11 Results for month: 06/2017
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Two Tasmanian sailors, Matt Bugg and Chris Symonds, yesterday won silver medals at the Para World Sailing Championships at Kiel, Germany.
Bugg, from Hobart finished on equal first points with German Heiko Kroger but was placed second a count back in the singlehanded 2.4 Norlan one-design keelboat. Third overall was Frenchman Seguin, the gold ...
SB20 mid-winter champion Paul Burnell will contest this year’s one-design sports boat class world championship at Cowes, England, steering an English boat rather than an Australian entrant.
Burnell, with his sons Toby and Ollie and young Optimist sailor Bailey Fisher in the crew, yesterday won the mid-winters on a chilly River Derwent by a comfortable ...
The depth of talent in Hobart’s SB20 sports boat fleet has been underlined on day one of the class mid-winter championships on the Derwent today
The first three races of the weekend event for the 15-boat fleet produced three different winners and seven difficult placegetters.
The racing was in the near perfect sailing conditions, a north-westerly ...
Hobart yacht watchers will see some talent in action this weekend, with five of the seven Tasmanian helmsmen entered for this year’s SB20 World Championship taking part in the SB20 Mid-Winter championship on the Derwent.
Seven Australian skippers have nominated for the 2017 Worlds in August-September, to be sailed on the famous southern England ...
The late Roger Hickman has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours with a posthumous Medal (OAM) in the General Division, announced on Monday.
Tasmanian born and bred and a member of the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania since a boy, Roger had lived in Sydney and sailed out of the Cruising Yacht Club for many years, achieving remarkable ...
Tasmania’s crew of talented sailors today finished the 27th Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta with flare, winning both the IRC and AMS handicap divisions of the sixth and final race on corrected time.
Sailing the borrowed Archambault 35 Absolut, skipper Colleen Darcey and her crew of mostly SB20 sports boat sailors, took out the IRC rating ...
Hobart yachtswoman Colleen Darcey and her crew of mainly SB20 sailors today continued their winning form in the Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta on Melbourne’s Port Phillip.
Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron ran three races on Saturday and completed race four today after a two-hour delay.
Darcey showed great light weather skill in helming the ...
At the age of 28, Tasmanian sailor Jo Breen has already sailed 30,000 nautical miles in oceans around the world, including rounding Cape Horn.
In May next year she will skipper her own small yacht Morning Star in the 5,500 nautical mile two-handed race from Melbourne to Osaka, Japan, with a Russian woman as her crew.
In the lead-up to that marathon ...
Issue number five or the RYCT's magazine the Tasmanian Yachtsman is out now. You can read it online HERE