Pittwater Rendezvous for Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club – 14 May and Bobbin Head BBQ – 16 May
The Shag Island Cruising Yacht Club has extended it’s annual Season of Sail to include a Sydney Rendezvous for the first time. This event is being hosted by RPAYC from 14th to 21st of May. All local “Vice Commodores” and friends are invited to come together to celebrate the camaraderie of SICYC, as well as hosting SICYC members sailing north during the cruising season.
Welcome Dinner – BOOKINGS ARE NOW CLOSED
The first event is the May First Friday (even though it is on the Friday 14 May), with a dinner featuring guest speaker Ken Thackeray OAM (Vice Commodore and Founder of SICYC).
Cost of the dinner (alternate drop) is $45.00 which includes a $15.00 donation to the official charity of the Shag Island Cruising Yacht Club – The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).
The dinner will commence at 7:00pm, however all Vice Commodores and other guests are welcome to join us for Happy Hour drinks from 6:00pm. Please note “If you are a non-member we will be in touch regarding payment details.” BOOKINGS ARE NOW CLOSED
Bobbin Head BBQ
This will be followed by an estuary cruise from RPAYC to Bobbin Head in Kuringai Chase National Park and a BBQ at Bobbin Head on Sunday 16th. As Bobbin Head is accessible by both boat and car those not planning to attend the cruise can still join in the BBQ festivities. A Pittwater cruise will follow from the 16th to 21st May 2021 including Hallets Beach, the popular Patonga Pub lunch and Barefoot Bowling at Dangar Island
Details of Bobbin Head picnic area can be found here https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/picnic-areas/bobbin-head/visitor-info
Please indicate if you will be attending the Bobbin Head BBQ or contact the club via the club reception on 02 9998 3700.
Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club
For those unfamiliar with the Shag Islet Cruising Yacht Club, it is a “NOT FOR PROFIT” incorporated club, the aim of which is to establish and maintain a Social Network for Cruising Yachts persons and to raise money in support of the Prostrate Cancer Foundation of Australia. There are currently over 6,700 “Vice Commodores” with membership in 17 Nations.
More details at the SICYC web site https://sicyc.com.au/