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Biddy made an executive decision and organised for Grace's parents to pick up one from the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.
I extend our appreciation to the Flag Officers, member and volunteers of the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, our finishing partners since 1945.
Once again, the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania and the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia have worked together in planning.
Robert 'Biddy' Badenach and Rowan Johnston, both past Commodores of the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, for the past 50 years have between them hold the vital position of finish co-coordinator of the Sydney Hobart Race, a vital role that includes liaising with the CYCA and the race committee, bringing together the many volunteers involved in the race finish, as well as liaising with Tasmanian government, civic, port and water police authorities.
Two years later, well-known Hobart yachtsman GA Roberts bought the yawl, renamed her Hermeone and raced her with the Derwent Sailing Squadron and the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.
Sandy Bay Sailing Club and the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, skippered Gold CoastAustralia to a remarkable victory in the 2011-2012 Clipper Round the World Race, completed just last year.
A year or so ago an elderly member of the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania presented me with a bundle of old Seacraft magazines published in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
In AMS, Invincible won six of the seven races on corrected time to finish with eight points, ten clear of Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania rival Intrigue (Don Calvert).