Archive for the ‘News’ Category

Holiday the leisurely Halvorsen Way

Written by commodore
Monday, 15 Nov 2010

Thanks to Jan Hunter and Peter Arnold for digging this gem up from the archives.


Classic & Wooden Boat Festival 2010 – By Tony MacKay

Written by commodore
Monday, 15 Nov 2010

Classic & Wooden Boat Festival 2010

Feature your boat

Written by commodore
Thursday, 4 Nov 2010

Have a story to tell? Send us the details on your pride and joy to share with other interested members.

Here is an example from Peter & Maureen Burmeister of their 38ft Special Cruiser : –  Endeavour

Submit your boat here

Restoration of Hanuka

Written by commodore
Friday, 17 Sep 2010

Havent seen the forums yet? Check out this post by Gary on the restoration of Hanuka


Written by commodore
Saturday, 11 Sep 2010

Looking to update the brightwork.

Fantastic varnishing ariticle from Trade-a-boat and Tony MacKay added to the Info Section

Classic & Wooden Boat Festival

Written by commodore
Friday, 10 Sep 2010

Here is a photo from last years festival

About the Club

Written by admin
Monday, 16 Aug 2010

Interested to know more about the club.

We have recently updated the membership page.

Check it out here

New Gallery

Written by admin
Sunday, 15 Aug 2010


New images added from the archives.

Check out the photos page


Find a Halvo

Written by admin
Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010

Interactive site provided by the Australian National Maritime Museum to seach vessel photos and blue prints


Australian Wooden Boat Festival Tasmania

Written by admin
Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010

The Australian Wooden Boat Festival has blossomed into one of the top maritime events in the world.   The Festival celebrates the strong maritime links Australia has with the sea, its early history and its current expertise in boat building.   Staged on Hobart’s historic Sullivan’s Cove waterfront docks, the scene is alive with maritime activity including an enormous collection of wooden boats of all descriptions, a big display of model boats, many permanent and temporary food outlets with an emphasis on fresh Tasmanian seafood, nautical skill demonstrations, live music and theatre, boat handling demonstrations, trade exhibitions, community groups and much more