Racing Rules Night
Is uncertainty about the rules keeping you from racing?
Could you use a refresher on the current rules of Racing?
Need to know the rules to give you the tactical knowlage for one designe racing?
Danielle Watkins will be running a rules night at the RYCT. This is a free event that will cover the basics including starting, mark rounding and more complex rules.
Danielle Watkins is Australia’s youngest female International Judge. She comes from a sailing family and has been sailing since she was six years old. She started judging in 2005, became a National Judge in 2010 and an International Judge in 2013. Dani was recently appointed as a member of the International Jury for the Paralympic Sailing Competition in Rio de Janeiro later this year. Dani has both sailed and judged at the Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta in the past, and will for the second time be the chairperson of the jury
The rules presentation is on 30 June at RYCT, starting at 19:00.
Hobart sailors' medals in Melbourne and Portugal
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Tasmanian SB20 Export Roo racing in the Portuguese nationals off Cascais today, Photo Anna Zykova.
Hobart women sailors fight on at AWKR
Colleen Darcey and her all-women crew from Hobart is second overall in two handicap divisions after two days of highly competitive racing in the prestigious Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta onvMelbourne’s Port Phillip.
The Hobart crew contest the AWKR on Melbourne POrt Phillip. Skipper Colleen Darcey is bottom right,
Tas crew winners at women's regatta
Colleen Darcy and her all-women crew from Hobart have made a brilliant start to the 2016 Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta on a boisterous Port Phillip, winning all three handicap divisions of race two after a conservative start in race one.
The Tasmanian crew in action on Abolut on a Port Phillip today, winning all handicap categories of race two.