Month: August 2019
You should have received an email from the Yacht Racing Services Association Inc. regarding your AMS certificate renewal. If you didn’t here’s the link
“We are approaching the start of the 2019-20 sailing year and we wish to remind you to revalidate your AMS certificate prior to October 1st 2019, by visiting http://raceyachts.org and clicking on Application -> Revalidate Ratings”
Saturday 5th October, 2019 Lunch, Sail Past & Live Music 12.00 Lunch & Club Member of the Year3pm Sail Past4.30 Drinks & Live Music in the Olympic Bar The club invites all members, boat owners, family & crew down for the day to celebrate the beginning of the 2019-2020 season. Enjoying a 2 course lunch […]
News from Race office Well my first week as Racing Coordinator was hit with gale warnings for our Wednesday and Saturday racing, so no races were run. As Saturday was the last race of the Winter Spinnaker series run in conjunction with the HBYC Brass Monkey series and per the Notices of Race for both […]
Please welcome the following new members to RMYS Liz Cameron, SocialOtis Myles-Malone, Full time studentJames McDonnell, SailingVito Vampatella, SailingGrant Nichol, SocialBradley Jamieson, SailingSally Ann Balharrie, Full Sally-Ann Balharrie is also boat owner of No Man’s Land Thank you for choosing RMYS and we look forward to seeing you around the club.
The negotiation was simple. There was a listed price. I placed a counter offer. So did he. We agreed. We signed. And in 48 hours, what do you know, I had a boat, a plethora of sails and a very professional looking folder of Sydney 38, One Class Design tweaking instructions. But did I say, I had a boat and she was all mine. And while there was a wonderful moment of reflection, there were also a couple of crazy realities. A 38 foot boat and a looming regatta isn’t a thing until she’s filled by a Crew. And for me, this adventure revolved around the concept of sharing the journey – the ups and the downs – with others.
Tickets now on sale
AWKR presents the premier of Maiden, the incredible documentary of the true story of Tracy Edwards, who in the face of adversity became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989.
An inspirational and empowering true story of the women who dared to make waves and follow along on the journey with the 24 year old skipper over the course of 167 days and 33,000 nautical miles.
“Enthralling viewing even for audiences with little to no knowledge of or interest in sailing. Maiden pays powerful tribute to a true pioneer…
Olympic Bar Happy Happy Fridays continue in the Olympic bar, 13th September with Jimmy Rum Distillery, who operate a craft rum distillery on the Mornington Peninsular. They also import small batch Barbados rum. They were one of the sponsors for AWKR and would like to introduce RMYS to their premium product with a free tasting […]