Interclub Bay Cruise Committee

What Does the Committee Do?

Each year in February the Interclub Bay Cruise holds its Annual General Meeting, Flag Officers are elected and a new Committee of boating colleagues is formed to organise that year’s Cruise. It’s made up of people from all walks of life, who have one thing in common – a love of boating. Delegates from affiliated boat clubs are also nominated.

Committee meetings are held once month from March to September. New members who’d like to be involved in creating this fantastic event are always welcome … as many hands make light work. If you’d like to be part of the fun, contact our Secretary via email for details.

Peter Miller

Commodore

“Exile” – WMYC

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Dean Robertson

Secretary

“Arena”, RQYS

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Matt Lowe

Vice Commodore

“Sally” – LSC

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Rowan King

Treasurer

“Bloody Mary” – WMYC

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Jeff Hircock

Rear Commodore

“Wayne Douglas” – WMYC

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Anton Prange

Sponsorship Officer

“Revelation” – RQYS

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Graeme Sharp

Immediate Past Commodore

“Time Out” – RQYS

Delegates

Each year, delegates from affiliated boat clubs form part of the Interclub Bay Cruise Committee. Their input is invaluable and ensures that the Cruise is a successful event. If you’d like to find out more about your club’s delegate, get in touch with your club.

The club delegates for 2021 are:

B.O.A.T. Club (BOAT)
Andrew and Marion Petroff “Suzie II”

Breakfast Creek Boat Club (BCBC)
Jason Dutton “Jenny Lee”

Little Ship Club (LSC)
Bruce Phillips “Jamani”, Matt Lowe “Sally”

Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club (MBTBC)
Stephan Magnani “Kokomo”, Mark Arnold “Crackl’n Rose”

Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron (RQYS)
Graeme Sharp “Time Out”, James Tapp “Olive J”, Anton Prange “Revelation”

Southern Moreton Bay Boat Club (SMBBC)
Richard Ward “Yuanmi”

Southport Yacht Club (SYC)
Gordon Leck “Between Tides”

Wynnum Manly Yacht Club (WMYC)
Peter Miller “Exile”, Jeff Hircock “Wayne Douglas”, Rowan King “Bloody Mary”