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Kai Tak
International Watersports Centre

Kai TakIt’s time for an update on progress
towards the creation of this important
addition to the Kai Tak Sports Hub, the proposed multi-sports development on
the site of the old airport at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong...
 
Cruising comments
The Terraillon Macau Race in September saw light winds on the outward leg, but we had a blast of a reach back across the estuary . . . in all a great weekend. Our next Chinese New Year Macau Race, from the 28th to the 30th of January 2017, will be our 50th anniversary so we are looking to make it a special occasion. More in the next edition of Fragrant Harbour . . .
 
Sports Boats
On the first day of the Sports Boats Nationals, Saturday, the 12th of November 2016, the race area off Clearwater Bay was experiencing 1.5-metre swells and a 6-knot breeze, occasionally 10 knots. The fleet consisted of a GP26, two J-70s and eight Magic 25s.
 
SIBEX
SIBEX was again held this year at the Shenzhen Sevenstar Yacht Club. It attracted a number of Mainland builders and dealers but few from Hong Kong showed up...
 
The seventh edition of the Macau International Dinghy Regatta began on Saturday, the 18th of June 2016, in a moderate to fresh breeze, under a clear, sunny sky. There were 44 entries, with the biggest ever Optimist fleet of 22 sailors. Altogether, 68 sailors took part. . . .
 
 
 
 
Tides for Quarry Bay

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