Author: Amy Corcoran, Digital Communications
Please see attached a pic of our 50ft Sunseeker Manhattan Flybridge. My wife and I (Sam), and 4 kids Connor, Ashleigh, and twins Finn and Hayley, are really looking forward to this summer and hope to make new friends at the yacht club. We are relatively new to boating, we have had this Sunseeker for […]
Please welcome the following new members to RMYS Stephen Byrne, Senior Boat owner of Hey Wat in Pen A27Myai Pham, SocialPeter Davis, Distance New owner of Rambler in Pen D20Helen Celerier, Social Jean-Francois Celerier, SocialBrooke Hayes, SailingRachel Walker, SocialChrist Keystone, SocialDafir Ettakadoumi, SocialBen McLean, Social Thank you for choosing RMYS and we look forward to seeing […]
https://syc.com.au/tasmania-around-coast/ Hi, Attached is the link giving details of how to purchase copies of the book, Tasmania – Around The Coast, please feel free to forward this on to other interested parties. While stock lasts! Regards,ROB UNGARRMYS Member
TICKETS ON SALE! Celebrate the end of 2019 amongst great company at Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron, one of the friendliest sailing clubs situated right by St Kilda Pier. The event begins in our iconic Harbour Room with stunning bay views, tasty food & live music, followed by a lively party on the rooftop providing panoramic […]
The eighth edition of the Port Phillip Women’s Championship Series (PPWCS) is back this season with an exciting new format offering two new divisions and ten races scheduled over the traditional five race days from Sunday 1 December 2019 through to Sunday 3 May 2020. Race days below. For more information, NOR’s and online entry go to https://www.shesails.org.au/ppwcs/ Race Day 1 details
Save the date Sunday 15 December12:00 – 3:00pmRoyal Melbourne Yacht Squadron Yard BBQ (gold coin donation) Gingerbread House Raffle (view details) Popcorn Machine ($1 popcorn) Music – Laura and Tim performing live with the baby Grand Piano in the Olympic Bar throughout the afternoon All proceeds going to ACT FOR KIDS an Australian charity providing free therapy and […]
Bert Ferris Cactus Cup
At the commencement of the memorial service for Bert Ferris last Thursday, Commodore Charles Meredith announced the historic Cactus Cup will now be named the Bert Ferris Cactus Cup.
This honours Bert’s membership since 1944, his extraordinary service to RMYS and his deep knowledge the Squadron’s history and protocols. Bert competed in many Cactus Cups and he totally understood its origins and significance.
Black ribbon pinned to the bow of Tumlare Yvonne #97 with a brass tack to honour the life of J.H.(Bert) Ferris, a great participant and friend of the Tumlaren Class. The restoration of Yvonne #97 continues apace and we look forward to having her racing in 2020. Roger Dundas