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Good luck to talented RYCT member Sam King in the upcoming 2022 ICLA 7 (Laser Standard) Men's World Championship to be conducted at Riviera Nayarit, Mexico from 21 - 28 May. There are 127 entries from 45 countries making this one of the most competitive championships of the year. You can follow Sam's progress and the other five Aussies at this link :- 2022ilca7men.ilca-worlds.org/# Fast sailing Sam !!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Good luck to talented RYCT member Sam King in the upcoming 2022 ICLA 7 (Laser Standard) Mens World Championship to be conducted at Riviera Nayarit, Mexico from 21 - 28 May. There are 127 entries from 45 countries  making this one of the most competitive championships of the year. You can follow Sams progress and the other five Aussies at this link :- https://2022ilca7men.ilca-worlds.org/# Fast sailing Sam !!!!!

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Good luck Sam!

Not sure about that date, Jammy certainly went to the worlds but it may have been after he finished sailing with me on Lorraine, he went back to lasers then. I think that may have been in 1981

Good luck Sam!

Is he the first Tasmanian to go overseas for the full rig laser worlds since the legendary David “Jammy” Jones… in Brazil in around 1974??

Go Sam go...all the best ⛵👍

All the best Sam, enjoy the sailing

Thanks everyone!!

All the best Sam ✌️

Go get ‘em Sam

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A special night for a stalwart of the Club, Colin Pearce and young off the beach sailors at the naming of the new training and coaching RIB that carries his name. The purchase of the new 4.6m Highfield RIB was made possible by generous funding from Club members and a grant from the Tasmanian Government under the Sport & Recreation program, represented tonight by the Hon Nic Street Liberal member for Franklin and Minister for Sport & Recreation . ... See MoreSee Less

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So good. Great to see Colin recognised this way

Well deserved Colin . Congrats

Congratulations legend Col. Recognition for your continued outstanding contribution not only to our young members but the club overall.

Great recognition, congratulations Colin

Fabulous! What an honour. Congratulations Col Pearce

Well deserved congratulations Col

Great job Col !

Well done Colin

Well done Col. Thoroughly deserved.

Congratulations Col.

This is a very cool achievement Colin. Congratulations from me and Killa 😀

Congratulations Colin

Congratulations Col Pearce xx

Nice work Col, congrats.

Congratulations Colin! Very well deserved.

Well deserved. Congratulations Colin!

So well deserved. Congratulations Colin.

Congratulations

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Some say the 'best roast in town'.. well, we let you be the judge of that.

What we can say is that we will have lamb and pork tomorrow - as always carved by our chefs at the buffet.

Bookings: (03) 6223 4599
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Some say the best roast in town.. well, we let you be the judge of that. 

What we can say is that we will have lamb and pork tomorrow - as always carved by our chefs at the buffet. 

Bookings: (03) 6223 4599

RYCT PRIZE NIGHT 2022
An enthusiastic gathering of RYCT members, guests, family and friends enjoyed an extremely convivial evening celebrating the culmination of the 2021-22 sailing season and demonstrating the strong bond that exists amongst the sailing fraternity in Hobart.
Well done to all competitors and award recipients.
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5 days ago

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Great achievers, congratulations and well done!

Congratulations to Captain Peter Martin for a well deserved nomination and announcement as a finalist for the 'Best Practice in Volunteer Management Award' in this years Volunteering Tasmania Awards.

This nomination recognises Peter's significant role as the RYCT Race Liaison Centre Volunteer Coordinator for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.

The Race Liaison Centre is a pivotal component in our role as Finishing Partner for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race and part of our broader volunteer effort across the event ensuring the smooth, welcoming and enjoyable conduct of the race.

Award winners will be announced this Friday.
Good luck Peter!Introducing the finalists for the Best Practice in Volunteer Management Award: Leanne Barton, Shaun Brooks and Peter Martin.
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Leanne manages the large team of volunteers who help run the Specialist Palliative Care North service, coordinating them to assist with community care, transport, leading the Walking through Grief group and other forms of support for patients and their families. Thanks to Leanne’s passion and enthusiasm, volunteers are made to feel like vital members of the team and they know that their work is essential in helping others in our community.

Shaun has been a committed member of the Search and Rescue Team - Southern Region for more than 12 years, and unit manager for the past six years. Despite having a busy career and a young family, Shaun is fully committed to running the unit in the most efficient manner, ensuring the team are on optimum standby at any time, as well as taking on administration tasks. Shaun’s leadership skills are first class – with his strong, calm and humble demeaner, he has the ability to instil confidence and comfort to the team.

Peter holds the demanding role of volunteer coordinator for the Race Liaison Centre during the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. Each year he directs and manages 50 volunteers, ensuring the up to 175 competing yachts and their crews receive a smooth welcome upon their arrival in Hobart. Peter’s unwavering confidence that anything is possible, empowers his team and he shows them the importance of working hard, while having fun at the same time.

Huge congrats Leanne, Shaun and Peter!! 😃

You can find out more about the finalists for the volunteer awards here:
www.volunteeringtas.org.au/2022-tasmanian-volunteer-awards/

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Congratulations to Captain Peter Martin for a well deserved nomination and announcement as a finalist for the Best Practice in Volunteer Management Award in this years Volunteering Tasmania Awards.

This nomination recognises Peters significant role as the RYCT Race Liaison Centre Volunteer Coordinator for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.  

The Race Liaison Centre is a pivotal component in our role as Finishing Partner for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race and part of our broader volunteer effort across the event ensuring the smooth, welcoming and enjoyable conduct of the race.

Award winners will be announced this Friday.
Good luck Peter!

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Congratulations Peter, on your nomination and leadership to our yachts’ people, especially as a fellow member of the Australian College of Educators’ Vic/Tas Committee. Cheers Dr Jill Abell

Congratulations Peter! A well deserved nomination indeed.

Having witnessed him grow his volunteer group from a very small team to now over 50 dedicated, enthusiastic, returning each year, volunteers reinforces the positive leadership attributes he has brought to the role over the 12yrs

Well done Peter Kath and Rod😇

Di Dianne Vickers Kate Fennell Jo Boylan Helen Jones Michelle Milgate Megan Rose Josh J-DMartin Jess Martin Ann Druett

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