Photos of the yacht race on Sunday by Lori Wilson taken on board the Adams 10 2Xtreme (owned/skippered by Andrew Clark). Click here to see more
Farewell to Sue Mason, DRI’s Research Director. This week we say farewell to Dr Sue Mason, DRI’s Research Director, after 12 years of being a very important part of the DRI team. click here to read on
31st March is our end of financial year & we are selling all our quartermaster gear at COST PRICE! (offer excludes MYC hoody's, Caps & select jackets). Hurry as this will end 5pm on the 31st March! We have lots of Zhik gear - gloves, boots, helmets & pfd's. Offer includes harvest polo's & select jackets
Yard notice: Training Staff, Trainees and Pacer users are having difficulty accessing the pacer dinghy's in the eastern corner of the yard which are used at various times of the day.Tractors parked on the grass in front of the boats are inhibiting the access and also degrading and staining the carpet. Could we please ask all tractor drivers to not park them on the grass section of the yard.
We are also getting random other boats left in this area, once again getting in the way.
Could we please try to leave the grassed area as clear as possible.
Thank you for your co operation,
The 29th Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta is coming up from 8-10 June 2019.
This year’s regatta is shaping up to be the biggest yet! Contact Allicia Rae, Sailing Coordinator on: 03 9534 0227 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Big sailing weekend for MYC members. We hosted the 420 State Titles, we had 11 Opti kids at the States at Brighton, some trailer sailors at Marlay Point and Graeme Taylor competing in the Etchell States at Royal Geelong.
The Opti Kids had a ball and showed great improvement over the regatta. Some notable results. In Green Fleet Leigh Harvie and Jaime Beck first and second boys, Lucy Laverty 3rd Girl in Intermediate. Our coach Mel reports that all kids had a ball and loved the comradery of competing in a State Championships.
At Royal Geelong, Graeme Taylor (aka “GT”) added yet another title to his impressive list of sailing achievements with an emphatic victory in the Sate Etchell Championships.
On the home front MYC hosted the 420 State Championships a warm up to hosting the Nationals next summer. Although the fleet was down on expectations the racing was keen over a spread of conditions from a drifter on Saturday to huge seas on Sunday.
Congratulations to James Jackson and his crew Lachie Caldwell, they sailed an exceptional regatta and came away with a commanding series win. Lily and Matilda Richardson completed a good series for Team MYC coming third.
The success of the weekend was further proof that our club is very good at running regattas. This Rear Commodore and Club Captain Bill Bennett spent the weekend on Wally as the start line pin boat. As silly as it sounds we had a great time marvelling at the skills of these young sailors in all conditions. These kids CAN sail!!!! Maybe some of us older members should be getting lessons from them?!
As usual nothing happens without the input of our fantastic team of volunteers, on the land and on the water. Well done to all.
Bill Bennett Club Captain
Greg Martin Rear Commodore.
The Sailing Instructions for the 420 Victorian State Championships have been released.
Click here to retrieve them from the Regatta HQ
19 guests, 6 yachts on a warm day with a gentle breeze. The day went well with all members working well together although several couldn't make it - the groups of volunteers just seem to improve each week! Robbi's happy face was missed - heal fast mate you left an empty space, but well done to everyone!
Save the Date - Friday 22 March - 5pm.
Join us for a special event to celebrate our 28th anniversary
and launch the new 'i sea, i care' COMMUNITIES CAMPAIGN.
RSVP: 19 March | FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE HERE
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