Saturday the 11th gave us a beautiful sunny day for our outing to watch the 16 footers in action. We commenced with a tasty luncheon at the club's restaurant (which may not have been a good idea for those poor sailors amongst us), then everyone headed over to board the historic ferry to chase the boats. Fortunately everyone managed to survive the mild conditions on the harbour without needing to feed the fish. All up we had a healthy 20 plus members attend, each vying for the best photo opportunity. It was a great afternoon and everyone enjoyed the day, especially those who saw the "hello sailor" moment from a passing cruiser. A very BIG thank you to Kirstin Sercombe for organising the day and who managed to get us all to and from the ferry in time. The expression "herding cats" was mentioned a few times.