Dear Member

Thank you for the support and trusting us to contribute to your mother’s enjoyment of Mother’s Day by bringing your mom to the club on Sunday for a bit of love and attention.

Progress Report on Point Development

In a meeting held last week between some PWC committee members and the Contractor for the Development, it was confirmed that the construction is on track time wise and that the 18 to 24 month time frame originally given for when the move to the new permanent clubhouse will take place is at this stage a reality.

It also means that the contractor now needs to start working on the area in the vicinity of our current beach access

Launch and Beach access.

We have been spoilt over the past few months by having a relatively direct access to the beach through the gates past the sand pumping station. As of this past weekend, this beach access route will be permanently closed due to the construction of a culvert that will be taking place in this area.
Club members will now have to revert to the “old” beach access along the north harbour breakwater around the sand pumping station. (See attachment for aerial plan)

People Mover

In anticipation of this development, the club committee has purchased a People Mover trailer and tractor to assist members in getting to the beach. This service will operate on weekends only with a trip taking place every 15 min. On the hour and half hour the mover will go from the club to the beach and on the quarter hour from the beach to the club.

Beach Parking

With the construction now moving closer to the club, shortage of beach parking is going to become a problem. In the past, only 4×4 vehicles with a motorised water craft were allowed to access to the beach. This will continue.
4×4 Vehicles with paddle water craft will only be permitted if space and beach operational requirements allow which will be decided by club management and launch control on the day.

What will no longer be permitted are 2 x4 vehicles which parked on the “hard “area before the beach. We just no longer have the room to facilitate these vehicles in the beach area.

A reminder that beach security is only provided on weekends by the club for vehicles left on the beach.

If you launch in the week, bring your vehicle and trailer back to the club and park in the tandem parking provided next to the main gate. Security is present 24/7 at the main gate.

What’s on the PWC menu this week?

Tuesday – Curry Evening
Tonight (15th May) it is Chicken and Prawn Curry as well as Lamb curry. Perfect for warming you up with the chilly weather.
Wednesday – Pensioner Specials Evening
On Wednesdays Roxy, the kitchen manager, offers a couple of items off the standard menu at special prices. Also, if you prefer the club when it is quieter, this is the day and night for you to enjoy the club.
Thursday – Club Night menu specials
• Meatballs with mash
• Linefish in lemon sauce
• Pork Belly roast and veg
• Peri Peri Chicken

Family Friday

• Lunch Time homemade pie, gravy and chips special
• Happy hour at the bar from 4pm to 6pm
• Dinner Eisbien special ( served from 12.30 pm)
• This week sees Oxtail on the menu – a real tummy warmer!
• Live music by Lance from 4pm to 8pm.
• Marshmallows on the bonfire for the kids.


• Lamb Shanks
• Rolled and stuffed beef
• Roast Pork Belly
• Honey Glazed Chicken

Advanced Warning of Potjie Comp

The club is planning to hold a PWC Inter – discipline potjie comp where each water sport section at the club enters a team into the competition. So there would be teams from the boat fishing, jet ski, surf ski. Fishing ski, diving, waterpolo, etc. The décor theme used could also reflect what discipline your team represents but not necessarily.

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We are looking for some prize sponsors to make it really worthwhile for the participants.
So give it some thought and get your fellow members involved by challenging them to enter and try and beat your team

See you at the Club
The PWC Team

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