that wasn't hard to find!As this is the only club with a fleet of Rockets it shouldn’t be to hard to find . 😀
I said it was easy.that wasn't hard to find!
View attachment 557060
I said it was easy.
Your move @shebeen
Does the yacht have anything to do with the Cape to Rio race?View attachment 557062
will give you the year, 1970. launching of a yacht
Yes. You're on the right track, even a wandering albatross too finds land eventually. But it is not cape town or Rio de JaneiroDoes the yacht have anything to do with the Cape to Rio race?
Tillerwoman says Durban.Yes. You're on the right track, even a wandering albatross too finds land eventually. But it is not cape town or Rio de Janeiro
Tillerwoman has found a natural harbour too far up the coastTillerwoman says Durban.
KnysnaTillerwoman has found a natural harbour too far up the coast
Tillerman says Knysna.Tillerwoman says Durban.
Spot on, you might have noticed I dropped the boat name in a clue earlier.Knysna
Tillerman says Knysna.
There is a photograph in the Maritime Museum in Knysna which shows the Thesen Boatyard team celebrating the launching of the Albatros II on 14 November 1970.
Yes, I missed the Albatross clue at first but once I realized it could be a clue the rest was comparatively easy. Good puzzle.Spot on, you might have noticed I dropped the boat name in a clue earlier.
Since the 2023 cape to Rio starts in under a month it seemed a fitting photo to use the winner of the inaugural winner
1971 | Cape to Rio - Cape2RioRace1971 | CAPE TO RIO Gallery Video Brochure Start Date: 16 January 1971 Finish: Rio de Janerio Number of Entries: 59 Mark: Ilha da Trinadade Race Distance: 3600nm Handicap Results: Winner: Albatros 2Skipper/Owner: J GoodwinTime: 26d14h08m Second Place: StrianaSkipper/Owner: A MaupasTime: 24d06h23m...cape2riorace.com