|Launched||July 1977 (date of
|Colour||Red Hull, white coach roof|
|Hull Number||40 (possibly 40 if she is the original
|Previous Owners||Bob Sampson (original
owner), then sold to Sinclair Hutton, ?sold on to John?
|Previous Names||Terian (original
The Yacht’s Story
Lost and Found – Spotted by John McCormack (Morning Bird) in Refuge Bay
We had just spent the weekend in the Hawkesbury and were in Refuge for a swim and shower under the waterfall and I saw a red S&S34 on the other side of the bay. We motored past on the way out and didn’t see anybody onboard. I would have called out if I had realized she was a Search and Rescue.
She is red topsides with a white or light colored deck, in boom reefing, a furler and a fawn dodger. She is the same 4 porthole model as Morning Bird (1984/85??) and looks to be in very good condition. I suspect she is based somewhere in Pittwater or the Hawkesbury to be in Refuge Bay on a Sunday afternoon.
Webmaster note: From our records, it seems that Sinclair Hutton bought Bob Sampson’s Terian (hull 40) and renamed her Syzygy, but later sold her and built a new Mk 2 boat which he named Syzygy (?Syzygy II). The boat referred to could well be the original Terian, as the hull is said to be red.