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2023-2024 SUMMER SERIES

Incorporating the gold cup, club championship and pointscore competitions.

Queensland Cruising Yacht Club’s summer racing calendar begins in September with the Bribie Cup Yacht Race. Three races spread over September and October make up the Flag Officers Series. The second series of the calendar, the Bramble Bay series starts with two races in November, one in December and one in February. The Heritage Series commences in February with the Ken O’Brien Memorial Race, followed by the Pearl Channel Race in March and the Life Members Race in April.

These eleven races combined make up the Club Championship competition for both monohulls and multihulls. Monohulls may also compete for the Gold Cup, which includes all the above races, plus the Night Series and Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race.

The Surf to City Yacht Race is hosted by the Club in January and is part of the Ocean Points Score competition, along with the Fairway Challenge (a MBBC event) and the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race. These events are covered by separate Notices of Race and Sailing Instructions, as is the Bribie Cup Yacht Race.

All races are open to non QCYC members however, non QCYC members are not eligible for Gold Cup, Club Championship or Pointscore points or placings.

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Offshore race fleet. Pic - Ged Goodwin Photography

Records made in Queensland’s Surf to City Yacht Race

The 2022 Surf to City Yacht Race, hosted by the Queensland Cruising Yacht Club (QCYC), was sailed from the Gold Coast to Shorncliffe on Saturday January 22 incorporating both inshore and offshore fleets.

There were 75 entries with some late withdrawals.

The delivery south on the Friday proved to be an endurance exercise for many of the offshore fleet as an extreme weather system caused very strong south easterly winds and a short, sharp chop in the northern areas of Moreton Bay. Fortunately, most of the inshore competitors were able to trailer their yachts to Southport thus avoiding the unpleasant delivery.

Southport Yacht Club’s newly completed Super Yacht Berth allowed any yacht who required a berth to moor safely overnight. Due to Covid restrictions, the Friday night briefing was broadcast via Zoom and Facebook. This worked very well with the exception of some minor microphone issues and all competitors were able to acquire the relevant information

The total reach on the Race Facebook page in the 28 day period pre and post race was over 7,500 people.

Inshore race:

Thirty monohulls and 17 multihulls lined up for the Saturday morning start.

The inshore fleet were led off by the multihulls at 9.10 am, followed by the faster monohulls ten minutes later then by the remaining monohulls at 9.30am. The start sequence is designed so that the combined fleets do not all meet up at the narrowest section of the course at Jacobs Well.

The starts were without incidents and all yachts enjoyed running conditions for the first leg. As predicted Parabellum, an extreme 40 catamaran, skippered by Joel Berg, soon left the fleet in their wake. Crank, Andrew Wickland, one of the favourites for monohull line honours, was an early casualty having dropped their mast and retired to Horizon Shores. Peow Peow, Gavin Arnold, reported taking a swim but fortunately recovered to finish the race.

Parabellum on a reach. The city in the background.

4 Shaw, Stephen Broadbent, another monohull line honours favourite suffered equipment failure and was forced to retire. Local Doyle sailmaker, Charles Baker on board his yacht More Dough proved it was self-righting however did suffer damage to the bow prodder whilst doing so but managed to still get to the finish line.

Towards the back of the fleet, Madman, Neil Finlayson’s recently refurbished Ross 780 lay down off Peel Island and took some time to recover. Elles Belles, Chris Noble, dropped their spinnaker and stood by in case assistance was required as did Joanne Brodie, Daniel deBuriatte. Fortunately, Madman recovered and finished the race.

Race officials, Harley Cowlishaw and his wife Ann, had waited at Southport for the offshore fleet to start at 10am before driving to QCYC at Shorncliffe. When they were at Yatala, Brian Richards aboard his Peel Island check boat, phoned to report that Parabellum had just passed them and in Brian’s words: “You could water-ski behind them.”

The finish boat, Shoestring 11, manned by the owners John Hughan and his wife Therese were only able to set the finish line up after noon due to tidal restraints. Fortunately, the line was set in time to see Parabellum cross at 12.16.31 with an elapsed time of three hours six minutes 31 seconds smashing the previous race record and over an hour ahead of the second placed multihull Ritalin, Craig Humphries.

The monohull fleet was led home by Lambourdini 11, David Lambourne, in a time of five hours six minutes 38 seconds closely followed by Scratch, Patrick Hanlon, five hours seven minutes 42 seconds.

Lambourdini 11 on a two-sail reach in clear blue waters.

Overall inshore results:

Line honours multihull – Parabellum (Extreme 40) Joel Berg, (race record).

Line Honours monohull – Lambourdini 11 (Masrm 8) David Lambourne

For the full results see: https://www.surftocity.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/INSHORE-Results-Sheet-V1-Prov-for-Publication.pdf

Offshore race:

The fleet of 24 monohulls which included four two handed and four multihulls had to contend with a very sloppy Gold Coast Seaway to get to the 10am start. All yachts weathered the Seaway with the exception of Morning Star, Jack Kliner, which experienced some engine issues but fortunately managed to rectify the problem and started the race 30 minutes behind the fleet.

Kerazy, Shane McKay, having recently repaired a broken boom vang which occurred during the Sail Paradise regatta in early January had the same fitting fail once again and had to withdraw just before the start.

The fleet experienced 20 knot south easterly winds with gusts up to 30 knots for their ride North outside Stradbroke and Moreton Islands. Not a diamond, David Redfern took an early monohull lead from Kerumba, Tam Faragher and Yeah Baby Flow Sails, Andy Lamont. They were soon overtaken by the first multihull Rushour, Drew Carruthers, which went on to break the multihull record in a time of six hours 56 minutes 52 seconds which is close to breaking the overall offshore record currently held by Black Jack.

All yachts experienced an exhilarating ride North. The Two-Handed Division had some first time entrants. Italian Job, Tom Johnson and crewed by Steve North, recorded speeds of 19 knots whilst Jenesis, Michael Andrews reported that it was a great learning curve.

Not a Diamond held on to claim the offshore monohull line honours with an elapsed time of eight hours 51 minutes 40 seconds, 28 minutes ahead of Kerumba in second place.

Considering the testing conditions, all offshore yachts completed the course with reports of only minor gear breakages. Blunderbuss, Danielle Hutcheson, lost their stuffed Lama mascot whilst sailing in the north east channel only to have it found on the shores of Bribie Island a few days later (thanks to social media) and returned, washed and no worse for wear after quite a long swim.

Overall offshore results:

Line honours multihull – Rushour ( Drew 15), Drew Carruthers (race record)

PHRF multihull – Rushour, Drew Carruthers OMR multihull – Chill Pill (Schionning G Force), Wayne Bloomer

Line honours monohull – Not a Diamond (Hudson Hake HH 42), David Redfern

PHRF overall – Not a Diamond, David Redfern

IRC overall – Not a Diamond, David Redfern

Two-handed – Apriori (Farr 11.6 Mod), Trevor Hill

ORCi Flyaway – Paul-Stratacare (Beneteau First 47.7), Jim O’Hare

AMS – Sassy (Walker 11), Phil Lazzarini

Veteran – Sassy (Walker 11), Phil Lazzarini

For the full results see: https://www.surftocity.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/OFFSHORE-Results-Sheet-V1-Prov-for-Publication.pdf

A huge thank-you needs to again be extended to all personnel at the Southport Yacht Club who assisted in making this event a success, and also our sponsors:

Gladstone Ports Corporation

Australiawide Boat Sales

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The generous assistance provided by the check boat skippers, Brian Richards on Spectrum, Blake Boulton on Trump Card and John and Therese Hughan on the finishing boat Shoestring II, was much appreciated.

Special thanks need to go to Ann Carter who spent endless hours on the computer assisting competitors with their entries and enquires.

By QCYC Sailing Committee

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  • This Week In Sailing – 26th January 2023

SURF TO CITY YACHT RACE 2023 (SSSA)

This past weekend was the 30 th anniversary of the annual Surf to City Yacht Race , organised and hosted by the Queensland Cruising Yacht Club assisted by SYC.  This race consists of two fleets, both Inshore and Offshore starting and finishing at the same place.

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Some fantastic results by our SYC representatives:

Monohull – Inshore (PHS)

4 th           4 Shaw                                Stephen Broadbent

6 th            Cool Change                       Colin Metcher

7 th           Still Crazy                            Peter Lahey

8 th            Blue Eagle                           Stephen Brough

11 th         Mister Bojangles                  Michael Small

16 th          Christina                              Scott Jones

19 th         Saskia II                              Steve Furlong

20 th         Rumba                                 Peter Karlovic

Multihull – Inshore

9 th           Coconuts                             Robert Engwirda

Monohull – Offshore (PHS )

2 nd          Black Diamond                    Glenn Burrell

9 th           Hot Seat                              Cath Levings

14 th         Blunderbuss                        Danielle Hutcheson

Inshore Results – https://app.sailsys.com.au/club/37/results/series/1974/races/14831?handicap=5

Offshore Results – https://app.sailsys.com.au/club/37/results/series/1975/races/14830?handicap=s

Photo courtesy Tanja Prell

WORLD SAILING

World Sailing CEO David Graham pens a letter to Para Sailors around the world.

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Read more:  https://www.sailing.org/2023/01/23/open-letter-from-world-sailing-ceo-david-graham-to-para-sailors-around-the-world/?fbclid=IwAR0a7JyxirKn6CjGBs3wACclkq6aXB9govpk8UQL8lK0FPma7t_acegSl2Q

THIS WEEK @ OXENFORD WATERSPORT CENTRE AND SQUAD UPDATE

By: Michaela Hanson

The end of the school holidays has seen us busy at SYC Oxenford.  Private boat and stand-up paddle hires, Adult Learn to Sail, Tackers 1 and Out There Sailing Level 1 fast track courses.  It’s been exciting to see the interest in sailing develop across age groups and genders.  We would also like to praise one of our young female sailing mentors, Gabby Latter, who stepped up with a moment’s notice to deliver a lesson to the teenagers in Out There Sailing Level 1 on the Wind Window, great job Gabby!

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She Sails 2023

The first event of the year was another success for continuing to introduce females to the joy of sailing. We are finding a lot of women love the casual format and experience, one of our participants said she felt like she’d found her ‘tribe’, what a huge compliment to the She Sails Team!

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has and plans on becoming a regular She Sails Team volunteer.  It is thanks to your help that we can offer female participants a stress-free and fun experience of learning to sail for the first time.

As we steadily develop our social She Sails events, we also have begun to develop what is on offer.  On Sunday 19th February we are holding a split event with half the group doing SUP Fitness followed by Sailing and the other half doing Windsurfing.  On Sunday 26th March we will be running our first joint junior (7-14yrs) and adult (14yrs+) She Sails event.

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Click the below link to either register your interest or join us for one of these events:

https://www.revolutionise.com.au/southportyc/events/117490/

Upcoming Events:

  • Free Sailing Saturday 28th January

Registration is required, click the below link to register:

https://www.revolutionise.com.au/southportyc/events/169396/

1hr Session times are 10-11am and 11am-Noon

Participants can only register for one event.  Giving youth an opportunity to try sailing before committing to join us for a course.

  • Tackers 1 & Out There Sailing Level 1

Beginner sailing for ages 7-12yrs (Tackers 1) and 12-17yrs (Out There) starting Saturday 4th February 2023 from 8.30-11.30am

  • Tackers 2 & 3

Sailing for ages 7-12yrs who have already completed the courses prior starting Saturday 4th February from Noon-3pm

  • Squad & Junior Fleet (SYC Hollywell)

Squad starting Thursday 2nd February 2023 from 4-6pm

Junior Fleet Starting Saturday 28th January 2023 from 10am-Noon

UPCOMING SAILING EVENTS

CAT Weekend – S aturday-Sunday 11th-12th February – Entry Link Here

The Great Race – S aturday-Sunday 25th-26th February 

Two Handed Race – S aturday 11th March

CLUB RACING UPDATE

Offshore division  .

Summer  Passage Series – Current Results Link Here

Summer RTC Series – Current Results Link Here

INSHORE DIVISION

Summer  RTC Series – Current Results Link Here

Summer JaM Series – Current Results Link Here

Summer Passage Series – Current Results Link Here

THURSDAY TWILIGHT DIVISION

Thursday Twilight Summer Series  – Current Results Link Here

OFF THE BEACH CATAMARAN DIVISION

Championship Series Races –  Current Results Link Here

OFF THE BEACH DINGHY DIVISION

Championship Series  – c urrent Results Link Here

Sprint Series  – c urrent Results Link Here

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The Akademik Lomonosov was connected to the power grid in December 2019, and put into commercial operation in May 2020.

Electricity generation from the FNPP at the end of 2023 amounted to 194 GWh. The population of Pevek is just over 4,000 people. However, the plant can potentially provide electricity to a city with a population of up to 100,000. The FNPP solved two problems. Firstly, it replaced the retiring capacities of the Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant, which has been operating since 1974, as well as the Chaunskaya Thermal Power Plant, which is more than 70 years old. It also supplies power to the main mining enterprises located in western Chukotka. In September, a 490 km 110 kilovolt power transmission line was put into operation connecting Pevek and Bilibino.

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For the first time Rosatom Fuel Division supplied fresh nuclear fuel to the world’s only floating nuclear cogeneration plant in the Arctic

The fuel was supplied to the northernmost town of Russia along the Northern Sea Route.

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The first in the history of the power plant refueling, that is, the replacement of spent nuclear fuel with fresh one, is planned to begin before 2024. The manufacturer of nuclear fuel for all Russian nuclear icebreakers, as well as the Akademik Lomonosov FNPP, is Machinery Manufacturing Plant, Joint-Stock Company (MSZ JSC), a company of Rosatom Fuel Company TVEL that is based in Elektrostal, Moscow Region.

The FNPP includes two KLT-40S reactors of the icebreaking type. Unlike convenient ground-based large reactors (that require partial replacement of fuel rods once every 12-18 months), in the case of these reactors, the refueling takes place once every few years and includes unloading of the entire reactor core and loading of fresh fuel into the reactor.

The cores of KLT-40 reactors of the Akademik Lomonosov floating power unit have a number of advantages compared to the reference ones: a cassette core was used for the first time in the history of the unit, which made it possible to increase the fuel energy resource to 3-3.5 years between refuelings, and also reduce the fuel component of the electricity cost by one and a half times. The FNPP operating experience formed the basis for the designs of reactors for nuclear icebreakers of the newest series 22220. Three such icebreakers have been launched by now.

For the first time the power units of the Akademik Lomonosov floating nuclear power plant were connected to the grid in December 2019, and put into commercial operation in May 2020. The supply of nuclear fuel from Elektrostal to Pevek and its loading into the second reactor is planned for 2024. The total power of the Akademik Lomonosov FNPP, supplied to the coastal grid of Pevek without thermal energy consumption on shore, is about 76 MW, being about 44 MW in the maximum thermal power supply mode. The FNPP generated 194 million kWh according to the results of 2023. The population of Pevek is just a little more than 4 thousand, while the FNPP has a potential for supplying electricity to a city with a population of up to 100 thousand people. After the FNPP commissioning two goals were achieved. These include first of all the replacement of the retiring capacities of the Bilibino NPP, which has been operating since 1974, as well as the Chaunskaya TPP, which has already been operating for more than 70 years. Secondly, energy is supplied to the main mining companies in western Chukotka in the Chaun-Bilibino energy hub a large ore and metal cluster, including gold mining companies and projects related to the development of the Baimsk ore zone. In September 2023, a 110 kilovolt power transmission line with a length of 490 kilometers was put into operation, connecting the towns of Pevek and Bilibino. The line increased the reliability of energy supply from the FNPP to both Bilibino consumers and mining companies, the largest of which is the Baimsky GOK. The comprehensive development of the Russian Arctic is a national strategic priority. To increase the NSR traffic is of paramount importance for accomplishment of the tasks set in the field of cargo shipping. This logistics corridor is being developed due regular freight voyages, construction of new nuclear-powered icebreakers and modernization of the relevant infrastructure. Rosatom companies are actively involved in this work. Rosatom Fuel Company TVEL (Rosatom Fuel Division) includes companies fabricating nuclear fuel, converting and enriching uranium, manufacturing gas centrifuges, conducting researches and producing designs. As the only nuclear fuel supplier to Russian NPPs, TVEL supplies fuel for a total of 75 power reactors in 15 countries, for research reactors in nine countries, as well as for propulsion reactors of the Russian nuclear fleet. Every sixth power reactor in the world runs on TVEL fuel. Rosatom Fuel Division is the world’s largest producer of enriched uranium and the leader on the global stable isotope market. The Fuel Division is actively developing new businesses in chemistry, metallurgy, energy storage technologies, 3D printing, digital products, and decommissioning of nuclear facilities. TVEL also includes Rosatom integrators for additive technologies and electricity storage systems. Rosenergoatom, Joint-Stock Company is part of Rosatom Electric Power Division and one of the largest companies in the industry acting as an operator of nuclear power plants. It includes, as its branches, 11 operating NPPs, including the FNPP, the Scientific and Technical Center for Emergency Operations at NPPs, Design and Engineering as well as Technological companies. In total, 37 power units with a total installed capacity of over 29.5 GW are in operation at 11 nuclear power plants in Russia. Machinery Manufacturing Plant, Joint-Stock Company (MSZ JSC, Elektrostal) is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of fuel for nuclear power plants. The company produces fuel assemblies for VVER-440, VVER-1000, RBMK-1000, BN-600,800, VK-50, EGP-6; powders and fuel pellets intended for supply to foreign customers. It also produces nuclear fuel for research reactors. The plant belongs to the TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom.

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ROSATOM and FEDC agree to cooperate in the construction of Russia's first onshore SNPP

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  1. 2023 Results

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    Final 2022 Results now posted at Official Race Website: https://www.surftocity.com/entry/

  12. Final Results (2020)

    2023 Final results Inshore; 2023 Final Results Offshore; Yachts Entered; About. 2023 Race Report; 2022 Race Report; 2022 Final Results Inshore; 2022 Final Results Offshore; 2022 Revised ORCi; Final Results (2021) Final Results (2020) Final Results (2017) Final Results (2016) Photo Gallery (2015) Race Facts & Stats; Surf to City Videos. Final ...

  13. City2Surf (2023) Results

    13th August 2023 | Sydney, NSW, Australia. EN . English; Spanish; Russian; German; Home; Results. City2Surf Overall; Genders

  14. Summer Series

    The Surf to City Yacht Race is hosted by the Club in January and is part of the Ocean Points Score competition, along with the Fairway Challenge (a MBBC event) and the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race. ... 2023-2024 Current Results. Flag Officer Series. Night Race Series. 2022-2023 RESULTS. Flag Officer Series 2022. Bramble Bay Series. Gold Cup ...

  15. Records made in Queensland's Surf to City Yacht Race

    The 2022 Surf to City Yacht Race, hosted by the Queensland Cruising Yacht Club (QCYC), was sailed from the Gold Coast to Shorncliffe on Saturday January 22 incorporating both inshore and offshore fleets. ... Overall inshore results: Line honours multihull - Parabellum (Extreme 40) Joel Berg, (race record). Line Honours monohull ...

  16. This Week In Sailing

    SURF TO CITY YACHT RACE 2023 (SSSA) This past weekend was the 30th anniversary of the annual Surf to City Yacht Race, organised and hosted by the Queensland Cruising Yacht Club assisted by SYC. This race consists of two fleets, both Inshore and Offshore starting and finishing at the same place. Some fantastic results by…

  17. PDF THE GUIDE TO ENTERING

    • Verification of qualifying race or ocean passage - If you entered the 2023 Surf to City Yacht Race, QCYC will have a record of this. If not, you will need to upload evidence of your other qualifying race, e.g. a copy of the results, or a log of your ocean passage with images of your chart plotter etc., whichever is applicable.

  18. 2021 Full Results at the...

    2021 Full Results at the Official Race website linked below https://www.surftocity.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/2021-Results.pdf

  19. Qoin Sail Paradise 2023 and Summer of Sailing Series Australia

    The Surf to City Yacht Race (Ocean Course) In addition to "Trophy Accolades and Bragging Rights" for Qoin Sail Paradise 2023 (SP23) and The Summer of Sailing Series Australia (SSSA)", skippers are offered Free Berthing for all entered events and $1,000 SYC ClubCash will be given for those skippers who enter at least 3 of the series events.

  20. FCSH Vostok-Elektrostal vs Krasnye Zvezdy Moscow

    Sep 16, 2023 Krasnye Zvezdy Moscow 2 - 0 FCSH Vostok-Elektrostal 2 - 0 15:00 Jun 3, 2023 FCSH Vostok-Elektrostal 0 - 1 ... Kowloon City Live Matches 01:40 Deportes Quindio - Atletico Huila 01:00 ...

  21. First refuelling for Russia's Akademik Lomonosov floating NPP

    Rosatom's fuel company TVEL has supplied nuclear fuel for reactor 1 of the world's only floating NPP (FNPP), the Akademik Lomonosov, moored at the city of Pevek, in Russia's Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. The supply of fuel was transported along the Northern Sea Route. The first ever refuelling of the FNPP is planned to begin before the end of ...

  22. Field hockey

    Dinamo Elektrostal Moscow - Titles, trophies and places of honor. Men's Euro Hockey League since 2007/2008 (7 participations) . Best result : First Round in 2021/2022; EuroHockey Men's Club Trophy since 2008 . Best result : 1st

  23. For the first time Rosatom Fuel Division supplied fresh nuclear fuel to

    The FNPP generated 194 million kWh according to the results of 2023. The population of Pevek is just a little more than 4 thousand, while the FNPP has a potential for supplying electricity to a city with a population of up to 100 thousand people. ... In September 2023, a 110 kilovolt power transmission line with a length of 490 kilometers was ...