Voodoo Chile in command at Farr 40 nationals
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania member Andrew Hunn and his mostly Tasmanian crew today sailed Voodoo Chile into a commanding position at the end of day two of the Australian championship for the Farr 40 high performance keelboat class.
Voodoo Chile racing on Sydney Harbour today, Photo Pete Harmsen.
Combined Clubs Prize Giving 2015
The official prize giving for the Combined Clubs Harbour & Long Race Series is on Friday 10th of April at 6.30pm for a 7pm start and it is $40 per person including a two course meal.
Please call RYCT reception on 6223 4599 to book or for further information.
Tassie win in Farr 40 NSW championship
Voodoo Chile is favourite to become the first Tasmanian yacht to win a national championship in the prestigious Farr 40 high performance keelboat class following a commanding victory yesterday in the NSW state championship on Sydney Harbour.
Andrew Hunn at the helm of Voodoo Chile on Sydney Harbour yesterday. Photo Pete Harmsen.
Host Plus Executive’s double in Combined Harbour Series
A corrected time win by just 23 seconds in yesterday’s final race of the Combined Club’s Group 1 Harbour Series on Hobart’s River Derwent gave Jeff Cordell’s Mumm 36 Host Plus Executive an overall PHS category season victory by 1.5 points from Stephen Boyes’ Farr 40 Wired.
Jeff Cordell's Host Plus Executive won the Group 1 pennants under PHS and IRC and finished third on AMS. Photo Peter Campbell.