Sunday 29th March – last Junior day…

Some fun challenging conditions on the water last week, three races completed well done to all. Many thanks to all who helped out coordinating moving the boats around the apron during the Ironman event. All went smoothly thanks to everybody’s cooperation and patience. Big effort by all. And congratulations to Aaron Defina, who completed the Ironman event in 14.5 hours, huge effort…Well done Aaron!

This week marks the end of our Junior Learn to Sail and Race programs. Another successful season, many thanks to the all the parents who have helped out, our Junior Instructors (Rachel, Emma and Molly) and of course Paul G, Chris and all their helpers. Make sure you come down for the last day of the season…and dont forget the presentation lunch in May (see below)


Our Schedule for this week

0930 – 1130
Junior Sailing

Junior Race Training

Race Brief

Championship #11, Grand Prix #6, Resail


Officer of the Day is Simon Dubbins, and in the Canteen is Jeanette McConville


TWO more volunteers needed…!
We still require two more volunteers for Canteen duty on the 12th and 19h of April. Helping Lara prepare and serve lunches, having some fun and helping out the club, all you need to do is turn up at 0900 and stay through till after lunch. Please let Lara or me (Phil) know if you are available to help – this is not gender specific role!




Working Bee
THIS Saturday 28th March we will be holding a working bee at the Club from 0830 to 1200 (at the latest). Just some simple clean ups and wash downs to do, no special skills required. If you can make it for an hour, or two or three, greatly appreciated. More reminders to come!




Presentation Lunch
Keep the date free, our Presentation Lunch will be on Sunday 24th May at the Club. More details to come.


Port Phillip Women’s Championship series
PYCs Womens and Girls in Sailing representative Jane Grimshaw is keen to encourage all to consider participating in the Port Phillip Women’s Championship series which recently commenced.. More details here or contact Jane.


Wanted: Flying Ant!
We have been contacted by a fellow sailor from out Gippsland way who is looking for a wooden Flying Ant. If anybody is interested in following up, please email Andrew at


see you Sunday.