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Australian eSailing National Challenge

Sailors all around the country will soon be competing to be recognised as the newest national champion, with Australian Sailing launching the 2020 Australian eSailing National Challenge.  Throughout April and May of this year, members of Australian Sailing affiliated clubs will be competing in a series of virtual regattas to be crowned the inaugural Australian eSailing National Champion. 

Here’s how it will work:

Round 1: Club Championships

Clubs around Australia will be invited to host their own Virtual Regatta club championships, with one club champion proceeding to the next stage of the challenge. Club champions must be decided by Monday 18 May.

MHYC Selection Series

MHYC’s selection process is as follows:

At the conclusion of Round 3 of the Helly Hansen Autumn eSailing Series, the best placed competitors in the each of the Saturday, Wednesday and Thursday Series will progress to a Selection Series.  The target entry numbers for the Selection Series is twelve (12), with a maximum of fifteen (15) entries. Determination of entries is at the absolute discretion of the MHYC Race Committee. 

The MHYC Selection Series will be conducted on Saturday 16 May, 2020, commencing at 11am.  Five races will be contested in the J-70 class.

The winner of the Selection Series will be declared the Autumn eSailing Champion and represent MHYC in the State Championships.  Should the winning competitor be unavailable to contest the State Championships, the second placed competitor will be nominated to represent MHYC in the State Championships.  The MHYC Race Committee reserves the right to substitute a competitor due to extenuating circumstances.  

Round 2: State Championships

Each club champion will then represent their club at one of the Australian Sailing eSailing State Championships across the weekend of 22-24 May. The top two finishers at each State Championship will proceed to the next stage. Where possible, the regattas will be live streamed on the Australian Sailing State Facebook pages.

Round 3: National Challenge

On Thursday 28 May the sixteen state representatives will compete in the inaugural Zhik Australian eSailing National Challenge regatta. Here they will be joined by three members of the Australian Sailing Team, including reigning back-to-back European Laser Champion and Tokyo 2020 representative Matt Wearn. The winner of the regatta will be crowned the Zhik Australian eSailing National Challenge champion.

The regatta will be live streamed, ensuring clubs and states can cheer on their representatives live!

 

Schedule

Saturday 16 May - MHYC eSailing Selection Series

Monday 18 May - Final date for clubs to notify their champions to Australian Sailing

Friday 22-Sunday 24 May - State eSailing Championship Round Robins and Finals

Thursday 28 May - Zhik Australian eSailing National Challenge (Live Streamed)

For more information, visit https://www.sailing.org.au/events/65241/

Read more: Australian eSailing National Challenge

Adams 10 Waitangi Cup

20-21 October 2018

Notice of Race | Stat Dec for NSW TeamsStat Dec for VIC TeamsSailing Instructions | Results | Protests

Notice to Competitors 2018-10-09-1 (NOR Amendment)

Notice to Competitors 2018-10-19-1 (Boat Allocation)

Notice to Competitors 2018-10-19-2 (Amendments to Sailing Instructions)

Notice to Competitors 2018-10-19-5 (Amendment to Sailing Instructions - Change Mark)

Notice to Competitors 2018-10-21-1 (Updated Boat Allocation)

       

 

The 2018 Waitangi Cup Interstate Challenge for the Adams 10 class will be sailed at Middle Harbour Yacht Club (MHYC) over the weekend of October 20 & 21, 2018. 

A Teams Racing event governed by RRS Appendix D, the schedule of eight windward-leeward races will be umpired.  Up to 4 boats will be provided for each team, with a draw conducted for the allocation of boats.

Photos from Marg Fraser-Martin available after the event here.

Read more: Adams 10 Waitangi Cup

Daydream Sheild 2019

Notice of Race | Sailing Instructions | Entrants & Results  | Team Score Summary  

The Daydream Shield Interclub Regatta between Sydney Amateur Sailing Club and Middle Harbour Yacht Club is being hosted by MHYC on Saturday 23 February 2019.  Three two-of-a-kind fleet races will be conducted for the J24, Farr 30 and Melges 32 classes with one of each class from MHYC and SASC.

 

Read more: Daydream Sheild 2019

Sailability NSW President's Cup

April 7, 2019

Expression of Interest 

Information for MHYC Visitors | Lunch Order Form

Notice of Race & Sailing Instructions | Notice to Competitors - Amendment to Sailing Instructions

Entrants & Results

 

The 2019 Sailability NSW President's Cup will be sailed at Middle Harbour Yacht Club (MHYC) on April 7, 2019. 

Three races are scheduled with the first race at 11am.

Read more: Sailability NSW President's Cup