When he docks in Melbourne at the Royal Yacht Club in March he will have been at sea for five months, travelled 11,800 miles and crossed one of the most dangerous oceans in the world, the Southern Ocean
Pete Goss, world renowned yachtsman and “hero of the high seas”, shares stories from his adventures at Royal Yacht Club of Victoria on 19th March 2009.
Fresh off the boat from his latest voyage, will host an intimate one-off talk in Melbourne.
Pete and his crew (comprising of his younger brother Andy, Pete’s son Eliot and brother in law Mark Maidment) set off from Cornwall in October last year aboard the Spirit of Mystery a hand built 37ft wooden lugger vessel, recreating the epic voyage made by seven Cornishmen 154 years ago.
When he docks in Melbourne at the Royal Yacht Club in March he will have been at sea for five months, travelled 11,800 miles and crossed one of the most dangerous oceans in the world, the Southern Ocean, conquering gale force winds and huge waves.
Attendees will get the chance to gather together with a dram of Talisker whisky and be swept away by Pete’s incredible adventures. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal and the Australian Volunteer Coastguard Association.
Date: Thursday 19th March 2009
Place: Royal Yacht Club of Victoria
Address: 120 Nelson Place, Williamstown VIC 3016
Time: Drinks from 6.30pm. Talk to commence at 8pm
Price: $65 (with all proceeds going to the Australian Volunteer Coastguard Association and Red Cross Bushfire Appeal) includes buffet and complementary Talisker whisky tasting
For tickets go to: http:/www.eventoffice.com.au/taliskertales
All ticket holders must be aged 18 years and over.
You can also check out Peter's blog on his website at www.petegoss.com
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