2017 Muir Winches Nav Trial Report

Friday the 28th was the date and the crew of the Shalimar (the organisers of this year’s Cruise) had all in readiness for the 17 entries to undertake the 2017 Cruise with a theme around the 150th anniversary of the May Queen. The May Queen – 150 years on. 1900 hours and the first of the final 16 of the 17 ... More

Online Shop Now Open

The RYCT now has an online store where you can purchase our fantastic club merchandise. Includes a range of Musto clothing and accessories, club burgees, the Tasmanian Anchorage Guide and more. Click on 'Shop' on the main menu above or visit the store HERE More

Mother’s Day Luncheon

Join us at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania and spoil your mother this Mother's Day.  Enjoy a delicious buffet meal, with a glass of champagne on arrival.  There will also be live music from Billy Whitton. More

Easter Trading Hours

Please note the Club office will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday. More

Upcoming Events at the RYCT


Octogenarian sailor’s IRC pennant

Senior Hobart yachtsman Don Calvert, now in his early 80s, yesterday added another pennant to a long and successful local and international career with his Castro 40, Intrigue. Intrigue won the IRC rating category of the 30 nautical mile Betsey Island race, the last race of the Combined Clubs Long Race Series, to gain a ... More

Big plans for Harbour champion Philosopher

Owner/skipper Shaun Tiedemann already has big plans for next season with harbour racing champion yacht Philosopher, contesting the 2018 Australian Yachting Championships and the Festival of Sails in Victoria. Philosopher, sailed by Tiedemann and his crew of under 25 year old talented sailors, yesterday won the ... More

No illusions about winner in Long Race

The penultimate day of racing in the Combined Clubs Long Race Series yesterday produced significant changes in overall standings with ‘gun boat’ Philosopher toppled from her number one berth in Group A handicap categories. The new joint leaders in AMS are David Brett’s Hanse 400e, Illusion and Matthew Denhol... More

Sam is king of the Laser Radials

Champion teenage sailor Sam King scored four wins and a second, out of the six final races sailed in the Laser Radial State championships on the Derwent of the weekend. Four races were sailed on Saturday, with RYCT race officers yesterday completing a further four races in NW winds up to 15 knots, gusting to 20 ... More

Export Roo wins SB20 Tasmanian championship

Two world championships in the SB20 one-design sports boat class are now firmly in the sights of prominent Hobart yachtsman Michael Cooper – the first on The Solent off Cowes in England, the second on Hobart’s River Derwent. On the Derwent last weekend, Cooper steered Export Roo to a convincing win in the SB20 ... More