Schools Regatta 2014

by Clare Cromarty
Friends School take out the 2014 Tasmanian Schools Regattamore

Hutchins crowned Tasmanian Schools Team Racing Champions

by Clare Cromarty
Hutchins School edges out Friends in Tasmanian Schools Team Racing Championshipmore

Tasmanian Schools Team Racing Championship Results

by Clare Cromarty
Link to TSTRC Results 2014more

Officiating - What's happening in 2014

by Greg Rowlings
People often ask..."Can you run one of these for us"...well, we would like to cater for a region rather than a club, so by all means...contact the YT office and we shall place your name on a register for the first course that happens in your area!! For more information on the officiating pathway, so to the Sailing Education part of our website.more

High Performance Program - Helping our Future Generations!!

Yachting Tasmania is seeking assistance from the broader sailing community,and in particular, the assistance of individuals with a passion and commitment to supporting sailing and high performance sport. Through the vehicle of the Australian Sports Foundation both individuals and businesses can make donations tax-deductible.
Please help our future sailing champions anmake a donation today.more

2014 Tasmanian Yardstick Regatta Results

by Clare Cromarty
The 2014 Tasmanian Yardstick Regatta was held on Monday 10th Feb in conjunction with the Royal Hobart Regatta. Division 2 was taken out by Max Cottier and William Wallis in their Flying 11 "Hard Drive", with the RYCT team of Flying 11s also taking out the teams trophy. Division 3 was won by KBSC's Jenny Graney in her mirror "Carpe Diem".more

Historic yacht Gypsy

by Clare Cromarty
Gypsy is a huon pine gaff rigged yawl, built in 1914more
Discover Sailing Launch

Launch of Discover Sailing

Craig Heydon, Monday, 22 October 2012 London 2012 gold medallists Malcolm Page and Liesl Tesch have joined Federal Sports Minister, the Honmore
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