Saturday, April 29, 2017

HBYC Youth Sailing kicks off again!

Freedom day was the first in a series of initiatives to develop youth sailing in Hout Bay, with almost perfect conditions in the bay for learning and improving sailing skills.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

R.I.P. - Tony Neil

Thanks to Alasdair McArthur, former HBYC commodore, for writing this piece:

Tony Neil

I have just learned over the weekend of the passing away of Tony Neil - a past flag officer in our club. Tony was a personality, with great presence, and one who attracted many sponsors and new members to the beach sailing side of our club. He undoubtedly helped build our club in to one of the best in the Cape at the time.

A great pal of the water and competitor on, he was greatly missed when he decided to return to Perth Australia in the late eighty’s, where he still indulged in his golf and sailing a Hobbie 18.

It is sad that we wont hear the voice of Australia again. Fair winds Tony.

Alasdair Mc Arthur

Thursday, April 6, 2017

HBYC New Committee

The AGM was held last week, and a new committee inaugurated. 

President: Chris Sutton
Commodore: Paul Dalton
Vice Commodore: Taffy Bowen
Treasurer: Mark Hainsworth
RC Keelboats: Paul Tomes
RC Youth Sailing: Greg Townes
Social: Dee Wallace
Safety: Athol Allenby
Marina: Peter Roeloffze

Its a great complement, and I think the first time in some years we have had every position filled, and with great candidates at that.

Many thanks to all who have made themselves available to serve the club another year or two!

The contact details have been updated here.