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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

 

 

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Let me be the first.....

 

Fark off newbie and show us some tits

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Maleny mountain man ?

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250px-Mamite_%C3%A5_grangrin_vatche_p%C3%A9s_fritches.jpg

 

Right, now we have satisfied or Kiwi friend with this commercial break, back to Sailing!

 

Brilliant comeback ..... and you managed to get in a bit of Trans Tasman humour in the process.

 

Welcome aboard CC.

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I was working on my boat at a yard in North Carolina and there was a boat from Mooloolaba there. I had to google it just to figure out where it was.

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

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Last time I was in Mooloolaba was to collect a boat for delivery to Hobart. The yacht club was huge, the marina was huge, and full - full of mostly l;arge yachts. The yacht club was just about the the closest building to the ocean beach. The yacht club was closed... bankrupt, apparently... had been for years and, as far as know, was for years afterwards... does not compute.

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

 

 

Not bragging,dont have to,and you dont have to brag about how cold you winter is.Our winter involves offshore winds, temps in the 20's [68F for you US based]and sailing all year round. Come and have a sail with Us or contact Cheap jibes and have a sail in his area, where he probably sails all year too [we dont eat biscuits]

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Last time I was in Mooloolaba was to collect a boat for delivery to Hobart. The yacht club was huge, the marina was huge, and full - full of mostly l;arge yachts. The yacht club was just about the the closest building to the ocean beach. The yacht club was closed... bankrupt, apparently... had been for years and, as far as know, was for years afterwards... does not compute.

 

Hi Weylan yes all in the past, The yacht Club is refurbished and open for buisness, great food,cold beer and as I have said great sailing.The entrance getting dredged as we type, so I dont think it will be long before it is even better than it already is.

 

How is Tony Lyall enjoying his T P?

 

Now back to our regular programming, SAILING

 

Cheap Jibes what area do you sail/race in?

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

 

 

No one gives a ff about Mooloobia.

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No one gives a ff about Mooloobia.

 

yet even less care about your opinion on anything Doey.....conundrum?

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

 

 

No one gives a ff about Mooloobia.

 

Yes they do and even if they dont eat biscuits they can spell!!

 

MOOLOOLABA!!

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

 

 

No one gives a ff about Mooloobia.

 

Yes they do and even if they dont eat biscuits they can spell!!

 

MOOLOOLABA!!

 

MooMoobulba????

 

WTF? Who cares?

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

 

 

No one gives a ff about Mooloobia.

 

Yes they do and even if they dont eat biscuits they can spell!!

 

MOOLOOLABA!!

You'll soon learn, like most here, to put DoucheRag on Ignore - still my first, and only.

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MooMoobulba????

 

WTF? Who cares?

 

DoRag what is going on with you mate? This jumping into every thread trying to start a shit fight! Having a few issues at the moment are we. Do you want to talk about it?

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Hi Weylan yes all in the past, The yacht Club is refurbished and open for buisness, great food,cold beer and as I have said great sailing.The entrance getting dredged as we type, so I dont think it will be long before it is even better than it already is.

 

How is Tony Lyall enjoying his T P?

 

Now back to our regular programming, SAILING

 

Cheap Jibes what area do you sail/race in?

 

So when does the Sydney-Mooloolaba race kick off again?

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MooMoobulba????

 

WTF? Who cares?

 

DoRag what is going on with you mate? This jumping into every thread trying to start a shit fight! Having a few issues at the moment are we. Do you want to talk about it?

 

It's been snowing hard and I can't get to the slopes.

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So when does the Sydney-Mooloolaba race kick off again?

 

 

now there was a race! did the 1st in 1973, tied up to a pile in the river then step ashore in front of the club get blind then be very careful getting back on board and not falling down one of two forward hatches on Apollo.

 

light headwinds battling against the current getting as close as you dare to the coast at nite then maybe a roundup or 2 when the southerly came in. passing smokes over to lawso in the middle of the night while both boats are peeling chutes at the same time. One very long year big Sid Brown had read all the stick books by Newcastle. nobody is happy if big Sid aint ! what a great racing sailer he was.

 

Another year Grimesy when thru the bar on the way to the showers, it took him 3 days to get there!

 

Plenty of stories because of the Mooloolaba race. About time to reinstate this race, what do others think? as CC said Mooloolaba is open for buisness

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Another year Grimesy when thru the bar on the way to the showers, it took him 3 days to get there!

 

Grimesy? Roger Grimes? Havent heard any Grimesy stories for a while.

 

I hope this club actually happens because the Mooloolaba scene has been severely failing for some time.

Awesome place to sail!

Good luck with it CC

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

 

Sure this is a US website with world wide content. Go have a look at the home page.

 

Combined Clubs stop fucking bragging. Most of the boats in the frozen north are either on the hard or frozen in their slips. I've raced out of Mooloolaba and it's not perfect. It's only good if you can get past the sand bar blocking the entrance to the harbour.

 

 

No one gives a ff about Mooloobia.

 

Yes they do and even if they dont eat biscuits they can spell!!

 

MOOLOOLABA!!

You'll soon learn, like most here, to put DoucheRag on Ignore - still my first, and only.

 

 

Thanks Dark Cloud yes some people take up too much space

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Great to hear that things are getting going again on the SS coast. Bring back Scor! Who ran the raceing? The old MYC or the Sunshine Coast Cruising Fishing Fighting and Flower Arranging club? (SCCFFFAC)

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Great to hear that things are getting going again on the SS coast. Bring back Scor! Who ran the raceing? The old MYC or the Sunshine Coast Cruising Fishing Fighting and Flower Arranging club? (SCCFFFAC)

 

good question....is Combined Clubs name an indicator? Where is the mighty Trev in all this

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Great to hear that things are getting going again on the SS coast. Bring back Scor! Who ran the raceing? The old MYC or the Sunshine Coast Cruising Fishing Fighting and Flower Arranging club? (SCCFFFAC)

 

good question....is Combined Clubs name an indicator? Where is the mighty Trev in all this

 

Grogo has logged on so 'Trusty' can't be to far away.

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let's hope they get the Moobaah race going again...with all due respect to the white shoes of Southport the Moobaah race has always put on a better crop of grab-a-grannies for naked walks along the beach

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Great story from the good old Scor days. At this particular time the series was run over 3 weekends. The late, great Tommy Melville was knocking off some girl he had met up there. Now Tom was one of the best blokes you could ever meet and was larger than life both in both body shape and personality. Tom made it his pratice to get all beered up at the MYC on friday nights and then raid her ground floor apartment through the bedroom window after the bar shut. On the 3rd friday night Tom thought he would liven things up by nudeing up first then doing a tarzan call out side before diving through the window onto her bed.

Sadly for Tom she had moved during the week and a new girl had moved in.

 

Next morning Tommy told us young fellas the story before we went into the club for Breakfast. He had made the front page of the Sunshine Coast daily as police searched the coast for a large red haired potential rapest.

Ah the good all days - but you can't tell the young people today, nooo, nooo.

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...................... and Tom doing a moonlight check of the boats in pancake after gladstones

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...................... and Tom doing a moonlight check of the boats in pancake after gladstones

 

Yep - Billy Joel said it all- only the good die young.

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...................... and Tom doing a moonlight check of the boats in pancake after gladstones

 

Yep - Billy Joel said it all- only the good die young.

 

Yes Big Tom loved Mooloolaba, After an open heart surgery the boys visited him in hospital. One of them asked Tom 'what's the story on the red cask wine on the bedside table', Tom replied as he refilled a specimen jar with Red Ned "The Doctor's orders are no beer! HAHAHAHA! Cheers!"

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

 

Hey DoRag with all your US based website occupation you might be right, Aussies just might take your advice and edit truth, fiction and bullshit our way!

come to Mooloolaba, not to talk about sailing, not to take photos of sailing, just to SAIL

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Sunday saw another beautiful Sunshine Coast Sailing day, 10knts of ESE, entrance dredging a success, flat as a lance Armstrong's tyres,

Sails everywhere, Both clubs represented by different design types and then back ashore, everyone with a smile and a sailing story to tell.

Come and play!!

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Good to hear the Club is up and running again.

Have some good stories to tell about the Mooloolaba race as well, but may wait until the statute of limitations kicks in.......!!!

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Sunday saw another beautiful Sunshine Coast Sailing day, 10knts of ESE, entrance dredging a success, flat as Lance Armstrong's veins. tyres

Sails everywhere, Both clubs represented by different design types and then back ashore, everyone with a smile and a sailing story to tell.

Come and play!!

Fixed and bewdiful even without the Glasshouse background.

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Beautiful day on Sunday, 8 - 15 knots SE - E, flat sea, temp late 20's - 30's, 34 boats, 3 divisions. Short course-Cruising, Short course-Racing,Long course-Racing[Noosa return]

Awesome place to sail.

 

Who cares?

 

Hey, this is a US based website. This is not a site for sailing in other countries, particularly yours.

 

Go away. Eat biscuits or whatever. Form your own f'inf sailing website.

 

Get the Americas Cup and your San Francisco hosts sorted Douche Rag and then you may, just may be up to the equal of Fremantle and Auckland (scene; DoRag scurrying for an Atlas)

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Still have the XXXX flag I purloined from the flagpole on the roof of the MYC after Syd-Moo with Kanga B in '83. After sitting on the lawns eating prawns and washing em down with cold frothies all afternoon the plot was hatched. It was an easy climb up the sloping roof and a reasonably easy shin up the flagpole, Stanley knife firmly clenched in my mouth, but no one had told me it was a vertical drop to the car park on the other side. Amazing what alcohol does for fear!!

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Last time I was in Mooloolaba was to collect a boat for delivery to Hobart. The yacht club was huge, the marina was huge, and full - full of mostly large yachts. The yacht club was just about the the closest building to the ocean beach. The yacht club was closed... bankrupt, apparently... had been for years and, as far as I know, was for years afterwards... does not compute.

 

Hi Weylan yes all in the past, The yacht Club is refurbished and open for buisness, great food,cold beer and as I have said great sailing.The entrance getting dredged as we type, so I dont think it will be long before it is even better than it already is.

 

How is Tony Lyall enjoying his T P?

 

Now back to our regular programming, SAILING

 

Haven't spoken to the Doc directly, but as an outside observer, I'd say that his experiences have been "mixed". It was an awesome sight watching them cross our bow doing... I dunno... maybe 25 knots, during the crown series (we were pretty pleased with our 8 - 8.5 at the time, heh).

 

I believe that they had a pretty tough time in one of the big races up the coast of the other Island (Sydney Gold Coast, maybe) and broke some sails and a steering pedestal (can't say I'd like to be paying for the sail wardrobe on a 52).

 

Word is that Tony is struggling a bit for crew, but that is strictly bar gossip...

 

 

Are Bill and "Custard" Coward still part of the sailing scene up there?

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