Little Ship CLub

HISTORY IN PICTURES

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Chronological

2000 - Present

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1990 - 2000

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1980 - 1990

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Visual

2000 - Present
“Gypsy Waters” Taken when dad Tony was the Little Ship Club Commodore, it would have been the Easter Saturday Sailpast as it always was at Easter back then, so the year was either 1976 or 1977, pictured left to right are, Mark Neilson, Greg Neilson, Lyn Neilson (RIP), PCLM Tony Neilson, Karen Neilson, and from memory, the Navy Chaplain and his wife. ( And thanks very much to Sue Hale née Bliss for the pic which was taken from her family’s boat at the time, “Ardath” Roy Bliss (RIP))

“Gypsy Waters” Taken when dad Tony was the Little Ship Club Commodore, it would have been the Easter Saturday Sailpast as it always was at Easter back then, so the year was either 1976 or 1977, pictured left to right are, Mark Neilson, Greg Neilson, Lyn Neilson (RIP), PCLM Tony Neilson, Karen Neilson, and from memory, the Navy Chaplain and his wife. ( And thanks very much to Sue Hale née Bliss for the pic which was taken from her family’s boat at the time, “Ardath” Roy Bliss (RIP))

1990 - 2000
1980 - 1990
1980 - 1970
RIP Little Ship Club Past Commodore Ray Lawson of "Peg-Ray" fame back in the 70's and 80's.
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