Tasmanian ‘accidental champions' in Flying 11s
Without downgrading their brilliant performance, one might call RYCT Off-the-Beach sailors Will Wallis and Lara Racape ‘accidental champions’ after their victory in the Flying 11 class at the Yachting NSW youth sailing championships sailed over the weekend on Sydney’s Botany Bay.
Will Wallis and his crew Lara Racape on Sydney's Botany Bay at the weekend. Photo Robin Evans.
Tas Flying 11 crew’s six straight wins
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania Off-the-Beach sailors William Wallis and Lara Recape have now scored a remarkable six straight wins in Flying 11 class at the Yachting NSW Youth Sailing Championships on Botany Bay.
Tasmanians Finlay Crisp and Sam King contesting the 29er class at the NSW youth sailing championships on Sydney's Botany Bay today, Photo Robin Evans.
OTB sailors head Flying 11s in Sydney
Two Flying 11 crews from the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania head the leader board after day one of the New South Wales Youth Championships being sailed out of the Georges River Sailing Club on Botany Bay.
Start of the Flying 11 fleet on day one of the NSW youth championships. Photo Robin Evans.
Exciting ‘Metre Series’ added to Twilights
An exciting new sailing competition, the Metre Series, using the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania’s new fleet of Elliott 6 sports boats, will be held on Hobart’s River Derwent this summer as part of Thursday evening twilight racing.
Two Elliott 6s racing boat for boat on the Derwent. Photo 42South Media,.