Category Archives: Sailing

Sailing Coach – Lauritz Walsoe

As members will know our visiting sailing coach, Lauritz Walsoe from the Royal Danish Yacht Club, has now returned home following his 8 month stay in Durban as part of the International Council of Yacht Clubs youth exchange program. We were indeed privileged to enjoy hosting Lauritz and we are very grateful to him for […]

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Wednesday Night Report

Ahoy sailors   Once again we had good sailing conditions last Wednesday, with some tight tacking between several boats and a very near miss with the committee boat.  Luckily no damage to man or boats were incurred.  Several sailors did not hear our sound signals – please be assured that we gave them.  Herewith results […]

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Wednesday Night Report and CANSA Update.

Ahoy Sailors  First of all, thank you to all the yachties for being on the water 21st Feb.  wind was light but we managed a race in giving the A div 2 laps and shortening course for the B div, ensuring everyone finished in good time.   Brad Rayson (Flyer) sponsored two prizes, Rob Samways […]

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RNYC Wednesday Night Racing Results – 21 Feb 2018

 A Division Rank Name Base List Elapsed Corrected 1 Running with Scissors 0.928 1:09:01 1:04:03 2 Zing 0.989 1:07:40 1:06:55 3 Flyer 0.921 1:18:35 1:12:23 4 Therapy 1.013 1:11:47 1:12:43 5 Lets Boogie 0.911 1:20:12 1:13:04 6 Southern Storm 1.144 1:07:20 1:17:02 7 Argo 1.163 1:06:37 1:17:29 8 Tequila Sunrise 0.999 1:17:40 1:17:35 9 ZAP […]

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Barry Cull’s visit to RMYS

Senior member Mr Barry Cull recently travelled to Australia to visit family and while in Melbourne he took the time to visit the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron. The Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron is a fellow member of the International Council of Yacht Clubs (ICoYC) and we enjoy reciprocal privileges when visiting. Although the weather was […]

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