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Next Races
Wednesday Twilight

Race 23 of season; 21-Mar-2018
Newton's - Potential Plus series. Pursuit Start: 1730

Wednesday Afternoon
Race 1 on 4-April-2018
Course: Port Hacking Estuary
Entries required now, see status here
Start: 1500hrs

Sunday Winter Non-spinnaker
Race 1 on Sunday 22-April-2018
Course: Bate Bay Passage
Entries required now, see status here
Pursuit Start: 1200hrs
The club has been booked from 4pm each Sunday race day for a presentation for both the Spinnaker and the non-spinnaker division.
Please let your crew know to ensure we have good rollups after each race.
Crew Placement
Please contact Kevin Travis (0408227185) for help in finding or placing crew.
See here for list of crew wishing to sail or to be placed on the list.
Presentation Night.

Please mark in your diaries Saturday 26-May-2018 for the presentation night.
Expired Flare Disposal
Click here

Dockside Divers - for a clean bottom (underwater).

Contact Cooper Ellis on 0452 458 889

CREW ELIGIBILITY (Extract from handbook)
Any crew member who sails in more than 3 races in a season shall be a member of a Club affiliated to Australian Sailing and an Australian Sailing card holder (SIN).
Skippers, it's your responsibility to ensure your crew have a (SIN). To check the Sailing Division records click here.
To view progress of Skippers crew list click here.
Update your crew details by SMS to 0418 253 479.
Please act now to be eligible for a series and prizes.
To join online as new crew now ($65.00) click here.
Join as sailing division crew and SIN ($58.30) click here.
Or join and pay at front desk $65.00 + $58.30 = $123.30.

Our Objective: To run and administer yacht racing and to encourage cruising

The Real Goal: "The art of racing is not in winning. But in winning so the rest of the fleet are pleased you have won and the only way they can be pleased is for you to have shown not only better sailing than they, but also perfect sportsmanship." Uffa Fox.

The Great Dane: "You haven't won the race if in winning the race you have lost the respect of your competitors." Paul Elvstrom - May the four winds blow you safely home.