Fostering the sport of sailing since 1859 The Governor, The Hon Alex Chernov, AO, QC,
25 Eastern Beach Road Geelong VicPh:03 5229 3705 Info@rgyc.com.au
Welcome to the Royal Geelong Yacht Club. We are conveniently located on the award winning Geelong waterfront with only a 200 meter stroll into the city CBD. The club's marina offers 250 secure wet berths, storage for 45 on the hardstand and can accommodate vessels on swing moorings.
RGYC offers a full range of sailing experiences from Learn to Sail, through to crewing on dinghies or keelboats. We invite you, your friends and family to come down and enjoy our facilities - we have something for everyone.
Change to Davidsons 2015 Winter Sailing Instructions - New Courses
Change to Sailing Instrucitons : Here
Appendix "I" new Courses: Here
RGYC Trivia and Auction Night
Saturday May 30, 2015 6.30pm for 7.00pm
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Phoenix Wins again!
Short and sharp. Not the usual chop on Port Phillip but the Quantum Sails Sydney 38 Victoria titles that were reduced from a weekend to a single day series after 25-35 knot wind squalls, driving rain and hail pushed up from Bass Strait. The fleet encountered light and fickle five - eight knot West to Nor’west winds on the Saturday, April 18, 2015. Looking out from the warmth of the Sandringham Yacht Club glass front on Sunday was like Armageddon in contrast.
Congratulations Tom and Sophie Alexander
Vicsport - Victorian Junior team of the Year
Full video Here
See between 54 & 58min mark
2015 International Optimist Victorian Championship
Last weekend RGYC members Michael and Steven Case finished 1st and 2nd at the Victorian Optimist State Titles held at the Royal Brighton Yacht Club. Other RGYC members competing were Ryu Watanabe 24th in (Open), 4th M.Mahoney & 9th M.Purnell in (Intermediate)
First and second place overall went to two NSW competitors who are ineligable for the Victorian Titles.
Full results Here
International Etchells Class
2015 Victorian Championship
March 6-9th , 2015
Triad, which is crewed By Bill Browne, Jake Newman and John Bertrand AM have won the 2015 Etchells Victorian State Championship. They are known for their mastery of grabbing a title on the last day, even when it may not have seemed entirely likely, just as occurred at Adelaide recently for the Australian Etchells Championship. The waters of Geelong’s Corio Bay proved to be equally fruitful for them and a pair of wins on the day took them to four in total from the six races.
No one really knew, but clearly the crews were after some repetition methodology when the 1100hrs start arrived for today’s races at the 2015 Etchells Victorian State Championship. Too keen, as it would turn out, for the result was a General Recall, with a good number over before the gun. Time for the Committee to also get yet more practice as they reset the start to be able to go again, but this time it would be under the Code Flag ‘U’. Mercifully, it is not as final as it’s all black sibling, which excludes you there and then. So whilst ‘U’ essentially means you’re unable to go racing on this next start, it does allow you to rejoin once more should that one end up being a General Recall, as well.
From the outset, the cool and grey day did not inspire. However, the warmth and genuine welcome showed by the whole of the Royal Geelong Yacht Club (RGYC) was both invigorating and motivating. Once the day was done, there was just the one residual feeling that you became present to and on reflection, you found it to be envy.
Save the Date for the 2016 Festival of Sails
Planning for Festival of Sails 2016 is well under way. We are pleased to be able to advise the following dates for next January;
We anticipate releasing the Notice of Race around August this year but if you need further information, do not hesitate to visit the Festival of Sails website at www.festivalofsails.com.au
RGYC crew kits now available
Get organised and have a smart looking crew for the coming Sailing Season order your Crew Kit now.
Contact Robyn Berry if you have any queries on 5229 3705 Click here to view and order
Day Pass MembershipA reminder to all Members that the Day Pass Membership Policy that was adopted on Monday November 25, 2013 is effective as of February 1, 2014. This means that Day Passes are required for all sailing events held at the club for Non Members. Click here to view the Policy. How the system works: -All non- members who wish to sail in club events will need to fill in the Day Pass Membership Form. This form is available from the General office during office hours, and also on the RGYC website click here. A day pass card will be issued for each time that the non-member sails.-Remember that there is no cost involved for non-members sailing on a Wednesday Twilight, however they do have an option to purchase personal accident insurance for the race at $5 per race. The non-members are entitled to 12 sails before they need to become a member.-However for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and NavRally races there is a charge of $15 for the first 6 Races and then $35 for the next 6 races.For further information Click here
Royal Geelong Yacht Club
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The Royal Geelong Yacht Club Address: 25 Eastern Beach Road, Geelong. 3220, VIC AUSTRALIA
PO Box 156, Geelong Vic 3220 AUSTRALIA
Tel: 61 3 5229 3705 Fax: 61 3 52232768 Email: email@example.com Web: www.rgyc.com.au
Alternate Direct Lines: Marina: 0418 524867
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