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.
Winter sailing is on at Elwood again this year.
Dates are first and third Saturdays of the month, except for July because of Federal Election.
4 June , 18 June
9 July, 23 July
6 August, 20 August
3 September, 17 September
Racing from 1200hr (decision to race 1100hr).
We will be using a low-key format, up to 3 races with target time 30min, simple course. No aggregate score for series, presentation at the bar on conclusion of racing each day.
Entries on the Day: Elwood Members and Associates no fee, visitors $5.00 per day.
Enquiries: Mike Wold 0404 724 502, Croften Dawson 0417 571 281
Elwood Sailing Club Presentation Night 2016 will be held on the 28 May at
Bay View Room
4 The Esplanade, Brighton
Drinks and canapes at 6.30pm for a 7.30pm sit down two course dinner.
Dress formal. The cost per head $45.
RSVP Wednesday 18th May with numbers and names attending to firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment in CASH which will be collected on entry by Daniel Osinga & Craig Finger. We look forward to seeing every member on the night.
On ANZAC Day we hosted the annual Elwood community ANZAC memorial service with the ‘Friends of Elwood RSL’.
The sun was shining and a large crowd gathered for the service on the lawn, Continue reading
Junior Green Fleet registrations have been extended until this Friday the 15th April! Be sure to register now to ensure your spot!
Please contact the training manager if you have any questions: email@example.com
The International A Class lightning Championships and Victorian Titles recently hosted by the Elwood Sailing Club attracted over fifty entrants. This included past World Champions,current Australian Champion and many State Champions which made for high quality fleet racing. Continue reading
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Green Fleet Information Evening has been postponed until Thursday the 31st March. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thursday 31st March – 1800- 1930 at Elwood Sailing Club.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions/ concerns.
The 2016 Green Fleet Winter Program at Elwood Sailing Club has been designed to reconnect the past Tackers 1 and 2 and/or Start Sailing 1 and 2 graduates and to continue sailing over the Winter Season. Get your registrations in quick as there are only 12 spots available for junior and youth participants and entries close on Friday the 1st April. For Dates and more information click here Continue reading
Two 125s left Elwood Sailing Club via a container for the National Titles in Perth. Which was a mission in itself – with a race to get the boats there on time.
Jamie Thomson took Slow Boat and Geoff, Hugh and Rufus Craig took Boarlistic. Despite the weather being extremely hot – typical WA – the regatta was extremely competitive but amazing fun. The winds were lighter than expected with some quite shifty weather. The series was successful with a win of the Open Title by Jamie Thomson and Katie Gill (Ex Elwood SC members – who now live in Perth), this was Jamie’s eighth title and Katie’s third.
We also took back a trophy for the club by winning the Family Division. Triumph by Elwood’s SC members and ex members all around
At Elwood Sailing Club we pride ourselves on being a family friendly, inclusive and active club. To further these values we welcome Kate Lathouras as the interim new training manager. Kate brings a wealth of experience from her competitive sailing background to her professional knowledge in program management and looks forward to building a platform for junior and youth sailors here at Elwood Sailing Club. Kate also works as the Communications Officer for Yachting Victoria. Please introduce yourself if you see her around the Club.
As a sailing club our racing is run by volunteers and member duty shifts which are very valuable to the club. We have great people involved and helping out.
As a sailing member completing your rostered duty is an essential component of your membership. It is important to pre-confirm your attendance using “Dutyman”, arrange a swap if necessary, and to record your attendance so that you receive average race points and boat storage points if applicable. Continue reading