concrete tower and two timber and stone residences. A feature of the tower is its cast iron spiral staircase. Spectacular degree coastal views from the top. Walk to the Wingan Rapids or stroll through the ferny pockets of rainforest. Bird watching is very popular in this area. The course is a gently undulating and it is open all year round. Pro Shop is open from 9. The bar opens at 4. Visiting golfers are 5 Reel Pokies Gambling In The Bible and there is no need to book.

As well as charter vessels which take passengers to watch the whales at sea there are some great places to do shore based whale watching. In it was purchased by the Whiter Brothers who renovated it and added a second story. In Bruce Lyon purchased the Seahorse Inn and in he closed the Inn and spent a considerable amount of time renovating and refurbishing the old hotel. He added the Brasserie and Conference rooms and transformed it into the beautiful hotel it is today.

Eden Killer Whale Museum. Imlay Street Eden NSW Established inis one of the oldest museums in NSW, and records for Pokies Big Winners On Fanduel Fantasy this incredible battle between intrepid men in rowboats, armed only with hand harpoons and the leviathans of the sea.

The whalemen were, however, assisted by a pod of killer whales and the museum contains the unique story and the skeleton of the most famous of the killer whales "Old Tom". The skeleton is the only one on public display in the southern hemisphere. Today is used for conferences, educational and group activities. Further Information from Eden Visitors Centre ph: Magic Mountain Family Fun Park. School Group Concessions Available. Whale Watching Cruises Sept to Nov.

Twofold Bay cruises available all year. All cruises subject to weather and passenger numbers. Boyd's Tower is approx 34kms on the Victorian side of Eden. Entrepeneur Benjamin Boyd built this elaborate sandstone tower in Designed to serve as a lighthouse it was ever only used as a lookout tower for whale spotting.

Further Information Eden Visitors Centre ph: Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery. At the new marine laboratory you can examine species under microscopes. See spectaucular footage of marine life in the theatre. Open during school holidays or by appointment-Group bookings and coaches welcome. See relics of the try-works and read about the life of 19th century whalers at Davidson's Whaling Station site on the shores of Kiah Inlet at Twofold Bay.

Whale Watching Cruises Sept thru November. The Picture Show Man. Both cinemas are equipped with Dolby Digital Surround Sound. Digital Projection Technology for our on-screen advertising and selected feature films. Tickets may be purchased for any programmed session in advance.

Telephone bookings not accepted. ATM facilities at Cinema. Candy Bar with all the movie going goodies available. Parking accessible from Merimbula Drive. Reef and game fishing on board 'Connemara', a 38ft Randell equipped with all modern conveniences.

Licensed 12 passengers and 2 crew. All bait and tackle supplied. No fishing licence required. Trips depart from Eden Wharf daily in main holiday periods. Check off season times phone 02 Eden is renowned for its fantastic fishing with deep water inlets and bays, crystal clear rivers, golden stretches of shoreline, strategic rock locations and reef and off-shore fishing fields.

The following locations are just a few places recommended to try your luck with rod and reel: Eden Wharf Many a rewarding hour can be spent by the family fisher folk at Snug Cove wharves. To the delight of all ages, yellowtail, mackerel and trevally will always keep mum and dad occupied baiting hooks and casting lines. Pulpit Rocks at Green Cape A great spot for land based, dedicated fishermen. Pack a picnic lunch and spend the day. Reached by a 40km scenic road unsealed but well cared forthis location is well inside the boundariesof Ben Boyd National Park.

Kiah River Mouth Anglers using live nippers may catch luderick or whiting at this popular beach fishing spot. Aslings Beach On the outskirts of the township, Aslings Beach is ideal during late evening for salmon. Wonboyn Lake Situated 30km south of Eden, Wonboyn Lake is a versatile lake system and is a mecca for dusky flathead. Moon phases and conditions vary the movement of fish so it's best to seek local advice from bait and tackle shops.

Baycliff, the ocean entrance to Wonboyn Lake, is a top spot for salmon and taylor. Quarantine Bay Quarantine Bay is well known for its superb multi-ramp boat launching facilities, but for the holidaymaker without a vessel, this picturesque location is well worth a visit.

Situated 3km south of Eden, Melb side just off the Princes Highway, Quarantine Bay provides picnic and swimming facilities and the most spectacular outlook.

Picnic tables have been placed beneath shady eucalypts adjacent to the fishing club. Yachts and pleasure craft are moored in the deep waters of the bay, creating an idyllic atmosphere. Main Street Merimbula NSW Club Sapphire Merimbula is the home of Merimbula-Imlay Bowling Club which has four first class greens for regular and social tournament bowls with a winter carnival each year in June and a number of other tournaments held throughout the year.

Games are usually held in the Auditorium. Names in by 6. Eden Gardens Country Club. Green fee players welcome. Fully Stocked Pro Shop. With 27 holes, you are always able to play a social round even though a competition may be running at the same time. Cart and club hire are available from the Pro Shop.

Social Golf is available 7 days per week. Huge range of displays, literature, maps. Assistance with accommodation, attractions, tours and general information about Eden and surrounds.

Book whale watching, bay cruises and deep sea Pokies Winzip Rar Free trips. A Brief History of Eden. A particularly beautiful area of the NSW Far South Coast originally settled by whalers and now a fishing port and a popular, but relatively undeveloped, holiday resort town. Eden, located km south of Sydney, is the last town of any significance before crossing the border into north eastern Victoria.

With a population of just over 3, it is situated 50m above sea level upon undulating land on a point that juts out into Twofold Bay. This idyllic coastal town is bounded to the north and south by National Park and by woodland to the West.

Aboriginal Evangelical Church Sunday Father Peter Gannon Phone: South Gippsland Highway Stony Creek VIC Local Horse Racing is always a great day out, especially during summer as holiday makers bring a vibrant, fun, carnival atmosphere to the days racing and activities.

Stony Creek is approximately minutes from Foster see map. Excellent Facilities and Racing. Club house with restaurant and bar facilities. Visitors and green fee players welcome. Jewellery and gemstones etc etc. Call in for a browse. Check off season opening hours. National Vietnam Veterans Museum. Experience Australia's best hologram type exhibit.

See fully equipped Cobra Helicopter and over 20, memorabilla items. Light Meals Great Coffee. Groups or Function Charters. Island Surfboards - Learn to Surf. Lessons from first time beginner to experienced surfers are catered for, with group, private, school and corporate rates available. Island Surfboard's Surf School is home to the ultimate learning environment.

Surfing is our passion so book in and enjoy the ride! Great fun for catching fish or just exploring Anderson Inlet - no boat licence required. Payment for hire and security bond is by cash only.

Skippered Charters available for 12 passengers in Anderson Inlet. Stadium 4 Cinema Leongatha. Just past the Inlet Hotel is the replica of the ketch - "Ripple" who operated in local waters in the late 's and played a big part in the establishing Inverloch as a sea port.

Built in near Gosford the ketch was 57 feet long and 16 feet wide weighing 29 tons. Just past Eagles nest Shack Bay has a boardwalk down to the sand beach.

Great spot for that family picnic whilst the kids play in the shallows. Watch out for the surfers. South Gippsland Yacht Club. Discover surfing in an unique and immersive way. Shop the latest fashions next door at Rip Curl Phillip Island. Kit up with the best Surfboards, Wetsuits, Accessories - buy or hire.

Take a happy snap in the Big Wave or Combi Pokie Review Uber App in the car park. Be immersed in a wraparound surfing movie. Inverloch is situated on Anderson Inlet which opens out to the waters of Bass Strait, water activities never cease, surfers, wind and kite surfers, water skiiers, scuba divers, fishermen, yachts from the South Gippsland Yacht Club whose multi coloured sails can be seen from many vantage points around the inlet.

Bunurong - The Caves. Smugglers Caves as they are known locally. Water washed sandy floored caverns accessible at low tide, flooded at high tide make sure you are aware of tide movements. Opportunities for all types of recreation including diving and beach activities. The sancturary and conservation zones extend 1km out to sea to preserve marine life. Fishing is not permitted between The Oaks and Eagles Nest.

Bunurong - Eagles Nest. The most recognised and photographed landmark in the area. This rock formation closely resembles the top half of the map of Australia. Viewing area and car park. The walk takes you through mangrove mud flats and stands of banksia and melaleuca.

Townsend Bluff Town walk to nearby hill with wide inlet views. Scene of many searches for alleged pirate treasure. Point Smythe Nature Conservation Reserve on the other side of the inlet reached by boat or drive around through Venus Bay's No 5 beach 5kms from Venus Bay well worth the effort. For the beach enthusiast there are kilometres of accessible beach from the boat ramp through to Cape Paterson. Popular swimming beaches are to be found near the jetty on the Esplanade and around the Kiosk.

Easily accessible and patrolled during main holiday periods. Inverloch Surf Life Saving. Funding for Club activities comes from membership fees, donations, sponsorships and Government grants. Inverloch is situated on the Victorian Coastline approximately km South East of Melbourne and is a popular beach holiday destination.

State Coal Mine Wonthaggi. Journey back in time and discover what life was like working in a coal mine in the s. Bunurong - Flat Rocks. At the foot of the Bunurong Marine Reserve. Flat Rocks is a rock hoppers delight at low tide. You can spend hours investigating the many Pokie Machines Vs Machines For Sale pools which capture marine life of all kinds until the tide comes in.

Good surf fishing especially at night 2 hrs either side of tides. This entertaining and close up natural experience is well worth the time - the kids will love it! Afterwards try the Fish n Chips from the Co-op cafe. At the foot of the Bunurong Off Shore landmark for the keen fishermen Good spot for whiting.

Stony Creek Horse Racing. Stony Creek is approximately minutes from Inverloch see regional map under maps. Aussie Golf Ranch 9 Hole. Championship Par 3 Golf Course. Located in the Bunurong Environment Centre on the Esplanade. Features local molluscs and specimens from all over Australia. Outdoor and Indoor Fishing Areas. Set on 15 acres with picnic grounds. A Maze 'N Things.

Holiday Fun - Island Summer Carnival. All the big rides are here including the: We also have a brilliant selection of Fairground and Activity Games and we always invite 3rd party attractions such as: Broadbeach Inverloch Health Club. Stroll along the beach from town centre to Flat Rocks or you can exist beach at any time. Anderson Inlet, the most southerly mangrove habitat in Australia provides an excellent environment for trevally, flathead, pinkie snapper, mullet, salmon, tailor, whiting, estuary perch, bream, mulloway, gummy shark and elephant fish.

At the mouth of Screw Creek, along Mahers Landing and Doyles Road, there are natural bait grounds of Bass Yabbies and tube worm that can be pumped for recreational fishing.

The Tarwin River produces mullet, trevally and tommy rough on the moving tide. Venus Bay Surf Beach is one of the last remaining pipi colonies in Victoria. Observing the hole and gutter formations on this 25km stretch of beach is crucial to getting the best results from beach fishing. The winter months produce sensational sport fishing for Australian salmon and with schools of fish up to 3kg. Gummy shark, 7 gill sharks and other varities of bottom feeders come into feed on sand crabs at night.

There are four boat launching facilities for Anderson Inlet. Inverloch Boat Ramp larger boats are advised to enter from the Esplanade charges apply. Mahers Landing provides good access but does require a person to hold the boat whilst parking the car and boat trailer. Fishermans Jetty Venus Bay boats to 14 foot can comfortably access the inlet 2 hours either side of the tide. Tarwin River boat ramp is best 4 hours either side of the high tide, but access to the inlet can be limited to 2 hours either side of the high tide.

Phillip Island VIC Information about fishing, what fish you may catch and the best baits to purchase for: Remember, whether you are freshwater, estuary or saltwater fishing you need a licence. Every angler can contribute to the welfare of the environment on which the sport depends.

Discarded fishing line and empty food and drink containers should be disposed of thoughfully as not to cause littering and to avoid possible injury to people or animals.

Anglers visiting the area for the first time will need to pay attention to the tides. Mahers Landing boat ramp is approximately 1 hour later. Tarwin River boat ramp 3 hours later. Night fishing for gummy shark requires extensive preparation.

During daylight hours, select the hole or gutter you choose to fish and leave markers in the sand dunes so as to identify it at night.

Berly will help to attract schools of bait fish andcreate crab activity which in turn will induce bottom feeders. Best Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine are bonito fillets cut Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine long strips, octopus legs, whole pilchards, US squid and fresh fish fillets. Exceptional Phillip Island Tours. Experience Wildlife, Food and Wine and everything else this wonderful part of Victoria offers.

Our Boutique tours depart from both Melbourne and Phillip Island and if you are holidaying in or around Phillip Island we will pick up and drop off from Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine door.

Fully licensed with plenty of summer competitions. Visitors Most Welcome Ph: Melaleuca Links 9 Hole Golf. Open all year 7 days early to late. Hire clubs all sizesballs and buggies and go and have some fun! 15 Reel Pokies Running, Relax and Unwind.

Wake up each morning to spectacular sunrises. Kongwak Views' calming ambience inspires complete relaxation - the perfect tonic for city stressed couples.

Bring a group of friends or family and celebrate a birthday or that special event. A special place where you can share a bottle of wine as you watch the sunset over the distant hills.

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Camping not permitted on any public reserve or beach includes sleeping in cars-Penalties Apply. Open Fires not permitted anywhere in the shire or on the beaches - Heavy Penalties Apply Alcohol Not permitted in the streets at any time and is not permitted in public places Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine sunset and sunrise Penalties Apply.

Melbourne to Inverloch by Car. Inverloch comes alive during March when the Annual Jazz Festival is held. Festivities commence on Friday evening with non stop music through to late Sunday afternoon.

Live entertainment in the streets, local shops, restaurants cafes, parks, halls it is a great family weekend in Inverloch. Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment. Tyres for all makes and models.

Drive Through Bottle Shop. Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm. Call or email Ange for further information. Butcher - Inverloch Quality Meats. Repairs and servicing all makes and models. Fax and photocopy service. Post cards and souvenirs. Discover an underground wonderland of spectacular limestone formations at Gippsland's ancient Buchan Caves.

The caves were created almost million years ago by underground rivers cutting through limestone rock. Professionally guided tours daily except Christmas Day. Walking tracks, picnic areas, camping and self contained cabins available. The Lonsdale is also Available for Private Functions. Cruises depart from Cunningham Quay on the Esplanade weather permitting.

Paddle Boats and Catamaran Hire. Cruises depart from Post Office Jetty on the Esplanade. The Peel family have been sailing the Gippsland Lakes for over 80 years. Metung Cruise departs 11am daily weather permitting. Boat holds maximum 6 Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine 8 persons. Bairnsdale Side of Lakes Entrance approx 3 kms see our sign on the Highway. Griffiths Shell Museum-Marine Display. Nyerimilang Heritage Park-Free Admittance. The highlight is Nyerimilang Homestead in a delightful garden setting on a cliff top above the beautiful Gippsland Lakes.

Perfect picnic spots are surrounded by garden and scenic walks along bush and farm tracks. Entrance is free but donations are accepted to help maintain the park.

We also have sand art and kid's beading for the littlies. Spectacular views of the Lakes system and the ninety mile beach and you may come across a local artist capturing the scene on canvas.

A place where people come to purchase exceptional pieces of Crystal and Unique Fossils. We source our collection from all over the world, working directly with Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine who are miners or avid collectors. Each piece is hand selected by us in an effort to give you the best quality at the best price. Our range of fossils, minerals, jewellery and antiquities offers a unique opportunity for our customers to obtain items rarely offered for sale in Australia.

Open 7 Days a Week during main holiday periods. The main beach is located across the footbridge and is patrolled during school and public holidays, however, it is a good idea to keep an eye on the kids as there is often an under tow. The other popular beach is opposite Eastern Pokies Win Nzs Registan Camel Caravan Park once again exercise care.

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Also Mussel gathering and prawning - there is a charter to suit you. Contact Ricky-All Equipment is supplied. Far Out Fishing Charters. Experience the thrill of catching a big fish. Rods, bait and tackle supplied and we prepare your catch. Captain Tony has never come back without fish-that's a great guarantee!

If water based activities are your idea of a great holiday then look no further than the magnificent protected waterways of Lakes Entrance and the Gippsland Lakes. Easy access boat ramps along Marine Parade see Lakes Map cater for all sized craft allowing access to the better fishing grounds. Most Tourist Parks in Lakes Entrance cater for boats. Good fishing is also to be had along the jetties on the North Arm and the Esplanade call into the local bait shop on the Esplanade for up to date fishing news.

Peels Wyanga Park Winery Cruise. Enterprise Cruise - Paynesville. The best venue for your next function, conference, party, wedding or tour is here in Paynesville on the Gippsland Lakes. Enterprise is a stylish, spacious boat that offers value, versatility and all amenities Lakes Entrance Bowls Club. Corner Bulmer and Rowe Streets Lakes Entrance VIC Two excellent artificial greens allow bowling all year round with organized social games six days per week Seven days per week during daylight saving.

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Toddlers and learners pool, spa, sauna, gym. Tennis Court hire floddlit behind Aquadome. Lakes Entrance Neighbourhood House. Check our website for details on courses etc. Everything At Your Fingertips.

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Lakes Entrance caters well for the huge influx of visitors during main holiday periods. The main street of town - the Esplanade is several kilometres of speciality shops, restaurants, cafes and takeaways.

Marvel at the magnicient wood sculptures along the Esplanade, many of which depict scenes from the first world war. New Years Eve Fireworks. Visitors and locals alike line up for hours for the best vantage points to witness this annual event.

The skies over Lakes Entrance are splintered withh all the colours of the rainbow- a spectacle rarely seen on this scale outside of a major city. Historic Grave - approximately 5 kilometers east of Wye River, is a memorial to several seamen who drowned trying to salvage the cargo from the ill fated W.

Godfrey which was wrecked there in The story of the Godfrey is on the display board in front of the lookout just past the grave. Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine Otways National Park. The park features rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, rock platforms and windswept heathland. In the north, the park features tall forests, ferny gullies, magnificent waterfalls and tranquil lakes.

Stroll the fascinating main street Mountjoy Parade visit the boutiques, speciality shops and galleries. Take in the cosmopolitan ambience from the many cafes, restaurants and take-aways catering for all tastes and budgets. Gym with personal training, Hydrobaths, steam room, yoga, outdoor swimming pool, toddlers pool and fun and fitness activities for the children.

Lorne Salt Theraphy opening in March Louttit Bay helps makes Lorne so attractive to holiday makers. This excellent family beach patrolled during main holiday periods runs the whole length of Mountjoy Parade main street and is a haven for all types of water sports.

Short walk from carpark to the first lookout over the falls. Spectacular waterfall which drops 30 metres into the fern-lined valley of the Erskine River. Admire the coastal views from the Lorne Pier. Enjoy a movie at Lorne's historic Theatre in Mountjoy Parade. Special screen times during main holiday periods. The Lorne Falls Festival. The ever popular Falls Festival which runs from Dec 28 to Jan 1 was the brain child of a local surfer who organised the first event 20 years ago on a local family farm in Erskine Falls Road.

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Ask Cindy for a map to explore Merimbula at your pace. Feel like a surf no board, no problem, hire one! So lets ignore the Olympics except the one hi performance class maybe and lets make the real hi-performacne sailing events where it is at.

If we stop consuming shit maybe we will make it easier for someone with real content to capture the audiance. Or maybe the bordom around Olyimpic sailing will put everyone off sailing coverage. Making the 18ft skiffs more affordable would of course help to get a amature fleet established which I suspect you need to support and develop a Pro fleet.

However banning carbon and initiatives like that do not really help in my opinion. Reducing travel makes things a lot cheaper. It is easy to caluclate the cost of a boat but the cost of a circuit campain including travel must be horrendous. Reducing the number of rigs would help too, but how can you do this without compromising the boats. I would get a TV companies on board and have loads Internet Pokies Blogspot Layouts Internet coverage on my site to suck in all the bored sailors at work.

Head cams with swearring and shouting. Website subcription to members only extra content. Spectator boats and a beach party. Sponsership and boat ownership would be centralised so that sailors do not have to waste time doing what they are not always good at and negosiate with sponsers all the time.

Feed the press with media releases to get the sponsors good value for money. Have a ride experiance days for coropate days out and ritch thrill seackers. A big yearly event where it is Nothern fleet verses Southen fleet, like a battle of the hemiphierars Not sure if you are taking the piss because this has been done before, but it has been done before in Autrailia called the Grand Prix I think.

I think we need a history lesson from some Aussie Skif sailors about why this worked or did not work out long term? As for a history lesson,i shall wait now for the baron or his new alter ego to give you that he is the lord of the 18s. From some other threads it look like the 16ft skiffs also has bussininess model issues to work out. What amazes me is how the AC can generate Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine much cash and there are no shortage of teams ready to take part.

AC yachts are no where near as dynamic to watch as 18s in my opinion. The AC management is terible allowing the distrcutive court battles so who can they do it and hi-performance dinghies can not. ISAF have a change to put on an awsome sailing event but they wasted the chance again. There was also the Ultra 30s in the UK which looked good for a while but that faded out.

However again I do not know the histroy behind that. Surely it can not be that hard, or are we better off haveing fun with our affordable hi-performance toys and without the hype of Grand Prix circusses? Its all about money for the AC. These are big boy toys for only the very rich.

I think one thing that might help the 18's and dinghys in general would be to find some bad boy rocker that loves things a little wild and get them hooked on sailing.

Most of us don't qualify but if you could find someone like a Becham or a Tony Hawk to get it started then you might be able to get more of a following. The boats alone won't do it. They are far too technical for the average Joe to understand but if you could get personalities going and do a little education on how sailboat racing works, you might be able to get some place.

I wish there were Pokies Big Uns Octane way to get 18's more wide spread in the states but the cost is a huge barior. Maybe it could be the next reality TV show. The cost of an 18 campaign is minimal compared to some of the shows. You could have everyone with helmet cams and a lot of candid shots from the dinghy park while rigging when the guys are talking smack.

Hell if they can make a show out of sticking 12 people in a house for a couple of weeks, why not. Now we are getting somewhere. We need the reality show touch. Maybe a want to be pop star show touch too. As part of the media circus we can have "want to be"s failing miserably and nearly drowning as they try to "get on the team".

Some pimp my ride extras on the boats, like fitted DVD players in the boom. We can have the Japanise game show touch for bow man recruitment where you throw bricks at them to see if the duck. The JackAss element where someone get their nuts smashed around a shroud every 3 minutes I remember now why I do not have a TV.

Prime Computers was the first modern assymetric 18, had a self tacking jib and a deck stepped mast all in the name of saving weight JB even raced it as a 2 hander for a while until the rule makers in the 18s set a minimum crew limit Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine 3 when racing. The B14 was developed very soon afterwards, and not surprisingly very closely resembles a mk1 B Basically the wing wars behemoths were too expensive and cumbersome to have decent racing in as someone mentioned in another thread they were the ultimate 'bang the corner' boats, simply because tacking the suckers meant running a fair distance very quickly As everyone seemed to have the same boat at the same time at the SFS all B18s the GP idea was launched and it just seemed to work for the best part of 10 years and 4 generations of B18s, ending in the Mk4 B Many of the original B18s from the very start of the GP period are still out and about, although some of the boats that came out of the Bethwaite shed were a bit iffy if they happened to be made during the pre-season rush period understandably when you are given orders for 10 boats to be made in 6 weeks before the new season something had to give.

Then when the 49er came about, GP sailing thought that they could just do the same thing in the 49ers yet again cheaper boats and also the whole sydeney olympics thing was starting to take overand dropped the 18s much to many an 18 sailor's chagrin Rob Brown had just had a brand new Prudential built and launched a couple of weeks before GPS pulled the plug and nicho was due to get a new Skilled Engineering too.

Sadly, the Aus GP 49er circuit only lasted a year or two It just wasn't the same as the 18s. From there GP sailing fell over and sailing in Aus hasn't quite been the same since.

The problem with re-establishing a Grand Prix in 18s is that there just isn't the money around for it any more Pokie revenue just isn't enough to cover the bills of sending fleets of 18 footers and all their gear, support crews and the tv crews to weird and wonderful places, and there aren't many sponsors who'd be willing to foot the additional bills on top of sponsoring boats to do it either.

I think that we can all face it If the AC doesn't sort it's current shitefight out soon in all likelyhood it may die the death too well The only boats that I could see having a GP series work would be the moths And yet, when the foiler1 grand prix was proposed it seemed to fall flat on its face for lack of interest and sponsors. I think that is enough of a sign to say that sailing really is in a bad way There will be people on here that know a heck of a lot more as to what happened to the Ultra 30s, but essentially I'd guess at a combination of high running costs and low viewing figures on TV the highlights packages were bounced around BBC's "grandstand" sports programme on a Saturday or Sunday- unpredictable, little trailed and on when any right minded sailor was on the water killed them off- sponsership money generally increases with potential exposure.

Maybe we need to get the Indians involved? I LOVE these boats. The are just fucking awesome. I have been very fortunate to sail GP boats and League boats in all crew spots including stick time in a race on Sydney Harbour. Now, as an ex-pat Brit and resident of Canada, that is right up there on my list of things to do before I die.

I also now own the old Nokia boat referenced earlier in the Youtube videos. She is just simply breathtaking. I still watch the old Ronstan vids at least once a month, admittedly once the girlfriend is asleep.

Anyway, I chatted to one of the Aus guys when I was on the Sydney Hobart race yes, I do do some big boat stuff and he was responsible for the promo on some of the old GP 18 stuff. He sent me the "How to" kit and really it boiled down to getting a couple of key local moeny some decent exposure for their stake. As with all these things, they had to start small, but once you get a little, others get interested and it really requires a local "spark-plug" to get it going and then build the momentum.

Nothing gathers a crowd like a crowd and the Ultra30's are a great example of that - the media company responsible just couldnt gather a non-sailing crowd. Of course every sailor on the planet knew about it with the boats and the rock stars, but that is not where the money comes from.

I started a skiff fleet up in frozen Canada about 5 years ago, when performance sailing was viewed as 15 year Alba-snores with new sails. Now we have some 18 boats, all raced and toured all over the place. We have our own event that has gained momentum with others Ottawa Skiff GPbut can we get money in to it? Still we rely on the same old sponsors within the sailing business that dont have much money to start with. The one year we had a 30 second snip on the local news channel, we got thousands the following year in goodies and support.

I cannot keep supporting my lovely Nokia now either, so if any of you have a new fleet to kick off, then let me know! There is enough in there regardless of external. But we all want that extra pizzaz. Be careful what you wish for as it usually makes it impossible for the rest of us to come close to even competing. I wasn't thinking quite that over the top. Just something to get more attention and maybe draw the younger crowd in. If you could start something that gets the sport out there and maybe draws people in, it might help with drawing advertizing dollars.

Ahem, there were several people that started the fleet. And when Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine we get thousands in sponsorship? I agree that the 18s will continue to exist regardless. So long as there is gambling money to be made, there will be an 18' fleet in Sydney. I bet if we went back 40 years to a skiff club, you would hear the same conversation going on.

Part of the attraction to the class is their extreme nature, there will always be a small niche out there for fast, expensive boats, they fill that niche - don't try and be a laser. Grand Prix Sailing started with nearly all Murray boats so I think unlike the assymetric spinnaker Bethwaite cannot take credit for inventing Grand Prix Sailing. He can't even Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine credit for Real Australian Pokies Online. The Mk1 boats were rubbish, remember watching two of them sailing along in a westerlyboth got hit by the same gust and both broke their masts at the same time in the same spot.

Ask anyone who sailed on one how often the deck would split open at the gunwhale. Nice concept poorly executed, sounds familiar. Point taken, problem is there are way to many people here that swallow the Breathwaster gospel hook line and sinker. Ye GP started in the late 80s, but like John H. Prudential for example with "flip flop" wings.

JB designed the first B18 for the League At the start of GP all the skiffs and sponsors were sailing at the League, the the famous "split" happened That photo you talk of about the B18 sitiing in the old cradle was Michael Spies new b18 sitiing in his old cradle form a mid 80s massive beast, think it was in Aus Sailing mag Skip a few years of very successful GP So Patrick, do you want cheaper boats but faster?

I think its very good value for money. And I think everyones obsession with the League paying for skiffs thru gambling is a stretch of the truth, yes it certainly helps the cash flow Maybe this F1Sail is going to happen still But great to see the 18s back on Ch 7 last week for JJ rap up, and interesting to see Bill Mc back doing commentary again Viewers like to see people fucking up.

That was a great thing about watching the GP 18's on TV, they get to the top mark and there's a good chance they'll be swimming, that makes for exciting viewing.

They'd always be making the play of the day on the TV news, it was for hitting the piss rather than sailing perfectly, that kind of exposure is GOLD for sponsors. The problem with sailing in general on TV is that swimming doesn't happen very often, particularly at the pointy end of the fleet.

I think the moths as they are now would make for quite good TV, that is until they get their control systems and sailors to a point where there is little likelyhood of swimming.

Seeing as sponsorship money is so important to an 18 these days, it can be regarded almost as if it was a "class rule". If you don't have it, you can't campaign an 18 in the currently accepted fashion. If money becomes scarce, and stays that way, then the existing 18 will morph into something a bit less.

It might not have the hoo-rah glamour imparted by the exorbitant sponsorship dollars, but it will be no less exciting to sail and it will still be fast. If you want a nice Pokie Tournaments Find A Ranking Tennislink Ratings you have to pay for it, same as if you want a nice boat you have to pay for it.

Which is why in the long run classes like the 18 will survive because people want a nice boats. The first two years of grand prix all the boats were murray designs and a few jutson boats. The murray boats were so wide aft they were like a submarine on the bearaway and the jutson boats looked like a submarine. Both designs at the end of there usefull life went like a scolded cat with a 25hp outboard on the back.

Oh and sorry back on topic. Look at the sponsors for the last 8 years this thread should be "Would the 18s survive without John Winning? As I said in my earlier post, sponsorship, or "freely donated money", is now almost a class rule. Without it, you can barely even get out on the water, let alone be competitive. There are privately owned and campaigned Historics but without Woody's 4 or is it 5 boats, the SFS fleet would not appear so rosy.

I think Woody's earlier Yandoo before this last Ssanyong? My point exactly,i truly hope that history will state that Woody saved the 18s and dosnt mention those before him who nearly killed them with ego driven power struggles.

Good thing spelling isn't a pre-requisite of sailing 18's or I'd be screwed as well! Welcome to the fleet. I thought spelling was way down the list of what you want in a forehand.

He might be a candidate. Anyone seen any pics from the 18' Interdoms over the weekend?? We were there racing an old boat and I know there are some pictures around, but I haven't managed to find any Six 18s out with the fledgling 12ft fleet at Rutland in the UK over the weekened- good photos here.

No TV cameras either. A different world entirely to the Aussie model. I spent a few hours with Woody yesterday and then some time speaking to various skippers which has led me to Pokies Meaning Katherine Lanasa to this and, in particular, the bit highlighted. I am no longer sure that it is that different. I had always believed that the club sorted out most of the sponsors and dished out the boats to the lucky crews. However, I now understand that while there are long standing sponsors, increasingly it is the crews who are sorting out sponsors.

If you look at the front of the fleet, Fiat wasn't arranged by the club while Rag and Famish is personal to John Harris. Woody does help and has relationships with some of the sponsors. He was pleased that one long term sponsor whose skipper was stopping has been persuaded to keep going. However, Woody then told me that his sone, Herman, was hoping to get a new boat but had been told that he could only have one if he found a sponsor to pay the costs.

When I asked how finding a sponsor was going, Woody said he didn't know as that was down to Herman. In the same manner, I was speaking to an existing skipper about his plans for next year and he stated his biggest Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine was to find a sponsor or else he would have no new gear. His gear is now 3 years old and it effectively means if he wants to stay competitive, he has to find a sponsor. I asked if teh club was helping and it was clear to me that it was totally down to the individual.

Woody also told me of a skipper who was "due" a new boat this year. I have no idea how many sponsors are personal to the skippers and how many to the club. However, the position is changing and more and more of the sponsors are sorted by the skippers. I accept that finding Pokies Free Spin Horse Pedigree sponsor in Australia might be easier than in Europe, but there isn't a line of sponsors waiting outside the League waiting for sailors to approach them!

For instance, last year I know of a number of boats whose crews paid for new masts as sponsors budgets were already fixed and allocated. Again, I accept that Europeans pay a lot more, but it isn't the free ride everybody says it is. Finally, the League doesn't sail for prize money either. I think there is some small amount for the JJ, but I know that one of the winning crew blew it on a good night out after the prize giving so it cannot have been that much!

All that said and done, I think everybody involved with sailing at the League knows how fortunate we are. Even if we are increasingly having to find money ourselves, without the infrastructure and teh history it would be so much harder. And, as has been said above, without Woody we would be on deep shit. The man is a true legend. There was a move to reduce the crew weight and size years ago and a rule was put in place to make the minimum crew size three.

I agree with the person you bought your cat from. If you want to go very fast, with a low learning curve, and once in Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine while take the family for a spin, one of the best platforms is a cat. However, if you love a challenge and a boat that will always keep you engaged and on your toes, a skiff is a good option.

Different strokes for different folks. Niether is good nor bad, they all have their place. We'll probably see a shrinking of the 18's for a bit while the global economy cools but I think the'll be around for years in one form or another. I just hope they stay on the extreme end of things because we need something pushing the envelope to show us how far we can go. With the water at 10C today the lake has been open for 8 days nowI took out the M5.

So the answer to the conundrum is to have one of each Actually, you need one of every type. So far, I'm short a foiler but then I rarely sail in winds that would allow a Moth to lift be free of the water. Clearly you need to paint them all with flames Same here -- I expect that my vacuum beat yours: From what i know thats the way its been at the League for many years since the first Mk1 Murrays mid 90s, like most things in the sailing world, the "story" about "free skiffs" is much more interesting than the true hard work done to gain a skiff sponsorship Dont think you will find any 18 sailors over the last 15 years that have made a profit from sponsors, but maybe a few broke ones.

I have some ideas for the euro Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine guys to find sponsors It amuses me how those who enjoy cat bashing have little or no cat sailing experience, particularly HP Cats. Quiet a few of my freinds and I have taken Skiff, mono Olympians and AC sailors for runs on our F18s and Tornadoes and every one off them have stepped off week kneed and very impressed with the experience.

One SA member who was an 18 skiff sailor, I introduced to my Capricorn and he is now spending a lot of time now racing cats. Perhaps some people here need to shut their mouth and actually gain a bit off experience before shooting their mouths off.

While you are correct in what you say, you seem to have forgotten the main difference between the dedicated cat sailor and mono sailors. Pokies Bonus X Sym Set cat sailor has had his sense of humour removed and takes it all to seriously. Cat sailors are so easy to wind up and that is what we see so regularly.

For instance, if I say that 16'skiff sailors are all fishermen obviously truethey laugh and take the piss out of themselves. Tell a cat sailor he doesn't need tactical skills because the go so fast and you get a whole page of posting telling you why it isn't so.

Most people actually do know that a Tornado is exceptional etc. An dthose who don't understand probably aren't worth converting.

You are right Simon; however a large majority of mono sailors actually believe this crap. What they see or experience on multihulls tends Pokies Win The Fight Song be from hire cats, light wind cursing or a blast on a mate's Hobie And this becomes their perception of Multies.

You, like myself are fortunate to have experienced it from both sides and understand the level of Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine and athleticism involved at the top level in each fleet. As for the tactical skills argument, unfortunately many mono sailors strongly Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine this crap also and Skiffies are also tared with the same brush. If it does fast, it cannot be tactical I have seen just as many Skiffies and wannabe Skiffies fry up on this topic.

Keen to show a bit of muscle and hit the water. Not 1 or 2 boats of each, but a fleet V's a fleet. Any interested takers at the League? If none of the legue boats want to have a play, We could orginise somthing with the Brisbane 18's fleet. Would probably be easy pickings for the cats though. Perhaps some people need to see the lighter side of life, before shooting their mouths off. And F K you for quoting me Now I can not go back and delete. For example, the Brisbane 18 footer fleet had all but dissapered by Pokies Win Gatchalian Campaign people within the Brisbane club came up with an idia.

Thay set up a class called the Classic 18's. You could sail an older hull up to vintage or build a new hull to the rules as set down by the club. An older hull could be of exotics but a new one could only be of ply or glass. These boats are still sailing at the Brisbane club 6 boats in the fleet. The club has since bought two boats form the legue Avaya and Total Recall to try and re build the modern 18's in Brisbane.

As long as there are pationate people the class will survive. I think it was the old AAMI. And it was in pretty good nick. The guy that I went halves with was as pationate as I about sailing and we both just wanted to sail 18's. It was never about money it was about just getting out and having fun. But if you want to sail 18's it can be done on a shoe string like any other class, you will not be at the front of the fleeet that is for sure but I promise after every kite ride down the Harbour or any part of the world Pokies Big Winds Windsurfing Magazine is impossible to wipe that smile from your face.

I remember watching skiff sailing back in the early 90s on the US Speedvision now Speed TV when they were just starting up and would take programming from anywhere. More than anything else this and Whitbread racing got me into sailing Having watched Vx40s live I think that you need a boat of a certain size to be adequately visible but it would still be good to have a boat that's not too big so you could race right close to shore.

The boat has to be powered up so it'll move in the lightest of breeze. I watched the Vx40s sail in not more than 8 knots of breeze average and the things still flew. It was highly impressive watching these boats trade tacks in Baltimore harbor in front of 10, plus ordinary people watching from shore who were highly amazed and impressed.

You could not have sailed in a similar venue in a bigger boat and a more regularly powered boat could not have moved in the breeze.

I think 18s would have been similarly exciting in that location and quite a bit cheaper than aeuro Vx If not worldwide then at least regional or national. The sponsor would pay for the show production and perhaps to run the regattas and maybe a few other subsidiary series sponsors. WIth this in hand you could then draw sponsors for teams because you could then promise x hours of TV in y markets etc to show off their brands.

As for the boats I think they might need to be One-design or very close to it to help ensure close racing especially when the courses are short. You could devlop the OD very continuously as long as every team has access to the developments each season i. Totally agree with you about how many kids got into sailing because of 18s and Grand Prix sailing in the 90s. Yes its about getting big TV and making the events into massive beach parties, what sponsor wouldnt want to be at some glam location in the sun with warm water and a fleet of sexy looking full carbon 18s with wild graphics etc etc, sure sounds better than at some dirty car race track and having to put things in your ears cause its so damn noisy.

A few years back it was looking like a reality, with some big names of yachting like Nevil Crighton, Lang Walker and Bob Oatley all chipping in with some bucks to get it up and running, yes I still think it could happen with the right money and sailors.

The F1Sail concept of awsome locations like Hawaii, Sardinia, Great Barrier Reef in Oz and not sailing till they get 15knts of breeze as well as one design skiffs to keep everything equal had the potentioal to be the full pro deal, but i havnt heard anything about this for over 12 months, damn shame really as it had all the makings of great skiff action on TV like 10 years ago, but on a world stage instead of just Oz.

So how do you get something like this started Lets hope F1Sail is still a dream and will happen one day, i think sailing needs something new like this again. Anyone out there got any contacts with F1Sail or know someone with a shitload of spare cash to make it happen? So if you in Europe you can do the same normal places:

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