RBYC Contingent to St Helens has arrived safe and well! After a rapid rigging session, invitation races 1 & 2 were completed today with light winds 10kts NE and sunny […]
Do you want them steep and regular? Well do we have the perfect racetrack for you. Just off the Royal Brighton Yacht Club, and to the East of the main […]
Race Management under the leadership of Mark Taylor met and conquered the challenge of the day – fickle wind. It arrived, all five knots of it, from around 195 degrees. […]
With completion of the winter billiards and snooker comps recently, it is now time to turn our thoughts to entering the summer pool comp. The emphasis is on fun and […]
Last season we trialled a new program for our off-the-beach sailors, then named Friday night single-handed coaching. The concept worked really well, so we wanted to improve and expand the offer to all OTB sailors, not just single-handers.
That’s right, you’ve been waiting for it since last March, and it’s finally here: our new season of Sunday sailing and training is starting very soon.
Whether you’re racing or cruising, speed is key to either performing at the top of the fleet or getting to our next port of call quickly. The sail setups are the same across both type of sailing. Here are some key concepts to improve performance!
Get some insightful tips from RBYC Club Coach on how to best gybe with this type of sail!
The 2019 editions of the BLiSS regatta was held at RBYC on Sunday April 28, 2019. All of us at the Club were really pleased to see 24 boats on the water representing yacht clubs from all around the Bay.
RBYC has now created a digital catalogue of sailing trophies which is accessible from the RBYC website. This has made use of the resources available from Museums Victoria and provides the Club with a significant insight into its history as well as being a useful reference.