Antartic Centennial Flotilla
SailTime Hobart's 37 foot Beneteau Yacht, Reflection, sails back to it's home of Oyster Cove Marina, Kettering in the beautiful D'Entrecasteaux Channel in under 4 hours, passing Sandy Bay, Taroona, the Alum Cliffs, entrance to Storm Bay, Tinderbox and North West Bay and on into the waters sheltered by North Bruny Island.
It is great to have new members on board, enjoying every opportunity to explore the waterways and enjoy great sailing weather. Some of our members are preparing to participate in the Sydney to Hobart on other vessels, cruising with their families on Reflection and others building experience and skills as skipper, to look at future boat ownership. Reflection this year will be partiicpating in the Launceston to Hobart Race skippered by Reflection boat owner and SailTime Hobart base owner David Pring. The boat has been prepared and has passed all safety and annual MAST survey checks with flying colours and is ready to cruise north for the start from Beauty Point on the 27th December 2011. Track progress of SailTime Hobart Yacht Reflection in the L2H. www.l2h.com.au
SailTime Hobart has also partnered with Boat Sales Tasmania who stock the latest Jeanneau Luxury Yachts and we are keen to discuss boat ownership options in SailTIme Hobart. If you are considering buying a boat consider either affordable annual SailTime membership or the option of a 3-5 year managed, maintenance free and suprisingly attractive luxury Jeanneau boat ownership as a SailTime boat owner.
New memberships are available for Reflection based at Kettering from as little as $640 per month plus once of joining fee of $1200. We offer trial sails and the opportunity to join now to enjoy sailing with your families the expansive sail area including Derwent River in Hobart,The Channel and Norfolk Bay this summer holidays.