Three skippers represented PRYC at the recent DF95 Australian Championship  John Musgrave Daniel Bergan and Graham Cowling.

Read more: John Musgrave sailed home with 3rd place at the DF95 National Championship

Congratulations to our five DF65 Fleet  members who represented PRYC with distinction at the recent Australian DF65 Championships.

Corrected results are attached.

Read more: Congratulations to DF65 Competitors

 Leading the score board at the South Qld DF95 regatta today before he departed for home, Geoffery Morris sat out from the crowd. With his trusty dog companion and dare to be different relaxed style prompting a local to start their child in the new PRYC infant sailing program.

Read more: Stay chilled, be different and get ahead

PRYC's 2022 Championship Presentations ceremony included a thong throwing challenge, a four entrant fisherman's hat competition (won by creative design - "Flathead" fish chapeau with needles to prevent birds roosting) and of all things - a  poetry recital !   The tasty generous Aussie Christmas  lunch included prawns, dessert and a bar tab. Even the raffle had added mirth, with the popular sweet honey reward for first raffle tickets going surprisingly to two very junior guests who had keenly waited all day asking when would the tickets be drawn. Winning smiles were on display.

Read more: 2022 PRYC Championship Presentations Lunch

Peter Burford has done us proud winning the RC Laser 2022 Australian National Championship yesterday after winning this year's club RC Laser Scratch championship  & the Queensland RC Laser championship earlier in the year. 

Read more: Peter Burford has done us proud

'Nod of approval' from our first documented user of new #2 wharf on the eastern bank of Emerald Lakes - John Daley DF 65 #43 

Read more: New # 2 wharf and two pontoons now in use

Rapid progress today as new walkways and pontoons are now in place awaiting the bracing cables to be attached and final concreting of path to the new second fixed platform.

Read more: Platform and two pontoons now in place

 Adjacent to the PRYC verge parking area at Emerald Lakes twelve bolloards broken off  by car vandals have been replaced by CIty of Gold Coast in under a month. 

Read more: Damaged bollards promptly replaced

The second launch platform support beams made of light weight recycled plastic are now in place

Read more: Launch platform taking shape

Let's hope this helps to encourage bike riders and make it safer for everyone on and near the pathway. 

Read more: Ring-a-ding-ding!

It's a slippery slope to serious radio sailing and things can get "down and dirty".

Read more: Down and Dirty