A Woody Weekend To Remember

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Jason Prew & George Renall aboard Wairiki

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A Woody Weekend To Remember

I mentioned in yesterdays story, the weekend was just one out of the bag – just magnificent on all fronts.
A few CYA stalwarts headed out on Saturday for an overnighter at Administration Bay, Motutapu Island. The photos above from the combined cameras (more likely iPhones) of Jason Prew, Steve White & Dan Rendall show the yachts – Wairiki & Jonquil & the launch Lucinda. The young crew member in a few photos is Dan Rendall’s son – George, who already has his own P-Class (refer below photos a few weeks ago of the re-launch)
Enjoy the photo spread – they are rather good photos.

(included are a few random pics of other classics that were out enjoying the weekend)

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8 thoughts on “A Woody Weekend To Remember

  1. The block of flats photographed is a curious case, underneath that all she looks like a ~1910 hull, now with diagonal skin up to what may be the original sheerline

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  2. Thanks Don, she is a great boat and quite quick with a clean bum! Ironing out the odd issue as it comes along 🙂

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  3. Nice to see the MISTRAL out & about looking ok by the look of her in that middle distance shot — KEN R

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  4. George would have to be one of the luckiest young lads. Simply sharing a stunning weekend with Dad, boats and mates. A faint reminder of Swallows and Amazons. In years to come you’ll look back and remember these special times, George.

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  5. Lots of credit due the team who refurbished Lucinda.
    Compared to what an eyesore she was of Devonport, she is now a treat to the eye.
    Congrats guys and enjoy her.

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