Meet members and sail with them on their boats. Try trapezing on an A class cat, putting the spinnaker up on a 125 or National E or see how different a Sabre is from a Laser. A great way to find out about next steps in sailing. Open to all, you are welcome to bring your friends and family.
- First Catamaran “Capricorn” Aus 04 F18
- First Monohull “Black Jack” Aus 21 Flying Dutchman
- First Team Elwood Sailing Club
- Second team Port Melbourne Yacht Club
- Third team Altona Yacht Club
Note : 10 entrants are required for a club to achieve a team result. Other clubs participating with less than 10 entrants were Albert Park Yacht Club, Albert Sailing Club, Williamstown Yacht Club and visitors from Royal Brighton Yacht Club, Black Rock Yacht Club.
It was our new Club Manager, Brett Nangle’s first week with us and I congratulate Continue reading
Elwood Sailing Club is hosting the A Class Open Lightning Championship for International A Class Catamarans on 12th and 13th of April 2014. There will be three races on each day, back to back with a target time of 40mins per race.
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Boats can be stored at the club overnight on Friday and Saturday. Contact John Pyers: 0412 343 056 for further information. We will be accepting entries by email, see Entry Form for details.
Elwood Sailing Club, as organising authority, is hosting the 2014 Top of the Bay Interclub Challenge to be held on Saturday 8 February for the following participating clubs: Continue reading
The Duty Roster for the second half of the 2013-14 season has been updated as of 7 January 2013
The free Vic Wind iPhone app has been developed by a local sailor and windsurfer to help people make safer and more informed decisions about when and where to go sailing or windsurfing, showing shows real-time wind data for Port Phillip Bay and Vic Coast, forecasts, tides, sun rise/set times and more using data from BOM.
Click on the Vic Wind logo to download from iTunes.
Meet club members and go for a sail with them on their boats. Get to try trapezing on an A class cat, putting the spinnaker up on a 125 or National E or see how different a Sabre is from a Laser. A great way to find out about next steps in sailing. Open to all, so you are welcome to bring your friends and family.
Updated club Calendar as of 6 December 2013