30th March news
2022 Winter Series notes 30th March 2022
A brave new world of classic yachting
News 28th March
A Nesting Pram Dinghy for Akala
Received news from David McNeice of Akala. Launching of a his home built Covid-19 project.
CYAA congratulates these members
Ruth Plummer Grand Parade Trophy Best looking boat ACROSPIRE III Col Anderson.
Lin Larry Pardy Concours dÉlegance under 30 Ft. SIROCCO Charlie Salter.
Geelong Connected communities Corio Bay race for Tumlarens SIROCCO Charlie Salter.
Cayzer Boats Concours dÉlegance of Power Boats MARGARET PEARL Jim Woods.
Vic Sail Geeloing Passage Race ASTRUD Rob Pullin
Special mention for Phillip Rhodes designs FAIR WINDS Mark Chew SCIMITAR Damian Purcell.
Geelong Wooden Boat Festival Passage Race Sailing Instructions
Link to SWS Cup Regatta story by Charlie Salter, skipper of the Tumlaren Sirocco. Best performing Tumlaren at the CYAA (Vic) 2021/.2022 Cup Regatta.
21st Feb 2022
Click HERE for Cup Regatta race results and series score
Congratulations to Baranne and her skipper Pete Jerabeck for taking out the Col Bandy trophy for best performing boat of the 2021/2022 Cup Regatta.
The Tony Blake trophy for the best performing boat of our Summer and winter series and the Cup Regatta went to Boambillee
Cup Regatta Race 4 start
2021/2022 Cup Regatta
A light wind start for Race 3 start. The 10:00am start saw Seabird with Cam smith on the move well across the line to fall into a no wind hole. Martina and Akala had start line approach problems. Cyan made a dramatic appearance to the race committee boat as she crossed the start line. Best pursuit start went to Avian and Ettrick. Kingurra start was at the pin end by a smidgon. Acrospire III had all down on the lee side to start her fleet chase.
First round the Race 3 topmark is Pastime II with Acrospire III in hot pursuit followed by Mercedes III and Boambillee
Camper and Nicholsons Feb 2022 Archive
Yachting in Wartime and the Shamrocks
Our Summer Series on Port Phillip Race 5 story with pics will arrive shortly.
Meanwhile our Cup Regatta activity is hotting up.
Latest entrant LUPA WYLO from Geelong
Cup Regatta racing is all for 19th and 20th February 2022.
2021/2022 Summer Series Race 5 @ Hobsons Bay Yacht Club.
Link to Race 5 QR Codes
Race 5 Sailing Instructions plus Race 5 entries and allocated handicaps now available.
Race 5 news and notes dated 4th February are here
News items 31st January 2022
Race 4 @RMYS Results plus Race 5 @ HBYC 6th Feb. Entries and allocated handicaps now posted. Go to Top Yacht Index of CYAA racing events
Congratulations to Jim Hutchinson with his crew of Monica Jones and Janet Wilks for their non stop concentration to bring dingo home for the Race 4 best on corrected time. Brilliant kite launch at RMYS Mark B was noted by the race committee.
27th Jan news
2021/2022 Cup Regatta Sailing Instructions and course descriptions now released. A printed copy and a division flag will be passed to entrants prior to start of Cup Regatta racing.
Dual page flipbook version
Click on the link to organise your
2021/2022 Cup Regatta entry.
Click link to view CYAA (Vic) Cup Regatta Entries and Series results on Top Yacht at 25th Jan 2022.
2021/2022 Cup Regatta Racing Schedule Jan 25 2022
A short classic yacht voyage story.
Akala from St. Kilda to Flinders & return 15th Jan 2022
CYAA News 17th Jan 2022
2021/2022 Summer Series. Race 4 30th January
Start time 10:30am at Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron.
2021/2022 Cup Regatta scheduled for 19th to 20th February 2022
Cup Regatta Entry form here.
Use one of these four entry options.
1. Full entry payment, $100 by EFT. No entry form submission required. Payment by EFT is agreement to comply with conditions of entry.
2. Individual race entry, $25.00 per race by EFT, email entry form to CYAA show race number(s) entered.
3. Entry fee waiver. entry form and email to CYAA indicating a full or individual race entry with race number.
4. Full or individual race entry payment by credit card, Complete and email entry form.
CYAA News 26th December
From our friends at the Paynesville Maritime Museum we have the provenance story on the Gippsland Lakes steamer Lady Harriet and her attendant barge Tanjil.
Click here for the Mossiface today story
News at 21st December 2021
15th December 2021
Couta Boat Association coffee table book
The Tradition lives On – A Register of the Historic Couta Boats
Click on this link for a glimpse of the books contents, its story and how to purchase a copy.
12th December news
2021/2022 Summer Series on Port Phillip
Link to Summer Series Race 2 report
5th December 2021
Race Three Results. First home congratulations go to Acrospire III with skipper Col Anderson and his crew led by Tony Hoppe.
Another brilliant day of classic yacht racing on Port Phillip.
Click here to view news from 1st December 2021 to 1st March 2022
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