Winter Power Boat Training


All members are welcome to our 6 Saturdays of improving our skills in all area’s of powerboat handling.

The course will be led by Mark Foster with five experienced team leaders assisting.

We will be using both our club Hardsides and two ducks.

The training will be held on the following Saturdays starting at 9.00am with a 1.00pm finish.

Saturday 27th of July

     “            3rd of August.

     “            17 and 24th of August.

     “            7th and 14th of September.

The first two sessions will focus on how to drive a Powerboat, in all conditions.

Meeting Notice – ESC HYGM March 22 at 7:00 pm

All members are invited to attend our half yearly meeting to inform members on how the club is going mid-way through the season, and it’s future direction.

The committee has established a strategy and plan for the club’s future, incorporating the member feedback provided in last year’s questionnaire.

The meeting will also include a Q&A session with the General Committee on general club topics.

The meeting is expected to take 1-1/2 hours, and the bar will be open.

The National Theatre St Kilda and CLOC musical theatre company are performing ‘Kinky Boots’ for a very limited run of two weeks starting May 17th. Kinky boots is a marvellous movie, the music and lyrics for the musical adaptation are by Cyndi Lauper.

Cloc’s two annual performances are unfailingly professional. Previous shows include Wicked, Jeckyll and Hyde, Les Miserables, Jesus Christ superstar to name just a few. As a volunteer for the group (front of house ushering duties) I have secured a group booking of tickets at a discounted price, $48 each, for a 2pm matinee performance on Sunday 19th May. Even at this early stage ticket availability was very limited. Any ESC members are invited to come on 19th May,  first in best dressed as far as ticket allocation goes. 

Early bird tickets are still available online from for anyone who can’t make this date. 

If you would like a discounted ticket for what is going to be a very enjoyable performance, please contact Helen Whiston on 0433965602 or email

Sail Pass Information Page

The overwhelming positive reaction to the introduction of Sail Pass has shown us that our members understand the importance of being a responsible, proactive club.  SailPass is a quick and easy way for your guests to secure a temporary ESC membership, thereby allowing them to participate in on-water activities.

SailPass is primarily for the safety and welfare of your guest.  The registration process for your guest ensures we have adequate information to provide the correct response if an emergency was to occur.  SailPass also satisfies a number of compliance requirements for the Club, including Australian Sailing Racing Rules and insurance requirements.

To help you decide if you need to complete a SailPass or not, here is a short reminder:

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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


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