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.


Register for a Free Sail Pass

A Sail Pass allows you to bring a guest to the club for a day to sail, crew, paddle. The sail pass gives your guest the right to use the club and facilites and gives them on-water insurance.

A non member can register for a free pass 4 times per season.All guests must complete registration before going out on the water.

click here to REGISTER FOR PASS

Christmas Party 2018

ITS PARTY TIME

Sat 15th Dec we are doing a fun  “Christmas Card” race
Race starts 11am – 12.30pm
11.00am Race
1.30pm Santa Arrives
2.00pm BBQ & Drinks

If you are on duty please report to race officer by 10am

New Committee Voted In

Thank you to all who attended last nights AGM and to all who submitted Proxy Votes

The New committee voted in is

Ross Lloyd – Commodore
Chris Miller – Vice Commodore
Miles Millward – Rear Commodore
David Wilkinson – Secretary
Rob Anderson – Treasurer
General Members : Helen Whiston, Dan Osinga, Freek Weetzels, Adrian Rowe and Martin Grant

Club Captain and Storage Officer – Croften Dawson

Congratulations to all and good luck with the forthcoming season

What to do when you are rostered for duty

What to do when you are rostered for duty

All  Senior  Members are expected to do race management duty  each sailing season on typically two occasions per season.  Your allocations are notified to your email address via the ‘Dutyman’ software.

When a date does not suit you it is your responsibility to use Dutyman to seek a swap with another member for a like duty.

You score 2 race points for each race you miss while on duty. If you have boat storage you receive 2 storage points for each duty day attended. Non-attendance will score you penalty points, and be strongly frowned upon by those that have to cover for you, and the sailors who expect well organised and safe racing that day. Continue reading