Woodys Classics Weekend Stillwater Picnic Cruise – this Sunday
The key times are below – I will be emailing more details to those that have RSVP’ed later today.
A-Class Racing on the Waitemata
Today’s feature photo is from a photo essay that Mike McGehan sent in. If my eyes and memory are correct Left > Right
A15 Prize, A17 Ngatoa, A14 Ngataringa, A18 Tawera, A27 Arohia
Anyone able to put an approx. date on the photo?
Mondays WW story will be a goody – 30+ photos from the camera of Kere Kemp who has just returned from the 2019 Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival. Great photos from a gent with a good key for woody talent 🙂 A tease below
RSVP – you and your boats name + approx. numbers to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo below taken when Happy Hours was collected ready to transport to Alan Craig’s shed.
N.C. Wensor 1949?/52+?; F. Simkins 1955?/56+?; Peter & Frederick Boyle 1958+?; R.D. Wood 1959?/60+?; Lt.Cdr J. Lennox-King 1961?/68+? ; Dean Herbison 2007/16+?; Alan Craig ?/2019+?
Happy Hours was built for Noel Wensor (billy’s Bro’ in law) in 1949. Lennox-King did not own her until the early 1960’s. Dean Herbison bought her in 2007 when she was hauled out at Okahu Bay.