On Thursday 7th July Wee Nips Bayside held their end of season BBQ and trophy presentation.

The winners for the 2010-2011 season were:

First Place - Len Young

Second Place - Mark Isdaile

Third Place - Joe Parker

Most Improved Sailor - Alan Holswich  

First Place - Len Young 

Second place Mark Isdaile (with the beard) and Jim Myers (club patron) 

Third place winner Joe Parker with Jim Myers.  

Most Improved Sailor Alan Holswich with Janet Armstrong trophy donor. 

Here below are all the photos taken on the night. Double click on any image in the mosiac to view a larger version - contact the webmaster on the club email for a copy. weenipbayside@gmail.com

Our end of year social get together BBQ - 2009 


On Saturday 15th January the Bayside Nip Group travelled to Sydney for an interclub regatta with sailors from the Sydney Maritime Modellers Club (www.SMMC.org.au). We were hosted by Commodore Rob Primrose and club members and their wives. A tent, tea and coffee, cake and biscuits were provided.

The Bayside sailors joined SMMC's handicap fleet sailing from 2pm to 4pm. SMMC have a variety of models, Solings, RG65's Victoria's and other types. Bayside sailed their old faithfull's the Wee Nip. The breeze was light and variable but strong enough to enjoy a few good tussles between the various classes.

I think the SMMC boy's were impressed with the performance of our Nip's.

All in all we had a ball - good sailing good competition and good fellowship.  

Intergroup visit from Tea Gardens 

Our fellow Wee Nip Group from Tea Gardens made a visit on Thursday 21st AprilFrom the photos you will see that the weather was perfect however the breeze was light and variable. Starting at 10am we had 10 handicap races broken by an enjoyable afternoon tea provided by the Bayside group. Racing was close and the Tea Gardens club held their own with our boats. The races were not for the intergroup cup as Huskisson were not able to attend. A great day had by all.  

The Pits - Ron launching with a hefty heave to make the start. 

Every sailing group has its armchair admirals 

Doesn't take much to stop sailing for the cakes and slices at afternoon tea 

We used the village bus - our 10 boats loaded in the rear.

Almost all of the sailors on the day. 

The fleet on the Nor'west Lake 

More photos from 21st April 

The Fleet - 26 boats 

You've seen this - leaning to port helps the boats go faster! 

Close sailing in light breeze 

Busy launch area 

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