Top of the Bay Interclub Challenge 2016 – Sat 6 Feb

Elwood Sailing Club is once again participating in the Top of the Bay Interclub Challenge. This year Altona Yacht Club as organising authority is hosting the event and ESC is requesting a large turn out of club members to compete.

The day starts with pre-race briefing at the AYC at 12.30pm on Saturday 6th Feb. For further details about the day view the Sailing Instructions.  Further updates will be posted (NOR and Entry Form) as they come in.

Tackers Enrolments Open Now

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Looking for a new fun challenge for your children for the weekends or summer holidays – why not enrol them into the tackers sailing courses.  Or if you have children with experience or a partner who is interested in learning to sail then enrol in “Start Sailing”

All enquires to: training@elwoodsc.com or click HERE for more information and to book

2015-16 Season Calendar

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Here is the new sailing and events calendar for Elwood Sailing Club 2015-2016 season (updated 29 Aug 2015).

The season will off with Opening Day on the Friday 2nd October – Grand Final Public Holiday.  The club will be having a spit roast and the bar is open to celebrate the new season.

ISAF Coming To Elwood

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As many of you would know Elwood SC has been asked to join the ISAF World Cup in December, which is based from RMYC.  Elwood SC has been appointed to a participate in the race management of the Vipers and Kite Boarders.  This is a brilliant opportunity for Elwood Club Members to volunteer on the water.  Experience is not necessary as you will be taught on the water – however, those with experience are greatly appreciated.  ISAF will also feed you during the racing and provide invites to their social activities – which is based around St Kilda. Continue reading

F18 Worlds – Kiel, Germany

F18sESC sailors and 2015 Victorian F18 champions Chris Boag & Tom Salt are currently competing in the F18 World Championships being held in Kiel, Germany. F18 action

They are in good company, competing with fellow Australians Glenn Ashby & Brett Goodall and over 160 other boats. You can follow their progress on the official website or facebook.

Let’s hope they also bring back some of the latest 2 handed cat sailing techniques!