2021 Itinerary

The itinerary for the 2021 Interclub Bay Cruise has now been announced and we’ll be visiting these fabulous destinations.

DAY 1: Saturday 18 September

Our first day will start off with a bang at Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron’s Canaipa venue on Russell Island. Meet up with new and old friends at this idyllic island facility.

Details on activities to come.

DAY 2: Sunday 19 September

We are excited to be visiting Little Ship Club again this year for lunch, and in the evening a bonfire back at RQYS Canaipa is planned. 

More details of the day’s activities to come.

DAY 3: Monday 20 September

On Monday morning we head south to B.O.A.T. Club — you can go either of two ways, south through the Canaipa Passage (for shallow draft vessels) or via the Western channel (for deeper draft vessels).

Details of activities to come.

DAY 4: Tuesday 21 September

Today our we enjoy another day in Tipplers Passage. You can grab a coffee or a bite to eat at Tipplers Licensed Café, take a walk across the island to the surf side, or just sit back and relax on your boat.

Details of activities to come.

DAY 5: Wednesday 22 September

Today we cruise south on the broadwater to an old favourite, Southport Yacht Club. When you arrive, feel free to avail yourself of the club’s facilities. Award winning restaurant and bars, laundry facilities and a fuel dock.

Details of activities to come.

DAY 6: Thursday 23 September

Nestled in behind the seaway and adjacent to VMR Southport is The Stadium, or Bum’s Bay as it is often called.  With sandy beaches all around, it is an ideal place for the kids to get their sandcastle game up to scratch.

Details of the day’s activities to come.

DAY 7: Friday 24 September

Today we head north to Sanctuary Cove Marina and Marine Village.

Details of activities to come.

Make sure you book a restaurant before we arrive. Please also support the retailers in the Marine Village.

DAY 8: Saturday 25 September

It’s time to farewell friends old and new, pencil in future rendezvous, and plan to meet again at the reunion lunch in a couple of month’s time as this year’s Cruise draws to a close for another year.

You can lift the hook and head for home or, for those lucky enough, continue on with their holiday itinerary until those pesky land-based obligations call.