27 Results for month: 09/2016

RPAYC Crew New Match Racing Champs

Talented young sailor from Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, Clare Costanzo and here crew today became the 2016 Australian Women's Match Racing Champions on Hobart's River Derwent. The RPAYC team beat another Sydney crew, Caitlin Tames, from the Cruising Yacht CLub of Australia's Youth Sailing Academy 2-0 in the Grand Final at the end of hard ... More

Aussie Crews Enjoy Strong Breeze – SB20

A return to strong breezes and big Atlantic swells provided superb racing for the asymmetric sportsboat fleet in the Cascais SB20 World Championships overnight, with Australian boats Flirtatious and Export Roo each moving up a place in overall standings. Flirtatious, skippered by Chris Dare of the Sorrento Sailing Club in Victoria, is back to fourth ... More

Australian Women’s Match Racing Championship – DAY 1

  Eight teams of women sailors for New South Wales, Western Australia, Victoria and Tasmania today began racing for the 2016 Australian Women's Match Racing Championship on Hobart's River Derwent. Sharing the lead with six wins each after the first round-robin are two talented young crews from Sydney's Royal Prince Alfreed Yacht, Sarah Parker ... More

Export Roo’s mixed day at SB20 Worlds

Day three of the Cascais SB20 World Championship was a day of change, in the weather and in top placings. Australia's two top-placed boats slipped back a couple placings overall, Export Roo from third to sixth, Flirtatious from fourth to fifth. The first two races were sailed in 15 knots, race three saw the breeze dying away, leaving a patchy and ... More

High Tea & Horses – Caulfield Cup

  Join us for a High Tea & Horses as we cheer on the winners at the Caulfield Cup. Come and enjoy an elegant High Tea while having a flutter on the horses. Book now to avoid disappointment 03 6223 4599 More

Export Roo On The Hop In SB20 Worlds

This places the Tasmanian yacht on a net 27 points after six of the scheduled 14 races, one point behind the second placed French crew and just six behind the leading Russian boat. Victorian entrant Flirtatious (Chris Dare) has dropped from third to fourth overall, starting the day with a 61st place in the 78 boat fleet but recovering with a ... More

Aussies In Top 5 On Day One – SB20

Two of Australia's three crews contesting the 2016 SB20 World Championship off Cascais, Portugal, have finished in the top five of the 78 boat fleet on day one. Flirtatious, skippered by VIctorian Chris Dare is third overall and RYCT entrant Export Roo, with Michael Cooper on the helm, is fifth in standings. Mind Games (Phil Reid), also representing the ... More