22 Results for year: 2020
Preliminary notice is hereby given that the 139th Annual General Meeting of The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania will be held at the Clubhouse on Wednesday, 30th day of September Two Thousand and Twenty at 6.00pm as follows;
• 4.45pm Registration for AGM opens
• 5.00pm 2019/2020
Sailing Season Prize and Award Presentation
• 5.30pm 50-year Membership ...
Many thanks for your expression of interest in our truly unique combination of two special Australian travel experiences; The Ghan train from Adelaide to Darwin and the Kimberly Coast from Broome to Kununurra by boat.
The package will include two hotel nights in Darwin and one each in Broome and Kununurra, all transfers, all ...
No wind – yachting postponed
A windless Sunday morning disappointed the 350 skippers and crews of 53 yachts as they drifted on the River Derwent yesterday for the much-awaited resumption of keelboat racing in Hobart.
With barely a breath of wind on the river for scheduled 9.40am start of Division 1, race officers of The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania ...
THE ROYAL YACHT CLUB OF TASMANIA
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS
139th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Please be advised that The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania's Annual General Meeting, that was scheduled for Wednesday 22 July 2020
, has been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions, and will now be held on Wednesday ...
Have you tried out our new Bistro menu already?
We are now open for lunch Monday to Friday, and dinner on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays.
Yacht racing is expected to return to the River Derwent on Sunday, July 19 with the first race in a six-race Combined Clubs Winter Series, but crews must observe Government imposed COVID-19 restrictions in place on any given race day.
Plans for the Combined Clubs Winter Series were confirmed yesterday with the publishing of the Notice of Race and Entry ...
The Notice of Race and Entry Form for the Rolex 76th Sydney Hobart Yacht Race was published just a week ago - and already more than 30 yachts have been nominated as starters in the 2020
edition of the blue water classic.
They include yachts from New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and one from France. No Tasmanian boats have yet been entered but ...
The Premier has announced that Stage 2 restrictions will be brought forward from 3pm on Friday, 5 June 2020
What does this mean to The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania:
We are permitted to have a MAXIMUM of 40 seated guests in the Club at any one time.
This will now include sitting inside for coffees from our 10:00am opening time.
Catch up on the latest Weekly at Home Memo!
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The RYCT Bistro will be reopening for service from Monday 18th May 2020
in-line with the Tasmanian Government's COVID-19 plan "Rebuild A Stronger Tasmania". Social distancing of 1.5m will be maintained as well as strict hygiene and cleaning practices.
Read the RYCT COVID-19 Operational Fact Sheet
Our Bistro will open for dining from the menu, ...