Thanks to Scott McDonald for the fast work he performed to compile the Race 3 video from the rough footage I managed to grab and from some footage taken by Scott from Pastime II.
I can compile individual Classic Yacht footage of a shorter length or photos if requested.
Here’s the link,
It’s a fraction over 9 minutes in duration and has shots of all the entrants on the day.
One more note. The people associated with the Australian Register of Historic Vessels have asked the Association to assist them with a survey of for opinions about the ARHV, it’s purpose and suggestions regarding its future.
This Association works closely with and supports the work and purpose of the ARHV.
To date we have 19 of our Classic Yachts listed with the ARHV.
This support is a two way street. The Association is represented on the ARHV council by Damian Purcell. We can continue our support of the ARHV by taking some time to look over and respond to the survey questions.
Here’s the survey link https://www.surveymonkey.
Below are some comments from the ARHV people
The ARHV is a national collaborative program aiming to promote, record and preserve Australia’s surviving historic craft. It was developed by the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) in association with the Sydney Heritage Fleet and is managed by the ANMM.
The ARHV is now six years old. It holds information on more than 500 craft, with 95 reference pages or entries on owners, designers, builders, communities, places and events.
It contains close to 3000 images of people and their boats, including about 130 plans and 12 multimedia pieces.
In short there is a huge wealth of material in the ARHV and now we want to get it out, and make the entire program more open, lively and participatory.
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