RMYS survives on contributions of our many club members.
Each year we identify a member who has made a significant contribution to RMYS to be awarded the JW Crosbie Trophy for Club Member of the Year, which will be presented at Opening Day on Saturday 5 October.
Last Saturday, RMYS member Otis Myles-Malone was injured during the dismasting of the RYCV yacht White Spirit during the ORCV Melbourne-Geelong race. Otis recently joined the Squadron and has been sailing on Sea Eagle, where he has already made himself a valued crew member.
Many members here at RMYS strive above and beyond the normal call of duty for the club in a voluntary capacity. Do you know anyone during 2019 who made a significant contribution for the overall benefit of RMYS and our members? If yes, please be sure to nominate them….
WHAT’S IN A NAME By RMYS member Sal Balharrie There are ten languages spoken on the boat. There are girls in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. Some of us are starting out in jobs, others are mid-career, some are in transition. We are entrepreneurs, writers and filmmakers, board members, mothers, movers and shakers. But […]