The West Australian Shaw 650 Octopussy has been a regular at ASBA events around the country over the last 3 years and is relectantly up for sale. She has a great race record and being owned by a sailmaker, the odd sail or three. The boat is presently in Mona Vale, just north of Sydney, and is ready to race.
It’s a new financial year.
Greece has defaulted.
Your shares are down the toilet.
It’s Dry July.
In summary – Essentially the world economy is stuffed, you’re worth 30% less than yesterday and you can’t drink to drown your sorrows. Continue Reading →
We all Love our sport!!
We all Love to get our 2 cents worth in??!!
Well this has all bases covered. Continue Reading →
With the sudden passing of owner, Bob McCamley, a few months ago, family and friends are assisting Bob’s wife in selling his beloved Sports Boat. The boat has competed at the Winter Nationals and the Bay to Bay recently and is presently stored at the Noosa Yacht and Rowing Club. The Sailing Manager, Paul Blundell is the first point of call if you want to have a look or get more information.
The boat essentially has everything and some, especially with regard to sails. Let’s keep it sailing. Go for it. Continue Reading →
The last “Black Betty” update was back in February this year (HERE). So while progress has been in the slow lane, it’s great to see the end in site and this new Shaw designed 6.5m boat about to hit the water.
We’re sure they would like to be hitting “it” in Mooloolaba but sailing in Melbourne in winter is usually an “exhilarating” experience or at least one that srinks your Bam Ba Lam’s. Continue Reading →
PRICE REDUCED – AUD $22,000.00
If you’re looking for a machine with “pedigree” then this Thompson 7 sits towards the top of the pile.
Winner of multiple National Titles, winner of the first ASBA National Title and a swag of other trophies, Ocean Crusader (formally GUE) is back on the market and looking for good home.
It you bought it, you might find out who the “Stig” really is!!
The Stig has been a standout boat at events around the country over the last 2+ years. A great chance to put a first class boat underneath you and go fast. Get onto it before it drives off into the sunset.
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