A popular spot for weekend cruisers leaving Hobart on Friday evening, Barnes Bay and its environs offers many sheltered anchorages in all weather. You can visit the historic Quarantine Station on Bruny Island, head over to Kettering for the Sunday paper, visit the Bruny Island House of Whisky and try Tassie’s best range of whisky and gin, head to Peppermint Bay for dinner, or dine aboard in the Duckhole. A chance to catch up with other RYCT cruisers and talk about summer cruising plans.
On the return cruise on Sunday will be the Richardsons Beach Picnic. A good day for the whole family, and a chance to catch up with cruising friends before the Christmas break just a few miles from Hobart. BYO food and drink, table, chairs and sunscreen. Some of the club’s portable BBQs will be provided, but you’re welcome to bring your own.
Details on cruise leader, radio skeds etc will be shared with registrants via email.
The 62nd Edition of the Boags Navigation & Seamanship Cruise will start from The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania at 1900 hrs on Friday, 1st of May 2020, and will conclude on Saturday, the 2nd of May 2020.
A leisurely cruise home on the Sunday rounds off the weekend with raft up on the way with refreshments to celebrate the event.