Elwood Sailing Club has a proud history of recreational and competitive sailing for monohulls and catamarans with easy access from Melbourne suburbs, favourable sailing through the season and fresh summer breezes for Windsurfing. Races and Training are held on Saturdays from October to Easter supported by our race & rescue patrol. We host international, national and state title events. To become a member, learn to sail, or hire the facilities for a function don't hesitate to contact us.
June 10th & 24th
July 8th & 22nd
August 5th & 19th
September 1st & 16th
12 pm start time, short fun race, no results.
More volunteers/sailors needed so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
6.30pm for 7pm Start
$45 per person includes complimentary drink
Children Under 18 $30
payments can be made into bank account:
BSB: 633 000
Elwood Sailing Club
PLEASE NOTE PRESENTATION DINNER ATTIRE IS “DRESS FORMAL”
NO WET-SUITS, SWEATSUITS OR BIRTHDAY SUITS.
Elwood Sailing Club Child Safety Standards
As you would may be aware, there are now new Child Safe Standards that need to be in place in all Victorian clubs and organisations by January 1st 2017. Elwood Sailing Club is introducing new Procedures and Policy’s around creating a Child Safe Environment and being compliant with the new legislation. Please read our Child Safe Standards provided here and on the club notice boards and newsletters. Continue reading
Elwood Sailing Club’s annual general meeting was held on August 25th, 2016.
Thanks to all members who attended.
Following the meeting the club’s new directors are:
Joseph Picone Commodore
Ross Lloyd Vice Commodore
Mike Wold Rear Commodore
Rob Anderson Treasurer
David Wilkinson Secretary
General Committee seats held by, Doug Haig, Dan Osinga, Ben Dixon, Freek Wetzel and Robert McQuade.
The meeting thanked outgoing commodore Mark Foster for his leadership and commitment to the club and also to Fay Foster for her ongoing support.
The new Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-2020 will be available for free download to IOS, Android and Kindle, and PDF for printing, in September 2016. Visit the following link for further information http://www.sailing.org.au/blue-book-online/
No need to buy a hard copy of the Blue Book, it won’t be available for purchase anyway.
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This year the 2016 ESC Presentation Night was held in the Banquet Room of the Milanos Brighton Beach Hotel, and a very enjoyable time and meal was had by all who attended.
Club Person of the year was very well deserved by Mike Wold, who was the ESC main organiser of the ISAF world championship, held at St Kilda (Royal Melbourne Yacht Club).
Junior Sailor of the Year was Clement Lambert,
Female Sailor of the Year was Elizabeth Lambert,
Veteran Sailor was Ken Robinson,
John Pyers Trophy went to Ross Lloyd,
The Bill Mac Trophy went to Dan Osinga and Craig Fingers, and
Champion of Champions was awarded to Geoff Craig and his two sons.