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The November edition of Australian Cherub News with info on NSW STates, Henley Centennary abd the Cherub Nationals.
Australian Cherub News

Cherub Re-Birth

Wayne Torpy from Belmont has a wealth of experience in Cherub construction.  In the past he as built from scratch two Cherubs 3136 Beaver Fever and 3152 Enough Rope while also completing magical rejuvenations of Cherubs 3070, 3155 and 3099, bring tired older boats back up to fully competitive specifications.
 
This winter Wayne has taken on the full re-build of  3104 which had been known as Passing Show. After purchasing the boat he found that  little of the previous frames decks and floor were worth keeping and therefore stripped the boat back to virtually a bare shell before building it back up to full hull using “state of the art” materials and techniques

In This Issue

  • Cherub Re-Birth
  • NSW States Round One
  • Henley Centennary
  • Cherubs Go Ape
  • Cherub Nationals 
November 2011 

NSW States Round One

After the first round of racing for the NSW State Championships Kris Fay and Morgan Frew have a handy lead from Trevor Fay and Nathan Chipchase.  Full results are now available at Cherub Central.  An account of the racing can be found at Sail-World.com.

Henley Sailing Club Centennary

 Henley Sailing Club in Adelaide is celebrating its centenary this year with a number of events planned to remember the fine contribution that the Club has made to the South Australian sailing scene. The Club has a long association with the Cherub class having been the host of our National Championships on seven occasions and the World Championships in 1976.  The Club is keen to make contact with former Cherub sailors from Henley.  If you are one of those please call Henley Sailing Club.

Cherubs Go Ape

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Cherub Nationals

The Queensland Cherub Association is pleased to announce Bidvest Food Service as the major sponsor of the Nationals to be held at Keppel Bay Sailing Club at Yeppoon from 28 December to 4 January.  Bidvest join Deck Hardware, Zhik and Dimension Polyant Sailcloth as Championship sponsors.  Full details and Notice of Race  can be found at Cherub Central. 
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