What a blast !

J24s downwind during the nationals

The 2011 J24 Nationals are done and dusted, with ‘King of the Dusties’ only managing a 3rd this year – more bottled lube next year Sean !

In what became a shifting ballgame this year, Wallis said to me after the second day “I think we are in trouble” […]

J24 Nationals – Day 4

Day 4 was breezier than the rest of the week, with all boats carrying jibs today! Race 9 saw Sean Kirkjian come out early and take the lead, with Sean Wallis in second and Nev Wittey in third. Race 10 saw the same result, leaving no doubt that Sean Kirkjian was the first person to […]

J24 Nationals – Day 3

Day 3 started with similar conditions to the last 2 days and race 7 saw a fine downwind tustle between Sean Wallis on Lunatic Asylum and Neville Wittey on Sailpac on the last leg – with Sean Wallis just taking the honours by centimetres. Sean Kirkjian followed with third on Death Star.

Race 8 saw […]

J24 Nationals – Day 2

Day 2 started with similar wind conditions to Day 1 – flukey 15 knots easterlies, tending north for the third race of the day produced difficult helming conditions for skippers. Nev Wittey took out race 4 from Sean Kirkjian, with a convincing two and a half minute win. Robert Crawford sailing Innaminka came in a […]

J24 Nationals – Day 1

A challenging day for most of the fleet, especially interstate boats who aren’t used to the 2m swell and shifty light winds.

Race 1 was convincingly won by Nev Wittey on Sailpac who led from start to finish, closely followed by John Crawfords’ Innaminka, skippered by his nephew, Robert Crawford and third place went to […]

J24 National Championship 2011

With the first warning signal at 1155 on Monday 10 January, you can view results for the Nationals throughout the week at http://www.mhyc.com.au/files/results/2010/events/J24/series.htm. With a fleet of 16, including 3 boats from South Australia and 2 from Melbourne, watch for some hot competition on the water!

J24 National Championship -Interstate Boats and Trailors

J24 National Championship -Interstate Boats and Trailors

MHYC do not have crane facilities and RANSA have kindly agreed to the launch of our J24s for this event at cost of 50% of normal fee @ $65 per boat.

The J24 Association of NSW will meet that cost for interstate boats.


To avoid parking penalties […]