Matt Allen has claimed a third successive Australian Yachting Championship title today in Hobart, with Ichi Ban claiming victory in four races and finishing third in Race 5, with Race 6 abandoned for Division A.
Hosted by the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania over three days, Allen, who won Division A with his TP52 from ...
Members and guests are invited to The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania to celebrate the new year and welcome sailors from the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race and Australian Yachting Championship fleets.
Enjoy live music from celebrated local musician Hugo Bladel
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Ed Psaltis (Midnight Rambler) was a class act on the water in Saturday’s Combined Clubs Summer Pennant winning Division One IRC, AMS and taking second in PHS on corrected time. The 1998 Rolex Sydney Hobart winner and 2019 entrant kept the Sydney 36 steady in the gusty conditions and never looked out of control, ...
Sailing students from Hobart’s Friends, Hutchins and Fahan schools have headed a brilliant victory over New Zealand sailors in the annual Interdominion Secondary Schools Team Championship.
Excelling on their home waters, Hobart’s River Derwent, the Hobart schools, plus Scots College and Ascham from Sydney, ...
Young Tasmanian sailors are this week showing their skills, but their overall standings have suffered from start line infractions, at international regattas in Poland, Italy and Samoa. Final races overnight will decide their overall placings.
At the Pacific Games in Samoa, Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania member ...
Sotheby’s International Realty (SIR), the world’s leading luxury real estate group and The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania (RYCT), the host of world-class sailing competitions and finish line to the Rolex Sydney to Hobart race have announced the beginning of a joint partnership agreement with Sotheby’s International ...
Cold, wet and near windless. That is the apt description of conditions on the River Derwent today for the first race in the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania’s Hobart BMW Winter Series.
In fact, only seven boats finished the course, despite it being shortened to one lap, a credit to the sail trimming of the crews to ...
Join us at the RYCT for our free Winter Talks series.
Starting on Thursday 13th June 2019 at 7 pm with 'History and Restoration of Tassie Too' presented by Kenn Batt, President of Friends of Tassie Too.
All are welcome to attend.
Celebrate your mum with Mother’s Day lunch at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.
$60.00 per person, includes a glass of sparkling on arrival.
$30.00 for children under 12 years.
Live Music from Bridget Pross
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