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New options on The Weekend Cafe Menu

The new menu is available here.

Breakfast, Brunch or Coffee and Cake are available from 9.00am to 2.00 pm. 

The pancakes come highly recommended.

Our list of bands for Sunday in February is now here

For a list of the bands appearing over the next four weeks click here

The Notice of Race, the on line Top Yacht Entry systems and the Crew Shirt Order Form are bow available on the Banjos Shoreline Crown Series Website.  Please click HERE to link directly to the 2015 site and documents.

Bellerive Yacht Club yachts Trouble (Dave Willans) and Camlet Way (Ross Mannering) head Groups B and C respectively following Sunday’s re-sail of the Channel Race, the first scheduled race of the Combined Clubs Long Race Series early last October which was postponed because of galeforce winds.

Veteran Hobart yachtsman Don Calvert underlined his skills as a light weather helmsman on the Derwent today, steering his 30-year-old Intrigue to a double handicap victory in the Combined Clubs Long Race Series.

Cool Change, a Northshore 33 sailed by Chris Bobbi, scored a comprehensive victory in the Galapagos Duck Betsey Island Race.  The boat was well sailed  and handled the changes in conditions better than the fleet.


Stormbird (Graeme Evans) was the first boat to start the race and got through the changing breeze at the Gellibrand mark to leave his fellow first starter, Wendy, and the rest of the fleet struggling in his wake.


In one of the slowest race for some time Stormbird finished more than six minutes in front of the next boat.