Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron at Outer Harbor
This is one of an occasional series of publications by Peter Last, Honorary Historian relating to the history of Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron. They are all copyright to the author. As at August, 2001 they are — South Australian Yacht Club 1869–1891: Minutes, Members, Officials, and Vessels. Newspaper Cuttings 1889–1949
The Rymill Gifts
The Story of the Nyrocas (First Edition)
Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron: A History of Seamanship and Fellowship. First three chapters, namely The Geographical Imperative, The Club House and High Passions.
The Dewhirsts: Their Involvement in the South Australian Yacht Club and Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron 1880–1925. (First Edition)
A Tin Shed in a Swamp: Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron at Outer Harbor (Second Edition)
Bundey’s Boats:An account of William Henry Bundey and his yachts, with a note on Sir William Milne’s Hygiea. Extensively transcribed from WH Bundey’s 1888 book with the brief title Yachting in Australia
The Fishers (First Edition)
Captain Lindsay’s log of the yacht Edith, 1871.
Francis Villiers Sanderson: Commodore 1903–09 and 1920–22, Life Member 1911 (Second Edition)
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