Cook Islands’ natural talent for sailing shone through at the Rarotonga Sailing Club’s successful open day on Saturday morning.
Club commodore Tom McDonald said: “Members old and new turned out to register and get stuck into another year of sailing. It was fantastic to see the hustle and bustle return to the club.
“The amount of local sailing talent is huge. Cook Islanders are natural seafarers and this was evident when curious new members set foot in the boats for the first time and looked right at home.”
On the day, the club offered all comers sailing boat and vaka rides from its Muri base, and on shore a sausage sizzle and lolly scramble went down a treat with the crowds.
McDonald says 2020 is shaping up to be a big year for the club with a range of sailing and social activities planned.
“We have learn to sail courses for adults and kids, club sailing every Saturday and for our spectators, coffees and frozen passion-fruit margaritas on the deck usually hit the spot. Rarotonga Sailing Club has something for everyone. 2020 is our 80th year and promises to be one to remember. Come and be a part of it.”
Don’t worry if you missed the open day, you can contact the club to register your interest.
“New members are always welcome. Get on board,” McDonald said.
RSC gratefully acknowledges the support of the following sponsors: flotilla sponsors: Muri Beachcomber, Magic Reef, Aroa Vegeland, sailing team sponsors: Muri Vista Villas, Lagoon Breeze, Island Car and Bike Hire, Sunset Resort, Air NZ, Rarotonga Brewery, development sponsors: Sails Restaurant, Captain Tama’s, Sands Villas and coaching sponsor: Pacific Resort. Sex video chat is like an anonymous community that has managed to gather in itself, and unite people who think in the same plane, and want the same thing. Namely, to use live sex cam to find a partner, and to satisfy mutual fantasies with him. Lovely responsive girls are happy to discuss with you any of your ideas and comfort you in all possible ways – in a bad mood to leave our site you will not succeed!
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