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An original Oil on Canvas, W101.6cm x  H 50.8cm x D 1.7cm.Sides white, unframed, with a wire across the back, ready to Hang.

I have raced 3 times in the Gosford to Lord Howe Island Race. Unfortunately the race is no longer held. The start was off Barrenjoey then up the coast past the Skillion then yachts make their own decisions on the best course to Lord Howe Island. Some head straight for the island (Rhumbline) others head north along the coast before heading out for the Island. Expected weather pays a big part in these decisions.

Often towards Newcastle, coal ships waiting to enter the port lay anchored. After the first night it is usual to not sight another yacht until almost upon Lord Howe Island. This painting portrays the sea state off shore on the first afternoon towards Newcastle with a coal ship anchored off shore. Another yacht is nearby but partly hidden behind an ocean swell.

Race Gosford to Lord Howe ( sold)

Geoff Hargraves

AUD$680
Size: 101.6w x 50.8h x 1.7d cms
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An original Oil on Canvas, W101.6cm x  H 50.8cm x D 1.7cm.Sides white, unframed, with a wire across the back, ready to Hang.

I have raced 3 times in the Gosford to Lord Howe Island Race. Unfortunately the race is no longer held. The start was off Barrenjoey then up the coast past the Skillion then yachts make their own decisions on the best course to Lord Howe Island. Some head straight for the island (Rhumbline) others head north along the coast before heading out for the Island. Expected weather pays a big part in these decisions.

Often towards Newcastle, coal ships waiting to enter the port lay anchored. After the first night it is usual to not sight another yacht until almost upon Lord Howe Island. This painting portrays the sea state off shore on the first afternoon towards Newcastle with a coal ship anchored off shore. Another yacht is nearby but partly hidden behind an ocean swell.