2018 Cronulla J24 Winter Championships

Results

Final entry list below:

  1. Slippery AUS1646 – Mick Reynolds
  2. Jargon   AUS1642 – John Zagame
  3. Vertigo   AUS4436 – Clinton Hood
  4. Fun.       AUS2634 – Jared Macquart
  5. Tinto.    AUS5386 – Steve Wright
  6. Stamped Urgent   AUS4433 – David Mckay
  7. Ace   AUS4801 – David West
  8. Wildfire   AUS5058 – Janette Syme
  9. Pinot   AUS4430 – Marc Van Dinther
  10. WoodDuck   AUS4791 – Bryce Edwards
  11. Kaotic/Hyperactive   AUS5246 – Kirsty Harris
  12. Innamincka   AUS4793 – John Crawford
  13. Jagged Edge AUS4439 – Greg Paterson
  14. Sailmates AUS095 – Steve Arnold

Follow all the action via the J24SSF Facebook page and the Event Website here

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Cronulla J24 Winter Championships – 9-10 June 2018

Bright kite on a dull day! | Doyle MacDiarmid Sails J24 NSW States 2017

Morning all,

The entry site is now alive and active, time is now to enter and commit to the best J24 Regatta to continue your preps towards the J24 Worlds in August.

Spot-A-Yacht this year have a pre-ordering option for your photos. Not only will the team of photographers give you priority attention on the day, but you’ll also save with $10 off our photo package. By pre-ordering, you can ensure they focus time and lens on your yacht and crew and provide you with the best photos.

More to come!!

 

2009 Asia Pacific Winter Championships – Update

The Asia – Pacific Regatta has been endorsed by the International committee and the winner will now have automatic qualification to the Worlds in 2010.

The response to the Regatta has been staggering , Despite securing 7 loan boats we still have more teams wanting a boat to compete in the Regatta. The finishing touches are being made to the NOR and this and the entry form will be released in several days.

We expect 20 plus entries and the figure is still growing. We have now secured billetting for 4 teams and working on billets for 2 more overseas teams.

In keeping with Continental Regattas there will be an old boats Perpetual trohpy.

See you all in June

2009 Victorian State Championships

The Vic states will be held April 18-19 at SYC.

  • 4 races on Saturday, 2 on Sunday
  • BBQ on Saturday night, Prizes and drinks on Sunday afternoon
  • Billeting available for interstate competitors
  • Heaps of parking

Contact Simon on 0413 870 046 for more information. NOR to come.

Vic States Flyer

2009 Asia Pacific Winter Championships – Latest News

Regatta Website : http://www.cycsa.com.au/ANC/index.html

The Asia – Pacific Winter Championships is the first J24 regatta on the Asian circuit with the next Regatta probably in Singapore in February. Our region is one of the last in the world to establish its own Continental Championship and Asia offers an exciting opportunity to sail at international level for little outlay.

There now look like being in excess of 20 entries with the hosts running out of loan boats and still trying to secure more billets. The standard of competition will be the best for many years in a J24 Australian held regatta .

Browse around the Regatta website for all the information and find out who has indicated they are coming in the competitors lisst.

Notice of Race to be released prior to Easter. Those who enter first will be allocated berths close to the clubhouse.

2010 Australian Championships

Next years Nationals are coming to Melbourne, to be hosted by the Sandringham Yacht Club. Melbourne is famous for it’s great racing, great restaurants and will soon be well known for the newest clubhouse in Australia, all the more reason to come to Melbourne in January