UNDER STEAM... Wallis Jolly, of Minlaton, learns about John Draper’s steam-powered launch Flaming Galah in the Port Vincent bay during the Yorke Peninsula Saltwater Classic. The event was held at Stansbury and Port Vincent on the weekend and involved 45 classic vessels plus onshore activities including an impressive  hot rod display. UNDER STEAM... Wallis Jolly, of Minlaton, learns about John Draper’s steam-powered launch Flaming Galah in the Port Vincent bay during the Yorke Peninsula Saltwater Classic. The event was held at Stansbury and Port Vincent on the weekend and involved 45 classic vessels plus onshore activities including an impressive hot rod display. PHOTO: John Carter, Carter’s Captures Photography

YP Saltwater Classic steams along

THE popularity of the Yorke Peninsula Saltwater Classic continues to grow as boat owners and visitors filled Stansbury and Port Vincent to enjoy the on-water and foreshore events on the weekend.

Forty-five boats registered, providing a showcase of wooden and classic craft.

Organising committee chairperson Colin Germein said perfect weather contributed to the sparkling success of this year’s classic.

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