MEMBERS AND VISITORS
Wishing all members and visitors to our site a Covid19 free year.
If we keep up social distancing, good hygiene and registering attendance with the QR code etc, 2021 will be a better year for us all. In time it will hopefully see us able to resume full activities including accessing the boatshed and conducting our activities including barbecues etc.
In the meantime, to help stop the spread of the virus, ALL MLMYC club organised activities in and around the Boatshed are slowly ramping up. Members in the meantime (subject to any state imposed regulations) are encouraged to continue to sail at the lake and other venues.
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Initial planning is underway for a resumtion of formal activity on 6th February 2021 and a DF Day open to all clubs on Saturday 13th February 2021 with at least some controlled access to the Boat Shed. Watch this space for further announcements. There are numerous approvals we have to gain and extra ordinary catering requirements in this Covid 19 environment.
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TWILIGHT SAILING - PRSC / MLMYC Twilight Series
The twilight summer series hosted by Port River Sailing Club is resuming on Thursday 21 January 2021 at 5 pm with a BYO barbecue to follow. It will run through to 11th March 2021. It is of course subject to Covid 19 restrictions that apply such as social distancing which can easily be met at that venue. See the full program organised by our RC Laser sailors under the Sailing / RC Lasers menu tab.
Visitors and all classes of boats from any of the Clubs or inactive sailors will again be welcome. In particular we'd like to see more of the IOM's & ML45's turnout to join the fleet. The Port River sailing Club is proving to be a second home for the MLMYC with it's larger less covid restricted facilities. They are wonderful hosts making sure it's a good time for all. The after sailing very casual dinner is an optional highlight we all look forward to.
Come and give it a try. There will always be someone to help launch and retrieve if you dont want to get your feet wet.The salt water is not a problem with plenty of room to wash the boat. There is always a recovery boat on hand so no one has to swim for it.
CLIPPER SHIP ACTIVITIES
Restoration work on the ship is continuing. Well worth a visit at it's new home at Dock 2. Visit their facebook page or web site https://www.cityofadelaide.org.au/
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