Category Archives: Pacers

RNYC Pacer Team Racing Match 6

Saturday afternoon’s overcast and light wind conditions did not attract the usual number of enthusiastic Pacer sailors however Pacer 2 and Pacer 3 took to the water with Gary Price at the helm of Pacer 2 and Brad Rayson at the helm of Pacer 3. The Bridge crew on board the R B Townsend laid […]

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Pacer Team Racing – Match 5

  The popularity of Pacer Team Racing held on Saturday afternoons continues to grow with a number of new faces participating in Match 5. It is wonderful to see regular Ladies Sailing participant Cindy Trathen bringing Greg Donkin and Gordon Reid from Alkistis down as crew to join the Team Racing, also William Siddall and […]

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RNYC Younger Members Win Team Racing Match 2-1

On Saturday afternoon the Younger Members (under 30 years of age) sailed against the Senior Members in the third match of our team racing series. The afternoon proved to be highly successful once again demonstrating the reason why the team racing format is so popular in Europe and the fastest growing racing format. We are […]

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Pacer Team Racing Match 1

The Club was a hive of activity this weekend and the overcast weather was unable to dampen the vibrancy around the Clubhouse. The weekend provided a busy schedule of sailing with the first white sail Pacer Team Racing event on Saturday afternoon, on Sunday morning the larger keelboats participated in the PYC offshore race together […]

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Woman’s Day Pacer Sailing – 9th August 2016

(A future tradition in the making…) By Linda Wadsworth Tuesday the 9th of August 2016 started as a beautiful Durban winter morning – a perfect start for Women’s Day sailing at the Club.  Briefing was at 9am so lady sailors arrived for coffee, tea, breakfast or something stronger before heading to the Foredeck for some […]

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