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1989 plan Robert Hick, built by Hyck Yachts in Williamstown, largeur: 2,60m...

  Australia has a tradition of local sail number prefixes. In this case G represents the city of Geelong.


1990 April "Offshore",

126th Australia Day Regatta At Geelong: 1er Royal YC of Vistoria
Petersville Regatta: 1 - 1 - 3 - 8 - 3 - 1 = 1er/?? IOR, Robert HICK
April "Offshore"

ORC Victoria Winter Series: 1st/?? IOR

1991 Petersville Regatta, Melbourne: 3 - 5 - 1 - 4 - 6 - 1 = 1st/??
Comment and pictures from Facebook 2021,
"Owner Andrew Coulter asked me if I would to sail the boat in the 1991 Petersville Regatta as he was busy sailing on Einstein. It wa an honour as I had seen the boat being built a number of times plus raced against it. Luckily we kept its winning reputation in tact by winning that regatta. Ever grateful to Andrew’s belief in us. We found it a quick boat in a breeze and light as long as you carried the weight. In the crew below on the far left is a young Nick Moloney whio went onto do amazing things in the ocean globally. Leisa Hartnett Sailing Shack — avec Craig Sheers"

1992 Petersville Regatta: 1er/??

Robert HICK has performed well on Corio Bay for many years and always taken part in the Geelong
Week of racing over the Australia Day Weekend.

2005 Skandia Geelong Week: 13e/21 Div 2, Michael JANSEN

2006 Skandia Geelong Week: DNC/46 Div C, Michael JANSEN

2007 Skandia Geelong Week: 32e/56 PHD DivC, Michael JANSEN

2008 New paint.

2009 Skandia Geelong Week: 5e/54 ECH DivC, Michael JANSEN
For Sale, AUS$11.5k (€8k)

2010 Sold

2015 October, picture from Dutch QT Facebook, "She has a reputation for being a light wind flyer!"