159th Squadron Annual Prize Giving

The Carabella Room and the Neutral Bay Verandah were humming with anticipation on Friday 28 May as sailors awaited the presentation of our Club’s finest silverware to mark the end…

Strong Winter winds but no rain for race 5

Tony Coleman writes, ‘The forecast for Saturday 29 May was for strong winter winds that fore-bode the possibility of an abandonment of racing. Nevertheless, the winds moderated somewhat from the strength forecast…

A pleasure to be on the water for Winter race 4

Dennis Galvin, skipper of Crackerjack writes, ‘It was a welcome surprise to win today’s race because light wind is not our forte as we don’t have a large overlapping headsail.…

470s: one step closer to Tokyo

Congratulations RSYS Member Will Ryan and his team mate Mat Belcher on finishing in 4th place at the 2021 470 European Championship. The regatta , held in Vilamoura, Portugal, was…

Thank you to RSYS Volunteers

To mark National Volunteers Week 2021 this week, we would like to say thank you to all the volunteers at RSYS that give up their time to help support sailing at…

RSYS Classic Car & Boat Show

Feast your eyes on this 1935 Armstrong  Siddeley in Egyptian Blue. She sports a six cylinder five litre engine constructed of hiduminium alloy, as are most of the body panels.…

Annual Cellar sale underway!

There has been an (online) stampede to collect some fantastic value wines from our great winter sale. If you need to stock up your Cellar for winter or want to…

Aiming high in 49ers

Over the last 12 months, RSYS Members Max Paul and Jack Ferguson have been training as a part of the Australian Sailing Squad in the 49er class. Both Jack and…

Trophies galore at the Youth Sailing Prize Giving

The RSYS Youth Sailing Prize Giving was held on 8 May 2021 and concluded the 2020-2021 season. The event celebrated the achievements of our Club’s Youth sailors with a number…

Light breezes play havoc with Winter racing

Divisions 1 and 2 started on time, then the wind dropped below two knots. The remaining fleets were unable to execute normal racing manoeuvres, resulting in their race being abandoned.…
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