James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Trent Barnabas became the 2018-2019 Australian 18ft Skiff champions after a wonderful day of action-packed racing on Sydney Harbour. Read more
Most classes sailed four races in stronger winds than yesterday, averaging 10 knots.
Three races held in extremely light wind on Port Phillip was not ideal, but conditions did not not faze the sailors.
Tom Slingsby's Australian team won the fleet racing by two points and raced away from Nathan Outteridge's Japanese crew to win the final match by 37 seconds.
Ichi Ban just missed the record, but took the line and handicap double, while Geoff Boettcher (Secret Men's Business), played second fiddle for the first time.
"To anyone walking the dog around the lake, we probably just appeared like a few old battlers towing a beat-up old catamaran down the lake for fun."
Mariners are advised that a hydrographic survey of the Mooloolah River and its coastal bar on Wednesday 12 February 2019, shows a shoal patch extending from the end of the eastern breakwater in a westerly direction.
Storms and how to survive them is the feature for this month's issue. Get your copy now.
With close racing throughout the fleet and many lead changes between the frontrunners, Jamie Thompson and Ning Xue from Victoria finished the event as National Champions.
For the first time in the fifty year history of the class, an all girl crew has taken out the Open Australian Championship.
Multihulls suiting all budgets will be on display from a huge range of manufacturers.
Intrepid CH Editor is handed the opportunity to test the Sun Odyssey 410 in its home waters.
This latest edition includes new gear, new reviews, many new illustrations and much more.
Bermuda, New York and Newport are co-operatively promoting major sailing events such as Marion to Bermuda, SailGP and the 12 Metre Worlds.