Thank you to all who have paid your subs for the 2019-20 season……a reminder invoice for those who haven’t has been sent as these are now overdue.
The 2020 Classic Vessel Register has been posted to all current members and will be forwarded to you on receipt of unpaid subs.
Look forward to hearing from you: email@example.com
You will notice the Forum has been archived and we will use Facebook for your queries and comments. The forum was bombarded with spam and eventually became unusable. Hopefully we will be saved from this by using our facebook page in the future and look forward to your comments CYA Facebook
It has come to our attention some members missed the notice and link to complete the form to ensure your updated contact & vessel details were included in the 2020 Register.
It is very important to us to have your vessel in our Register so please contact Joyce if you were one of these unlucky members so we can ensure you will be contacted prior to the next Register being published and included.
Reach Joyce via firstname.lastname@example.org
The Buchanan Collection of yacht photographs is now online and highly recommended for viewing – a wonderful way to spend any spare time. Read more.
NZ TRADITIONAL BOATBUILDING SCHOOL
Details of future courses will be advised when to hand.
For further details and information http://nztbs.org.nz/courses
It is with sadness that we acknowledge the death of Roly Moreland, a very long-time and loyal CYA member (member #184). Roly was in his 95th year and passed peacefully on 17 April 2020.
NEWS & VIEWS FROM AROUND NEW ZEALAND:
We would love to hear what you are doing in Wellington, Lyttelton and absolutely anywhere there is a classic boat in the water!
Your contributions and ideas would be so welcome - and please do let us know if you are restoring a vessel, planning an event or would just like to share a classic experience with us. We would LOVE to hear from you and share your story
A HUGE THANK YOU AND A WELCOME
With a changing of the guard in the production of Sheerlines, it's time to acknowledge the enormous commitment made for some time by our hard-working CYA Chair, James Mortimer. He took Sheerlines from a basic news bulletin to a classy production. Thank you SO MUCH, James.
We are delighted to announce that as of this edition of Sheerlines we have a new editor – welcome Robyn Pearce, and a big thank you from the committee.
Robyn is an experienced writer and we’re sure you will enjoy her input and management of the newsletters.
(Joyce wrote those kind words, and is the main scribe. My role is primarily to get the newsletter out - I'm just the keyboarder, learning more refinements of email newsletter systems and happy to help in this way. Robyn.)