This week marks the start of the Jane Brook Wine Midweek Winter Series on Wednesday. For this series the H28s will use a new course 1 and now have their own Midweek course sheet. Division 3, while there have not been any course changes, also have their own Midweek course sheet. Course sheets are available in the racks outside the On Water Group office and also online – click here.

Unfortunately, due to complications at sea the Information Night – Vessel Long Voyage Preparation has had to be postponed. We expect Mark and Andrew will be available later in the year to present this information session.

The Good Grocer Frostbite Series continues this coming Sunday 1st August. The current weather forecast has the wind up there again, but it’s still early days.

Thanks to Club member Rick Steuart, we have a whole gallery full of moments captured on the river on Sunday – click here. Heart goes out to those wonderful volunteers who face the cold and rain day in and day out just to put on a good show for our sailors.

Attention Midweek sailors: Just as a general bit of advice, following the start and when the RPYC boats are charging down towards Foam Buoy for the first time, do try to keep well clear of that area otherwise your pleasant afternoon sail could turn into a real demolition derby. We want to avoid ugly scenes like this, so after rounding Sampson Spit, pass Foam Buoy (55) to starboard and stay safe.

Alright, that’s it. Let’s roll!     Hey, let’s be careful out there.

Notice to Competitors

Please keep checking here for important race information for both Keelboats and Off The Beach Boats.

Notice to Competitors




Thinking about venturing along the coast this summer? Then do yourself a favour and find out how to do it safely by coming along to listen to the Safety at Sea information session by Warren Erasmus. The session will go over how to manage an emergency whilst cruising including handling fire extinguishers.

For further information and to register, please click here.


The Tokyo Olympics will be held from Friday 23 July to Sunday 8 August. All the sailing events will be run out of Enoshima Yacht Harbour, Fujisawa City which is co incidently the same place Australia won it’s first Olympic gold medal in sailing after Bill Northam CBE, Pod O’Donnell and Dick Sargeant sailed Barranjoey to victory at Tokyo 1964.

To follow the Olympic sailing events, please click here on the buttons below:

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Sailing Schedule


Nominations for the 2021 Australian Sailing Awards have now opened. giving clubs and club members the opportunity to be recognised for outstanding achievements and contributions to the sailing community across the past year. For more information and to nominate, please click here.


Australian Sailing have secured funding to present a range of free training seminars for the following official roles:

Race Officer (Club, State, National), Equipment Auditor,  Umpire (Club, State, National),  Judge,  Measurer.

If this interests you, please click here for course details.


Attention all Keelboat, Off the Beach Boats and boards, your Rules session “workshops” commence in June 2021.

Years ago, the rules sessions were Lectures, which later became a mix of Lecture/Tutorial. This year we will be changing to a Workshop/Tutorial format. We have a constant core of sailors who have been advancing their rules knowledge every year & the new format will enable these Core sailors to keep advancing & not get bored.
The “Core” sailors consist of a range of demographics. I would like the experienced sailors to step up and present their tactics and how they use their knowledge & the rules to advance around the course. Then the group can discuss both the tactics and the relevant rules.
The sessions will start at 1800 & last for one hour. It will be beneficial to come to every session as every session will be different & you will be expanding your knowledge from one week to the next. If you cannot attend every week, that is OK, because each week is a stand alone session.
This group has a strong bond which has been created over the years & I hope that experienced sailors who have not attended will come to the sessions to assist & mentor others. Experienced sailors need competition!!!!!
Experienced Sailors we need your assistance so that everyone will benefit and the less experienced Sailors, it is time to get into the heads of the boats at the front!

Winter Schedule

Date Time
Mon 14 June 1800
Mon 21 Jun 1800
Mon 28 Jun 1800
Mon 05 Jul 1800
Mon 12 Jul 1800
Mon 19 Jul 1800
Mon 26 Jul 1800
Mon 02 Aug 1800


A Keelboat series of races consisting of 4 divisions under jib and main only. There are 4 series in one season  – Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring. A very popular event during the week that keeps on rolling on month to month all year round.

Winners Board

Division Boat
Division 1 SLIPPERY WHEN WET, Paul Harry
Division 2 MAVERICK, Ted Heysed
Division 3 TALISMAN, Bob Harrap
H28 SWIFTSURE SAGA, Bill Richards

Upcoming Races

Race Date Start
Winter Series R1 28 July 1440
Winter Series R2* 04 August 1440
Winter Series R3 11 August 1440
Winter Series R4 18 August 1440
Winter Series R5 25 August 1440
Winter Series R6* 01 September 1440
Winter Series R7 08 September 1440
Winter Series R8 15 September 1440
Winter Series R9 22 September 1440

* Division 3 Pursuit Race

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Held on selected Sundays during the winter months, this series is often used as an opportunity for training in preparation for the summer season. Consisting of three divisions, with Spacesailer 27s combined with Division 2 and H28s combined with Division 3. Racing on Club Courses with spinnakers. End of series prizes this year will be generously supplied by our new Frostbite Sponsor,  The Good Grocer.

Series Leader Board

Division Boat
Division 1 PROBLEM CHILD, Glenn Thomas
Division 2 SIDEWALK CAFE, Denise Bradley
Division 3 COMMOTION, Martyn Compton

Upcoming Races

Race Date Start
8 Sunday 01 Aug 1400
9 Sunday 15 Aug 1400
10 Sunday 29 Aug FINAL 1400
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This season sees a change to the program with the introduction of the Off the Beach Winter Series. Dates for invited classes are available. Notice of Race and online registration to follow.

Winter Series Schedule

Date Classes Start
Sun 23 May Lasers, Optimist, 29er, Open Skiff, Wasp, Moth 1300
Sun 13 Jun 125, Flying Fifteen, Pelican, Windsurfer LT, Bic Techno 1300
Sun 27 Jun Lasers, Optimist, 29er, Open Skiff, Wasp, Moth 1300
Sun 25 Jul 125, Flying Fifteen, Pelican, Windsurfer LT, Bic Techno 1300
Sun 08 Aug Lasers, Optimist, 29er, Open Skiff, Wasp, Moth 1300
Sun 22 Aug 125, Flying Fifteen, Pelican, Windsurfer LT, Bic Techno 1300


There is a regular group of Members who meet each Friday afternoon at 3pm on the Western Hardstand for a couple of hours of intense racing and camaraderie.

Visitors are warmly welcomed to sit and watch or even give it a go. You only need to ask.

To register your Dragon Flite 95 (DF95) yacht for racing, simply use the entry button below and select the Singlehanded classes section.

Championship Leader Board

Place Skipper
1st Mark Sherburn
2nd Kevin Fulwood
3rd Brian De Vries

Upcoming Races

Event Date Time
Winter Series 30 July 1500
Club Championship 06 Aug 1500
Winter Series 13 Aug 1500
Winter Series 20 Aug 1500
Event Details
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Skippers, please note that your Equipment Audit Forms have now expired as of June 30. To be eligible to compete in the new season starting from Opening Day on Oct 3, a new Equipment Form must be submitted online. Most, if not all Skippers have had their previous Audit form submitted online via YachtSafe already, so it should be relatively easy to resubmit a new form in time for your first race of the new season and the good news is that you can view your previous form in Past Audits on your YachtSafe dashboard.

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The ability to replay club fleet races is now available. Try the free Yacht Bot tracking software yourself. It can be downloaded and installed on your smartphone or tablet via an App. If you interested and don’t mind taking your electronic device with you on the water, please let us know. Past races can be viewed using the button below.

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An Australian Sailing (AS) Number is your unique identifier in the sport of Sailing in Australia that recognises you as a member of an affiliated club. Once you are registered in the system, you are generated:

–    An Australian Sailing number
–    A system username
–    An online profile

Click here to find your AS number.


Your mySailor profile allows you to view and manage the information Australian Sailing has about you, including;

Basic details – name, DOB, gender
Contact details – email, mobile number, address
Membership history
Course history
Qualification history
Invoices – course fees, instructor renewal fees, event registration fees

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Keep up to date with all the notifications issued by the Department of Transport for the Swan and Canning Rivers.

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