RBYC had three of its keelboat fleet take part in the ORCV Apollo bay race last Saturday. The race started at 8.15 am with a record fleet of 29 entered.
The 2019 SYC Commodore’s Challenge was blessed with great sailing conditions and a stellar field of Victoria’s best women sailors.
Team Brighton was represented by Laura Harding, Kate Jenkins, Laura Thompson, Chloe Fisher and Ella Grimshaw.
RBYC one again enthusiastically entered the SYC Commodore’s Challenge with a team of 5 young female talents
Keen to get on the water and improve your racing skills in preparation for events like the 2020 Stonehaven Cup? Got that thick and warm 5mm wetsuit and you’re not afraid of the colder climates?
The Victorian 420 association held its annual Flinders Camp last week-end. A total of 24 young sailors, many of whom RBYC members, attended the this beautiful 2-day event, now on its fourth consecutive year.
Following on from the success of last weekend’s Cerberus Trophy race to RYCV, the next destination race in the calendar is the Alan Robinson trophy, which heads to QCYC on the Saturday 8th of June. Race is scheduled to start at 1000 off the RBYC Tower, finishing in front of Queenscliffe at West channel pile. …
Write up by Commodore Paul Pascoe With a strong 20+ knot westerly, the annual Cerberus race was not looking like it was going to be a lot of fun with a lumpy sea, overcast skies and a cool breeze. However, the wind moderated just enough by the scheduled start time to make it a pleasant …
First weekend of the Laser transition program at RBYC. Coaching the young group of sailors is Olympian Krystal Weir.#teambrighton couldn’t be in better hands!!
Royal Brighton Yacht Club recently competed in the inaugural National Sailing League, held in Sydney Harbour by the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, from April 26 to 28.
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.