Australian Schools Team Racing Championships Four Tasmanian teams are currently competing at the Australian Schools Team Racing Championships in Queensland. Keep up to date via the RQYS website.
YT Annual Awards and Hall of Fame induction The 2015 YT Annual Awards and Hall of Fame induction was held on Sunday 28th June at DSS. About 70 people attended to recognise excellence in sailing pursuits both on an...
Working With Children Checks The Registration to Work with Vulnerable People Act 2013 (the Act) has now come into effect. This act requires people who work closely with children in certain activitie...
2015 Tasmanian Schools Regatta The Tasmanian Schools Regatta was held on the 11/12 April at Deviot Sailing Club. Congratulations to Launceston Church Grammar School for taking out the overall teams tr...

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Hansa Nationals Wrap Up

The 2015 Australian Hansa Class Championships has wound up at Derwent Sailing Squadron.
Competitors in the four divisions – Hansa 2.3, 303 singles and doubles and Liberty, completed 8 races across the Easter break in mainly light winds.
Congratulations to Chris Symonds, Neal Rodwell, Bob Schahinger and Allister Peek for taking out national titles in their divisions.

Friends School winners at Tasmanian Schools Team Racing Championships

Congratulations to the Friends School who won the 2015 Tasmanian Schools Team Racing Championships.

Yachting Tasmania's new EO/Development Manager

Yachting Tasmania is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Richard McMinn as our new EO/Development Manager. Richard will commence the position on Monday the 16th of March.

MyClub and MyClass Access

With the implementation of the new Fox Sports Pulse System, clubs and class associations can gain access to MyClub and MyClass through an online access form.

Snapshot of Yachting Tasmania Services

Have you ever wondered what services Yachting Tasmania offers?

Does your club have a Member Protection Information Officer?

Play By The Rules - Making sport safe, inclusive and fair.

Club members can undertake free training through Play By The Rules in order to become certified as a Member Protection Information Officer; an imperative part of any sporting organisation.

Useful links for safety and risk management

The relevant rules and safety notices that we suggest clubs use as a guide when undertaking risk assessments, event management and operating procedures within your club.
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